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  1. If you’ve been wanting to play some of your favourite PC games on your phone, you’re not alone. Not everyone likes to be tied to their desk when they are playing games and thankfully, you can stream games straight to your phone without any additional investment. We’re not talking about game streaming over 5G/4G because that often relies on network conditions and quality. However, if you have a gaming PC/Laptop and a fairly recent smartphone, you can stream games locally for free. Steam Link © Valve In order to start playing PC games on your smartphone, you first need to Install Moonlight (NVIDIA GPUs), Steam Link or Parsec. If most of your library is on Steam, you need to install the Steam Link app on your smartphone. Steam link is probably the smoothest experience you will have for most games, however you can also give Moonlight or AMD link a try as well. In order to make the streaming work, your phone needs to be on the same network as the PC/Gaming laptop as well. When you launch the Steam Link app on your phone, it will scan your network for computers that are running Steam. Select your computer and enter the 4-digit code that appears on your phone in Steam on your PC. The steam link app will run a short test for network quality and you are ready to go. You can even choose in the setting if you want the video quality to be “Fast” or “Beautiful” depending on your bandwidth. Moonlight © Moonlight Streaming Moonlight also works in a similar fashion, however it is exclusive to NVIDIA graphic cards users and requires the Nvidia GeForce Experience installed on your PC. You need to then open the app on your PC and head on over to settings. Then, toggle the GameStream switch in the Shield Tab menu. The next step involves you installing Moonlight on your smartphone. After starting the app, it will show a list of PCs that have GameStream enabled. Identify and select your PC, alternatively, you can also tap on “Add Host” and enter your PC’s IP address if you are unsure. Similar to Steam Link, Moonlight will give you a PIN which you will need to enter in the pop-up window that will automatically appear on your PC. Once the PIN is entered, you can start playing games on your smartphone. For both use cases, we do have to point out that your PC needs to remain on for the gaming session. Both your PC and smartphone also needs to be on the same network in order to stream the game wirelessly. Latency should not be a problem unless you are quite far away from your router. If you need to play the game far away from your router, we recommend getting a capable router like the Ubiquiti Dream Machine. View the full article
  2. If you’ve been wanting to play some of your favourite PC games on your phone, you’re not alone. Not everyone likes to be tied to their desk when they are playing games and thankfully, you can stream games straight to your phone without any additional investment. We’re not talking about game streaming over 5G/4G because that often relies on network conditions and quality. However, if you have a gaming PC/Laptop and a fairly recent smartphone, you can stream games locally for free. Steam Link © Valve In order to start playing PC games on your smartphone, you first need to Install Moonlight (NVIDIA GPUs), Steam Link or Parsec. If most of your library is on Steam, you need to install the Steam Link app on your smartphone. Steam link is probably the smoothest experience you will have for most games, however you can also give Moonlight or AMD link a try as well. In order to make the streaming work, your phone needs to be on the same network as the PC/Gaming laptop as well. When you launch the Steam Link app on your phone, it will scan your network for computers that are running Steam. Select your computer and enter the 4-digit code that appears on your phone in Steam on your PC. The steam link app will run a short test for network quality and you are ready to go. You can even choose in the setting if you want the video quality to be “Fast” or “Beautiful” depending on your bandwidth. Moonlight © Moonlight Streaming Moonlight also works in a similar fashion, however it is exclusive to NVIDIA graphic cards users and requires the Nvidia GeForce Experience installed on your PC. You need to then open the app on your PC and head on over to settings. Then, toggle the GameStream switch in the Shield Tab menu. The next step involves you installing Moonlight on your smartphone. After starting the app, it will show a list of PCs that have GameStream enabled. Identify and select your PC, alternatively, you can also tap on “Add Host” and enter your PC’s IP address if you are unsure. Similar to Steam Link, Moonlight will give you a PIN which you will need to enter in the pop-up window that will automatically appear on your PC. Once the PIN is entered, you can start playing games on your smartphone. For both use cases, we do have to point out that your PC needs to remain on for the gaming session. Both your PC and smartphone also needs to be on the same network in order to stream the game wirelessly. Latency should not be a problem unless you are quite far away from your router. If you need to play the game far away from your router, we recommend getting a capable router like the Ubiquiti Dream Machine. View the full article
