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  1. Milind Soman has been the nation's heartthrob for a long time. The model-turned-actor still manages to stay in the news for his workout regime and even his sartorial sense. He is truly someone who is ageing like fine wine, giving celebrities his age a run for their money. Just recently he was in the news, for doing a 5km run, after recovering from Covid-19. Like all the things he does, Milind yet again broke the internet, with this motivational video. © Instagram/Milind Soman The Made In India star knows how to clean up pretty well. If you compare his old, modelling days photos, Soman has evolved by leaps and bounds. With that said, he yet again took to his Instagram handle and posted another throwback photo from his modelling days. Trust us, this picture will make you sit straight and gaze at it for a while! Take a look: View this post on Instagram Milind posted a picture back from 1991. The actor can be seen wearing a printed Kashmiri shrug with a pair of black spandex shorts. Remembering his modelling days, he mentioned that this picture was taken in Delhi, by ace photographer Bharat Sikka. Milind captioned it and wrote "#ThrowbackThursday 1991 some really beautiful old kashmiri textiles, a pair of black spandex shorts, hard Delhi sun, @bharatsikkastudio ... and me! © Instagram/Milind Soman As soon as he posted this picture, many celebrities from the industry and his fans started drooling over this image. One user wrote, "After modelling, do models get to keep the clothes they pose in?" whereas another one wrote "Man of culture" © Instagram/Milind Soman Since Milind is into home workouts and fitness, some fans were also curious to know if he worked out in a gym or took supplements, back in the day. Milind replied saying he never went to the gym nor did he consume any supplements. He further added, that he only performed exercises and that he took to swimming for 10 years, which helped him maintain his physique. © Instagram/Milind Soman This isn't the only time when Milind has posted an old photo. Here are some other fashionable photos, that took social media by storm. 1. Black-kohled eyes? Well, damn! View this post on Instagram 2. When it comes to style, he clearly knows how to stand out. View this post on Instagram3. That notorious glee in his eyes... View this post on Instagram 4. When he used to shave, wear suits and shoes. Harvey Specter would be jealous! View this post on Instagram View the full article
  2. Jamshed Dasti says he cannot get married due to rising inflation; is expected to launch an anti-govt movement after Eid
  3. iPhone users have been asking for a display with a higher refresh rate ever since Android devices and the iPad Pro lineup started to use a 120Hz refresh rate panel. It seems like Apple may finally go through with the plan for the next iPhone according to insiders that have long eluded the Cupertino giant’s smartphones. © Unsplash/denis-cherkashin Apple has been using the “ProMotion” display on the iPad Pro for a number of years where the screen is capable of a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. Many iPhone fans have long been wanting the same upgrade for the iPhone, however it has remained an exclusive feature for Apple’s tablets. A higher refresh-rate display will not only be beneficial for mobile gaming, but it would also provide a smoother and more responsive experience. Now, according to supplier reports from South Korea, Samsung Display will be supplying Apple its latest LTPO OLED panels for the next iPhone. These panels are capable of a120Hz refresh rate without sacrificing battery life as we have already seen on other smartphones like the Galaxy S21 Ultra and the OnePlus 9 Pro. It is not known what's the exact volume Samsung Display will be supplying but it is expected to be limited to the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max models only. © Unsplash/frederik-lipfert Not all models of the iPhone 13 will be getting the higher refresh rate display. Much like the iPhone 12 Series, the next iPhone is touted to have four models where the higher refresh rate display will only be used for the ‘Pro’ models. Previous leaks have given us more information about the next iPhone like the notch getting smaller this time around. The smartphone is also expected to have wider support for 5G mmWave in more countries as the adoption rate has started to grow. The iPhone 13 series is shaping up to be a highly-anticipated upgrade, however we can only be sure once Apple announces the new models later this year. Source: TheLec View the full article
  4. 'Vaccination is absolutely important, we will be protected, but we can also be carriers,' Raveena said
