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  1. In a recent interview with Dainik Jagran, former Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Akhtar discussed what he would do if he were Virat Kohli and shared his thoughts on the captaincy debacle. He said that Kohli, who resigned as India's Test captain after seven years in charge, was compelled to stand down and that if he had been in Virat's shoes, he would never have gotten married in the first place. “I would have not even married if I were in his place. I had just scored runs and enjoyed cricket, these 10-12 years of cricket are different time and doesn't come again, I am not saying getting married is wrong but If you are playing for India, you would have enjoyed a time a little. fans are crazy about Kohli and he had to maintain that love he is getting for the last 20 years,” Akhtar said. View this post on Instagram He added how things like marriage, children and family create a lot of stress and pressure on a cricketer and his responsibilities increase with time, especially when a cricketer’s career spans between 14-15 years. “There is pressure from the children, of the family. As the responsibility increases, so does the pressure. Cricketers have a short career span of 14-15 years in which you stay at the peak for five-six years. Those years of Virat have passed, now he has to struggle," he adds. View this post on Instagram Akhtar also made some controversial comments about the Kohli-Ganguly issue and let’s just say that most of the Indian cricket fans were not happy with it. It has been over a month since the rivalry between the ex-Indian captain Virat Kohli and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly began after the two gave very different answers about Kohli’s decision to step down as the leader of the Indian squad in T20I cricket. View this post on Instagram A lot of mud-slinging has been done, rumoured reports of the matters being escalated to another level have come forward and addressed by the involved parties and every now and then, some development takes place that makes the fans of the two cricketers return to the issue, even after they know that there is absolutely nothing that can change the way things turned out to be. While talking to ANI, Akhtar suggested that Kohli was forced to quit his Indian captaincy by the Indian cricket board and that he had to intention of giving up his ODI leadership. He also suggested that it was time for the Delhi-born cricketer to prove to the world what he’s made of. Shoaib Akhtar said, "Virat Kohli didn't leave captaincy, but was forced to do so. He's a great guy and a cricketer. He's a great batsman and has achieved more than anyone else in the world". (To ANI). — Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) January 23, 2022 "Virat didn't leave captaincy but was forced to do so. This is not the best of times for him but he needs to prove what he is made of. Is he made of steel or iron? He is a great guy and a cricketer. Do not try too many things, just go out there and play cricket. He is a great batsman and has achieved more than anyone else in the world. He just needs to go out there and play with his natural flow," Akhtar told ANI. While many Virat Kohli fans were in total agreement with the Rawalpindi Express’ assessment of the situation, the people who side with Sourav Ganguly's version of the story or those who wanted Kohli to step down as team captain felt that Akhtar’s comments were unnecessary. They said that the former Pakistani cricketer simply wanted to feel relevant and therefore continued to talk about old issues that don’t matter anymore. As a result, they branded him as a “stat-padder” who wishes to find some clout out of talking about Virat Kohli. Stadpadding at its best — Manan Kalra (@MananKalra6) January 23, 2022Akhtar chasing some free clout. — Hellfire (@Sri_Hellfire) January 23, 2022Opportunist akhtar at his best — Keyur Mestry (@KeyurMestry) January 23, 2022Isko bolo apne cricket pe dhyan de. Idhar ki bakwas karke views na lapete. — Sudhangshu Das (@ind_nat_cric) January 23, 2022Why do even listen to what this clown is saying . — Reejohn Stellas (@reejohnstellas) January 23, 2022 View the full article
  2. If PM Khan wants to get Afghanistan right, he has to start with his own head and heart: open the doors, writes Mosharraf Zaidi
  3. Caught up in the pandemic that has literally ruined our lives, there is bound to be a feeling of loneliness and despair, especially if you are living by yourself. © Istock Well, there may be a thing that might help you. Cuddle Therapy! © Pexels Yes, it exists. And, we hear that it really, really helps. While of course, nothing's ever going to truly beat the state of lying down on the bed, holding your better half next to you, however, cuddle therapy could be the second-best option to help you feel a bit better about things. The concept explores the use of physical touch to help reduce heart rate, blood pressure, symptoms of depression while also helping to increase the flow of happy hormones in one's body. © Unsplash In what is a growing trend, under cuddle therapy, professional cuddlers are paid to cuddle with people as long as it is platonic. One such cuddler, Keeley Shoup has been working in Chicago, USA, in the capacity for the last seven years to help people suffering from trauma and abuse. © Ladbible/Keeley Shoup Shoup, who earns around $100 per hour for an individual session has even explained how she loves getting strange requests from clients. "I kind of love strange requests, because what that means is that that person trusted me enough to tell me a thing that they wanted. That is atypical in society, that means they have to trust me a lot." "That means that I have created a space safe enough where they don't feel like I'm going to judge them. I love that. I want them to have places in their life where they don't feel judged." "One of the rules that I have is that they can ask me for anything that falls within the code of conduct, and they won't be judged," said Keeley. However, she adds that the requests should all fall within the code of conduct that she abides by and should not