  3. Rape Free India is the brainchild of professional Indian women who have come together to share their pain of rising cases of rape
  4. If you’ve never heard of Genshin Impact, it’s probably because you’re still busy playing PUBG mobile or some other battle-royale game. However, a recently released role-playing game has taken over the world and has quickly become one of the highest-grossing games this year. It has overtaken PUBG mobile by making $245 million within its first month of launch. That’s because it is an incredible game that has AAA values featuring anime-like characters, runs on almost every phone, PC and the PlayStation 4. The game is available for free with in-app purchases for a currency called ‘Resin’. © Mihoyo The game has taken heavy inspiration from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild with a huge and beautiful open-world that can be explored by climbing and gliding. While the basics might be similar, there are quite a few differences between the two games. Genshin Impact offers more loot and mysterious chests that add to your progression. You will have a constant stream of new armours, weapons, and crafting materials for your character which makes the game highly addictive to play. © Mihoyo Genshin Impact shines mostly in its combat mechanics where you need to chain offences and use combinations. You also get to use elemental moves such as fire or water to create interesting combat scenarios. You can freeze your enemies with water and then use normal attacks and special moves to bring them down. You can also swap between characters and use a different set of moves to keep yourself engaged and interested with a different approach to attacking bosses and enemies. © Mihoyo The game is mostly free to play and you can go about 60 hours without spending any money, however eventually you will be encouraged to spend in the game. The game makes money by implementing the Japanese concept of “gacha” based on gachapon machines where you get randomly selected items; somewhat similar to loot boxes. You can, however, earn the needed currencies by grinding in the game which can take hundreds of hours or simply spend a bit of money and take a chance with what you can get from the loot box system. However, unlike other games, Genshin Impact shows the odds of getting rare characters, which is extremely low most of the time. © Mihoyo If you’ve been wanting to play a great role-playing game on your phone without spending too much money, you definitely need to check out Genshin Impact. You don’t need to play this game on a console as it runs on almost every smartphone that has launched in the past three years. The game boasts a beautiful world, a plethora of characters and an engaging storyline for free. Genshin Impact has become one of our favourite games to play this year and we've even used it as a benchmark for smartphone reviews. The game is a great combination of action RPGs and tractional Japanese RPGs with console-level graphics and addictive gameplay. View the full article
  5. WhatsApp said on Twitter it has 'made it easy to review, bulk delete items and free up space'
  6. Trump attacked Joe Biden following his decision to bring Gaga on board to help him campaign
  7. Taylor Swift had revealed that she would be free to record her past albums from November 2020
  8. Reference against MSR already filed in court; he must be allowed to freely contest his case to dispel notion of muzzling media
  9. ?I have always been clear about Trump even before he became President of the United States," says Sadiq Khan
  10. Karachi Administrator Iftikhar Ali Shalwani, in a tweet, terms the move as an "unprecedented" opportunity for CSS aspirants
  11. We all know that if utilized properly, social media can do wonders and that’s exactly what happened with ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’. The 'dhaba' which was once unknown to the crowd got popular after a video of its owner crying got viral on the internet. Now, Vasundhara Tankha Sharma took to her Twitter saying, My friend’s father (who is a doctor) saw #BabaKaDhaba go viral and realised both Kanta Prasad and Badami Devi have a cataract. He gave them both the gift of clear eyesight today. Thank you so much, sir!!! Touching to see the continued act of kindness” Yes, Kanta Prasad and Badami Devi have gotten their cataract done. Check out the post here- My friend’s father (who is a doctor) saw #BabaKaDhaba go viral and realised both Kanta Prasad and Badami Devi have cataract. He gave them both the gift of clear eyesight today. Thank you so much, sir!!! Touching to see the continued act of kindness ️🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/9N4Mul8Zq3 — Vasundhara Tankha Sharma (@VasundharaTankh) October 26, 2020 In another post, she also shared the name of the doctor who did the surgery. Dr. Samir Sud did the kind deed of giving the couple the gift of clear sight. This is Dr. Samir Sud from @sharpsightdelhi — Vasundhara Tankha Sharma (@VasundharaTankh) October 26, 2020 The post went viral on the internet and has around 6.4K likes and one thousand comments on it. Here’s what people on the internet have to say about the kind doctor’s good deed- Waah.. kya baat hai — Alankrit Shukla (@alashshukla) October 26, 2020Wah bahut achha beta you are only one of this pls keep it aap us pariwar se ho jahan sanshkar sikhaye jate he sir ki jai ho — Rajiv Sharma (@RajivSh81534144) October 26, 2020It's a very true & positive feeling that this 'power of social media' will be a big movement by youth for creating awareness & bringing change started by you. — Aayush Shukla (@shuklaaayush4) October 26, 2020Woah that's our beautiful India... thank you sir 🏻️🇮🇳please everyone request don't break my India or hurt it — Ashwini Mishra (@ash_missh) October 26, 2020Oh wow !!! It is amazing the good that there is still in this world . Thank for you sharing this and making Monday end on good note #delhi️ — Manu Jain (@Manu_jain) October 26, 2020This just shows how we still have good left in society and the power of social media can do wonders. What do you think? View the full article
  12. WhatsApp for Business: The application has taken its initiative to continue building a business of their own
  13. We need not explain how every festive celebration is incomplete without some traditional delicacies. Whether it’s a rum cake on Christmas or delicious laddoos on Diwali, festive season is that time of the year when our healthy diet plan is replaced by delicious desserts. Even though we deserve to treat ourselves with yummy sweet recipes for Diwali, eating too much of them can be unhealthy. Worry not, because we have the best alternatives! Here are some healthy sweet recipes for your festive celebrations. These sweet recipes are healthier than your usual Indian sweets and taste exactly the same. __ECOMLOOKS__1901__ __ECOMLOOKS__1902__ __ECOMLOOKS__1903__ __ECOMLOOKS__1904__ __ECOMLOOKS__1905__ The Bottomline There you go, now you can at least enjoy your festive food guilt-free. All these recipes are healthier versions of their traditional counterparts. However, this doesn't mean that they have zero calories. Make sure to watch your quantities and you’re sorted! Explore More View the full article
  14. BJP’s claim of ‘free coronavirus vaccination for all’ promise in Bihar just when elections are around the corner has raised many questions in the mind of the people. People are calling the use of the vaccine in the manifesto as the political agenda. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said, announcing the BJP's manifesto for the Bihar election said, "As soon as a COVID-19 vaccine is available for production at a mass scale, every person in Bihar will get free vaccination. This is the first promise mentioned in our poll manifesto.” As soon as #COVID19 vaccine will be available for production at a mass scale, every person in Bihar will get free vaccination. This is the first promise mentioned in our poll manifesto: Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman at the launch of BJP Manifesto for #BiharPolls pic.twitter.com/x4VjVmkA3Q — ANI (@ANI) October 22, 2020 Since then people on the internet are saying various things about the elections and how things are moving around it. Now that the elections are taking place amid a pandemic the manifesto is also revolving around the same and some people are not liking it. This gave birth to a flurry of hilarious memes on social media and here’s what they look like- Lol. People of other states rushing to Bihar after bjp promised free vaccine. #BiharElections2020 pic.twitter.com/bVH3x8XWsP — Ãzy (@AzyConTrolI) October 22, 2020 Next solo trip? Bihar. BJP ko vote do, Covid vaccine free mey milega Chalo Bihar. - An original Bihari#BiharElections2020 #BiharElections https://t.co/qeTxkXw8nh — Arshad E Khan (@Arshadtweet) October 22, 2020 This one has to be the best! Le people of others states b like-#BiharElections2020 #BiharElections #NirmalaSitharaman https://t.co/DODgxvPxSf pic.twitter.com/vxrCf5ReuT — Rahul Shrivastava 🪐🤎 (@Rahulshrivstava) October 22, 2020 Hahahah Every person in #Bihar to get #free #Covid #vaccine, vows #BJP#Corona #தடுப்பூசி #இலவசம் பீகாரில் வெற்றி பெற்றால்#BiharElections2020 #manifesto #MEMES #meme #memesdaily pic.twitter.com/Bxi7N73PTP — BASKER (@CBRAINTECH) October 22, 2020 Just asking… #NirmalaSitharaman #ByPoll #BiharElections2020 #बोले_बिहार_बदलें_सरकार #VoteForMahaGathBandhan https://t.co/EuOeDIjqvM pic.twitter.com/PiJb88PmyH — CäpTaiN™ (@iCapitann) October 22, 2020 Okay… #Bihar ke liye kuch bhi ha ... Waaaa #NirmalaSitharaman ji waa.. Aur bakki states ko ??? Ye bhed bhav kyu ?? @nsitharaman ji .