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  1. At the time when the schedule of India's tour of Australia was finalised, cricket pundits and fans were undeniably excited to witness the clash of two of the cricket's biggest heavyweights. The lack of sporting action, too, added the anticipation to what promised to be a pulsating series. But, what eventually unfolded at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on 27th November would have surely left many unimpressed. Ranked No. 2 in the ODI rankings, the Virat Kohli-led India resembled a punching bag that was used to full effect by a rampant Australian brigade. Chasing a mammoth total of 374 runs, India finished their chase at 308/8, eventually losing what looked like a one-sided contest by as many as 66 runs. © AP While it may seem that the Indian batting unit didn't step up to the task, the fact is that the visitors had lost the match in the first-half itself when Australia had set a big target. The desperation to accelerate the scoring rate was quite visible in the dismissals of Mayank Agarwal (22), Shreyas Iyer (2), KL Rahul (12) Kohli (21). And, one might say that they could have played a bit sensibly. But, when you're chasing 7.48 runs an over, the ever-increasing asking rate will not allow a batsman to play his natural game. Thus, in all fairness, India witnessed a day where their bowling unit betrayed them big time and left a lot to be expected from the batsmen. Barring Mohammed Shami (3-59), none of the Indian bowlers looked in control, let alone threaten the opposition batsmen. Ravindra Jadeja emerged as the second-best Indian bowler of the lot, conceding at 6.30 runs an over, but his inability to take a wicket did hurt India. © AP However, India's biggest disappointments turned out to be Yuzvendra Chahal and Jasprit Bumrah who looked far from the generally effective and usually influential bowlers that they have been for their side. Amid the absence of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Bumrah had a major responsibility of spearheading the Indian pace attack but the right-arm seamer failed miserably. For a bowler who had a sensational IPL 2020 season, finishing in the list of leading wicket-takers with 27 scalps to his name, Bumrah looked like a shadow of himself at the SCG. Apart from going for boundaries, Bumrah also lacked discipline, bowling two wides and a no-ball. If Bumrah's poor outing hurt India's chances, Chahal's forgettable performance further spelt their doom. © AP Taken to the cleaners by the Aussie batsmen, the Indian leg-spinner conceded 89 runs and had just a wicket to show for his efforts. During his forgettable bowling spell, Chahal conceded five fours and as many sixes. And, just like Bumrah, Chahal, too, lacked discipline as he bowled as many as three wides and a no-ball. Owing to his poor figures of 1-89, Chahal became the most expensive Indian spinner in the history of ODI cricket. Conceding 89 runs in an ODI innings, Chahal broke his own infamous record to further extend his misery. During the 2019 World Cup, Chahal had conceded 88 runs against England to become the most expensive Indian bowler in the ICC event. The premier bowlers going for runs was surely a major dent in India's aspirations to start the Australian tour with a win, but the fact that the visitors are struggling to sneak in some overs from part-timers, especially when their frontline bowlers are going for runs, is another problem that added to their woes. © AP A poor bowling effort and some noticeable lapses in the fielding department did play their part, but the likes of Hardik Pandya (90) and Shikhar Dhawan (74), who added 128 runs for the fifth wicket, kept India in the hunt. From reeling at 101/4, India would have probably lost by a bigger margin if it wasn't for the brilliant partnership between Dhawan and Pandya who eventually perished at crucial junctures in the run-chase. Needless to say, if the Indian bowling unit weren't so poor, who knows, India might have romped their way to an easy win. But, the fact is, Indian bowlers didn't perform well and their team didn't win, they lost. Thus, going in the remaining two matches, India, who now stare at a do-or-die situation in the ODI series, will need their bowling unit to perform a lot better and a bit more responsibly when they take the field in the 2nd ODI on 29th November. View the full article
  2. A worried Indian bowling attack was already in the middle of a beat down thanks to a massive opening partnership between Australian batsmen David Warner and skipper Aaron Finch with Steve Smith putting in the work after Warner’s dismissal. Thankfully Marcus Stoinis’ golden duck helped Virat Kohli relax a bit especially after the Australian’s action-packed season the 2020 Indian Premier League. Glenn Maxwell hitting sixes. Ki haal hai, @lionsdenkxip? #AUSvIND — Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) November 27, 2020 Having said that, the last thing the Men in ‘Retro’ Blue needed at this point was a completely tuned-in Glenn Maxwell looking for blood as he marched towards the pitch. After the quick dismissal of Stoinis, Maxwell joined Smith in the middle in the 41st over. The score read 271 runs at the loss of three wickets and the Indian bowlers were looking for another scalp