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  1. With the wedding season comes some of the greatest responsibilities, like keeping your stomach empty enough to stuff that extra golgappa or gulab jamun, or singing the lyrics of 'Ishq Tera Tadpave' while dancing just so you can shout Oh Ho Ho Ho when the DJ stops, or picking a perfect wedding gift that won't be forwarded like the box of Soan Papdi we get on Diwali. While we can't help you with the first two, we just found the perfect wedding gift that you can give someone and be remembered as a legend for generations to come. And the credit goes to the friends of this Tamil Nadu couple who turned people's misery into a great opportunity. Onions have become so expensive that people are crying just looking at them, forget chopping them. So what better gift can there be than onions to show someone how much you love them. Reuters And that's exactly what the friends of a couple, getting married at Manjakuppam in Cuddalore, did. They gifted the bride and groom a bouquet made from 2.5 kg of onions. According to reports, one of the friends said, "onion is sold at Rs. 195 a kg eating into the budget of the commoners. So we bought 2.5 kg at Rs.500 from a store in Cuddalore and presented it to the couple". That's expensive. Amid rising prices, Tamil Nadu couple gets bouquet of #Onion at #wedding.@ikpsgill1 @delhichatter@hvgoenka @Jainpankajkasan#OnionPrices pic.twitter.com/19Ilzk27He — The Sunil Kapoor™ (@sunilkapoor8) December 9, 2019 As expected, this unique bouquet caught the attention of people at the wedding and on social media, who couldn't stop laughing as the couple and their friends posed with the onions. Woah! These friends must be super rich or really love the couple to go this far. View the full article
  2. Just do a quick google search and you will come across a number of wellness guides and grooming routines that will make you look incredibly younger than you actually are. Sure, most of them do work, and when we say work, we mean work really well. However, invariably, you will come across n number of guides that say you need some product or the other. © MensXP But what if you don't want to spend a ton of money on grooming or skincare products? Well, even though you should, we can understand why someone would be a little sceptical of purchasing grooming products. That, however, does not mean that you can't get great skin. In fact, if you are tenacious enough, and have the will power of a monk who has vowed never to speak again, you can actually incorporate some habits that can make you look considerably younger than you actually are. We are talking about knocking 5-10 years off of your age. © Instagram/kartikaaryan 1. Get A Grip Over Your Smoking Habits © iStock This goes without saying, but if you smoke a pack every day for a year, you will start looking 50, at the age of 25. You need to cut back on your smoking if quitting altogether is not an option, although, there's really no excuse for not quitting. Try nicotine patches or nicotine gums, mild shock therapy or anything that works for you. Excessive or not, smoking ruins your skin, wreaks havoc on your hair, and even damages the white part of the eye, or sclera, giving it a yellowish hue. 2. Watch What You Eat © iStock This is something that seems very difficult to work on, but is actually, one of the easiest things that you can control. Have your meals at a specific set of time throughout a day, and seriously watch what you eat. We are not saying that you need to count your calories, but you need to watch what you eat. Having a balanced diet is key. Also, avoid fried and oily food as much as you can. You can also ditch those samosas and potato chips for healthier snacking options such as nuts, or a fruit. 3. Limit Your Alcohol Intake © iStock As much as we all love a nice and potent drink every now and then, going overboard and drinking your brains out is never a good idea. Alcohol takes a toll on your liver, which ultimately reflects on your skin and sclera. Furthermore, alcohol takes a long time to breakdown in your system so the ill effects stay for a long time. We're not asking you to give up drinking altogether, because first of all, it would be just daft, and secondly, life seems very dry and drab without alcohol, but don't turn into Captain Haddock, is all we're saying. 4. Drink Loads & Loads Of Water © iStock This is a drink that you can have loads of. Ideally, you should be drinking about two litres of water every day, so try to go through at least two bottles or 8-12 glasses daily. In case plain water is too boring for you, you can always have some fruit-infused, flavoured water, which you can even make at your home. Just chop up some fruits, and place it in a bottle, heat up some water and fill the bottles up, and let it cool down. You don't even need to heat the water really, that is just a way to speed up the process. Think of making some really kickass sangrias, but without the wine and spices. 5. Exercise Holds The Key © iStock This goes without saying, but exercising, especially ones that really work up your core muscles and strengthen your endurance, are great for your overall health. Just jog for a few minutes a day, and taking the stairs whenever you have the time and chance is actually a great way to start. Exercising is also a great way to rid your body of oxidants and impurities, which cleanses your skin and system from deep within. Furthermore, it improves the secretion of hormones and blood circulation by a mile, improving the overall functioning of your body. And did we say that it gets rid of that paunch you've been trying so hard to hide? 6. Dress Sharp © Instagram/arjunkapoor People often forget this, but dressing yourself in the right manner actually goes a long way in looking young. Your personal style is that one aspect that has the most drastic effect. You don't need to do a lot actually. Just ensure that you pick the right colours, silhouettes and that your clothes fit you well, and you're all set. Also, while you're at it, make friends with your tailor. Trust us, they will save some really screwed up days when the time comes. Just ask Barney Stinson. 7. Resting Is Equally Important © iStock Finally, and this is where almost everyone messes up big time, get proper rest. Although most medical associations say that we should be getting at least 8 hours of sleep, we know that in today's day and age, that's practically impossible, if we are to make something of ourselves. That being said, we do need to get 5-6 hours of sound sleep every single day. Not sleeping enough can cause your hair to fall out, bloodshot eyes, dark circles, puffed up under eyes, dry and lifeless looking skin. And these are just the external things that we are talking about. Imagine the havoc that it wreaks inside your body. One of the easiest ways to get the most out of your sleep is to ensure that you do not consume anything sweet or sugary at least an hour prior to hitting the bed, and that you simply switch off all your screens at least 30 mins before. View the full article