#free #CoronavirusVaccine#BiharElections #BiharPolls https://t.co/ZyBBQ21kL4 — Adi Kandre (@AdiKandreSpeaks) October 22, 2020 We’ll run too… Actual footage of Bihari person running back to Bihar from another State after announcement of free Vaccine pic.twitter.com/aGoj71AFv6 — Ashwin Mushran (@ashwinmushran) October 22, 2020 Sorry…What? Bjp ~if we win, free vaccine for Bihar Other states ~#का_किये_हो_मोदीजी pic.twitter.com/xNocEcqVM8 — Vinay Kumar Dokania 🇮🇳 ️ (@VinayDokania) October 22, 2020 Later, Union Minister of State for Health Ashwini Chaubey, who is at the moment in Bihar also faced the same question about free vaccines and said, "The corona vaccine is being made across the world. When it is ready, we have prepared an elaborate plan on distributing the vaccine, who will be given preference etc...Every state will be given a free coronavirus vaccine.” However, world scientists are still struggling in finding a cure and we are not sure when the vaccine will hit the markets. Till then we have enjoyed the hilarious memes on Bihar elections. Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  15. The entire world is desperately waiting for a vaccine for Coronavirus, that's the only thing we've been dreaming about ever since the pandemic started. And, we also realize that whenever the vaccine actually comes, it will probably take years to vaccinate the entire population of the world against Covid-19. © Reuters Moreover, we don't know how much the vaccine will cost and since it would be in such high demand, people who can afford to pay more money will do anything to get first in line for it. To avoid such situations, we were hoping different governments would offer free vaccines for the people of their country. But not in India, apparently. Only the state of Bihar is being promised free Covid vaccine, whenever it comes. © Reuters Yes, that's a promise made by none other than Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. Oh, on an unrelated note, did you guys know Bihar elections are coming. Hmm, what a coincidence. As soon as #COVID19 vaccine will be available for production at a mass scale, every person in Bihar will get free vaccination. This is the first promise mentioned in our poll manifesto: Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman at the launch of BJP Manifesto for #BiharPolls pic.twitter.com/x4VjVmkA3Q — ANI (@ANI) October 22, 2020 Of course, promising a vaccine for a virus that has killed more people than we can count and has turned literally every single person's life upside down during an election is shady, at best, and manipulative, at worst. The politicization of a vaccine in a pandemic is the last thing we need and let's just say that BJP could not have gotten into a worse soup than this right now. © Reuters Moreover, what about the rest of the country? Will everyone have to wait till the 2024 elections to get the 'free vaccine' because it would serve the political interest of a certain party? At this point, I really wouldn't be surprised. No power, no vaccine. Politicisation of vaccine! Centre has not yet said that the vaccine will be free for all Indians but for Bihar they are promising it free for all just because they've polls. This is very unfortunate. What if Bihar don't vote BJP? Will they not get it free then? Non sense! — THE SKIN DOCTOR (@theskindoctor13) October 22, 2020 It's shameful. The shame-facedness of the BJP has crossed all boundaries. Getting a Covid vaccine for all citizens of India at the earliest is the primary responsibility of the Government. To use it as a manifesto promise for people going to the polls is the lowest they can fall to! @INCIndia https://t.co/6dL3uTc1QD — Adarsh Shastri (@adarshshastri) October 22, 2020 Election aane do, paap dhul jaayege. baaki states waalo ne kya paap kiye hain ? — chacha lame monk (Halla Bol) (@oldschoolmonk) October 22, 2020 Important question. What about non-BJP ruled states? Indians who didn't vote BJP will not get free Covid vaccine? https://t.co/kjid5IC5aH — AAP (@AamAadmiParty) October 22, 2020 Just do something about the economy, please. Don't know what's more tragic; 1. Desperate politisization of a vaccine before elections 2. Despite an economy in ruins, a finance minister is busy with jumlas https://t.co/yvE8fgLO8l — Akash Banerjee (@TheDeshBhakt) October 22, 2020 Hmm. Offer of empty packages are over therefore grasp on to vaccine. — Satish Kapur (@SatishKapur4) October 22, 2020 Exactly. Is this a promise or a veiled threat? Ministers cannot use health services due to every citizen for partisan party politics at election time. Whether Bihar votes @BJP4India or not, all citizens must have equal access to #COVID vaccine. #vaccinepolitics #BiharElections2020 https://t.co/R6zyL1PU0S — Sagarika Ghose (@sagarikaghose) October 22, 2020 Apparently. So other states will have to wait till Lok Sabha polls or respective State polls? https://t.co/FX2qHnwDI4 — Aditya Menon (@AdityaMenon22) October 22, 2020 Wow. So the state facing elections will get vaccine first, Wow!! Such fake electoral promises only makes BJP to survive till now. They would do or say anything to gain a victory. Shameless!!