  5. Apple has been at the forefront when it comes to adding health features to the Apple Watch that end up saving lives. The smartwatch is already capable of taking Electrocardiograph (ECG) readings, blood oxygen (SpO2) readings and also has a fall-detection feature. All of these features on the Apple Watch have been credited for saving numerous lives and it seems like Apple is looking to add even more life-saving features. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla According to a recent report by British outlet The Telegraph, a British start-up called Rockley Photonics is looking to supply new types of sensors to Apple. These sensors could be used in devices that can detect blood glucose levels, alcohol levels and take blood pressure readings. The British start-up has shown in listed documents as Apple being a major contributor towards its revenues. The company primarily focuses on developing sensors that track blood glucose, blood pressure, and blood alcohol levels. It’s not a long shot to assume that these features could make their way to the Apple Watch as soon as 2022. Wearables having the ability to track blood sugar or blood pressure isn’t news as previous leaks have suggested that even Samsung is working on a smartwatch with similar capabilities. The South Korean giant developed a system to monitor blood sugar levels using the Rama Spectroscopy method. This process uses lasers to determine the chemical composition of a user. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Apple is said to be working on a patent application for components that could be used to monitor glucose levels through the skin. Having said that, this method could put the accuracy of the feature in question until it has been tested thoroughly. Having said that, at CES 2021, a Japanese Company, Quantum Operations did showcase a wearable prototype that uses the Rama Spectroscopy method to determine blood sugar readings. The device was able to give a result in 20 seconds and we could expect something similar from Samsung’s next Galaxy Watch if the company decides to implement the feature. Source: The Telegraph View the full article
  6. What’s in a name, you ask? Well, as it turns out, a lot, apparently. Ever since news broke that PUBG Corp had severed their ties with Tencent Games and had partnered with Microsoft’s Azure for a server dedicated to India, fans of the mobile battle royale game have been in a frenzy, over when the game will be relaunched. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla While details for the date and timing of the relaunch may still be under the wraps, it seems that the game has been given a new name. Do keep in mind, that all of this, is still a speculation. A few days ago, the PUBG Mobile India put out a couple of videos on YouTube, teasing the relaunch of the highly anticipated game. However, soon after the premiere of the teasers, the videos were made private, meaning people can no longer view the video. The #pubgmobileindia launched a video on April 29 on Youtube and deleted it after a while as it is restricted in India. - - -#PUBG #pubgindia #PUBGMOBILE #GameStudies #intomacrocosm #tech #games https://t.co/dEOQ3EbXhS — intomacrocosm (@intomacrocosm) May 1, 2021 This, of course, led to a frenzy among fans, and tech enthusiasts, who started to believe that the launch is just around the corner. Now, to add fuel to the fire, a new leaked poster for the game has been going around Twitter, which suggests that the mobile game will be rebranded, repackaged and then relaunched. As per the leaks, the new version will be called Battlegrounds Mobile India. Those who have been seriously following PUBG, ever since it launched initially, would know that PUBG actually stands for “Playersunknown’s Battleground.” © Reuters Ever since the ban put in place by the Indian Government in September last year, the developers PUBG corp has been frantically trying to get reapproved by the Government of India and essentially get the ban lifted. Many tech experts are of the opinion that India was one of the largest markets for PUBG Mobile. © Pexels Given the gravitas that the game enjoys, people on Twitter were bound to get excited for the apparent new name and rebranding. In a recent development, the PUBG Mobile India official website links to a new creative asset. The creative found suggests the Indian version of PUBG Mobile will likely be named "Battlegrounds Mobile India". #PUBGMobile #PUBGMobileIndia pic.twitter.com/RhZbyHsu7l — GemWire (@GemWire) May 1, 2021I wonder what this means for the comp scene with India and the rest of the world — Pyth (@PlayboiPyth) May 1, 2021Got something#pubgmobileindia #battlegroundsmobileindia pic.twitter.com/sUTTtS7JcU — HKV (@harsh2002_) May 1, 2021Forget #WestBengalPolls ab asli #KhelaHobe... ️#pubgmobileindia#PUBGMOBILE pic.twitter.com/wfIADwCy1f — Nagraj (@the_nagraj) May 2, 2021The name of the PUBG Mobile India is about to change to "Battleground Mobile India".