  3. If you're in your twenties and constantly feel lost or confused and think your life is weirder than a bizarre Bollywood love story, we're here to tell you that you're not alone. It's going to be okay, my friend as you're just undergoing a 'quarter-life crisis.' Most people in their twenties are often confused about their careers, love life and life, in general. Maybe, your life is falling apart in front of your eyes but trust me, it will get better. Before you start overthinking, here are a few signs that'll tell you if you're undergoing a quarter-life crisis and how to fix it: 1. You're Feeling Trapped © Unsplash This happens to everyone who is stuck between freedom and early adulthood as you're transitioning from practising independence to commitment. If you've committed to something at an early age, be it your work or a relationship, feeling trapped is 'okay'. How to fix it? Rather than quitting your job or giving up on your relationship, the best way is to identify the problem and work on a solution. It might sound like a lot of work but trust us, there is no shortcut. 2. You're Constantly Worrying That You're Not Earning Enough © Unsplash The chances are that you're not earning enough. But remember, you are just in your twenties but are stressing like you're in your forties. It is paramount to earn enough and fulfill your dreams but it is also important to work at your own pace and not be part of the rat race. Your achievements and your learning curve isn't the only thing that makes your identity. There is so much more. How to fix it: Rather than focusing on how much you earn, focus on developing and evolving your work skills. Working on self-development will automatically enable you to reach where you've always wanted to reach. Quit procrastinating and jump onto the right track. 3. You're Perpetually Bored © Unsplash If you feel bored all the time, chances are that you're looking for a change and you're just not enjoying your regular schedule anymore. You can also feel bored or worked up in your relationship and it is normal to feel this way. How to fix it: The brainchild is to start doing what you actually like doing. If you don't know what you want to do, it's about time you make a list of things that you've always wanted to do. You can always start doing new things with your significant other to make things more romantic and interesting. Take that cooking lesson you've always wanted to take, join that dance class, hit the gym or take those acting classes that have been on your bucket list ever since. 4. You Dream About Plans That You'll Never Execute © Unsplash This happens with every one and this shouldn't be a big deal, honestly. The problem arises when you're only dreaming and not working on anything and that is called 'procrastinating' and you need to stop doing that. There is no better way but to just do the things that you plan to do unless you're planning on murdering someone. (Okay, please don't ever execute that plan!) How to fix it: Just execute them or don't make grand plans in the first place. It's like writing a to-do list and then not doing it. So, don't make a to-do list in the first place if you are not going to do it at all. 5. You're Unsure About Your Purpose In Life © Unsplash It used to be so simple in school. All we had to do was complete our homework and show up in class. Now, suddenly, we have to unleash a purpose that we are born for, why? How to fix it: It is rather difficult to find just one purpose in life. With the advent of learning to multitask, there is a chance that we've multiple purposes and as far as you are happy, you don't really have to have the ultimate and single purpose in life. View the full article
  4. Photo: Reuters Global reinsurers are stepping up their warnings to life insurer clients about the potential risks of vaping, putting pressure on underwriters to charge certain vapers higher rates than smokers, or even exclude them altogether.US...
  5. The old Nokia phones, as we all know, are a tough nut to crack. You may have heard a lot of stories about a Nokia feature phone saving people's lives by stopping a bullet. It's a testament to how durable those really are, which is something we simply can't expect from a modern-day smartphone. However, a recent incident proved that not all modern-day phones are fragile. Last week, a Google Pixel 3 XL smartphone saved a man's life by stopping a bullet from hitting him. Impressive, isn't it? Our photographer was shot by a rubber bullet on Monday in the battlefield of #polyu #hongkong The #pixel3 phone stopped the bullet and was destroyed. He didn't get hurt. Surprised it can still be turned on. @madebygoogle @googlepixels @Claudibus pic.twitter.com/Gtz0jFvHXg — Studio Incendo (@studioincendo) November 19, 2019 The incident happened in Hong Kong and the victim was one of the photographers covering a protest near the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The photo studio then sent out a tweet saying that one of their photographers was shot and got saved by the phone. It's, however, worth pointing out that the bullet in question here isn't a regular bullet from a lethal firearm. It was a rubber bullet, which is essentially a less-lethal alternative to a normal metal bullet. But the phone still saved the man's life because even rubber bullets can sometimes kill people or permanently disable them. Yes, the shot wasn't as lethal as it could've been, but the phone was able to stop the projectile and prevented any kind of mishap from happening. © Twitter/ @studioincendo As you can see from the images, the bullet hit the bottom right corner of the phone. The impact was obviously strong enough to completely shatter the glass on both sides. But we're surprised to see that the phone is still turning on. The display is clearly damaged and the back glass is shattered to a point that it's not safe to use, but the phone still turned on, which goes on to show how durable it is. We live in a world where smartphones and other mobile devices are getting more and more fragile. So, it's definitely a relief to see at least a few of them still holding strong. View the full article
  6. If you grew up in a small town during the '90s, chances are you will be familiar with the good old 'fitkari'. Most people raise an eyebrow and ask 'the what?' as soon as fitkari is mentioned around them, for no fault of their own, as it has pretty much been ignored and forgotten, thanks to new age grooming products. Fitkari or Alum (also called potassium alum, potash alum, or potassium aluminium sulfate) is a colourless compound which is a hydrated double sulphate of aluminium and potassium. Though it almost has become obsolete when it comes to our modern grooming arsenals, having some handy in your bathroom cabinet can prove to be extremely beneficial for your morning grooming routine. In fact, it can cut down your grooming products by half, because of its multifaceted uses. Here are 7 ways in which fitkari can simplify your daily grooming routine: 1. As an aftershave © iStock Rub a piece of alum all over your face and neck post shave. It is one of the best natural aftershaves out there. 2. As an anti-spot and anti-wrinkle solution © iStock Rubbing alum on your face gently for a while, and then washing it off with normal water will help decrease wrinkles and spots from pimples etc. 3. As a mouthwash Using a solution of alum powder and warm water makes for a great mouthwash, that will keep bad breath away for a long time. It also helps in case of bleeding gums. 4. To keep body odour away © Instagram/tigerjackieshroff Using some fitkari powder in your bathwater will get rid of body odour effortlessly. It can be an effective measure for people who don't want to use/are allergic to deodorants. 5. For relief from mouth ulcers and canker sores Put some fitkari powder on top of the sore/ulcer, and wash off after about 40 seconds. You will see a difference soon. 6. As a hair cleanser and anti-lice treatment © iStock Soak alum in a bucket of water overnight, and use it to wash your head. It's great as a hair/scalp cleanser, and will also get rid of lice if you're suffering from that. 7. As an effective astringent Using fitkari along with rose water on your face will help in skin tightening, thereby making it as amazing natural astringent. Start using fitkari/alum, and watch your grooming routine go through an amazing transformation. View the full article