to throw the Aussie off their game. Maxwell had other plans. Glenn Maxwell hits a six off a switch hit. He didn't hit a single six in the IPL and now fires one with switch hit, his IPL captain KL Rahul is just right behind the stumps. pic.twitter.com/8KQBRpKFOS — Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) November 27, 2020 In just 19 deliveries, Maxwell smashed 45 runs, including five fours and three maximums, including a couple of reverse sweeps and a cheeky switch, something he had failed to do during his IPL 2020 stint with Kings XI Punjab. Maxwell’s brilliant innings could not have come at a better time, especially days after former Indian opener Virender Sehwag not so constructive criticism and with his KXIP skipper KL Rahul standing behind the stumps. Aaron Finch and David Warner set the platform, and then Steve Smith and Glenn Maxwell accelerated. A total beyond India's reach?https://t.co/lP2wRAzzUQ #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/rASJ2DFck0 — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) November 27, 2020 On his Facebook series titled Viru Ki Baithak, the former Indian opener said: "Glenn Maxwell. This 10-crore cheerleader proved costly for Punjab. And he has had a bad record of shirking work over the past few seasons. But this season he went to new extremes." He even went on to say that Maxwell just had himself "a highly-paid vacation". Back then Maxwell used his humble words to beat Sehwag’s outspokenness in the media when he said: "It's ok. Viru is pretty outspoken with his dislike of me, and that's fine. He's allowed to say whatever he likes. He's in the media for such statements, so that's fine. I deal with that and move on, and take it with a grain of salt with Sehwag." And today he spoke with his bat to shut the haters off. View the full article
  3. The Indian cricket team are currently getting absolutely thrashed by Aaron Finch and Team Australia as the score reads 252-1 in 39 overs. Openers David Warner and Steve Smith had a massive 156-run partnership and the skipper has already scored a century in just 118 deliveries. Top Indian bowlers including Yuzvendra Chahal and Navdeep Sain have been taken to school by the batters in yellow caps and the lackadaisical fielding by players like Shikhar Dhawan and Mayank Agarwal leading to boundaries don’t help either. View this post on Instagram Looking at how badly the Men in Blue have returned to the game after the coronavirus lockdown, so far, and the 2020 season of the Indian Premier League, former cricketer and commentator Michael Vaughan has made a bold statement from his Twitter account in which he says that the Aussies are set to beat Virat Kohli and Co “convincingly” in all formats of the game. Early call ... I think Australia will beat India this tour in all formats convincingly ... #AUSvIND — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) November 27, 2020 “Early call ... I think Australia will beat India this tour in all formats convincingly,” he tweeted. The cricket pundit’s bold call received a mixed bag of reactions in which some considered it to be premature, basing their faith Indian skipper Virat Kohli’s ability to chase totals in limited-overs cricket, others were in complete agreement with him. Yes early Call. I think you have not seen Mr. Kohli in chases . — Eshan (@eshan_b) November 27, 2020a rare unpopular opinion from you ;) #OnOn — Sreshth Shah (@sreshthx) November 27, 2020Early call... This tweet will be bumped again and again many times in next two months.. — Rohit Yadav (@cricrohit) November 27, 2020Appalling over rate and limp performance so far. Agree that they will get devoured unless there’s a collective extraction. — jim maxwell (@jimmaxcricket) November 27, 2020I feel that too.. this Indian team is too unstable & lacks experience. Also, the way Aussies missed Warner & Smith when India toured them in 2018, India is missing Rohit & later on will miss Virat in tests! Huge shoes to fill-in these!@MichaelVaughan #AUSvIND #AUSvsIND — Shubham Misra 🧠 (@SBM_4007) November 27, 2020No chance, Aussies have a full line up. — Ben Shaw (@Nortonsandals) November 27, 2020A number of things have played a crucial role in such a massive start to Australia’s batting campaign against India in this series. A flat pitch, direct sunlight in the fielder’s eyes and possibly some IPL fatigue from last month as the commentators suggested. With Team India to bat soon, it will be exciting to see how a Rohit Sharma-less batting order will respond to the tough challenge and what can possibly be a huge total to chase. View the full article