#pubgmobileindia#PUBGMOBILE #pubgindia pic.twitter.com/5T8OtMm0AN — Pubg New State : News & Updates (@pubg_ns7) May 1, 2021One of the developers behind the game, Krafton Inc. also recently donated Rs 1.5 Crores to the PM Cares Fund, in a bid to win over the government, and further clean up their image. Krafton Inc, the South Korean gaming powerhouse and the developer of PUBG Mobile, has come forward with a donation of INR 1.5 Crore (roughly $202670) for COVID-19 relief in India. Aab to aa kar rahega jiska ham sab wait kar rahe the itne time se🥰#PUBGMOBILE #pubgmobileindia pic.twitter.com/K0u173OAqF — DesiBo! (@DesiA3an) April 29, 2021 It seems that the relaunch of the game is all but inevitable. There is a lot of speculation that we might be able to get access to the game by mid-July, or early August. Given the kind of interest that people still have in the game, we bet even the developers are trying to set a release date, as soon as they can. Do you think this rebranding exercise was necessary? Did the game developers and investors really needed to go for the image clean-up? Do let us know what you think in the comments below. View the full article
  7. 2021 has been a bit slow for new games but in the month of May, we’re getting some incredible video game releases to get excited about. Whether you’re looking for a horror, role-playing games or an action-adventure game, there’s something for everyone. Here are four of the best video games to play in the month of May 2021. 1. Resident Evil Village © Capcom A sequel to Resident Evil 7, Village takes place a few years after the events of what happened in Louisiana. We get to see Ethan make a return and somehow finds himself in a mysterious village searching for answers. We also see Chris Redfield make a return however his allegiances are still in question. If you’re looking for a horror game that will definitely leave you spooked, Resident Evil Village fits that bill. Platform(s): PS5, Xbox Series X, PC Release date: May 7, 2021 2. Returnal © Housemarque_SIE Sony’s first major exclusive for the PlayStation 5 already looks quite impressive that truly takes advantage of the new hardware. Returnal is Sony’s roguelike exclusive for the PlayStation 5 where it blends classic mechanics with a story-driven narrative. You will end up dying a lot as it is with many roguelikes. You play as Celeste who is stranded on the alien planet Atropos, and stuck in a time-loop somewhat similar to the movie ‘Edge of Tomorrow’. After every death, Selene goes through the ordeal again unlocking new mysteries with each death. Platform(s): PS5, Xbox Series X, PC Release date: April 30th, 2021 3. Mass Effect Legendary Edition © Electronic Arts If you love space operas and role-playing games; Mass Effect Legendary Edition is set to launch on May 14th, 2021. The game has been optimised for 4K resolution and has been remastered from the ground up for modern graphics. The collection offers all three games including all DLC content that was ever released. Even if you’ve played the game previously, it’s worth playing the franchise again with updated graphics and higher resolution support. Platform(s): PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC Release date: May 14th, 2021 4. Subnautica: Below Zero © Unknown Worlds Entertainment If you’re into open-world survival games, Subnautica: Below Zero is set two years after the original Subnautica game. The ‘Below Zero’ subtitle gives away that the game will take place on a planet full of ice. You will need to survive by living off the planet and defend yourself in an underwater world by using scarce resources to construct tools. If surviving wasn’t enough, you will also have to complete objectives to advance the game’s plot all while trying to survive in the alien environment Platform(s): PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Switch and PC Release date: May 14th, 2021 View the full article
  8. Premier's aide on health says coronavirus variants increase reinfection chances, urges people to get vaccinated
  9. Alex Rodriguez still wants to get back together with Jennifer Lopez who can no longer trust him
  10. According to KP Health department, 64 doctors and six nurses have lost their lives from COVID-19 in the province
  11. BRIT Award winners will receive two different trophies, encouraged to share one to embrace community spirit
  12. John Legend said vaccines offer hope for progess that the world will come together to defeat coronavirus
  13. Artists Es Devlin and Yinka Ilori designed the statuettes, which will be handed out in pairs at the May 11 ceremony held at London?s O2 arena.
