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  1. On World Social Media Day, letâs talk about how the internet has become an integral part of our lives today. Be it expressing oneâs opinion on on-going issues, sharing information to help people on a mass scale or even making ridiculous videos just for the heck of it, days without social media seem to be impossible to bear. This transformation has taken place over the past decade with people beginning to understand its true potential in the early 2010s and capitalising (some even abusing) it by 2019-2020. But before the era of digital media began to catch pace, there were certain individuals, certain members of the international cricketing fraternity who made it to Twitter well ahead of everyone else but werenât too sure of what to do once they were there. Here are the first tweets shared by international cricketers: Virat Kohli@yuvsingh09 Aiieeeeeee me too me too â Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 4, 2009 Yes, Virat Kohliâs first tweet was a clearly excited reply to Yuvraj Singh who was looking forward to a match. Anil KumbleFinally on Twitter...& on a day that am a yr older and hopefully wiser! Looking forward...cheers â Anil Kumble (@anilkumble1074) October 17, 2014 Back in 2014, when former Indian head coach Anil Kumble entered the big bad world of Twitter, he wasnât too sure of how itâd help him. A couple of years later, he would drop a bomb on the same social media platform, presenting his resignation as coach publicly, while putting Kohli under spotlight. Yuvraj SinghComing Soon !!!! â Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) July 25, 2009 You know itâs 2009 when a cricketer teases his Twitter debut MS Dhonifeels good to be connected!!!!!!!! â Mahendra Singh Dhoni (@msdhoni) September 17, 2010 If Mahendra Singh Dhoniâs Twitter handle could speak, it would sound just as humble as the former Indian skipper himself. Sachin TendulkarFinally the original SRT is on twitter n the first thing I'd like to do is wish my colleagues the best in the windies, â Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) May 4, 2010 The âgod of cricketâ made his arrival in style. âFinally the original SRT is on Twitter,â he said. In the same post, he also showed why he was Indiaâs beloved poster boy when it came to the game of cricket when he wished his team well ahead of a Windies tour. Ajinkya Rahane Am in England now..Ready to have PLAY.. â Ajinkya Rahane (@ajinkyarahane88) August 28, 2011 The deputy in-charge of Indiaâs Test team wanted to give an update to his fans. Ravichandra Ashwin I wish i cud have been in chennai to join in my hands for the protests..INDIA is surely turning it around... â Ashwin (During Covid 19)ð®ð³ (@ashwinravi99) August 20, 2011Ashwin started his Twitter innings by showing his support towards the anti-corruption movement led by Anna Hazare in 2011. Virender SehwagOpening the Twitter innings!!! Yeh mera effort hai aap se directly connect karne ka. I am excited to start sharing and tweeting.. â Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) March 19, 2010 Sehwag made a promise almost 10 years ago and has kept it till date. He continues to be one of the most active people of social media and responds to his fans regularly. Harbhajan Singh Hey, let's try this twitter thing :) â Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) August 10, 2011From trying out the âTwitter thingâ to dominating it, Harbhajan Singh has come a long way. James Faulkner@mitchmarsh235 @calferguson12 @tdpaine36 @beery19 It's a pleasure to be involved on Twitter with u boys! â James Faulkner (@JamesFaulkner44) June 15, 2011The Aussie finally made his Twitter debut after his fans kept bugging him to do so for years. He finally gave up and wrote his first tweet, sharing pleasantries with his laddies. Shakib Al Hasantysey6ului7tsdtuyfd65 â Shakib Al Hasan (@Sah75official) June 1, 2010 Uh⦠Whatcha doin there, Shakib? Dwayne Bravoa â Dwayne DJ Bravo (@DJBravo47) September 6, 2010Yeah, just the letter âaâ. Neat, DJ. Very neat. Chris GayleI'm heading to bed in 10mins!! â Chris Gayle (@henrygayle) June 8, 2009 Of course the âUniverse Bossâ wanted to announce his bedtime to the world in his first tweet. Classic! Glenn McGrathG'day everyone, first time tweeting. Thought it about time I joined the 21st century. Sitting at the airport on my way to Carnarvon, WA. â Glenn McGrath (@glennmcgrath11) March 25, 2011 The Australian bowler was getting bored, waiting for his flight on a fine March morning and decided to do something new and he picked Twitter. Andrew FlintoffNo idea what I'm meant to do on this ! Going to mexico with goughie tomorrow I'm sure he'll know . Please help ! â Andrew Flintoff (@flintoff11) September 28, 2010 Absolute openness by Freddie, here. He had no idea what Twitter was and even asked his followers to help him get a sense of things. View the full article