  7. Bollywood is surely an entertainment factory run magically by extremely hard working entourage of producers, directors, technicians and of course, the glam face of all this hard work, our favourite actors. While Insta-stalking them or tweeting out to them is great, as mostly one will only find these gorgeous looking faces put their best behaviour on show in public, there have been times when we got to see the humane side of these celebs. The good, the bad, the ugly -- there have been celebrity fights in tinseltown which has stirred many controversies. Here are eight such real-life celeb fights which shook Bollywood: 1. Vivek Oberoi & Aishwarya Rai vs Salman Khan Salman and Aishwarya were one of the most good-looking couples in B-town and post the success of 'Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam', fans couldn't wait for the couple to tie the knot. However, things turned sour when the actress broke up with 'bhai' following accusations of harassment. She stood for herself and also found the right amount of support eventually in Vivek Oberoi , who she was dating for a while. Salman and Vivek's spat got very ugly and public and Vivek was snubbed from a lot of projects post this fight and eventually also broke up with Aishwarya. 2. Ranbir Kapoor vs Salman Khan This goes back to the time when the Kapoor boy was yet to make a debut in Bollywood. Rumour has it that both got into a verbal tiff at a club in Mumbai and Sanjay Dutt had to intervene. Eventually their families called a truce but post the entry of Katrina Kaif in their lives, the equation continued to stay sour between the two. © Twitter 3. Raveena Tandon vs Shilpa Shetty Probably on of the most famous wars from the 90s, courtesy a common love interest aka Akshay Kumar. Akii was dating both the actresses at one point of time but as per reports, he was engaged to Raveena when he found love in Shilpa Shetty and eventually even they broke up. Even though he ended up marrying Twinkle Khanna, Shilpa and Raveena weren't cordial to each other for a long time. The hatchet is now buried as all of them are happily married. 4. Farah Khan & Shirish Kunder vs SRK King Khan seldom comes into any kind of controversies and stays away from them. However, this one public spat between him and his BFF's husband made it to the headlines for quite a while. The fight happened after they were both wasted at Sanjay Dutt's party and SRK reportedly was ignoring the comments made by Kunder. He had apparently poked fun at SRK'S 'Ra One' which was a dud at the box office. The night resulted in a heated debate between the two and Farah Khan accused her BFF of slapping her husband for 'no reason'. 5. Kajol & Ajay Devgn vs Karan Johar Kajol and Karan Johar have been friends for over two decades but their friendship went for a toss when her husband's movie Shivaay clashed with KJo's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Ajay accused Karan of paying a large amount of money to a few people to sabotage his movie. Kajol sided with her husband and their relationship came to a halt until post the birth of KJo's twins, when they patched up. 6. Kangana Ranaut vs Hrithik Roshan This one has been the fodder for gossip for over three years now. Kangana accused Hrithik of having an affair with her and cheating on her and even leaked emails and message from the actor, which she claimed were authentic. This war divided Bollywood and came as a shocker as it involved two high profile celebrities. 7. Rangoli Chandel vs Bollywood The Ranaut sisters are known for speaking their mind and never hold back on their opinions. Rangoli has a string of controversies attached to her name which include her spats with Hrithik Roshan, Taapsee Pannu and Swara Bhasker, to name a few. 8. Aamir Khan vs SRK The two Khans didn't see eye-to-eye for the longest time when DDLJ and Rangeela released in the same year and DDLJ overshadowed it, including SRK sweeping all the awards. Aamir even snubbed award functions. Soon a cold war followed between the two actors but Aamir was called out once for writing about a dog named Shahrukh licking his feet on his blog. He later clarified he was his caretaker's dog but got a lot of flak nonetheless. View the full article
  8. Ahead of the third and final T20I match between India and the visiting Bangladesh team, Rishabh Pant is once again in the news. It was not because of his mess-up during the second game but because of what the stand-in captain, Rohit Sharma said about him during a press conference ahead of the deciding final game. "You know there is a lot of talk happening about Rishabh Pant every day, every minute. I just feel that he needs to be allowed to do what he wants to do on the field. I would request everyone to keep their eyes away from Rishabh Pant for a while,” said the skipper. 'I think it's not fair' India captain Rohit Sharma has asked everyone to give Rishabh Pant a break from the constant scrutinyhttps://t.co/6gKMie6EIt — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) November 9, 2019 "He is a fearless cricketer and we (team management) want him to have that freedom. And if you guys take your eyes off him for sometime, it will allow him to perform even better," added Rohit. The team veteran wants the best for the 22-year-old wicket-keeper, however, simply talking about him makes Pant's name come online and gives social media another excuse to “troll” him and this in turn may be making Pant's life more difficult as an international cricketer. The thing about the criticism from fans of the game and the so called “pundits” is that they often compare the young and upcoming athletes to the best and greatest players of all time, while they were in their prime. Pant can never reach near dhoni. He is just wanna be who try to immitate the dhoni style. — Nobie (@newbie_6) November 7, 2019 Unrealistic expectations is the primary outcome of such comparisons which often leads to further criticism if the said athlete fails to do good in the next match. According to a 2008 report by The Sport Journal, it is clarified how adversely can distractions and criticism drain an athlete's mental energy, causing him to get anxious, depressed and lose focus during the crucial moments of a game. Rishabh Pant is a good player. We have seen in the past, the kind of performance the cricketer can put up both in front of, and behind the stumps. Congrats #Babysitter What a lovely Baby's Day Out entertainer 1st Year of Test Cricket@RishabPant777 #RishabhPant #Pant 300+ Runs in 1st DownUnder 25+28+36+30+39+33+ 