  4. The forgettable year we all have come to know as 2020 might be nearing its much-awaited end, but it still has something in store for cricket fans that is bound to take their minds away from all the disappointments in the recent months. Two of the cricket heavyweights, India and Australia, are set to lock horns in the big-ticket tour we all have been waiting for. The two teams will kickstart the proceedings with the One-Day International series with the 1st ODI scheduled for 27th November at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). Though India is ranked second as compared to Australia who're placed fourth in the ODI rankings, Virat Kohli's men will be wary of the challenge the hosts present playing in their own backyard. View this post on InstagramWith the 32-man squad arriving in Australia earlier this month, Team India, while undergoing mandatory quarantine, is trying to make sure the players are at their prolific best when they take the field against the Aussies. From rigorous fitness training to specialised net sessions, here's a look at how the Indian cricket team is preparing themselves for the Oz challenge: Tackling The Short Ball View this post on Instagram Catches Win Matches View this post on Instagram Time For Some Planks View this post on Instagram Putting In The Hard Strides View this post on Instagram Hustle In The Rain View this post on Instagram Timing It To Perfection Timing them to perfection! #TeamIndia skipper @imVkohli getting batting ready ahead of the first ODI against Australia 🏻🔝 #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/lG1EPoHVKK — BCCI (@BCCI) November 26, 2020 View the full article
  5. India has the highest bribery rate of 39% and the highest rate of people (46%) who use personal connections to access public services
  6. 'Ansar, of age 33 years and father of 3 daughters, was hit & embraced shahadat due to Indian indiscriminate fire,' ISPR says
  7. Pakistan will continue exposing India and not let the world community be misled by Indian propaganda, Foreign Office says
  8. PUBG Mobile is all set to make a comeback in India after the gaming giant announced its return to the county. However, no date has been made public yet. Having said that, PUBG Mobile India will be launching under a different company name i.e. PUBG India Pvt Ltd which was registered a few days ago. The new registration points to the fact that the game is set to launch soon, but we are still waiting for official information at the time of writing this story. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The news was discovered by esports player of TSM esports group Abhijeet Andgare where he shared a screenshot of PUBG India Pvt Ltd registration details. The company has been registered in Karnataka with two high-level management positions. Having said that, PUBG India Pvt Ltd has been listed as a subsidiary of a foreign company. The application for the company registration was filed on November 21st PUBG MOBILE INDIA GETS OFFICIALLY REGISTERED 🏻️ pic.twitter.com/LOOmZQMHZs — Abhijeet Andhare (@TSMentGHATAK) November 23, 2020 After the brief announcement, fans of the game have been wondering when it will make a return in India. Some users have been able to spot the APK file of the game on third-party websites however there’s no saying how authentic they could be. Having said that, the new registration information shows that the game is indeed being prepped for a launch soon with registrations for the game open on the ‘Tap Tap’ app. © Reuters Last week the company confirmed that players will be able to bring their stats and in-game purchases from the original game. We aren’t entirely sure how this will work but seems like it will be as simple as logging into your account from the app. The game is also expected to bring India-specific changes but there is no word whether new maps will be introduced at the moment. We are keeping a close eye at the launch of the upcoming battle-royale game and will update as soon as we have more information available. View the full article
  9. Evidence in dossier shows how India is backing terrorists and how India seeks to target CPEC projects, says foreign minister
  10. As we sit back on a chilly Saturday morning, sipping on a warm cup of tea, all cosied up in our thick blankets with our geysers switched on to get piping hot water on demand, a video has surfaced on the internet that shows what it takes for us, the common people of India, to be able to afford all these luxuries. Undefeatable...Unshakeable Jai Hind 🇮🇳 @adgpi #Ladakh pic.twitter.com/tmccMjFrmn — Major Surendra Poonia (@MajorPoonia) November 21, 2020 This video, shared by Special Forces Veteran Major Surendra Poonia on Twitter is reportedly of Ladakh in which one of the jawans of the Indian Army can be seen on duty, in what can only be described as unbelievably extreme weather conditions. With the place absolutely submerged in snow, the soldier in black uniform is stationed to guard a spot with nothing but a rifle in his hands and the sheer resolve to not move away until he receives further instructions from his Commanding Officer. © Reuters Apart from the cruelly-low temperatures and all the snow, it is also the wind that makes the surroundings way colder than it would have been without the wind. Indians came together in hailing the soldier and all the other defence personnel who have dedicated their lives to protect the integrity of the nation and fight off terror and invaders at the borders. Pranams to those great souls standing in for the peace of all of us they stand for a purpose not knowing if they will live the next minite..and stand beyond all the unwanted political fights the clowns have here.. — Ganesh (@GaneshMylapore) November 21, 2020Undeniably and unquestionably the most respected humans in this world - the Defence forces. We wouldn't be living our lives the way we desire, if it wasn't for you men — Shubha Tiwari Asthana (@ShubhaTiwari2) November 21, 2020Bharat Mata Ki Jai Thank you Soldiers for everything you do for our country ।।