put anyone in an uncomfortable situation. "I'm not going to say yes to everything, I'm still going to check in with myself and see whether this is something I can actually do wholeheartedly - I'm not going to do anything that I will resent them for. "I will hold my own boundaries, and I will never put myself in a position where I'm uncomfortable. "That gives them the freedom to ask for anything," said Keeley. Well, while you're out wondering what exactly falls under the range of strange requests, Keeley explains how they aren't sexual and are usually things that adults typically shy away from doing. "I've had tickle fights with clients before. That's something that's kinda atypical or out of the norm." © Unsplash "I've read books - like children's stories - because they wanted to feel taken care of in that way, and that was a thing they remembered from childhood that was really reassuring and nurturing. I've wrestled around like a puppy with someone before, just to get that sense of play. I say 'weird' in the most loving way possible. One that I think most people resonate with but don't think of it was... when you were a kid, you'd draw on someone's back and they had to guess what shapes [you were drawing]. That, I love doing, but it's not something that adults typically do," said Keeley. View the full article
  4. PUBG Mobile was banned last year due to its ties with the Chinese company Tencent Games. However, all of that might change soon as the battle Royale game is set to make a return to the country with a different build that caters to the Indian audience. PUBG Corp has been struggling to get the game approved by the Indian Government ever since it announced its intention to relaunch in the country. The company took steps to cut ties with Tencent games and partnered with Microsoft Azure to host the game locally. © Retuers One of the main reasons why the game was banned in India was over concerns that game data was not being stored and hosted in the country. This caused the game to be banned in the country on the grounds of national security reasons. PUBG Corp then announced a special Indian version of the game in November 2020 that is yet to get approval from the Indian Government and MeitY (Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology). However, that might seem to change very soon as various PUBG Mobile content creators have been dropping hints about the relaunch in their videos. GodNixon, aka Luv Sharma, claimed in a recent video, "According to sources, the government has given the green signal for the comeback of PUBG Mobile. However, the exact release date nor the month haven't been finalized, but the game will indeed be returning. Some of the popular content creators, including Ghatak, had posted stories, dropping hints regarding the return.” © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla A similar claim was made by professional esports player Ghatak (Abhijeet Andhare), who said via tweet, “Nahi batane wala tha par apne londo ka pyaar rok nahi paya next two months are very good for pubg lovers and so many interesting news coming soon for TSM lovers please don’t ask for date.” There is a good chance that a newer version of PUBG Mobile might launch within the next two months. Having said that, since these rumours are based on statements made by content creators and esports players, we advise taking the information with a pinch of salt. As of now, PUBG Mobile India representatives have not announced any plans and we should know more once things become official. View the full article
  5. Pakistani actress Mahira Khan says that Bollywood diva Aishwarya Rai gave her the warmest hug she has gotten in a while.In an interview with India Today Mahira was asked about her conversation with Aishwarya at Cannes."Aishwarya Rai just came and...
  6. Pakistani actress Mahira Khan says that Bollywood diva Aishwarya Rai gave her the warmest hug she has gotten in a while.In an interview with India Today Mahira was asked about her conversation with Aishwarya at Cannes."Aishwarya Rai just came and...
  7. We all have heard people say that “revenge is a dish best served cold or sweet”, but we would like to modify it a little and say that “a prank is a dish best served with a tinge of romance” and this guy here shows you how to nail this trick without making your girlfriend breakup with you. We, however, don't rule out the possibility of him sleeping on the couch or staying out of the house for a day, after this prank. Have you ever come across a guy whose motto in life is 'I don't give two flying f**ks if I ever get laid again'? Well, we just found one and trust us, this man here, is giving us relationship goals in its truest form. He has quite literally mastered the art of surprising his girlfriend. © Bored Panda The moment the woman entered the house, she was welcomed by a trail of clues that looked like it would lead to a romantic moment between the two. Well, we too were fooled into believing the same. © Bored Panda She soon started clicking pictures to document the special surprise laid down in front of her. But, the guy caught his girlfriend off guard. © Bored Panda We have seen couples play pranks on each other using spiders, make each other eat random things, and pregnancy pranks; but this one does manage to give them some tough competition and we can't help but laugh at how the event unfolds. © Bored Panda © Bored Panda This is what his last placard had to say and if you are expecting some romantic note, then you are knocking at the wrong door. © Bored Panda If there's anyone who truly follows PM Modi's Swachcha Bharat Abhiyaan, it's this guy. With this one priceless surprise, this guy has unlocked the last stage of the dating game which most of us are clearly unaware about. If after this ultimate prank the girl is still his girlfriend, then all we can say is a few years down the line, this guy will narrate this prank tale to his kids saying, “That's how I met your mother, children”. Source: Bored Panda
