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  1. یہ منہ اور مسور کی دال مسور کی دال بھی سوچ میں ہو گئی کہ کس منحوس کے ساتھ ملا دیا مجھے ۔

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  2. 'Kurkure has plastic' – a phrase that has existed as long as the internet has, or maybe longer. Oh, and also the fake news that one employee has mixed a drop of their 'HIV positive' blood in Pepsi and other drinks so don't drink that. These fake news have spread like wildfire over the years, and honestly it'll be hard to find one person who has never heard of it or gotten a WhatsApp forward warning about this. But, looks like PepsiCo is totally done with all the bullshit and decided to go on a witch-hunt. The company is currently a little too busy getting all the tweets claiming “Kurkure has plastic” deleted from the internet forever. Maybe they realized how people are getting way more conscious of plastic pollution and didn't want people to boycott the product, even as a joke. They are also going after the videos of people literally burning Kurkure as a proof. I mean, that's great that people were so curious about a seemingly ridiculous claim that they went and actually burned Kurkure, that's best internet content right there. © YouTube It has been an age old discussion on the internet and one Quora user provided a somewhat good explanation: “Kurkure does melt when you burn it, but again most of the salty snacks do the same. It burns because it contains carbohydrates. The plastic-like substance that you see in Kurkure is nothing but starch.” But, this hilarious joke has been going on for such a long time and now has a life of its own, so PepsiCo needed to take some action. Reportedly, the company has obtained an interim order from the Delhi High Court which instructs social media platforms to immediately block years of “defamatory” posts. Moreover, the same petition also says that the company has invested more than â¹2 crores to dispel the Kurkure rumours and in addition has also demanded damages worth â¹2.1 crore from the defendants in addition to the links being ordered to block. A Twitter user with the handle @Nikhiljoisr posted the defamation documents against Twitter, since one of his tweets was also being used as 'evidence'. Someone from PepsiCo India is suing Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google, and YouTube regarding defamation of one of their products and a tweet from my old account is being used as part of the evidence...I don't even... pic.twitter.com/sxkWTUIPwG — Nikhil Jois (@nikhiljoisr) July 21, 2018 Wait, there's more. Take this exchange between @prasanto and Kurkure's Twitter handle — this tweet has been withheld in India in spite of the fact that he was clearly referring to fake news and not spreading it — a fact that PepsiCo was specifically made aware of. And this tweet is from 2014. pic.twitter.com/ixOqMtCjeY — Aroon Deep (@AroonDeep) July 26, 2018 Most of the people were just highlighting the fact that it was all fake news. Or take this tweet by @BuzzFeedIndia, which makes fun of WhatsApp forwards. It is also no longer accessible if your Twitter location is set to India. Here's the link, see for yourself: https://t.co/VgEHMMgp2I pic.twitter.com/cyiU0SOcZC — Aroon Deep (@AroonDeep) July 26, 2018 What is even happening anymore? Or take this jibe by @samitbasu on Kurkure's taste — this too has been withheld in India. PepsiCo first seemed to take this comment in good humour, and later moved the Delhi High Court to get Twitter to take the post down. pic.twitter.com/EZGvja2rmi — Aroon Deep (@AroonDeep) July 26, 2018 Twitter, YouTube and Facebook have all taken down the linked posts — including the jokes — that @PepsiCo's lawyers listed. Or at least they have in India. PepsiCo did not comment on whether they have tried to get tweets taken down in other countries where they operate. pic.twitter.com/1aboUHjl6D — Aroon Deep (@AroonDeep) July 26, 2018 No one cares about screenshots, apparently. My favourite part about Pepsi's lawsuit is that they only took down tweets that would show up in a search for "plastic" & "Kurkure". They're cool with screenshot tweets, though, apparently... https://t.co/bRaKoQQVAd — Sahil Rizwan (@SahilRiz) July 26, 2018 But, that's enough stuff. Let's come back to the hilarious outcome of this lawsuit – the number of jokes about Kurkure containing plastic has increased. I don't think PepsiCo