  2. On Wednesday, Reliance Entertainment CEO Shibasish Sarkar took to Twitter to share that Rohit Shetty's 2017 film Golmaal Again is set to become the first Hindi film to release in theatres post COVID-19. Yes, you read that right. And here is the twist, the re-release will not happen in India! It is basically set to re-release in New Zealand, which is now COVID-free, apparently. Shibasish wrote, âThe show must go on. New Zealand opened their theatres and #GolmaalAgain becomes the first Hindi film to be screened post COVID-19. Cheers to a new beginning!â The show must go on. New Zealand opened their theatres and #GolmaalAgain becomes the first Hindi film to be screened post COVID-19. Cheers to a new beginning! @ajaydevgn #RohitShetty @ArshadWarsi @kunalkemmu @shreyastalpade1 @ParineetiChopra @TusshKapoor #Tabu pic.twitter.com/tljmCUQZ7T â Shibasish Sarkar (@Shibasishsarkar) June 24, 2020 Even filmmaker Rohit Shetty shared the news on his Instagram account. He shared the version of the poster that will be released in New Zealand and wrote, âNew Zealand decides to re-release Golmaal Again in theatres making it the first Hindi film to get a re-launch post COVID. New Zealand is now COVID free and is opening its theatres on June 25 with Golmaal Again.â In the 2017 film, actors Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Kunal Kemmu, Shreyas Talpade, and Johnny Lever reprised their roles, while Parineeti Chopra, Tabu, Prakash Raj and Neil Nitin Mukesh were the latest additions. Even Parineeti shared this news on Twitter with the caption âProudâ. Proud! #GolmaalAgain https://t.co/mIqIw8HdH4 â Parineeti Chopra (@ParineetiChopra) June 24, 2020 The post garnered mixed reactions on the micro-blogging site. Here. check it out: PRAY FOR NEW ZEALAND. Second wave of another deadly virus. â Bhush (@bhushone) June 24, 2020Phir se anewala hain Covid 19 â Nirmal Choudhury (@NirmalChoudhur8) June 24, 2020New Zealand stay safe against Golmaalagain!!! â Savita (@savi25348) June 24, 2020Great â Brajesh Sharma (@Sharma_Brajesh_) June 24, 2020Newzealand wale abhi abhi Corona se nikle he beechare, Unke saath aesa mat karo. â Spidey (@indianspidey1) June 24, 2020Bad choice seriously. No one will watch another Bollywood movie after watching this â Rubeca (@DebjaniPurkayas) June 24, 2020Abhi abhi to COVID gaya udhar se, phir kyu darana unko? â MUHFAT (@woke_1234) June 24, 2020Bakwaas movie hai.. Isse accha theater bandh hi hota #Bollywood â SandeshNarayan (@SandeshWrites) June 24, 2020Arey abhi abhi toh ache dinn shuru hue wahaan, Golmaal jaise ch*tia film dikhaakar kyun mood kharab kar rahe ho unki? pic.twitter.com/PkbZhUABA5 â RK (@parodywaala) June 24, 2020Golmaal Again is the fourth instalment in Rohit Shetty's popular Golmaal series. The horror-comedy film is also available on OTT platform Prime Video. FYI, the Golmaal series took off in 2006 to much fanfare. View the full article
  3. If films could be a mirror to an individualâs take on life and become the light that guides them on their journey, film director Shoojit Sircarâs oeuvre would make for a comprehensive point of departure. More than a decade old in the industry, Shoojit Sircarâs body of work is diverse and exuberant, even as recurring tropes bind them in harmony. Life As He Sees It © BCCL Shoojit Sircarâs films may be works of âfictionâ but on closer inspection one sees them for what they are. His films are as alive as the characters you see in every frame, his locations speak volumes and even the costumes, props and get-ups are laced with metaphors that you cannot escape but draw meaning and connection from. That is how this man functions. For Shoojit