  8. Having spent almost two decades in the industry, Akshay Kumar is one of the most bankable actors today. While many big actors' films are tanking at the box office, Akshay's films not only makes big bucks but also are loved and appreciated by the viewers for the social message they often have. But when a successful actor like him feels that he hasn't got his due as an actor from the industry, it's pretty disheartening. Swag is for boys, class is for men ð A post shared by Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) on Mar 15, 2017 at 3:15am PDT While talking to a leading daily about his upcoming social satire film ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha', he said, "I still haven't got my due as an actor from the industry, I just got the National Award.” Well, many of you might point out that he is a recipient of National Award and a Padma Shri to which he stated, "That is recognition from the government, not the industry." People who are ardent Akshay followers or have read about him, are aware of his success and failures. There was been a time when the actor has delivered 12 flops in a row and despite that, he has he has overcome everything and reached the top. There are very few actors who stick with the same people despite a film tanking at the box office and Akshay is certainly one of those guys. "I'm friends with every producer and director I work with. Our association is not limited to the films we're doing that point in time. There are directors with whom I have had three flops, yet I have trusted them with the fourth film. A lot of people didn't give up on me, so I don't give up on the director if a film doesn't work." âªIn Lucknow today,ending the promotions where the journey of Jolly started!Now the case is in your hands,see you on Fridayð #2DaysToJollyLLB2⬠A post shared by Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) on Feb 7, 2017 at 11:35pm PST When asked about how he often detaches himself after the film recovers from the box office collection, the actor stated, "Well, anyone would be nervous, but I'm lucky that I get to experience it three-four times a year. I feel less nervous than those who have only one film a year because then, the pressure is more. At the most, I'll be sad till the weekend. Also, it's not that I want to vanish when my film releases, as some sections of the media report. For example, I've taken a 15-day break from the schedule of Gold in London, to promote Toilet: Ek Prem Katha. Once this film releases, I'll return and resume shooting as people are waiting for me there." It's truly alarming when someone like him who is at such a stature feels that the industry still hasn't given him his due as an actor. Despite the fact that when the Khans' films are failing big time, his films are the saving grace of the industry. It's not just about the box office collection but also the reality that he has proved himself again and again and now is the time the fraternity paid its debt. It's a Jolly good morning here in Manalið Just arrived and already afraid of missing it when I leave...the crew & the film. #lastschedule A post shared by Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) on Oct 5, 2016 at 8:27pm PDT Well, whether the industry does what it is supposed to do or not, we truly love, admire and respect Akshay for being such an amazing actor.
  9. Forget farmers of Vikarabad district, 90km from Hyderabad, who clandestinely grow ganja amid a sprawl of paddy to feed the Mumbai drug circuit, here's a peddler in the heart of the capital, who harvests the crop in his two-bedroom flat to give addicts their high. And he does it with scientific precision under controlled temperatures to allow cannabis to flower from seed with video tips from an American friend. @hydcitypolice arrested a 33 year old for cultivating Ganja/Cannabis/weed/marijuana in his 3BHK flat. #Hyderabad ? pic.twitter.com/XAmvmgQO6z — Ashish (@Ashi_IndiaToday) January 2, 2017 The ingenious weed peddler, Syed Shahed Hussain, 33, is a former bank employee and operates from a flat at Friends Colony in Manikonda. His luck ran out when Special Task Force personnel raided the apartment and seized plants, but was awe-struck with facilities, including humidifiers and LED lights to provide the right ambience. Shahed was caught in the act while selling ganja to customers at Golconda on Sunday night. © BCCL Shahed has a bachelor's degree in psychology and has been staying at a rented flat at YK Residency in Friends Colony, Manikonda, for the past three months. He lives with his family in the flat. Acting on a specific tip-off, the Task Force team kept vigil at Jeeshan Cafe near Banjari Darwaza on Aljapur Road of Golconda on Sunday evening and caught 33-year-old weed peddler, Syed Shahed Hussain selling the drug. When police raided his flat, they found 40 ganja plants neatly placed in flower pots in two rooms. "Shahed installed ACs in both rooms to maintain a moderate temperature. He also kept LED lights above the plants to maintain natural light-like situation and kept table fans in swing mode to give them sufficient air," said Task Force additional deputy commissioner of police (DCP) N Koti Reddy . © Reuters Shahed, who was addicted to ganja since his teens, began peddling drug for past few years. Police found that he would purchase ganja from suppliers in Visakhapatnam, East Godavari and Tandur areas for `3,500 a kilo and sell it to customers in Hyderabad for `16,000 a kilo. Later, Shahed hit upon the idea of growing narcotics at home to raise profit and contacted his US-based friend Garith Christopher. "Based on Garith's advice, Shahed went through videos online and learnt the art of ganja cultivation. He purchased necessary material locally and started cultivation on a trial basis," said Task Force sub-inspector G Mallesh, who participated in the raid. © Reuters Shahed did not leave anything to chance and took care about healthy growth of his prized saplings. From the flat, police seized sacks of soil, which Shahed procured from Agency areas in Visakhapatnam and Karnataka, known for marijuana cultivation. Shahed moved into the flat three months ago to grow ganja on trial basis and would not allow outsiders to visit the house. He was handed over to Golconda police for investigation.
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