#BJPFailshttps://t.co/NmKZpuYo99 — Alex Peter (@alexpeter181) October 22, 2020 Nice. So what the good madam is saying is only Bihar will get free vaccination and probably be the first to be given (mark the word 'as soon as available') and rest of India will have to wait & pay for it. Nice. — Ved Nayak (@catcheronthesly) October 22, 2020 Extremely important point. Does it mean it will be free only in BJP ruled or poll bound states? Couldn’t provide free trains in time for migrant workers returning home in panic, but now they are VVIPs. https://t.co/R0F3A39j66 — K. C. Singh (@ambkcsingh) October 22, 2020 Probably. How sick can this govt get ? So if they dont vote for the BJP, Biharis wont have access to the vaccine ? https://t.co/SyKJPwvEJd — Rana Ayyub (@RanaAyyub) October 22, 2020 Already crossed that point. So what about the rest of the nation? Vaccine as a poll promise- how low can one stoop? Pls don’t say lower than our gdp https://t.co/jcOO5Z2S9N — Lavanya Ballal | ಲಾವಣ್ಯ ಬಲ್ಲಾಳ್ (@LavanyaBallal) October 22, 2020 This even got Shashi Tharoor talking in Hindi. तुम मुझे वोट दो मैं तुम्हे वैक्सीन .... what appalling cynicism! Will the ElectionCommission rap her & her shameless Govt on the knuckles? https://t.co/ri1UlWWmgD — Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) October 22, 2020 Hmm. Is this Barter system.. what If Bihar opts to do away with NDA?Shameless BJP govt bargains with ppl regarding life saving vaccine. https://t.co/2l7g0aOKuI — Rekha Mathews ☘️ (@mathews_rekha) October 22, 2020 This is honestly Trump level stuff. Making vaccine distribution during a pandemic conditional on an election win? Only an administration like @BJP4India can be this shameless. #BiharPolls #Disgraceful https://t.co/TKpBB06Kzi — Chinmay Nadig (@ChinmayNadig) October 22, 2020 All important questions. Questions. 1. Will other states also get free vaccine? 2. Will Bihar get free vaccine first? 3. If BJP loses in Bihar, will the state still get the free vaccine? 4. Who is funding the distribution of free vaccine? States or Union? 5. What is govt's vaccine distribution plan? https://t.co/MdNiHE6LPW — Faye DSouza (@fayedsouza) October 22, 2020 Couldn't have said it better. You are not giving the vaccine as charity madam, because you are not procuring it using your personal wealth, it is taxpayer's money and you have to vaccinate all citizens of India to bring back the country on its feet... It can't be in election manifesto....shameful.. — Sweta Choudhary (@sweta93873502) October 22, 2020 Someone, please answer. Vaccination of a deadly pandemic is part of poll promise ? How disgusting is that ? What if previous govts behaved in same way in country ? And what about other states in India ? What if Bihar votes out NDA from state ? They wont get vaccinated?#का_किये_हो_मोदीजी https://t.co/r9aIROVnVZ — Bhushan Patil (@bhushankpatil12) October 22, 2020 What a shame. India's vaccine distribution strategy is based on err which state has an election and who votes for whom. In other countries, the discussions revolve around who are vulnerable and need it most. #vaccine https://t.co/t88oR20EiF — Niha Masih (@NihaMasih) October 22, 2020 Outrageous. Modi's Finance Minister promises free #COVID19 vaccine for Bihar only - Is Bihar the only state affected by the pandemic or the only state going to the election next week? Modi regime has no shame and the Election Commission has no voice. https://t.co/3Wz52wN9zB — Ashok Swain (@ashoswai) October 22, 2020 View the full article
  16. Netflix is arguably one of the most popular streaming services on the market, if not the best. In fact, things have only gotten better for them ever since the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions came into place. People now have more time in their hands than usual and it means more time to binge something on Netflix. Needless to say, Netflix is also good at enticing people and luring them into getting their subscription. On the same lines, the company is now going to offer a weekend-long trial in India. That's right, Netflix will host what it calls a "streamfest" in India and allow anyone and everyone to access their service for free. © Unsplash As reported by the folks over at Protocol, Netflix will offer its service for free on the weekend of December 4. Yes, there's still plenty of time but you might want to plan out how you're going to take advantage of this if you don't have a subscription already. In an earnings call, Greg Peters, the chief operating officer for Netflix, said, "We think that giving everyone in the country access to Netflix for free for a weekend could be a great way to expose a bunch of new people to the amazing stories that we have, the service, how the service works, really create an event, and hopefully get a bunch of those folks to sign up. So we’re going to try that in India.” © Unsplash/Glenn Carstens-Peters Although this "streamfest" seems to be limited to just India for now, we expect the same to trickle down in other markets too. We think Netflix is going to see some crazy response to this and they might end up getting some new subscribers in India. In case, you're wondering, you can sign-up for a subscription for as low as Rs 199 per month in India. View the full article