Sircar, filmmaking doesnât have to be detached from life to be called a work of fiction. He incorporates active reality into his films. The idiosyncrasies and follies of human life peek at you throughout the storytelling, closely followed by hope, humour or a lesson. The Life As It Had Been © Twitter ShoojitSircar Yet, for a man so inspired by the life he lives, his own isnât out there for people to learn and draw inspiration from. So, here I am, prodding the soft-spoken, jovial man to spill the beans about his life and transition to the world of cinema in his own words. Shoojit told me that he grew up in the forests of North Bengal, where âmy childhood friends were elephants and I grew up amongst them.â His earliest memories are from the time he lived with his family in an Air Force colony in a small town bordering Bhutan, named Hasimara. Being a part of an IAF family meant frequent transfers and migrations and that became a trend for him pretty early on in life. âFrom Hasimara we shifted to Barrackpore where I studied in Kendriya Vidyalaya till class sixth. I remember the school was located bang in the middle of an airstrip at the time, and whenever old airplanes flew by and our classes would stop. We could go from one building to another only after the planes passed.â © Twitter ShoojitSircar But what Shoojit perhaps counts as his fondest memory of the place is that it introduced him to his first love. âThatâs the place where I grew up playing football and my whole upbringing was basically around it.â Living on the outskirts of Bengal for the most part, Shoojit confirms that during his growing-up years he didnât have the privilege of closely exploring mainland Bengal or the Bangali community, since by the time some level of understanding and independence came, his family shifted base to Delhi. A Life Made In Delhi, By Football, For Cinema © Twitter ShoojitSircar Recalling his first encounter with the Capital city, Shoojit said, âIt was an absolutely new place for me, it was a complete cultural shock. The language, the people...I hadnât seen so many turbaned people in my life before that point.â But slowly he adapted to this new city he came to call home and fell in love with it. âI completed my schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Andrews Ganj and then went to Shaheed Bhagat Singh college to complete my graduation in B.Com.â Though he is quick to add that âeven at that point my life was still all about football and nothing else.â School and college days flew by running around grass-covered fields, covered in dust and sweat as he spent hours chasing after a ball that would reach its goal. Upon graduating, Shoojit found himself behind a desk, playing with numbers that didnât please him in the least as opposed to the smell of fresh grass under his feet. But who knew, this dissatisfaction will guide him to a universe that would completely overturn his world. © Facebook Shoojit Sircar âAfter college, I worked for a year in Hotel Meridian as an Accounts Assistant, and it was around this time that I got introduced to the world of theatre. My basic upbringing or the mirror to the world of arts was through theatre.â It was this close encounter with theatre that changed Shoojit in many ways. âMy basic disciple in life and what I create, be it advertisements, movies or anything else inspired by theatre. I keep telling people that you should go and do theatre regardless of what profession you follow. And slowly from theatre, I transitioned into cinema.â Art, Craft & Cinema Through The Eyes Of Shoojit Sircar © Twitter ShoojitSircar Shoojit shares that his fascination with cinema started with attending film festivals at the Siri Fort Auditorium, which also exposed him to world cinema, something that was otherwise quite difficult to access in those days since most movie theatres didnât screen them. âHowever, the turning point came when these film festivals introduced me to the world of Satyajit Ray. That changed my life, and then I just got hooked.â Shoojit admits that Satyajit Rayâs films completely changed his perspective about life and taught him a ton about the craft. From there he stepped into the world of Ad films, and after some initial struggles eventually found his way to cinema before finally deciding to shift to Bombay in 2000. âEventually I made my first film Yahaan in 2005.