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  1. Meghan Markle intends to pass on her pricess Cartier watch down to her own daughter one day, like Princess Diana
  2. In our country, something or the other keeps on happening and logic is always thrown out the window. Recently, a balloon in the shape of fictional character Iron Man was let loose in the sky and sparked fears of alien invasion among Greater Noida residents. The balloon was filled with gas and resembled a robot due to its Iron man structure. It was spotted over the town on Saturday morning which later landed k. A canal near Bhatta Parsaul village. Checkout the post here- ग्रेटर नोएडा-आसमान में उड़ता देखा गया आयरनमैन, आयरनमैन उड़ता देख लोगों में मचा हड़कंप, लोगों ने समझा एलियन, सूचना के बाद मौके पर पहुंची पुलिस, दनकौर के पारसौल गांव का मामला। @Uppolice @noidapolice pic.twitter.com/i6031ODSC6 — Noida Leaks (@NoidaLeaks) October 17, 2020 The officials said that a huge crowd got gathered at the spot as they thought that it was an alien. Dankaur police official Anil Kumar Pandey said, “It was a balloon filled with air that had gone up in the sky and later came down and got stuck in the bushes along the canal. A part of the balloon was touching the flowing water in the canal which had led the balloon to shake a little. Unbeknown to the spectators, this made for an anxious watch.” He also said that the major reason behind people getting anxious was the shape of the balloon as it seemed very unusual to people. आज दिनांक 17/10/2020 को थाना दनकौर क्षेत्र के भट्टा पारसौल गांव के पास एक रोबोट आकृति का गुब्बारा मिला है जिसमे गैस भरी हुई थी जो संभवतया धीरे-धीरे कम होने के कारण निचे आ गिरा ! pic.twitter.com/Fo6aCFDGdu — POLICE COMMISSIONERATE NOIDA (@noidapolice) October 17, 2020 "It was shaped like the Iron Man (fictional superhero character) given its color and design. This was an unusual sight so some people even though it was an alien, or something like that, and were apprehensive," he added. Here’s what people have to say about the bizarre incident- 🤣 — कालीन भईया (@AkhandaaNand) October 17, 2020— VIVEK YADAV (@Vivk1947) October 18, 2020ये दरोगाजी का पेट गैस से बाहर है या फिजिकल फिटनेस ऐसा ही है यूपी पुलिस का? — Office of Jat World (@WorldJat) October 18, 2020 The balloon came down when it ran out of gas and there wasn’t anything harmful about the object. However, they still haven’t found out who let it loose in the sky. View the full article
  3. Apple has officially unveiled the new iPhones 12 series, their flagship devices for 2020. This time we have four new iPhones to choose from and they do bring a lot of interesting changes to the table. You can learn more about the iPhones along with their official selling price in India right here. The iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 mini, both are priced well in India and we think they're more accessible to a lot of people. That being said, the iPhone 12 series is still the most expensive in India in comparison to other countries. Here, check it out - © statista As you can see from this image, coming from the folks over at Statista, the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro are more expensive in India than in any other country in the world. They did a direct comparison of the price on October 14 so it reflects the currency rate for that particular day. But even then there's a huge difference in pricing. Looking at the chart, it looks like the cheapest place to get the iPhone 12 series from would be the United States. Of course, there could be other places where it could be cheaper but they're not on this particular list. © Apple If you think the new iPhone 12 series is way too expensive, then we suggest you check out the iPhone 11, which is getting some solid deals during this festive season. View the full article
  4. Xiaomi has dabbled with the idea of making flagship phones in the past but it's safe to say that the response hasn't been anything close to what they wanted. But that's not stopping them from making new flagship phones and bringing them to India. In fact, the new Mi 10T and the Mi 10T Pro seem like the best phones Xiaomi has launched in India in a while. Mi 10T & Mi 10T ProBoth phones sport a 6.67-inch Full-HD+ IPS LCD panel with a 144Hz refresh rate. This is one of the highest refresh rate numbers we've seen on any smartphone display so far. It's got an aspect ratio of 20:9 and comes with a resolution of 2400 x 1080-pixel. The display on both phones is protected with Gorilla Glass 5. One of the most interesting things about the display here is that it comes with 7-stage Intelligent AdaptiveSync technology. This essentially means that the panel can identify the kind of content that's playing on the screen and adjust the refresh rate accordingly. So if you're, say, watching a TV Show that's typically shot in 25fps, then the panel will adjust itself accordingly instead of running at a super high refresh rate. The Mi 10T and the MI 10T Pro's display units support the 7 refresh rates i.e 30Hz/ 48Hz/ 50Hz/ 60Hz/ 90Hz/ 120Hz/ 144Hz. © YouTube/GSMArena Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 processor is at the heart of these phones and it's backed by up to 8GB RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Both the phones also run Android 10-based MIUI 12 out of the box. Now let's talk about the camera because that's where the