ॐ गं गणपतये नमः।।#Justice4MCIEmployees — Mango Man (@MiglGaurav) November 21, 2020Koti Koti Pranaam You all make us safe n secured. Patriotic feeling is swelling up in my chest with pride. Jai Hind Ki Sena 🇮🇳 — 🇮🇳☸️ Desh, Dharm & Dhaiv Sanatan🇮🇳 (@DharmBhakt) November 21, 2020Cost of Freedom and Democracy.. Salute !! — Hari Shankar Singh Kandari 🇮🇳 (@hsskindia) November 21, 2020 “Cost of freedom and democracy,” indeed. Now, to those who feel that nobody forced these men to become soldiers and say that they could have been anything else but chose to put their lives on the line, I get your point, but the fact that they are willing to sacrifice themselves so that we can peacefully sleep at night is worth acknowledging and showing respect towards. You don’t have to go out and start shouting slogans in favour of our soldiers unnecessarily, but you must realise the value of the lavishness with which you can afford to live your lives. There is someone who has not even met you and has no idea who you are, but is still ready to die for you in a heartbeat. © Reuters Real patriotism isn’t when you go on live television and shout your lungs out “Bharat Mata Ki Jai”. As George Orwell once said “By 'patriotism' I mean devotion to a particular place and a particular way of life, which one believes to be the best in the world but has no wish to force upon other people.” There is no better symbol of real patriotism than this soldier, standing his ground against nature and those who wish to take away this country’s dignity. View the full article
  11. Global leaders urged to not only ?indict and sanction? India, but to expose it so crimes against humanity can be stopped
  12. The PlayStation 5 has launched in almost every market around the world yesterday including in regions like Europe, South America and parts of Asia. However, for Indian PlayStation fans, there isn’t even an official release date set for the console. The PlayStation 5 launched in certain regions on November 12th and held a staggered launch schedule for other regions. Having said that, the last we heard from PlayStation India was about the official prices of the console for the country. © Unsplash/dennis-cortes The Indian Playstation community has been quite vocal on social media platforms demanding a launch date or any kind of answer from Sony PlayStation India. Some fans even reached out to former President of SIE Worldwide Studios and current Head of Independent Developer Initiative Shuhei Yoshida for answers. Yoshida responded to some of the queries with “Sorry about the no news.” There could be several reasons as to why the console’s launch has been delayed in India. However, a source familiar to the matter at one of the official retailers tells us on the condition of anonymity that “Sony India does not want to do a half baked launch in India and have a situation where there aren’t enough consoles at launch,” hinting to avoid a similar situation as the Series X launch in India where it went out of stock within minutes. While this statement could have some weight to it, there seems to be more at play than just stock allocation problems. © JustDial (For representation purpose only) While this may just be a part of the story, a recent report by The Mako Reaktor tells a different tale when it comes to Sony PlayStation India’s decision making process. A source familiar with Sony’s plans tells the website “Sony India’s hands are tied when it comes to announcing a release date for the country. Decisions for which regions get the PS5 are taken at a global level on the basis of sales and life-time value per user (i.e. how many games, subscriptions, and other services users buy in addition to purchasing a console).” The report also added that the final decision for anything related to PlayStation in India is handled by a team sitting out of Dubai. It could be that PlayStation officials are still figuring out stock allocation for India as the console has been facing shortages around the world at launch. Earlier this year, a report by Bloomberg suggested Sony could be facing production problems due to issues with its custom-designed system-on-chip for the new console. The report suggested Sony is facing production yields as low as 50% for the new custom chip and that could be the reason behind stock shortages around the world. Due to stock shortages, Sony could be prioritising markets on the basis of sales and life-time value per user as The Mako Reactor suggests. © BCCL PlayStation is currently the market leader in India for gaming consoles having the largest market share at around 84% according to data compiled by website Statcounter: © Statcounter It would be interesting to see whether Sony PlayStation India would announce an official release date in the coming days or weeks. Due to constant pressure from fans, Sony PlayStation India recently released a new statement about the availability of the PlayStation 5 in India: pic.twitter.com/e7nMdvmYgx — PlayStation India (@PlayStationIN) November 13, 2020 View the full article
