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  1. Egypt Mohamed Salah takes part in a training session in Yekaterinburg. Photo: AFPYEKATERINBURG, RUSSIA: Mohamed Salah was not included in Egypt´s starting line-up for their World Cup opener against Uruguay on Friday following his shoulder...
  2. The former COAS claimed that a number of political leaders are ready to withdraw their candidates in his favour. Photo: FileDUBAI: Former President General (retd) Pervaiz Musharraf said on Sunday that the Supreme Court's 'ambiguous' verdict has...
  3. “Low plastic stool, cheap but delicious noodles, cold Hanoi beer.” That's how I'll remember Tony. He taught us about food — but more importantly about its ability to bring people together. To make us a little less afraid of the unknown. We'll miss him.” This was the tribute that former President Barack Obama — a man everyone likes — tweeted yesterday on learning about celebrity chef, author, and TV personality Anthony Bourdain's death. As it turns out, Obama really liked Bourdain. The duo had sat down for a meal in Vietnam at an unassuming noodle shop for one of the most popular episodes of the latter's show 'Parts Unknown'. One look at the episode and you know that it's definitely the most fun Obama has had in a long time. He wasn't alone. Obama's affection for “Tony” was matched by countless people across the world — some friends and most strangers — who poured their heart out in condolences on social media. All of them had one thing in common: They thought the world of Anthony Bourdain. It's not difficult to see why. After all, most of us have at some point or the other, aspired to be him or at least inherit his curious adventurer self so devoid of cynicism. I know, I did. Who wouldn't want to say a giant screw you to responsibilities, travel to every corner of the world, and taste the delicacies they had to offer? All of us. Yet, Bourdain was the one who got to do that, day in and out. By now, a simple Google search must have filled you on the details: The 61-year-old Anthony Bourdain was found dead in his hotel room in France, where he was shooting the next episode of his Emmy-Winning show 'Parts Unknown'. Believe it or not, the cause of death was suicide. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in 1978, Bourdain spent time at numerous kitchens in different roles before working his way up as Executive Chef at Brasserie Las Halles (where his fans are now paying their respects by leaving heartfelt notes). An impromptu essay in the New Yorker called “Don't Eat Before Reading This” catapulted him into the limelight and led to his bestselling book “Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly”. Even though he wrote a sequel to the book, Bourdain swiftly moved on to the lucrative world of TV, hosting three different variation of the same show on three different channels, before ending up at CNN with 'Parts Unknown'. Besides how unexpected it was, the news of his death managed to send consistent shockwaves around the world only because of how familiar Bourdain felt. He felt like the cool dad we always wanted to have, the fun uncle who taught us how to live, but most importantly for all of his fans (and I'm sure there are innumerable of them) he felt like a long-lost friend, who really liked cold beer and absolutely hated brunch. Come to think of it, much of his TV persona was based on how accessible he was. Unlike other “celebrity” chefs, he would never put himself in the centre. It didn't matter which country his show took him to, Bourdain would always ensure that his presence was merely incidental. He would promptly assume the role of a speaker and let the culture and inhabitants of the country speak about themselves and their food. In doing so, he opened up unbelievable parts of the world to us, and dared us to explore it, without appropriating. It's the simple stuff, really, but also the ones most chefs nowadays seem to forget. But not Bourdain. For he, knew how to separate the travel with tourism. Nearly all of Bourdain's travel writing too depended on this unique ability of his to just live in the moment and make the most of it. Take for instance, his recommendation on what to do in Paris: “Most of us are lucky to see Paris once in a lifetime. Please, make the most of it by doing as little as possible. Eat. Catch a breakfast buzz. Have a nap. Try and have *** if you can, just not with a mime. Eat again. Lounge around drinking coffee. Mabe read a book. Drink some wine. Eat. Repeat. See? It's easy.” That was what Bourdain's personality was all about: easy. As an interviewer profiling him once observed, it was just impossible to not like him. Whoever met him has admitted about feeling “alive” after a conversation with him. Heck, even journalists have gone on the record marveling at how he would always remember their names and ensure he gave them good quotes. Then there was the heartwarming story of how he published the book of the 86-year-old critic who wrote an upbeat review about a new opening of an Olive Garden but was mocked by people on the internet, who have become blind to niceness. Bourdain, on the other hand, thought her writings had a “valuable POV of small-town American dining” and even wrote the foreword for the book. But, the one incident that will forever hold Bourdain's memory in unfailing good light is his unflinching support for girlfriend Asia Argento after she accused Harvey Weinstein of rape and made a powerful statement against him at Cannes. In his own words, “He was a fucking feminist.” And, yet the man who was everyone's role-model and would probably be described as being “full of life” ended up being the one who would take his own life. It's a sad irony to contend with, but even sadder is acknowledging the fact that Bourdain was suffering from acute depression. To the world, who thought the world of him, he channeled the persona of the man who's got it all. And, I suspect it is this expectation that forced him to look at his “personal unhappiness as his own failing”. After all, what can you be depressed about when you're Anthony fucking Bourdain? Turns out, a lot. To be fair, the signs were always there. Bourdain spent most of his early life struggling with drug abuse, self-destructive behaviour, and his own anger. His parents' divorce certainly added to the scar; which was further wounded by two failed marriages of his own. In fact, in one of the episodes of 'Parts Unknown', he went as far as admitting that he was depressed. Talking about a harmless hamburger, he said, “It's an insignificant thing, it's a small thing, it's a hamburger, but it's not a good one. Suddenly, I look at the hamburger and I find myself in a spiral of depression that can last for days.” If there's one thing we should take back from Bourdain's untimely fact, it's the unpleasant truth that depression wins over the best of us. That, even the ones who have it all are people wrestling with their inner demons. That it is unfair of us to expect people like Bourdain to feel guilty about their sadness. That we can't expect strong and people like Bourdain to be strong at all times. But most importantly, that we can't — and shouldn't — accuse him of “throwing away his life”. He didn't owe us his life. Instead, we must realise how difficult his inner demons made living for him. Afterall, depression doesn't discriminate; it makes prisoners out of the most creative of us. To borrow Obama's words, “We'll miss him”.