159* 2nd Highest Run Scorer in Series* 20*: Most Catches in a Series by IN WK 204:Record 7th Wicket Partnership — Save Hindus (@Hindu_League) January 4, 2019 In December 2018, the then 21-year-old broke Syed Kirmani and Naren Tamhane's record of most catches by an Indian wicketkeeper in a Test series (20) against Tim Paine's Australian side in Melbourne. In September 2019, Pant went on to surpass his predecessor, MS Dhoni in dismissing 50 batsmen from behind the wicket in Test cricket in the least amount of time (Dhoni: 15 Tests, Pant: 11 Tests). The southpaw is also the first Indian wicket-keeper to score a century in England and Australia, including his maiden international ton at The Oval and overtaking Farokh Engineer's record of the most number of runs scored by an Indian keeper Down Under. “"He is a young guy, 22, trying to make his mark in international cricket. Every move he makes on the field, people start talking about him. It is not fair. I think we should allow him to play his cricket which actually he also wants to do," Sharma during the conference. Maybe it's for the best that the skipper says nothing when it comes to Rishabh Pant. After all, no comments make no news. View the full article
  9. Chetan Bhagat needs no introduction. He's a man of many talents. He's an 'award-winning' author who can judge a dance reality show like a pro despite having questionable dancing skills. He can even address people at World Space Week as the Chief Guest of ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) because...it's not 'rocket-science' for him. © Twitter But, there's one thing that the multi-talented Bhagat can't do and that is stopping himself from getting brutally trolled on social media. And the '3 Mistakes Of My Life' author just made the fourth mistake of his life when he tried to outsmart trolls on Twitter and got royally roasted instead. It all began when someone on Twitter asked who's the most overrated Indian author. He wrote, "Guys, if I ask you to name the most overrated Indian author, what name comes to your mind at first?" Bhagat tried to outsmart the troll and repied to the tweet saying 'Me'. As if people hadn't guessed that already. Guys, if I ask you to name the most overrated Indian author, what name comes to your mind at first? — Advaid (@Advaidism) November 5, 2019 me! — Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) November 6, 2019 Soon, someone replied "He said Author", to which Bhagat replied "I only read overrated." And then came the golden reply that left us choking with laughter. Taking cue from one of his books, someone wrote "Half Reader". He said Author — Mohammed Zubair (@zoo_bear) November 6, 2019 i only read overrated :) — Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) November 6, 2019 Half reader. — Rofl Gandhi 2.0 (@RoflGandhi_) November 6, 2019 As if people weren't making enough jokes on Bhagat already, he held his own hand and walked himself into the world of mockery. But, it's Chetan Bhagat we're talking about. He's like Arjun Kapoor of the publishing world. *Did you really think we'll forget 'Panipat' trailer so soon.* View the full article
  10. The Apple Watch is now becoming an essential wearable to own and the smartwatch has been credited in the past for saving many lives. Apple introduced a fall detection feature with the Apple Watch Series 4 which has already saved a few lives. Last month, a hiker fell off a cliff and the same fall detection feature, that is unique to the Apple Watch, saved his life. © Apple In recent news, Police in England responded to yet another incident that involved a car accident. The man driving the car was unconscious after the car crash, his Apple Watch sent a call for help. The police have not made the survivor's details public but the official Twitter handle of Surrey Police tweeted about the incident. Last week we responded to an automated Apple Watch fall detection alert after a driver that was involved in a collision had been knocked unconscious. The alarm provided emergency responders with GPS data to quickly locate the scene. âï¸ð° > ððð@Apple @tim_cook pic.twitter.com/cmTW6K2na0 — RPU - Surrey Police (@SurreyRoadCops) November 4, 2019 © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The Apple Watch's fall detection feature works once a user falls down. The watch will then buzz and sound an alarm for the user. It will then ask if you are fine or need any assistance. If the user is unable to respond in 30 seconds, it will call emergency services automatically and also sound an alarm to notify people who are nearby. The Apple Watch will also send the location of the user to the emergency services so that it is easier for them to be located. View the full article
  11. Imagine standing merely centimeters away from the star you admire and adore so thoroughly, inhaling the same air they just exhaled also seems like the play of true luck. An autograph would turn into a relic to be passed down the generations, a selfie would earn you all the bragging rights and turn into a prized possession. Not many of us have been lucky enough to have our very own fanboy or fangirl moment like that in so many years of walking on the face of the earth. Even so, can we not already guess what that moment would feel like, should it come to pass? Well, some of the hottest Bollywood stars that we fawn over and crave to share a moment with, have had their very own fangirl and fanboy moments; so let's live our unrequited fan moments through their experiences. 1. Shah Rukh Khan My Fanboy moment. Inspiring to hear Mr.Nolan & Ms.Tacita Dean talk of the virtues of celluloid as an artist's medium. Thanks @shividungarpur for having me over pic.twitter.com/08dyi0kmwz — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) March 31, 2018 SRK meeting celebrated director Christopher Nolan would have been ultra special. 2. Priyanka Chopra View this post on Instagram So... I had a fan girl moment.. @isabelle.huppert #sophialoren â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ððð¼ð#PCinParis #armaniprivé A post shared by Priyanka Chopra Jonas (@priyankachopra) on Jul 4, 2017 at 2:50pm PDT When Priyanka met Sophia Loren and Isabelle Huppert in 2017, she came forward to share her excitement on the Gram. 3. Ayushmann Khurrana View this post on Instagram The picture everyone's been waiting for... It was amazing meeting one of the greatest football players! @Cristiano @AMTouristerIN - it was truly such a #HardToLetGo moment just like my #Curio! A post shared by Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) on May 16, 2018 at 12:42am PDT The man who has been delivering hit after hit at the box office, had his own fanboy moment when he met the Portugal football star Cristiano Ronaldo. 4. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan View this post on Instagram LOVE LOVE LOVE ð.... n RESPECTâ¨â¨â¨@helenmirren A post shared by AishwaryaRaiBachchan (@aishwaryaraibachchan_arb) on May 13, 2018 at 1:48pm PDT Even former Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan couldn't hold herself back when she got the chance to meet veteran Hollywood actress Helen Mirren in Cannes. 5. Ranbir Kapoor RT @priyaguptatimes: Look at this fan Ranbir Kapoor with Robert De Niro...#ranbirkapoor pic.twitter.com/MQ7DU6aaW9 — Ranbir Kapoor Fan Club (@RanbirKapoorFC) November 12, 2013 This picture of Ranbir went viral on social media because of obvious reasons. One look at this picture is enough to understand how deeply Ranbir reveres celebrated director Robert De Niro. 6. Kareena Kapoor Khan © imagez Channing Tatum is quite a heartthrob in Indian and abroad, but who knew our very own Bebo is also a fan of this charmer. Look at her blushing! 7. Varun Dhawan View this post on Instagram #tbt when I met the raging bull. #robertdeniro A post shared by Varun Dhawan (@varundvn) on Dec 3, 2016 at 7:05am PST Even Varun Dhawan happens to be an ardent fan of Robert De Niro, and shared a picture of meeting his favourite celebrity on social media. View the full article