  13. Rohit Sharma has been the most successful cricketer in the history of the Indian Premier League for the past couple of years as far as the most number of championship titles are concerned (6). He is also only the second captain (after MS Dhoni) to become champion for two consecutive seasons and his side remained a level above the rest of the league in the Points Table this year proving that his leadership skills have been elite for a while now. IPL 2020 Points Table: IPL 2020 Team Rankings, Net Run Rate 🥳🥳 Play & Win Cash Prize - https://t.co/PaAoFqqpRx#IPL2020 #IPL #FantasyTrading #indianpremiumleague #BCCI #india #ICC pic.twitter.com/r2z7yDhpuE — Sixer11 (@Sixer11play) October 29, 2020 So why has the Indian cricket team not taken notice of this and made him the captain of the Men in Blue, at least in the shortest format of the game? Yes, the selectors have talked about how they do not consider IPL to be a good enough platform to pick players for the national team but why can it not be a criterion to decide who will lead the squad? View this post on Instagram It turns out that former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir feels the same way. In an interview with ESPNcricinfo Gambhir said: "If Rohit Sharma doesn't become India's captain, it's their loss, not Rohit's. Yes, a captain is only as good as his team and I completely agree with that, but what are the parameters to judge a captain on who is good and who isn't? The parameters and benchmark should be the same. Rohit has led his team to five IPL titles".If you look at the current Team India captain in all three formats of the game, Virat Kohli is without doubt the most suitable man from the current roster to lead the team in red ball cricket. But when it comes to white ball cricket, specifically T20 cricket, he has been subpar to average as a skipper (not a batsman or a fielder). View this post on Instagram A decent record with the national team, Kohli’s legacy as an IPL captain for Royal Challengers Bangalore is a huge stain on his reputation. Regardless of how great his team and coaching staff is, his RCb finds a way to tank and perish when it matters the most. Gambhir also believes that the idea of distributing the duties of a captain between two proven leaders will only add to Team India’s strength. He says: "They can also consider split-captaincy. No one is poor. Rohit has shown in white-ball cricket how big the difference is between his and Virat's captaincy. One player had led his team to five titles, the other hasn't won yet. I'm not saying this because Kohli is a poor captain.” View this post on Instagram He concluded: "But he has received the same platform that Rohit has, so you have to judge both of them on the same parameters. Both have been captains in the IPL for the same length of time. I feel Rohit stands out as a leader." View the full article
  14. Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic and the brief ban on PUBG Mobile, the eSports industry in India faced a string of challenges to host tournaments in India. However, Qualcomm has now announced its first-ever mobile Esports program, Snapdragon Conquest, in India. The company has started to show a deep interest in the mobile gaming eSports industry and is now looking to host its own tournament starting with the Battle-Royale game Garena Free Fire. The tournament is called the 'Snapdragon Conquest' and has a prize money of INR 50,00,000 as the company is looking to host multiple events throughout the year. © Qualcomm Rajen Vagadia, Vice President, Qualcomm India Private Limited and President, Qualcomm India & SAARC, said, “India is a mobile-first industry. The phenomenal rise of mobile gaming in India is driving not just the demand for better devices in the industry but also need for a richer ecosystem and more diverse opportunities for mobile gamers. The Snapdragon brand is known for delivering superior gaming experiences. Our work with the larger ecosystem of OEMs, game developers and publishers is helping us learn and provide an upgraded gaming experience across multiple price tiers. We are really excited about the launch of Snapdragon Conquest, our new gaming program. With Snapdragon Conquest, we are creating a community that challenges the competitive skills of gamers, allowing us a deeper understanding of the gaming needs of all our users in India.” © Garena The tournament will not have any entry/registration fee for teams who want to participate in the tournament and will be broadcasted live via their official channels and a player’s individual live stream. Qualcomm has not set an official date for the commencement of the tournament, however, it is soon expected to be announced via their official Indian social media handles. Qualcomm Technologies has not clarified whether there will be any limit on the number of teams that can participate and how the tournament will be conducted at the moment. We expect to hear more details about the entire process in the coming days and will update the story when we hear more. View the full article
  15. Excessive construction and little to no greenery is adding to declining air quality in Lahore and New Delhi