  17. If you’ve been planning to buy an iPhone 11 soon, then Apple has a gift in store for you if you buy the smartphone from its Indian online store. For the iPhone 11 customers, Apple will be giving the AirPods for free along with the phone as a part of its Diwali offer. The accessory will be given for free from October 17th on the official Apple India online store. © unsplash The new deal comes at the perfect time right before the Diwali sale season as the company’s online store went live last month. The website is a dedicated place for customers in India to buy directly from Apple and if you want to know more about all the offers and benefits, check out our detailed report here. The website offers trade-in offers, hands-on customer service and other benefits customers can avail from the online store. © unsplash Apart from getting the free AirPods during the festive season, customers can also get the custom engraving done on products like the AirPods, iPad, and Apple Pencil from October 17th onwards. The iPhone 11 retails on Apple’s website for Rs 68,300 for the base variant and alongside a new purchase of the phone, customers will get the second generation of AirPods for free that retails for Rs 14,900 in India. © unsplash It is worth pointing out that e-commerce websites like Amazon will also be offering the iPhone 11 for Rs 50,000 during its festive sale event, however customers will not bet getting free AirPods along with the smartphone. However, it would be still cheaper to buy the iPhone 11 from Amazon at Rs 50,000 and get yourself a pair of AirPods instead of buying from Apple’s online store. Having said that, iPhone deals on Amazon do not last as long as one would like, so if you are interested in getting the phone at a discounted price, we suggest you do not delay your purchasing plans as stocks are expected to run out fast. View the full article
  18. To give you a break from all the negative news, we come bearing some uplifting news. A woman delivered a baby boy aboard IndiGo's Delhi-Bengaluru flight last night. In response to a query from PTI, IndiGo said: "We confirm that a baby boy was delivered prematurely on flight 6E 122 from Delhi to Bengaluru. There are no further details available." Baby boy born in flight on Delhi-Bangalore @IndiGo6E flight at 6:10pm. So proud of #Indigo 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰 pic.twitter.com/KqBuX84lBN — Gp Capt Christopher (Retd) (@bcchristopher) October 7, 2020 "A baby boy was born en route on the Delhi-Bengaluru 6E 122 flight that landed at the Bengaluru airport around 7.30PM today," an aviation industry source told PTI. As per a report by The News Minute, the woman was not even 32 weeks into her pregnancy which is why the airlines allowed her to fly. A senior gynaecologist who was also luckily on the flight, helped her when she went into premature labour. The video has already gone viral on the Internet. A baby boy was born in an IndiGo Delhi- Bangalore flight Both mother & child are doing fine #aviation pic.twitter.com/9hlCh0f9zy — Arindam Majumder (@ari_maj) October 7, 2020 The IndiGo crew members are also being praised for helping the woman deliver the baby onboard the flight safely. People are also asking if the baby will be getting free tickets for life. Well, if some sources are to be believed, IndiGo may indeed offer free tickets to the baby boy for life. What a wonderful gesture from @IndiGo6E #indigo https://t.co/w4dpqKaIkK — Shabin Sajan (@shabinsajan) October 8, 2020A baby boy was born on board @IndiGo6E flight from Delhi to Bangalore. In all likely baby is getting life long free #indigo tickets. Greatly work done by #indigoairlines crew today. Kudos to the team pic.twitter.com/6guDalihLc — Capt. Swapnil (@SwapnilH_777) October 8, 2020Amazing scenes. Baby born mid-air on @IndiGo6E Delhi - Bangalore flight today, helped by the airline's crew. Future IndiGo pilot perhaps. #aviation #avgeek #india pic.twitter.com/0rJm7B5suQ — Tarun Shukla (@shukla_tarun) October 7, 2020This is something different from daily news. All who made this possible for safe delivery of baby boy during the flight #indigo6E from Delhi to Bengaluru, is definitely deserves applause. We pray almighty for safe and sound health of the baby and his mother. — RAJIV MUKHERJEE (@mukhrajivx1959) October 8, 2020Sir,is it true that he will get free flight ticket for life?️ — Kumar Ankit Arya (@1coolaka) October 7, 2020 View the full article
