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  1. Ashley Graham said she does not need people to tell her that she is pretty
  2. The family of Lady Gaga?s dog walker finally give an update regarding the current state of his health
  3. Recently, the internet was taken by storm after Pakistani artist Dananeer, also known as Geena posted a video with her friends. In no time, she was a viral sensation as her video #PawriHoRahiHai became a trending subject, thanks to Yashraj Mukhate's rendition of the meme. Not just social media influencers, politicians are now giving this trend their own spin too. BJP President JP Nadda seems to be the latest to hop on to the 'Pawri' trend. At the West Bengal rally, he said, “Ye Bengal ki janta hai, ye hum sab hai, aur Bengal main parivartan ki tayyari ho rahi hai. (This is Bengal’s people, this is us, and in Bengal, people are getting ready for a change).” . @JPNadda 's #PawriHoRaiHai pic.twitter.com/OdEPV2h3OW — Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga (@TajinderBagga) February 26, 2021 People have started reacting to what he said at the rally. People feel it was surely an epic way to put forth his point. Sahi hai,,, aap sab politicians comedy jyada badhiya karte ho @kunalkamra88 competition badh raha hai bro,, — Nicky yadav (@Nickynancy91) February 26, 2021@JPNadda आप तो उम्मीद से बढ़कर निकले आप इतने दिलचस्प है सोचा ही नही था। — Deepak kasaudhan (@KasaudhanGupta) February 26, 2021Didn't expect political parties taking memes too seriously — Rishi Vyaas (@MonkKunal) February 26, 2021Nadda ji got no chill — KESHRI (@AjayKeshri8) February 26, 2021This is next level trolling — Puneri_Ankita (@90_Ankita) February 26, 2021 We are wondering how the minister would react to it. Yesterday, Nadda had launched an all-out attack against the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC government. “We will give Bengal a new culture. No cut money, corruption-mukt, vikas yukt. The BJP will stop illegal coal mining. We are all emotionally involved with Bengal’s culture,” the BJP chief had said. He launched the 'Sonar Bangla' mission and said, “We'll make available approx 30,000 suggestion boxes across Bengal. Around 100 boxes will be kept in 294 assembly constituencies. Our workers will go from door to door with 50 boxes and 50 will be placed at strategic locations.” He bashed Mamta Banerjee for the current state of Bengal. "Dengue had spread here [Bengal]. The state govt wasn't providing us reports on dengue. People were dying here and as the then Health Minister I used to ask Mamataji to give me reporting of dengue. She used to threaten the doctors that no reporting has to be done," he added. Political battle aside, it's interesting to see politicians being on top of latest trends and memes. What do you think? Which politician do you think is the most aligned with new trends? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  4. Prince Edward gave an update on Prince Philip?s health as he continues to stay at the hospital
  5. Prince William was questioned on Prince Philip's health during a visit to a Covid-19 vaccination centre
  6. Petition seeking the land's return was turned in by owner's son, who said land was donated by his father out of "depression"
  7. Twitter has officially given in to the Indian government’s demands of blocking or deactivating accounts identified by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). In a blog post on Wednesday morning, the micro-blogging website said it had now “withheld a portion of the accounts” and has informed MeitY about the enforcement but was also “actively exploring options under Indian law.” © unsplash The blogpost went further to add that the social media company will not be acting on “accounts that consist of news media entities, journalists, activists, and politicians” since they “do not believe that the actions we have been directed to take are consistent with Indian law, and, in keeping with our principles of defending protected speech and freedom of expression”. Last week, MeitY ordered Twitter to deactivate accounts in the country “in the interest of sovereignty and integrity of India.” While Twitter did initially deactivate some 200 accounts, the micro-blogging website overturned its decision and restored the accounts after it was met with uproar from free speech advocates. The IT minister had sent Twitter a list of 1,200 accounts asking it to either suspend or permanently block them in India. These accounts “were flagged by security agencies as accounts of Khalistan sympathisers or backed by Pakistan.” In today’s blog post, Twitter has now taken “action on hundreds of accounts that violated the Twitter Rules, particularly inciting violence, abuse, wishes of harm, and threats that could trigger the risk of offline harm.” The company also claims to have reduced “the visibility of the hashtags containing harmful content, which included prohibiting them from trending on Twitter and appearing as recommended Search terms.” © Twitter Having said that, it is worthy to point out that the identified accounts are only suspended in India and are still viewable for the rest of the world. “We have withheld a portion of the accounts identified in the blocking orders under our Country Withheld Content policy within India only. These accounts continue to be available outside of India. Because we do not believe that the actions we have been directed to take are consistent with Indian law, and, in keeping with our principles of defending protected speech and freedom of expression,” Twitter said in the blog post. The blog post went on to add that the company has also suspended more than 500 accounts that were engaged in “platform manipulation and spam.” Twitter and the Indian Government have been at odds for the past week due to the ongoing farmer’s protests. Many notable leaders from the company have now started to switch to a local platform called “Koo” amidst the standoff. In other related news, the Ministry of Home Affairs has now started to recruit volunteers to report on anti-national content on social media. Source: Twitter blogpost View the full article