â © Twitter ShoojitSircar When I ask him if he ever thought life would turn out this way, pat comes his reply. âI never imagined life would take such a drastic turn for me, because before theatre happened I couldnât even finish a single novel. The most reading I did was limited to the textbooks in school and college. My life otherwise only revolved around football.â Only The Half Of ItToday, this man is called a filmmaking genius who breathes life into raw human emotions and feelings and presents them on-screen styled as the unique, memorable characters we meet in his films. Still, his Instagram bio gives you the absolute truth - âFirst a footballer, then a filmmakerâ it reads. How this passionate football player chanced upon the art of filmmaking and gave the world of cinema some of its greatest gems, seems to be too much of a good coincidence. © Rising Sun Films He confesses, âI believe my observations of life have helped me in filmmaking. I never went to a film institute, I have learnt everything about the craft on my own. Because I got addicted to cinema, I started reading a lot, I began writing and watching all the good work that existed. Eventually, I started with documentaries, not with fiction.â The rest, as they say, is history and we have all been witness to the rise of this tremendous talent who keeps raising his own bar with every creation he sends our way. View the full article
  4. Kim Jong-Un is alive, guys! After weeks of speculation about his health and even rumours about his death, it turns out the dictator of North Korea is happy and healthy and back to work. People were already convinced that he's gone after news of him being hospitalized broke but apparently, it's not that easy to kill evil. He made his first public appearance after weeks yesterday as he attended the opening of a fertilizer factory. NEW: Kim Jong Un attended the opening of a fertilizer factory on May 1, in his first public appearance in weeks. - KCNA pic.twitter.com/k2c6t6nB40 â Norbert Elekes (@NorbertElekes) May 2, 2020 Look at this picture once - © Twitter It's basically him saying 'abhi hum zinda hai', in full Feroz Khan from Welcome style. © Base Industries Group His reappearance seems like something straight out of a Hindi daily soap and it's like he basically pulled a Mihir Virani and just came back from the dead. Or actually, it's also comparable to Jon Snow as well and I wouldn't be surprised if he has his own Melisandre who brought him back. © HBO There were so many jokes about how Kim Jong Un seems like the person to fake his own death to see how people would react and then take revenge on everyone who were even slightly happy about it. I hope we all stay safe. After this, I completely believe this. Only kim jong un can decide when will kim jong un die! â Krunal Jain (@krunaljain2801) May 2, 2020 What photoshop! pic.twitter.com/owi5r47GVt â Sumit (@sumitsaurabh) May 2, 2020 Oh no. Homeboy was probably just going through a tough breakup. https://t.co/StOJKWOWbZ â Mr Gallivanter (@jose_themba) May 2, 2020 Fair enough. He just went to eat panipuri in lockdown and now he is back. pic.twitter.com/gupus2SXwH â à¤à¥à¤§à¤°à¥ साहब (@Bikaner_wala) May 2, 2020 The perfect reaction. pic.twitter.com/9aoFgVfaOQ â Kishanlaal (@kishanlal111) May 2, 2020 Stay safe, everyone. Sir, these r the complete details of people who trolled you...#NorthKorea #KimJongUn pic.twitter.com/TrEan3wMEu â Ashish Dobariya (@Ashishpatel500) May 2, 2020 Definitely. Everyone thought Kim Jong Un is dead, but he is not. He is the North Korean version of Mihir Virani. â Sagar (@sagarcasm) May 2, 2020 Oops. #KimJongUn A very short story pic.twitter.com/0KQZPYQvZ6 â BROKE SINZU/NOT SPENDING (@DRealIlorinBoy) May 2, 2020 Umm. News: #KimJong is alive.#KimJongUn to world : pic.twitter.com/blKtUBAp2h â Ankit Karwasra (@_ankitkarwasra) May 2, 2020 There are just so many parallels. #KimJongUn reappearing like pic.twitter.com/HxUusodTEi â Rushanth R. (@rushanth__r) May 1, 2020 What is this edit? Return of the Kim, yes it is...#KimJongUn pic.twitter.com/vPwJzwip36 â Dr Nas (@DrNas2020) May 1, 2020 Oh no! Kim Jong Un memes return... pic.twitter.com/XWhX2NEXfe â Parth (@parthkopi) May 1, 2020 View the full article