  14. Katrina Kaif uses her social media account to urge the people of India to get vaccinated
  15. The second wave of coronavirus has brought catastrophe and chaos and India has been seeing dismally surging cases and innumerable deaths along with a collapse in the healthcare system. While most people are struggling for hospital beds and oxygen cylinders for their loved ones, some people have the privilege of taking their private jets to any country still willing to take them. However, India recorded 3,23,000 new cases in the last 24 hours. © Unsplash According to The Sunday Times, India’s uber-rich have been spending massive amounts of money more than $130,000 to book last-minute flights and private jets to fly off to places like Britain and the UAE. According to reports, more than eight jets were flown to Britain from India just before the UK implemented a travel ban. Also, a 13-seater Bombardier Global 6000 - landed at Luton airport from Mumbai 45 minutes before the introduction of the travel restrictions. Also, the cost of the flight is believed to be around $138,000 (£100,000). View this post on Instagram According to The Economic Times, private jet provider Enthral Aviation said that they have been flooded with countless inquiries over the last few days. An Enthral Aviation spokesperson said, “We have requested more aircraft from abroad to meet the demand. It costs $38,000 to hire a 13-seater jet from Mumbai to Dubai and $31,000 to hire a six-seater aircraft. People are making groups and arranging to share our jets just to get a seat. We've had some queries for Thailand but mostly the demand is for Dubai.” Not only this, earlier, many celebrities have been trolled for posting vacation pictures amidst the ongoing pandemic. Recently, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt received a lot of flak for going to the Maldives for a vacation after recovering from COVID19 and completing their home quarantine. People were upset with them as there is a state-wide lockdown in Maharashtra and fans thought they were just trying to escape. View the full article
  16. India has been struck by the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the deadly virus paralyzing the country's health care systems, leaving many citizens to cater for their own, be it the pursuit of hospital beds, ventilators, ICUs, medicines, and oxygen. With lockdowns across many cities throughout the country, the haunting lone sirens of ambulances every now and then is indeed a sign that the situation is very grim. © AP However, despite its seriousness, the one thing never seems to stop in the country is a wedding, even if the groom is suffering from the Coronavirus. So, how do you get married in a ceremony while maintaining the basic norm of social distancing? The answer is, YOU DON'T. Instead, you both wear PPE kits, because, whatever happens, the show must go on! © Augrav Yes. In a bizarre incident on Monday (April 26), a couple in Ratlam city of India's central Madhya Pradesh state were married in PPE suits after the groom tested positive for Covid-19. In fact, it was not just the couple who sported the new wedding outfit, with the three other people attending the ceremony also wearing the PPE kits. #WATCH | Madhya Pradesh: A couple in Ratlam tied the knot wearing PPE kits as the groom is #COVID19 positive, yesterday. pic.twitter.com/mXlUK2baUh — ANI (@ANI) April 26, 2021 Say whatever about us Indians, one thing that we do not lack for sure is courage. According to the video of the wedding, the groom can be seen walking behind the bride as they circle around the fire for the wedding pheras, with the pandit and the other people chanting the mantra in the background. Gatherings for social and religious purposes have been restricted by the authorities in the state in order to stop the spread of the virus, with the limit on the number of people weddings put down to 50. In an ideal scenario, the wedding would not have gone ahead, but according to Navin Garg, a district official, a way was found. "The groom tested positive on April 19. We came here to stop the wedding but on the request and guidance of senior officials, the wedding was solemnized. The couple was made to wear PPE kits so that the infection doesn't spread,'' said Garg, while speaking with ANI. The groom tested positive on April 19. We came here to stop the wedding but on request & guidance of senior officials the wedding was solemnized. The couple was made to wear PPE kits so the infection doesn't spread: Navin Garg, Tehsildar, Ratlam.