  19. Unlike Microsoft's Smart Delivery feature that allows developers and publishers to sell a single copy of a game and have it playable across both generations of consoles, Sony didn't announce anything for its platform. That, however, isn't stopping the developers from allowing their PS4 games to be upgraded for free to be played on the PS5. But the biggest news is that Sony has not yet shared a full list of games that can be upgraded to their next-gen versions for free. It's indeed a bummer because it keeps the potential customers in the dark about the games that may or may not be compatible. © Ubisoft But thanks to some reliable info on the internet, we were able to make a list of games. So here's every single PS4 game that's confirmed to get a free PS5 upgrade when the console comes out later this year. Check it out - Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Borderlands 3 Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Cyberpunk 2077 Dead by Daylight Destiny 2 Dirt 5 Doom Eternal Far Cry 6 FIFA 21 Hitman 3 Horizon Forbidden West Immortals Fenyx Rising Kena: Bridge of Spirits Little Nightmares 2 Madden NFL 21 Maneater Marvel’s Avengers Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom NBA 2K21 Puyo-Puyo Tetris 2 Rainbow Six Siege Riders Republic Sackboy: A Big Adventure The Elder Scrolls Online The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Watch Dogs: Legion WRC 9 Yakuza: Like A Dragon © Sony It's worth pointing out that if you're buying a PS5 Digital Edition, then you won't be able to upgrade physical copies of games since it doesn't have a disc drive. We suggest you pick up the digital copies of the games now if you're planning for a digital upgrade. View the full article
  20. People around the globe are desperately waiting for scientists to develop a vaccine and Russia is also eyeing at India for producing the COVID vaccine. Recently, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that he has secured access to a potential Coronavirus vaccine and will also be manufacturing. He also promised that he will offer free doses to citizens of their country. © Reuters He also said that he has closed a deal with Swedish-British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca to get the COVID-19 vaccine that is being made at Oxford University. He said in an interview, “The Oxford vaccine is one of the most advanced and promising in the world, and under this deal, we have secured early access for every Australian. If this vaccine proves successful we will manufacture and supply vaccines straight away under our own steam and make it free for 25 million Australians." © Reuters The Oxford University vaccine is at phase 3 trials and the scientists are expecting fruitful results by the end of the year 2020. Morrison also added that he was in touch with many other parties across the world who are aiming at developing vaccines and will be supporting them with their own scientists to curb the novel Coronavirus. Also, this is the very first time Australia has made any such deal. © Reuters Reports suggest that the Australian government still hasn’t signed a final agreement regarding the cost of the vaccine but has promised his country that he will definitely make the vaccine available for the population of his country. However, reports add that the Australian government still hasn't reached a final agreement with AstraZeneca regarding the cost of the vaccine. Also, a local manufacturer has not been decided upon. View the full article
  21. Starting this week, most of us will be going back to life as we knew it before the COVID-19 era. This, despite the fact that almost for a week now, India has been getting just under 10,000 cases daily, and that India now has the 5th highest number of COVID-19 positive cases in the world. © Reuters Clearly, a lot of us feel that this is actually not the right time to lift the lockdown, and are anxious as we resume our ânormalâ lives. With that being said, it is also true that staying perpetually in a lockdown is certainly not the solution, especially given the fact that we have been under a lockdown now for almost 3 months. © Reuters A few countries, on the other hand, are declaring themselves to be COVID free. New Zealand, and Germany have really shown the world how to deal with a pandemic, with no new cases having been registered in the last week. New Zealand, in fact, has zero active cases now, which means that they are the first country to properly beat the novel coronavirus, and eradicate it from the country. © Reuters Clearly, we need to take some important lessons from them on public health. 1. Respecting Our Doctors & Paying Heed To Their Advice © BCCL The manner in which we stood in solidarity with the people at the frontline of fighting the pandemic was really commendable. However, we really failed our doctors and corona warriors in every other way. Heck, there were instances when people attacked health care workers who were testing people going door to door in certain areas. Furthermore, most of us have blatantly ignored what our health workers have advised us to do. 2. Lockdown Means An Actual Lockdown © Reuters If you come to think of it, the Lockdown, much like the legal system in India, was there only on papers. No matter how âstringentâ the lockdown was, in almost every neighbourhood, people were still going out for evening walks or stepping out