  5. Pakistan marks its spot among the top five regulators in the entire Asia-Pacific region with a global rank of 48
  6. Traders fled from expiring contract in a frenzy as barely any buyers are willing to take delivery of oil barrels because there's simply no place
  7. Amid the nationwide lockdown owing to the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus, which came into effect from March 25 and now extended till May 3, all passenger train services and domestic and international flights have been suspended. However, as per the recent developments, two special trains are scheduled to run on April 17 and 18 for the Indian Army personnel. According to a news report in HT, citing national security reasons, the central government has given permission for the running of two special trains to be deployed for the Indian Army personnel, according to officials aware of the development. The Ministry of Home Affairs has given its nod for the running of two special trains for security forces, the officials said. âThe MHA authorities have given their nod for deploying two special trains for security forces,â HT quoted a senior official on request of anonymity. This initiative to run two military special trains is in a bid to meet the operational requirements for Northern and Eastern borders. âThese are, Bangalore - Belgaum- Secunderabad - Ambala- Jammu on April 17, and Bangalore - Belgaum- Secunderabad - Gopalpur - Howrah - NJP - Guwahati on April 18,â the official said. âThis will enable decongestion of Category A and B training establishments at Bangalore, Belgaum, Secundrabad & Gopalpur as well assist in op preparedness of active formations deployed in the borders. Only personnel due to rejoin units deployed in northern and eastern borders and have undergone mandatory Quarantine period/ found medically fit will be accommodated. Further coordination with the Ministry of Railways is in progress for planning additional trains in coming weeks.â the official further added. Hundreds of soldiers, who have finished their training at key centres such as Bengaluru, Secunderabad, Gopalpur and Belgaum, need to be moved for their deployment. âOnly personnel due to rejoin units deployed in northern and eastern borders and have undergone mandatory quarantine period/found medically fit will be accommodated. Further coordination with the Ministry of Railways is in progress for planning additional trains in coming weeks,â the official said. Owing to the current situation of nationwide lockdown, the Indian Railways is only running freight and parcel trains for an uninterrupted supply of essential goods. View the full article
  8. The group would be handed over to representatives of the Red Cross in the southern city of Kandahar
  9. 'rance, Germany and the United Kingdom confirm that Instex has successfully concluded its first transaction, facilitating the export of medical goods from Europe to Iran
  10. A pandemic is upon us and the only and most important thing people can do to stop it is just stay at home. It's that simple and it's great to see everyone who's able to stay indoors actually are. It's the bare minimum people can do to stop the spread of coronavirus. While most Indians seem to be following the protocol, there are some extra measures taken to keep people inside their homes. For example, just start re-airing a show that used to keep people glued to their TV screens even without a potentially world-ending event. Yes, because of popular demand, Ramanand Sagar's iconic show Ramayan has started airing on DD National from today, and there's so much nostalgia attached to it that people are over the moon about the recast. © Twitter To paraphrase the message, my dad was just reading aloud - "Back in the day when Ramayan aired, the roads would be empty because everyone was watching the show. Now that the roads are empty, they have started airing Ramayan again." It's like everyone has transported back in time and are once again glued to the TV to catch every episode of the legendary show. Full attendance infront of the TV @ 9am. We are re-living our childhood (I was 7 years old and my parents bought a Bush TV for me to see this show)... my kids might never understand but Iâm happy they are watching with me. #Ramayan @DDNational