  16. Just a couple of months after PUBG Mobile's official ban in India, we already have a new version of the game coming. This new version of the game, according to the devs, is specifically made for the Indian players and it'll have some India-specific elements in-game. But it turns out the original version of the game is still working just fine in the country despite the ban. According to a few people, it looks like PUBG Mobile is working for them and it's apparently been playable all along since the day it was banned. Tushar from XDA Developers recently tried playing the game on his phone and found out that it was working. You can check his tweet below - Can't keep calm 'cause PUBG Mobile has now started working for me in India again.#pubgindia #PUBGMOBILE pic.twitter.com/ormdyfpvvy — Tushar Mehta 🤳 (@thetymonbay) November 17, 2020 A lot of people in the tweet thread have mentioned that they are still playing the game in India. In fact, some even claim that the servers never went down for them, to begin with. That being said, it's also worth pointing out that it isn't working for everyone and it may show you a region error code. For those of you who don't know, PUBG Mobile recently announced that their servers were shutting down for good and the game won't be playable after that even if you had the game installed. But we just learned about this and we're not entirely sure what's cooking behind the scene. © Reuters In any case, we're getting a new version of the game and it's said to come out very soon. So we suggest you hold tight and wait for an official announcement instead of scratching your head over something that's clearly not meant to work here. In the meantime, you can also check out some PUBG Mobile alternatives. View the full article
  17. The COVID-19 lockdown prompted a lot of migrant workers to return to their villages. Apparently, there was a spike in mobile data usage at that time in the rural areas as all the workers are assumed to have rapidly used up their data allowances. The same has been confirmed by some senior industry analysts and executives. This trend continued well till September when the workers started returning to the cities after the lockdown restrictions were slowly eased. These usage patterns strongly contributed to the overall data usage levels. © Reuters Jio and Airtel's expansion in rural areas also acted as a catalyst to this new trend. As a result, rural consumption now accounts for roughly 45% of overall mobile data usage, and urban usage makes up 55%. This is a significant change compared to the 40:60 ratio before the COVID-19 lockdown. While speaking to ET, a top telco executive said, "Post-lockdowns, rural mobile data usage for the Big 3 telcos grew by 30-35% sequentially in the June quarter, which was much sharper than the estimated 15-20% rise in urban data usage". It's, however, worth pointing out that there has been a decline in rural voice minutes during the same period. The rural voice minutes usage fell 5% sequentially in the June quarter as the volume of urban-to-rural voice calls dropped as migrant workers went home. © Reuters It'll be interesting to see how the usage pattern changes now that the lockdown restrictions have been eased and the migrants are back in the cities. We'd love to see more users being retained in the rural areas. Source: ET View the full article
  18. According to a few reports, it looks like some Xiaomi and Poco phone users are facing bootup issues on their devices. The devices are showing a weird message that reads "Find device closed unexpectedly" and eventually reboots. And on top of that, this seems to be happening repeatedly, which is quite annoying, to say the least. Although the exact reason for this is unknown, some users have suggested that the glitch was caused after Airtel Thanks App got a new update. Looks like the new version of the app has some issue with MIUI's Find My Device settings. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer From what we know so far, it looks like the Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 9 Pro Max and Poco M2 Pro users are facing the issue. Xiaomi has also acknowledged the issue and said they're working with Airtel to fix the problem. However, the company did not disclose the exact reason for the current issue. "While we are working on fixing the issue with the App developer and rollout out a permanent update by early next week, we have put temporary containment measures in place, over the last 36 hours. This fix may need consumers to get their devices at a service center", Xiaomi said in an official statement. Airtel also responded with the company’s Global CIO Harmeen Mehta sharing a post on Twitter. Check it out - Some @airtelindia customers are experiencing phone crashes on MI phones. We have worked with Xaomi to find the cause & they are preparing a fix. Meanwhile we have put a small tweak in the airtel #Thanksapp to help. Please open the app once to effect new settings. #HappyDiwali2020 — Harmeen Mehta (@HarmeenM) November 14, 2020 As of now, we don't have any word on the update's rollout. We'll keep an eye on this issue and update here when we have more info. View the full article
  19. Ambassador said India has waged 20 wars since independence, fomented terrorism and instability across region
  20. 'Pakistan will continue to highlight to the int?l community India?s state sponsorship of terrorism and destabilizing activities'
  21. After seven years of negotiations, the Narendra Modi-led government dropped out of the RCEP-related talks
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