  12. The Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Bala continues to reel under the never-ending plagiarism row. Earlier the film was compared to recently released Ujda Chaman, and now the entire issue has taken a new turn as another filmmaker has demanded a permanent stay on the film. The film, directed by Amar Kaushik and produced by Dinesh Vijan, revolves around the story of a young man who battles the issue of receding hairline and tries to normalise the taboos around it. © Maddock Films The much awaited film, however, has been in the headlines ever since many filmmakers have been accusing the movie of stealing the concept. Though, the storyline seems no more unique as it looks like, every director wants to talk about the same issue making us wonder that India is left with only one issue to deal with i.e., premature balding. Now, another director named Kamal Kant Chandra has demanded a permanent stay on the film. “I want that there should be a permanent stay on the film Bala and that I get to make the film. It is basically my biopic. It's my life story,” Chandra, whose upcoming film Marksheet features Mahesh Bhatt, told IANS. © Maddock Films Turns out, it all started in 2017 when Chandra, talking to a tabloid, said that after watching the trailer, he noticed many similarities between Bala and the concept he had narrated to Ayushmann back in that year. But, to his shock, Ayushmann's manager called him and said that the actor is not ready to play the bald guy on the big screen back then. He has accused the director and filmmaker of lifting the central plot of a prematurely balding man from his project, 'Wig'. In 2018, Ayushmann announced that he will be a part of Bala which made Chandra send the actor a legal notice. “I was shocked. I sent him a legal notice. I also filed a case against him and the makers in Bombay High Court in March. Bala producer Dinesh Vijan's company said that they were working on the script that time,” added Chandra. Besides, Chandra also said that he moved the case to Supreme Court in October 2019. According to news reports, Chandra's request to the judiciary is that they watch the film, and if they find any resemblance to his script, he should be credited as a writer for the movie. The Supreme Court has ordered Bombay High Court to resolve the matter before Bala releases on November 8. The film also stars Bhumi Pednekar and Yami Gautam among others in pivotal roles. Just before Chandra pressed charges against the movie, it was the makers of Ujda Chaman who raised similar objections but later went on to drop the case. We wonder what's the truth behind it. What do you have to say about it? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  13. People in New Delhi and some other parts of India are currently choking due to dangerous air pollution levels. The toxic skies in India are caused in part by the burning of crops in Punjab. Add to that the toxic fumes thanks to the cracker-bursting during Diwali celebrations and the urban traffic, you find yourself in a toxic gas chamber with extremely high levels of air pollution. And now the World Index has released some data which shows that the people living in India, breathing all the pollution air, may have lost a significant amount of life expectancy. According to the data released by World Index, Indians may have lost an estimated 1.5 years of life expectancy due to the current air pollution levels. Estimated years of life expectancy lost due current air pollution levels ð§ð©Bangladesh: 1.87 ðªð¬Egypt: 1.85 ð³ðªNiger: 1.80 ð¹ð¯Tajikistan: 1.70 ð¦ð«Afghanistan: 1.67 ð³ðµNepal: 1.59 ðµð°PAK: 1.56 ð®ð³India: 1.53 ð¸ð©Sudan: 1.51 ð¦ðªUAE: 1.51 (Health Effects Institute: State of Global Air 2019) — World Index (@theworldindex) November 5, 2019 That may not sound like a huge number, but in hindsight, it's a significant loss. We're not only talking about people who are living in New Delhi here. The current air pollution levels are affecting the people living in other parts too, like Kurukshetra, for instance. It's also worth pointing out that we're not just talking about the adults and children who are suffering right now. We must also consider the unborn children and other life forms entering the world in such adverse conditions. © Reuters And as you can see, India isn't the only country that's currently suffering due to air pollution. Other countries like Bangladesh, Egypt, Nepal, Afghanistan, etc. are also suffering, proving that air pollution is a serious issue and must be taken more seriously. Until the air pollution levels go back to the normal state, we highly suggest you stay indoors as much as possible and wear anti-air pollution masks and use air purifiers inside your home too. View the full article
  14. ISLAMABAD: From blockade of main arteries of Islamabad and inter-city highway to the suspension of business activity and closure of schools and transport, the ongoing sit-in by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl had caused a serious disruption to the life...
  15. Around 10 images of the upcoming Motorola RAZR were leaked yesterday . It comes with a foldable screen and looks very similar to the RAZR V3. While those pictures were rendered images that may be used as press images, a picture of the smartphone out in the wild has surfaced today. (c) Twitter - Evan Blass The picture of the smartphone was posted on Weibo by user Sunninton (https://www.weibo.com/1904634630/Ie9LyE5uN?type=comment), and the user claims that it is the real deal. The smartphone is unfolded in someone's hand and we can clearly see the inside display that folds in the picture. The bottom of the smartphone has a thick chin similar to the classic design of the RAZR and at the top, appears to be a notch that may house the front-facing camera. (c) Weibo According to previous leaks, the smartphone is said to have mid-range specs like Qualcomm's octa-core Snapdragon 710 SoC and a 6.2-inch OLED display. Yesterday's picture also show that the device can be used even when folded as it has a screen on the outer-shell of the smartphone. The smartphone will be announced officially on November 13 and we are certain more information about the smartphone will leak before it launches. As of now, there is no word whether the new Motorola RAZR will be making its way to India. Needless to say, we will keep you posted once we hear officially from Motorola. View the full article
  16. Akshay Kumar's morning walk with daughter Nitara turns into a life lesson. Photo: TwitterAkshay Kumar, one of Bollywood's most generous and down-to-earth stars, has a special life lesson for his fans that he learnt recently.The 52-year-old Padman...