  8. Samsung is not only known for making great displays for smartphones, the South Korean giant also makes some of the best gaming monitors. I recently got the opportunity to use the G7 Odyssey with my setup and it was my first time using a curved monitor for my gaming needs. While many would say curved monitors are just a gimmick, I beg to differ. My experience with the monitor over the past three weeks has been nothing but exceptional, apart from a few hiccups. I’ve been using the 32-inch 244Hz 1440p varmint of the odyssey lineup and here’s what I think about Samsung’s latest gaming monitor: Design © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The design of the Odyssey G7 looks straight out of the future, especially when you look at it from the back. The monitor’s 1000R curved display also makes it a bit harder to place on a PC table since it takes slightly more space than a traditional flat monitor. However, the stand takes an unusual amount of space. The monitor is secured on the stand by using four screws instead of using a traditional VESA wall mount design. This way the panel is more secure as it does not clip on directly as it does on other monitors. While it is a bit tedious to set it up the first time, it’s totally worth it. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The curved display brings the ends of the display forward quite a bit; which means you will need to place the monitor towards the back end of the table. If you plan to purchase the G7 Odyssey, make sure you have enough space for it as the panel does take quite a bit of real estate. Having said that, you can use the stand to tilt and adjust the height of the monitor according to your height and liking. If you want to use it in portrait orientation, the stands let you do that as well. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Finally, at the back, you will find the iconic Infinity Core lighting, which sort of works as backlighting and the bright display does not strain your eyes when using the monitor. There are some lighting elements at the front as well, however, they are quite subtle and cannot be found easily with most viewing angles. Ports & Features The Samsung G7 Odyssey does not follow the industry standard when it comes to connectivity since it comes with two DP input ports, one HDMI 2.0 port, and a built-in two-port USB 3.0 hub. I would have liked to see two HDMI ports instead of DP ports since you can connect two of other devices such as the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch or a media player. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla In order to operate the monitor, there is a directional knob which you can use to access most of the menus. The knob can also be clicked to select different modes and make changes to the picture according to your liking. The monitor also supports PiP mode which you can access from the menus, a feature most monitors tend to ignore even in 2021. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The menus have quite a few features you can mess around with such as setting the refresh rate, response time and toggle the adaptive sync. I used the monitor in 240Hz with 1ms latency most of the time since we primarily used it for gaming on my PC and the PlayStation 5. Another feature I loved was the ability to change the black colours on the monitor. Samsung calls it the black equaliser where you can adjust how dark the picture should look. I preferred to use the black equaliser on value '9' as it was the perfect balance between all the colours for multiplayer games. Having the display too dark can be disadvantages in games like Call of Duty Warzone since you would like to spot everything you can. For single-player games, you can turn the black equaliser number to '11' if you want a more immersive experience. Display Quality & Performance The G7 Odyssey has a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels and uses a VA panel instead of IPS LCD. While I’m not a huge fan of VA panels, the G7 Odyssey uses one of the highest quality VA panels we’ve seen on a monitor yet. Having said that, VA panels also allow the monitor to support the 240Hz refresh rate which is probably the reason why most people will buy this monitor. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The display also supports HDR600, however, in our experience, the HDR performance was not up to the mark. You will lose quite a bit of brightness if you use the display in HDR mode. View the full article
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