#MadhyaPradesh pic.twitter.com/Yr49n1xnKU — ANI (@ANI) April 26, 2021 After the reports of the ceremony, citizens took to the microblogging website Twitter to show what they really felt about the incident. Insanity of highest order. In Kannada we have a saying.. "madhuve agoo vargu huchhu bodola..." Some ppl will b so insane that until they get married they can't b sane. 🤦 — The ಬೀಸ್ಟ್ Poorna (@IAnnapurnna) April 27, 2021shadi aaj hi hogi pic.twitter.com/iRCup2x2yp — Naina (@Na1naaa) April 27, 2021Why couldn't they wait? — Walnut Crumble ਅਖਰੋਟ (@walnut_crumble) April 26, 2021Height of desperation! — Sapna Madan / सपना मदान (@sapnamadan) April 27, 2021meanwhile first night : pic.twitter.com/kk4UBI1Aqg — SharmaJi KaBeta (@SharmajiKeTweet) April 27, 2021As the doctors and many frontline workers' are working tirelessly...and few don't have access to the PPE kits and these jokers are wearing kits and getting married, what's wrong with these ppl , can wait till they get tested negative.. wasting the medical gear. Eg: idiots exists — Dr.Twarakavi shanmukha sai (@shanmukhasai08) April 26, 2021Getting married is kinda a big event in life eh? — Pramod (@pillspramod) April 26, 2021Kya ni ho raha tha susron ko shadi kiye bager.....yahan duniya khatm ho rahi...inko shadi ki jaldi hai — Dolli #maskpehnochupchap (@desh_bhkt) April 27, 2021I can see no rational reason to have proceeded with the wedding at this stage. This is plain stupidity if you ask me. Waiting for 2 weeks would have been the wise thing to do. — Prasannasimha (@Prasannasimha) April 27, 2021What was the need to get married at this point?? — Dr.Deepa Sharma (@deepadoc) April 27, 2021Hahaha..shaadi is the only aim 🤣 — mistral (@pp_purohit) April 27, 2021Look at the comfort & confidence of bride & others, baffling — Pradnya (@musttravelmore) April 27, 2021Thoda wait nahi kar sakte they? Utmost stupidity coupled with desperation. — Manisha Kadyan (@Miss_Kadyan) April 27, 2021 pic.twitter.com/tbEH3M2ark — Chhote (@thuug_lyf) April 27, 2021This is like those stunt weddings like marrying while jumping of a plane or skydiving - why - because we can do it. — Prasannasimha (@Prasannasimha) April 27, 2021 View the full article
  17. In a tragic development, 49-year-old Rahmat Ahsan, a shopkeeper from the AIIMS campus, passed away after falling sick and failing to procure a bed at the hospital. According to reports, Rahmat was a familiar name with the resident doctors and medical students of AIIMS who knew him as someone who had been around for as long as they could remember. AIIMS SU raising funds for Rahmat Uncle. He served COVID warriors during time of crisis but couldn’t get bed for himself. Govt won’t consider him Covid Warrior & neither gives him compensation. Now it’s our responsibility to donate & help the bereaved family #RIP pic.twitter.com/fW0BxWnvaA — Harjit Singh Bhatti (@DrHarjitBhatti) April 24, 2021 Rahmat had been suffering from fever and restlessness along with high blood pressure, and on Wednesday he is said to have had trouble breathing. However, his family could not procure him a bed in the hospital, following which he breathed his last on Thursday morning, according to an Indian Express report. The last memory people have of his store is of a message on the closed shop saying that he could not open the shop as he was not feeling well. © Twitter “He had a fever for a few days and on Wednesday it got severe. We tried to get him admitted to the DRDO facility and could not. We knew that there were no beds in AIIMS so we gave up. His antigen test was positive but we could not get an RTPCR test done. Finally, we arranged an oxygen cylinder at home through his contacts. But he passed away at 6:30 am on Thursday.” Rahmat’s brother-in-law Abu Zeeshan said. Rahmat, who ran a general store, for over 20 years is survived by his wife and two daughters aged 14 and 12. Meanwhile, India has reportedly hit a rate of one COVID-19 reported death every four minutes in New Delhi, as the acute shortage of oxygen tanks among other items including hospital beds is taking a toll. © Reuters India has now reported nearly one million new cases in just three days, which is an alarming development. Another 2,624 deaths, a new daily record, were reported in 24 hours, taking the official toll to nearly 190,000 since the pandemic started. View the full article
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