  17. Can you imagine your life without certain things that we use on a daily basis like doorbells, lifts, or even language? We obviously can't right? These things are so normal and it's hard to imagine about a time before them. Well, a few desi people have come together to reminisce of that time and the results are absolutely hilarious. Yep, I'm sure everyone has seen the memes floating around on Twitter - which probably ended up on Instagram since it's all just Twitter screenshots now - and I can't get over how creative people have got with their jokes. It's one of the best desi memes of the year, hands down, and I love that it trended so much and we got so many hilarious reactions. Everyone just had very great intuition, apparently. Doorbell was invented in 1831 People before 1831 : pic.twitter.com/GzaEkQTKpt — Stutið¸ (@morphinediary) October 29, 2019 I haven't seen that picture in the longest time. Fishing net was created in 8300 BC. People before that: pic.twitter.com/hmBlL15FZ8 — Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) October 29, 2019 Great place to hide. Bulletproof vest was invented in 1893 People before 1893:- pic.twitter.com/mde0jaWxM4 — Rupesh Sardarð®ð³ (@RupeshSardar11) October 28, 2019 This 'falling on the stairs' is a great meme in itself. Lifts were invented in 1853 Before 1853 : pic.twitter.com/4ny3i7WAd9 — Aashita :') (@savage_nari) October 29, 2019 Looks like an extension of 'No one, literally no one' meme. Language was first developed 1,00,000 years ago. People before that: — Sagar (@sagarcasm) October 29, 2019 I'm convinced that 1969 was on purpose. Home pregnancy test were invented in 1969 People before 1969 - pic.twitter.com/ZJu90auFzm — à¤à¤¾à¤®à¤¦à¤¾à¤° Tyrion (@ekchbhau) October 29, 2019 I don't get the joke here, tbh. ðððð pic.twitter.com/WAy3FJsnPZ — Telugu Sarcasmððð (@TeluguSarcasm) October 29, 2019 It was better before. Marriage certificate first issued in 1907 People before 1907 - pic.twitter.com/GCQsNd6K33 — बà¤à¤à¤¾à¤°à¤¾ (@tripylekhak) October 29, 2019 Uhh. Tabla was invented in 1830 People in 1829: pic.twitter.com/b40VBxnv0B — Sarcastic Haweli ð¤ð» (@Sarcastic__Meme) October 29, 2019 This was the first Indian cricket team. First indian cricket team was formed in 1721 Indian Team before that- pic.twitter.com/xxrmELXofe — Bandeya- The Iron Man ð (@handsomebandeya) October 29, 2019 Cringe. Emoji keypad came in year 2012. People before 2012 - :D :P :> — Mask (@Mr_LoLwa) October 29, 2019 The hut? Language was first developed 2 million years ago People before rhat: pic.twitter.com/cmdnyo6hUf — Javed ð®ð³ (@JwitterOrdan) October 29, 2019 The only good 'expensive iPhone' joke I've seen in a few years. The first iphone was launched in 2007 People before that: pic.twitter.com/rQaPtmvpNE — Sagar (@sagarcasm) October 29, 2019 Yes, life was just a question mark. Quora was invented in 2010 People before that: pic.twitter.com/8SJA8wnu0J — Akash (@vaderakash) October 29, 2019 View the full article
  18. In course of the fun-filled ride that is childhood, our fathers quietly taught us a lot of lessons that will stay with us forever. Right from staying calm in the face of adversity, dealing with that bully in school to getting a hang of online banking, dads sure deserve more credit than we give them. Here are 5 things that will take every man down the memory lane, reminiscent of the priceless lessons their fathers taught them: 1. Work-Life Balance MX Player Ever seen your father losing his cool at the end of a long working day? Nope. No matter how stressful the day at work was, our dads struck the right balance between their professional and personal lives. 2. Never Think Twice Before Saying Sorry To The People You Love MX Player This is among the most valuable life-lessons our fathers taught us. Never hesitate in apologising to the ones you love. In that moment your ego may say otherwise, but absolutely nothing is worth jeopardising your relationship with someone you love. 3. How To Fix A Flat Tyre MX Player This brings back memories of a lot of road-trips with the family. Regardless of a flat tyre or puncture, our fathers were pros at jacking up the vehicle, using the spare tools and ensuring the family is good to go. 4. Treating Your Woman Right MX Player The way a man treats his wife goes a long way in teaching his kids about how to treat women, what's acceptable and what is not. Chivalry and courtesy aren't taught, they're passed on through actions. 5. Hard Work Conquers All MX Player A man who dwells in his past robs his future. Our fathers taught us to work hard and earnestly in the present, and let our actions do the talking. Hard work goes a long way in building a confidence mechanism that gives a tough fight to all insecurities. Aren't we all feeling a tad-bit nostalgic now? Treading on the same lines, MX Player rolled out Fathers Vol. 2. It's a story of 3 adventurous middle-aged fathers who are in pursuit of living life millennial style. Take a look at the trailer: Be it the 'relationship talk' with the kids or going on a solo trip, this show has it all. Directed by Prem Mistry, all the episodes of Fathers Vol. 2 are now available on MX Player for free. View the full article
  19. Apple Watch has now become one of the most essential gadgets to own, thanks to its various health tracking features. It has been responsible for saving lives in the past too and recently, a feature that was introduced on the Apple Watch Series 4 saved a man's life this time around. Apple introduced the “fall detection” feature that alerts emergency services if a user takes a hard fall and does not get up after a minute. © Apple After the first minute, the watch will buzz and sound an alarm. It will then ask if you are fine or need any assistance. If the user is unable to respond in 30 seconds, it will call emergency services automatically and also sound an alarm to notify people who are nearby. The Apple Watch will also send the location of the user to the emergency services so that it is easier for them to be located. This feature has been responsible in the past for saving a man's life after he fell during a biking accident. Now the same feature has saved a man's life who's from New Jersey and had suffered a fall from a cliff while out for a hike. © Pinterest(For representation purposes only) News12 New Jersey reported that the man was hiking in Hartshorne Woods Park. While hiking, he fell from a very steep cliff but did not suffer any life-threatening injuries. The report said, “Prudenciano fell into the river and landed on a rock. He suffered three fractures in his back, scratches and thorns that are still lodged in his foot.” “I was screaming that I'm going to die because I really felt I was going to die,” Prudenciano said. “There was no way out of this for me. I literally said my last goodbyes.” He was miraculously saved, thanks to his Apple Watch as it detected the hard fall and called 911. This feature only works on the Lte variant of the Apple Watch but does not require a carrier plan to dial emergency services. Source: News12 New Jersey