pic.twitter.com/pYIM7zj4wD â Shweta Shalini (@shweta_shalini) March 28, 2020Legends only. Kids watching :- hotstar Men watching :- Netflix Legends watching:- #Ramayan pic.twitter.com/SM8Tz1dgQQ â Ajay Anuragi (@Lazy_Anuragi) March 28, 2020 Hmm. DD national started retelecast of #Ramayan TRP* pic.twitter.com/kjltXsxYsf â Professor (@_Kalpesh_lohar_) March 28, 2020 Now that's an entrance. Ramayan Returns in style * Not just the first episode of Ramayan crashes the Doordarshan website due to high traffic * But also becomes the top searched in India on Google This shows the love Indians have towards Prabhu Shri Ram #Ramayan â Mahesh Vikram Hegde (@mvmeet) March 28, 2020 Great comparison. The first #Super30 batch of mankind #Ramayan pic.twitter.com/s3dy75TdNv â SOCIAL DISTAN SINGH (@mayankrai3133) March 28, 2020 Everyone is. Goosebumps ... Thankyou @PrakashJavdekar Relieving my Childhood again ï¸ #Ramayan #Doordarshan pic.twitter.com/oXpPR3MIt6 â Vineeta singh ð®ð³ (@biharigurl) March 28, 2020 So much nostalgia. Nostalgic to see the late Ashok Kumar on TV narrating the start of #Ramayan pic.twitter.com/HXkg9cXgsc â Aman Sharma (@AmanKayamHai_ET) March 28, 2020 Hmm. Happening right now #Ramayan .. It's important for all us to watch Ramayana & Mahabharata as it will offer you spiritual answers and also answers to the fascist propaganda being run by RSS-BJP in the garb of religion. Watch it, won't find any reference to Hindutva! Jai Shri Ram! pic.twitter.com/tQFGqgXXPp â Gaurav Pandhi (@GauravPandhi) March 28, 2020 Hopefully, they're practising social distancing. All indians now. #Ramayan pic.twitter.com/RWHXbhF5x6 â sonu sahani (@sarcashubh) March 28, 2020 Aww. #Ramayan *Having seen their viewers increased* Doordarshan: pic.twitter.com/raqU7QvItp â Prince Pandeyð¦ (@princepandey_) March 28, 2020 People are enjoying. Taking me back to childhood. #Ramayan and #Mahabharat on @DDNational with the entire family! This was our routine weekend plan. so glad itâs restarted, great way for kids to learn Indian Mythology. pic.twitter.com/ZFc4X0oTFl â Kajal Aggarwal (@MsKajalAggarwal) March 28, 2020 Yep. Indians from tomorrow at 9 am and 9 pm.#Ramayan pic.twitter.com/PvlSuyjDuR â CHEEKU (@Okay_Bye___) March 27, 2020 And I oop... This got to be the best meme on this #Ramayan #Mahabharat #DDNational #lockdownindia pic.twitter.com/3Kv8lFk6Jp â Neha (@itsstillneha) March 27, 2020 View the full article
  11. According to GB government spokesperson Faizullah Faraq, the deceased was a 90-year-old man with no travel history
  12. GB chief minister's media coordinator says provincial spokesperson broke the news without verifying it
  13. Remember that girl who sold nudes online and raised money for the Australian fires? Well, looks like another hero is rising now amid the coronavirus outbreak. Apparently, Russian porn star Lola Taylor has said that she'll have *** with the first scientist to come up with a cure for coronavirus and honestly, that could work as a huge motivating factor. While her claims are not yet confirmed as I could not, for the life of me, find her official Instagram account, but at a time like this, I wouldn't be surprised if it's true. View this post on InstagramÐÑÑÑ Ð¶ÐµÐ»Ð°ÑÑие даÑÑ Ð¼Ð½Ðµ в ÑоÑик? ð #лÑбовÑбÑÑÑева #лолаÑÐµÐ¹Ð»Ð¾Ñ #девÑÑка #lolataylor #girls #moscow #spb #instagramA post shared by (@thelolataylor)It's a pandemic and people have been self-quarantined for a few days now. Anyone would get stir-crazy when they're confined to their houses for long periods of times. In the video, she allegedly complained about how she canât leave her residence or she may get busted for violating the âquarantineâ rules, and no wonder she wants the cure as soon as possible. She said, "People are suffering, you see." View this post on Instagram#лÑбовÑбÑÑÑева #lolataylor #pornstar #model #xxxA post shared by (@thelolataylor) Moreover, she shared another video on Vkontakte, a Russian social media service, where she said that while she gets food delivered, she doesnât like being unable to go out and buy certain types of junk food. Well, we don't know how authentic this is, but nonetheless, if this motivates any scientist even a little bit, that would be a great thing. View the full article
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