  4. Fazlur Rehman addressing a press conference in Islamabad-Geo NewsISLAMABAD: Jamiat-Ulema-Islam-F (JUI-F) chief Fazlur Rehman on Tuesday voiced his opposition over the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa-FATA merger bill, saying the bill was passed without...
  5. Protesters walk behind a banner which reads, "We're held up - The greater Paris" during a demonstration by French unions and the France Insoumise" (France Unbowed) political party to protest against government reforms. Photo: Reuters PARIS:...
  6. We are still reeling from the 'Avengers' hangover and the true Marvel Cinematic Universe fans can't get over the massive loss they faced in the Infinity War. While some can't understand the craze around the movie, there are some who are totally invested in the MCU. © Marvel Said to be one of the best movies till date, the movie came in as a treat for those who have waited to watch this since the last 10 years. It was amazing to see how the superheroes have transformed over these years. And finally, we were introduced to mighty Thanos. The biggest antagonist fought against the Avengers and got hold of all the infinity stones and destroyed half of the world with just a snap of his finger. By the time the movie came to an end, we were heartbroken with the deaths of our favourite superheroes. But the post credit scene did give us hopes and we are pretty excited that Marvel's most powerful superhero Captain Marvel will be making her debut. © Marvel While we still can't get over this loss, we believe that the superheroes who died will return. A new synopsis of 'Avengers 4' was dropped and it is everything many of us have waited for. The synopsis gives us an insight of what might be in store for us. © Giphy The latest issue of License Global released the synopsis which states, “A culmination of 22 interconnected films the fourth installment of the Avengers saga will draw audiences to witness the turning point of this epic journey. Our beloved heroes will truly understand how fragile this reality is and the sacrifices that must be made to uphold it.” © Marvel Certain things have caught our attention: 1. A massive 'sacrifice' will be made, which means that theories around Avengers using the Time Stone and Reality Stone to beat Thanos will actually take place. But this time some deaths will be real. Well, the thought of it makes us want to weep. The last thing we want to see is Iron Man, Thor or Captain America dying!!!!!! What is it on the set of Infinty War 4 ðª By @dcmarvelcomicsmovies #dccomics #ironman #comics #film #movie #serie #infintywar #antman #vancouver #captainamerica #cw #cosplay #superman #greenarrow #flash #dc #arrow #devoe #teamflash #timeline #theflash #wonderwoman #centralcity #thethinker #speedster #avengers #grantgustin #snowbarry #earth2 #marvel A post shared by Barry Allen (@theflash_actu) on Jan 11, 2018 at 12:03am PST Official plot sinopsis dari Avengers 4, judulnya kapan nih di release ? ------------------------------ #marvelstudios #marvel #marvelcinematicuniverse #marvelindo #marvelindonesia #comics #infinitywar #captainmarvel #spiderman #ironman #hulk #thor #captainamerica #blackpanther #vision #antman #disney #thanos #guardiansofgalaxy #Disneyindonesia #Avengers #AvengersInfinityWar #marvelcomics #trailerbreakdown #marveltheories #deadpool2 #dcuniverse #avengers4 #avengersindonesia #thanosdemandsyoursilence ------------------------------ Subscribe youtube channel kita ya, link in bio :) A post shared by Berakdown Universe ID (@breakdown.universe) on May 22, 2018 at 11:43pm PDT 2. The 'Avengers 4' Set Photo somewhere links to the theory that the superheroes who are alive will go back in time and fight, which will be the 'turning point' as per the synopsis. © Giphy 3. Remember Doctor Strange pointing out that out of 14 billion possibilities, the Avengers were able to defeat Thanos only once? The synopsis confirms that the reality stone will be used this time for sure. 4. Also, it is expected that Tony Stark might travel back in time with Ant-Man to save and change things. For people who are not aware Ant-Man possesses the ability to travel through the quantum realm, and Tony Stark will be seen accompanying him to get the task done. OH MY GOD TONY WILL GO BACK IN TIME AND DISGUISE HIMSELF AS ONE OF THESE SHIELD AGENTS IM ACTUALLY SCREAMING pic.twitter.com/XXZs2KASu2 — melekâï¸ (@Lokieed) May 14, 2018 Recently, even Gwyneth Paltrow aka Pepper Potts who plays Tony Stark's fiancé gave us an 'Avengers 4' spoiler that has left us feeling unbelievably excited. © Marvel She said, “Pepper and Tony have had a really long journey together. She obviously starts as his dutiful assistant, and then the relationship evolves, and now this decade later they're married, and they have a child. Their relationship has evolved in all of the ways that great romances evolve.” In 'Avengers 4' we will see Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson and Chris Hemsworth battling against Thanos one final time. 'Avengers 4' is a very important movie because it will give a significant conclusion and closure to the Marvel comic book franchise. For ages, Marvel fans have waited for this day and it will get over on May 3, 2019. While we are still mourning the loss of our favourite superheroes, here are the upcoming Marvel movies you should watch.