  20. Grooming below the belt has always been a grey area for most men, no matter how much we tell them that they should. And when they finally decide that they too should try manscaping, they're often dissuaded by the rumoured messiness or how complex the process is. © iStock It's not actually. Here are a few easy ways to make your, and the entire process of trimming or shaving your pubes a breeze: 1. First Things First © iStock A proper manscaping routine is time-consuming, and you won't be going it every day, or every week, even. So, whenever you do go for it, make sure you have enough time and are comfortable. Put on some music if you feel like, it's perfectly okay. But most importantly, sit down. 2. Trim, Don't Shave © iStock Going bare is something that you should avoid. Not only does it look super unnatural, it feels very weird as well. Also, because your groin is one of the sweatiest parts of your body, a cut or a knick can cause some really nasty issues. Also, shaving down there causes irritation no matter what you do. Imagine you're sitting at a meeting, and you suddenly get this inhumanely-insane itch down there. Good luck dealing with it. It's better if you just trim, instead of going bare. 3. Use A Different Trimmer © iStock Use separate trimmers (or razors) for your pubes. Do we really need to explain why you shouldn't use the trimmer or razors that you use for your face, on your groin? We will just give you the pointers here - bacteria, gross, and finally, a big ewww…get the hint yet? 4. Moisturise © iStock Moisturising is always good for the skin. That's just a fact. Even when you trim down there, chances are, your skin gets a little dry. If for some reason you do shave down there, imagine how dry the skin gets there, once you shave. Take care of moisturising, after you are done taking care of business down there. Use a healthy dose of body moisturiser after you take a bath. Use a generic body lotion, some moisturising cream or even coconut oil. It may feel weird at first, but trust us, you are doing yourself a big favour. 5. Take A Bath Before & After © iStock You should always start with a bath, and finish off the process with a bath. The initial bath softens everything up and makes your life and your trimmer's work much easier. Do remember to wipe yourself dry with a towel, first. The second shower is just to wash away all the stray hairs from your legs, and those odd places. The second shower also lets you know if you've cut yourself somewhere, or have caused a burn or something like that. 6. Keep Some Aftershave Handy © iStock Whether you shave or trim, keep some aftershave handy. In fact, we suggest that you use it, no matter what. The aftershave not only adds a good fragrance into the mix, but it also takes care of knicks and trimmer burns. The aftershave also acts as a good disinfectant. And also, the tingly feeling that you get down there? That's magic you haven't witnessed yet. 7. Take Care Of The Neighbourhood © iStock While you are at it, take the trimmer over to your inner thighs, your butt, and the perineum. And because some of these places are a little harder to reach, take your time when you're dealing with them, and make yourself comfortable. Also, don't hesitate to tug or pull stuff up, to make the skin taut and smooth. Proper manscaping may be a time-consuming process, but trust us, it's worth it.
  21. Sometimes, being nice is mistaken for being weak and that one can only be assertive if they're arrogant or obnoxious. That's why, when hierarchies are created in work structures, it's an autopilot belief that you have to be a certain way to display that order of hierarchy. Most people, though, choose to show their superiority through being a little unkind and maybe get a reputation for that. Now, one may do that to assert a position of power or because he or she believes that's the only way to function in an official space but according to research, that doesn't get us too far in life. © Star India While there are disagreements everywhere, a popular research says that showing kindness can make you a better leader in any sphere. So, we suppose it's time to bring in kindness into our workspaces and ditch the age-old arrogance. Researchers at the University of Oxford recently analysed hundreds of published papers, that studied the coexisting relationship between kindness and happiness. They found 21 studies that proved that being kind to others makes people happier. And another study conducted at Warwick Parallel, proved that the work done by happy people is 12 per cent more productive than those done by unhappy people. Well, who knew finding happiness, even remotely so, was that simple? But in a lot of ways, being kind in workplaces also improves leadership skills and makes you a respectful leader. Here are 3 ways of how being kind can help you enhance your leadership skills: (1) Appreciating Others Is A Big Factor Being kind means you appreciate others success at work and appreciate the effort they put into it. Appreciation goes a long way for a hard-working colleague. If you feel someone's done the job well, go out of your way to show kindness and appreciation, so that the encouragement makes them do even better. Everyone needs that little push and if can appreciate someone's well-put effort, you're already on the path of becoming a good leader. © Gettyimages (2) You Connect With Others Easily People usually remember those who go that extra mile and show kindness. Making connections for finding newer projects or representations is important and if you do it through amiability and kindness, people definitely remember you for that. Sometimes, when there's heavy disagreement during networking or a connect, it can definitely find a middle ground if kindness is directly impactful towards that certain connection. Kindness is basically gaining the perception of someone else and agreeing with it, whether they're in agreement with your point or not. This definitely bestows the mark of a leader in the making. © Shutterstock (3) Create A Trusting Relationships A true leader should know how to correct the mistakes of others through kindness and by not being harsh. If an employee is not meeting his or her expectations, a corrective conversation should be in order. But in most cases, a corrective conversation is barely in the realms of kindness. It's more authoritative with a tinge of disappointment. But a true leader is one who expresses kindness and a sincere desire to help his or her employee out, to build a stronger relationship based on trust, with the people they work with. © Yash raj Films There is a lot of information out there on how to become better leaders and on basic leadership skills. You can mug up the textbook information available on the internet but if you fail to represent the first responsibility as a leader, which is to care about the success of others and build better relationships, through kindness, then there is no scope for you in any form of leadership at all, whether at work, or in life.