of their homes unnecessarily. We never really had a properly implemented lockdown. New Zealand on the other hand, did implement a strict, 7-week lockdown, where everything, barring essential services were shut. 3. Social Distancing Means Something © ANI We know that in a densely populated country like ours, social distancing isnât easy. However, some basic things such as wearing a mask, or covering your face when youâre stepping out, is. Heck, we have seen n number of people wearing a mask just to cover their lips and leaving their nostrils exposed. And do not even get us started the number of incidents when some political leader took out a rally for XYZ reason and gathered people by the hundreds. This is further aggravated by the VIP culture that we have, where even a basic celebrity feels that they do not have to abide by the certain rules that have been set by common sense. 4. Investing In The Public Healthcare System © Reuters The current scenario in the National Capital, and for that matter, almost all of the country shows that we need to invest in our public healthcare system. And we do not mean that we need more doctors. We need more hospital beds and essential equipment, like ventilators. Furthermore, we need to have a healthcare system that is penetrative and has a far better reach. © Reuters Then, there was the entire fiasco that the migrant labourers had to go through. As commendable as it was, it shouldnât have to come to an actor to provide buses to take labourers back to their homes, especially, when we had the data on migrant workers. 5. Staying Cautious After The Fact © Reuters Even though New Zealand has zero active cases, and are going back to their normal lives this week, the people are conscious. In spite of the fact that they havenât had a positive test since the end of February, they are keeping their borders restricted, and arenât allowing unnecessary flights into the country. Even though restaurants, public transport, and a number of hospitality services are resuming, people are conscious and careful of what their responsibilities are. 6. Basic Cleanliness, And Not Littering © Reuters And finally, a sense of basic cleanliness has to be instilled. And we donât mean that we need more toilets, and better cleanliness initiatives, we already have a ton of that. What we really need is an intrinsic change. There are a ton of daft people, in villages as well as cities, who do not wash their hands properly after using the loo, (you know who you are, imbecile). Then there is the fascination that a lot of men have with creating red coloured graffitis on clean walls. As we start getting on with our lives, we need to be very cautious now, more than we have been. But if we keep our wits, we might just come out of this better. View the full article
  22. These are desperate times, and given the gravity of the situation, every positive news fills our hearts with hope and resolve. With so many of our doctors, nurses, paramedics, police and security personnel aka âCorona Warriorsâ going beyond their call of duty to protect us from the deadly pandemic, it doesnât take much to feel grateful for their selfless service. © Twitter Marcusbharat However, there also exist many unsung heroes amid us, who are contributing in their own ways to help the country fight this outbreak a little better. One such individual is 80-year-old Mujibullah who is a coolie at the Charbagh Railway Station, who despite the threat of a looming infection is offering 8-10 hours of daily service even now in order to help returning migrant workers. © Twitter ModhHAMZASddi1 He carries the luggage of returning migrant labourers for free and calls it his way of offering âkhidmatâ. That isnât all, the old man is also volunteering to help train passengers with food and water. Speaking about his efforts, Mujibullah told ANI that, "Many people including doctors and police personnel are contributing in the fight against COVID-19. I also render 8-10 hrs of service every day.â Name: Mujibullah Age: 80 years, at the Charbag station Lucknow, free goods are being carried by the migrant laborers, when someone gave money, they started saying, brother, you are in so much trouble, you cannot take money from you. pic.twitter.com/DTzMJMcSEs â The Folks⢠(@thefolksteam) May 31, 2020 Mujibullah is also a vigilant citizen and ensures that maintaining hygiene in times like these isnât compromised around his workplace. He says, âIt is also important that we maintain hygiene in public space and should spit and urinate only at places meant for it. If I see someone urinating in the open, I show them the way to the washroom.â © Twitter ANI Itâs heart-warming to see how so many individuals are trying to help out fellow human beings in their personal capacity even during these testing times. Kudos to this old man for leading by example, and we hope other others will take inspiration from his efforts and help India fight this battle better and stronger. View the full article
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