really considered the possibility of this backfiring spectacularly. Yes, why would anyone think that? Just shocking to me that people would even tweet that KURKURE IS MADE OF PLASTIC without cross checking it. Just shocking how people can make the assumption that KURKURE IS MADE OF PLASTIC. Why would anyone think KURKURE CONTAINS PLASTIC? — Tanmay Bhat (@thetanmay) July 26, 2018 Exactly. Did you know: Plastic is made of Kurkure. — Aisi Taisi Democracy (@AisiTaisiDemo) July 26, 2018 Good 'Mean Girls' reference. Talking to Kurkure be like pic.twitter.com/pkiNbaZ3m7 — Rohan Venkataramakrishnan (@RohanV) July 26, 2018 You can still do it! So Pepsi took down a bunch of tweets about Kurkure being plastic? Man just when I was thinking of recycling them — Akkan Just Miss (@sridhar_deepak) July 26, 2018 Oops. I don't know if Kurkure tastes like plastic but if that's what plastic tastes like I'm never having plastic in my life even if the world runs out of food. — Sayantan Ghosh (@sayantansunnyg) July 26, 2018 AIB always kills it with their meme game. This is so sad, can we burn that snack down A post shared by All India Bakchod (@allindiabakchod) on Jul 26, 2018 at 2:10am PDT I think people are now just experimenting and waiting to see if their tweet will get deleted. Wow super weird that pepsico would choose to make a tasty snacc like kurkure out of plastic — Bring Back Hercules Rum (@SunkenStoneShip) July 27, 2018
  3. waqas dar

    Shair ik vari fer

    PTI k nakaam jalsoo k baad k halaaat Imran khan ky

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  4. While sports fanatics were engrossed with the events unfolding at the FIFA World Cup, the Indian cricket team began their much-anticipated tour of England to a comparatively lesser fanfare. For a team that was touted to get a tough competition in the hostile territory, Team India did relatively well to kick-start their campaign with a 2-1 win in the Twenty20 International (T20I) series. Building on their momentum, Virat Kohli's men continued to get the better of the hosts before taking a 1-0 lead in the three-match One-Day International (ODI) series. In the second ODI at Lord's, the Englishmen bounced back with a much-improved showing to register a comprehensive 86-run victory and, in turn, leveling the series 1-1. © Twitter With the series evenly poised, both the teams will surely be eager to put their best foot forward, as Leeds plays host to what appears to be a befitting finale. And, ahead of the crucial clash, the visitors got a major boost after Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who missed the last three games for India, was seen sweating it out in the nets. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) recently shared a video of the Indian seamer bowling in one of their practice sessions. While the sight of Bhuvi bowling in the nets has surely bolstered his side, his rare error - a no-ball - which is clearly visible in the video, made him a subject of immense criticism. Look who's having a go at the nets.#ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/D7LMR2GVVt — BCCI (@BCCI) July 16, 2018 Over-stepping during his delivery stride, Bhuvi attracted all sorts of comments from the Indian fans, who wasted no time in trolling the Indian bowler. Fixing ki practice.. ð — AJAY (@AJsmilemerchant) July 16, 2018 No ball fek rha Hai. — Smit Vijay (@vj_smit) July 16, 2018 And that's a huge no ball!! ð — Vinnie (@VinayNagaraju1) July 16, 2018 That's a net practice and they don't mind about no balls while practising about line and length. You'll know this if you have ever been to nets. — Nandivardhan (@nandivardhan917) July 17, 2018 huge overstepping — Aditya Acharya (@aadiacharya) July 16, 2018 Its a big no ball ðð — ð®ð³ Anuradha ð®ð³ (@AnuRadha9082) July 16, 2018 It's a very huge no ball. So not bhuvi.ð — Manish (@i_manish17) July 17, 2018 Important thing to note is he is overstepping.. That's why our bowlers bowl no balls in match situations. — tarun sharma (@tarun_sharma_82) July 16, 2018 On the other hand, if Bhuvi manages to clear his fitness test ahead of the series decider, it will undoubtedly be a major boost for the Indian bowling department, which was pretty much all over the place in the second ODI against England. Bhuvneshwar's inclusion will not only add teeth to the Indian bowling unit but could also restrict England from getting off to a flyer early on.