  22. Apple has some useful apps on the iPhone and one of them was responsible for saving a young girl's life. 17-year-old Macy Smith was coming home late and her mother could not get through to her. The mother suspected that something was wrong and was able to track down her daughter using the 'Find My Friends' app. Ms Smith was trapped in a wrecked car at the bottom of an embankment and it would have been impossible to trace her if it weren't for Apple's app and the mother's quick thinking. © Apple The teenager later wrote on a Facebook post: “I hydroplaned at 4:00 pm and ran in between 2 trees down an embankment, flipped my car 3 times, and landed in my back seat with my arm pinned in between the car and the ground.” She could not reach for her iPhone and respond to her mother's calls. The mother then traced her daughter's location using the app and the family drove to the location of the accident. They found her trapped in the vehicle and were able to recover her. © Apple “The whole time I knew they were going to show up and I'm so thankful for my family and we're such a tight family that I knew that I wasn't going to be there the whole night without them looking for me,” Ms Smith told a local TV station. Find My Friends app is a very useful application that lets users share their location with friends and family. The feature needs to be activated manually however this incident just proved that it is a very useful feature that can end up saving your life. You can add the feature by adding your family members' iCloud accounts and share the location data when necessary. Ms Smith is now urging other teenagers to enable this feature on their iPhones. Source: CultofMac
  23. To whoever needs to hear this today, you're doing okay. You'll be fine. You will survive. This isn't a story about that prodigy in school who could solve calculus at the age of 10. This is neither about that boy who fought against all odds to become successful. This isn't about the over-achievers. It's about the rest of us. The rest of us who struggle every day with comparisons and self-doubt. Ankush Bahuguna TED Talk Our societal conditioning forces us to believe that there's only one way to live life – to run the race, race past everyone else and be the most successful person this world has ever known. I've hated myself for most of my life for not being able to keep up with constant competition with my peers, for not meeting the unrealistic standards I set for myself. But the last few months have been different. I've slowly come to terms with the fact that my idea of success may be different from the rest of the world and how comparing my journey to someone else's is unnecessary mental stress. That's why when DAV College, Chandigarh invited me to give a TEDx talk, I just knew what I was going to talk about. Because I know, there are many more people out there, who constantly struggle with the idea of ambition and competition just like me. People who may need reassurance that I never got in my formative years. Give this a watch. Even if it helps a handful of you to see your future in a new light, I'd consider this talk successful. Now, don't misunderstand me when I say being average is absolutely alright. I don't mean to deride hard work and hustle. That's all that has got me where I am. What I would definitely say is that it is okay for people to not be the best and more importantly, to not have aspirations to be the best at what they do. We decide what we make of our lives and it's alright if it's not monumental. The one important thing to remember, I'd say, is to be financially independent. Don't take decisions that you think are right, take decisions you really believe in. Everything else will fall into place, eventually.
  24. There's nothing better than finding a sharp comeback or quoting something wise when your back is against the wall. Words can indeed be mightier than a sword. Following are some of the most awesome comebacks from famous movies or TV series which you can use on one occasion or the other: 1. When You Tell A Joke And Your Friend Doesn't Laugh: “I'll explain and I'll use small words so that you'll be sure to understand.” —The Princess Bride 2. When Your Friend Does A Silly Thing: “You are what the French call, les incompetent.” – Home Alone 3. When Someone Goes Below The Belt: “You are a sad, strange little man, and you have my pity.” – Toy Story 4. When Your Crush Asks You If She Should Laugh At Your Silly Joke: “Go ahead, make my day.” – Sudden Impact 5. When Someone Roasts You Badly In A Group: “You talking to me?” – Taxi Driver 6. When Your Girlfriend Complains You Drink Too Much: “Well, nobody's perfect.” – Some Like It Hot 7. When Your Bae Asks Why Are You Visiting The Friends/Relatives You Hate: “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.” – The Godfather II 8. When A Guy You Hate Tells You He'll Destroy You In Front Of Your Bae: "You come at the king, you best not miss." – The Wire 9. When Someone Is Trying To Roast You: “You're boring me.” – Blackish 10. When Your Drunk A*s Gets Into A Fight With The Bouncer & Your Friends Ask You To Chill: “I laugh in the face of danger!” – The Lion King Whatever the situation is, a wise-ass reply will make you savage!
  25. Apple just announced iOS 13 for the iPhone and has started to roll out as a Beta for current devices. It comes with many new performance improvements and software tweaks to make the iPhone experience even better. One such feature is called "Optimized Battery Charging” and is designed to improve your battery's total life and health. © Macrumors The new mode can be found in the battery section of settings and you need to head to “Battery Health”. You can switch it if you want to extend your iPhone's battery life. When switched on, this mode basically learns from your usage and habits and then waits to finish charging to 100% until you need your device. © Pexels For a simpler explanation, if you charge your smartphone at night while sleeping, Apple will charge it to 80% and then wait an hour or so before you wake up to charge it up to 100%. This basically keeps your iPhone charged at optimum capacity and then charge the remaining capacity when you actually need it, instead of keeping the iPhone charged at 100%. © Reuters When any device with a battery is continually charging after it reaches maximum capacity, this, in turn, does affect the battery health. This new feature is essentially a life safer who want to keep using their iPhone without having the need of replacing the battery sooner than expected. This feature will eventually prolong the life of the device as long as possible. If you would like to check out iOS 13, you can follow our guide on how to install it on your device right now. According to Apple, these are devices that can take part in the iOS 13 beta - iPhone XS, XS Max iPhone XR iPhone X iPhone 8, 8 Plus iPhone 7, 7 Plus iPhone 6s, 6s Plus iPhone SE iPod Touch 7th Generation Source: Macrumors
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