  5. After a goalless halftime and a tough competition from The Red Devils, France finally clinched victory and an entry into the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals last evening, thanks to Samuel Umtiti. Umtiti's kickass header in the 51st minute turned his team's fate for good and sent them into the finals, where they will now compete with either England or Croatia this Sunday. The last time the French football team won the World Cup was in 1998, so it will definitely be a big deal if they get to pick the trophy this time. © Twitter After 2006, Les Bleus have now got another opportunity to prove their mettle on the biggest stage and probably mute England's 'It's coming home' chants that have been doing rounds for some time now. As expected, after the match the French fans went berserk and they have all the reasons to do so because France just paved its way towards bringing the trophy home after 20 years. Twitter was flooded with hashtags like FRABEL and fans had all sorts of memes and jokes to make on both the winning and the losing team. We guess that's the beauty of this game and Twitter, no one and nothing is left unnoticed. Thierry Henry sneaking into the France changing room right now like... pic.twitter.com/rgyB024PzB — Footy Humour (@FootyHumour) July 10, 2018 ð£ Alan Shearer: “How do you defend against a guy like Mbappé?” ð¤·‍âï¸ ð£ Rio Ferdinand: “You look up and say 'Please help'.” ð ððð pic.twitter.com/V0el12JBoH — ð­ð· vs ð´ó §ó ¢ó ¥ó ®ó §ó ¿ Football Tweet (@Football__Tweet) July 10, 2018 Thierry Henry after France beat Belgium (ð·: @tzcntzcn ) #FRABEL #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/bCWdqjqiW2 — 9GAG Football â½ (@9GAGFootball) July 10, 2018 1998 was a great year for France... pic.twitter.com/GGUO6ZVUSf — Football Zion (@FootballZion) July 10, 2018 Live images of Kylian Mbappe's legs..#WorldCup #FRA #BEL #FRABEL pic.twitter.com/6F8vB7Q1IX — Witty Footy (@Witty_Footy) July 10, 2018 People lost their money after betting that Belgium is taking itðð#FRABEL pic.twitter.com/L8YLWqGWF5 — KOKETSO DITSHEGO (@koketsomiscutek) July 10, 2018 However, there were some fans who were disappointed with the referee's decisions over giving yellow card to Belgium in case of Kylian Mbappé and not to France when Eden Hazard fell. In fact, many fans even mocked Mbappé. France: *gets touched by 1 finger* ref: yellow card for Belgium vs Belgium: *gets tackled really hard* ref: just keep playing nothing happened uwu#FRABEL — sarah â¡ (@ultschengstin) July 10, 2018 #FRABEL Eden Hazard ganged on the ground = No foul Pogba is brushed or gets his hair messed up = Yellow card Double standard refereeing in a nutshell! This worldcup is rigged to the core. — NeuralQwaruch (@NeuralQwaruch) July 10, 2018 This post and the first comment ðð¼ðð¼ðð¼ #FRABEL #redtogether pic.twitter.com/up0CD72sLT — Laure ð§ðª (@xerual) July 10, 2018 This was not football, smth was going on here that was not right. France was allowed much more mistakes than we were and the ref cut us of about 3 times at the point where we were about to go for the goal... I'm sorry France but Iost all the respect I had for your team. #FRABEL — Charlotte (@charlotte_http) July 10, 2018 Mbappe falls Ref: oh nooo baby, here's a yellow card to Belgium, here have a bandage are u okay??ð Hazard falls Ref: lmao get up ***** #FRABEL pic.twitter.com/oMqi5BbRfA — aycað¸ (@seokjinsocks) July 10, 2018 Kylian Mbappe was running the show while Eden Hazard, De Bruyne and Fellaini were trying their best to get past the French defence. However, when they did manage to sneak past the defenders, Hugo Lloris stood tall and kept making incredible saves.
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