two phones show some sort of a difference. The Mi 10T sports a 64MP Sony IMX682 sensor as its primary camera, whereas the Mi 10T Pro sports a 108MP Samsung HMX sensor. It's the same 108MP sensor that was found on the Mi 10 too. But besides that, everything else remains the same. Both phones have a triple-camera setup and the other two sensors included here are a 13MP ultra-wide and a 5MP macro camera. There's also an ambient light sensor on top of the flash and that'll be used for brightness control of the display. On the front, there's a punch-hole cutout on the display and it houses a 20MP selfie shooter. © YouTube/GSMArena The Mi 10T and the Mi 10T Pro, both are equipped with 5,000 mAh batteries which support 33W fast-charging via the USB Type-C port at the bottom. Pricing & AvailabilityXiaomi has launched the Mi 10T in India for a starting price of Rs 35,999 for the 6GB+128GB base variant. You can also get the 8GB+128GB variant for Rs 37,999. It'll be available in two colors i.e. Lunar Silver and Cosmic Black. As for the Mi 10T Pro, it'll only be available in one variant i.e. 8GB+128GB and it's been priced at Rs 39,999. They'll be up for pre-order from 15th October at 11:59 PM on Mi.com, Flipkart, and other offline retailers. View the full article
  5. If you’ve already met dhoti 2.0 aka dhoti pants, then we hope you fell in love with it as quickly as celebrities, designers and bloggers did. The humble dhoti has trickled back into your festive closet with a new lease of ease and style and the good news is that you’re liking it. Designers often take inspiration from our age-old traditions but dhoti pants were a genius idea. The silhouette of pants with the comfort of PJs and sass of an avant-garde outfit. Now that sounds like a perfect statement piece for the festive season. If you haven’t already, then get it, style it, experience it! __ECOMLOOKS__1794__ __ECOMLOOKS__1795__ __ECOMLOOKS__1796__ __ECOMLOOKS__1797__ __ECOMLOOKS__1798__ The BottomlineWith the festive season just around the corner, this is your chance to take the Indian ethnic route. And dhoti pants for men are a perfect match for your kurtas and coats. Even your sneakers and kolhapuris. So try these styles out and oh, don’t forget to click a picture! Explore More View the full article
  6. Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed admonishes K-Electric, says people from Mumbai controlling power supply to Karachi
  7. When it comes to men’s fashion, who better to take inspiration from than Ayushmann Khuranna? Apart from his widely appreciated acting and singing talents, he is also one of the most evolved actors when it comes to fashion. From his experimental Indo-western looks to his simple, boy-next-door style, the guy never gets tired of serving some of the best ethnic wear looks for men. With the festive season around the corner, we thought of giving you some major style inspiration by pulling together 5 of his brilliant ethnic wear looks on this list. As we know, traditional Indian clothing for men is all about kurtas and here’s how you can style them this Diwali. . __ECOMLOOKS__1749__ __ECOMLOOKS__1750__ __ECOMLOOKS__1751__ __ECOMLOOKS__1752__ __ECOMLOOKS__1753__ The Bottomline In the end, we would just like to say that even though 2020 hasn’t been a great year for most of us, we shouldn’t forget to celebrate the little things. Celebrate the good things this season and don’t forget to look good while doing it! Explore More View the full article
  8. We're all usually used to a never-ending Mumbai vs Delhi debate on the internet, but for a change, the rest of India came together to roast Mumbai to the ground. As we all know now, just because Mumbaikars really couldn't stop talking about it, there was a city-wide power outage in Mumbai for a few hours and that just resulted in the rest of the country collectively eye-rolling at them. Now that the power is being gradually restored in all parts of the city, people from smaller cities are reminding Mumbai people that it's a recurring thing for them. Mumbaikars after experiencing #powercut : pic.twitter.com/EYSBg34Jbt — Dev Kumar (@DeeKay2310) October 12, 2020 Aw, someone managed to capture the historic event. Bombay Twitter tweeting about the unprecedented event of a power cut, circa 2020 pic.twitter.com/LNFDVw6tXb — Bratticus (@bharatunnithan) October 12, 2020 Even celebs got in on making memes. It’s a tense situation #powercut pic.twitter.com/3Eh8OYPApf — kunal kemmu (@kunalkemmu) October 12, 2020 Oops. It's hard to get things done in Mumbai without power. Also...the electricity is gone. — Vir Das (@thevirdas) October 12, 2020 Wow. #powercut South Bombay Girl after hearing that there is #powercut in Mumbai : pic.twitter.com/u7ZVvmPszI — Jitesh Rochlani ➐ (@JRism99) October 12, 2020 What a completely spot-on meme! Mumbaikars to people staying in Badlapur, Kalyan after the sudden powercut:-#powercut #electricity #Mumbai pic.twitter.com/vh4GNSKH6D — Boscoite️ (@NowHiShake) October 12, 2020 Sad. Mumbai experiences #PowerCut today in several parts Meanwhile Ulhasnagar & Ambernath residents to Mumbai : pic.twitter.com/k3IxN9f0yY — Ashish Chanchlani (@ashchanchlani) October 12, 2020 Don't mess with small-town people. Mumbaikars - Yaar this #powercut sucks. People who stays around Ulhasnagar and Dahanu - pic.twitter.com/RJNHpNNNAu — Pratik Jadhav (@PratikJ01) October 12, 2020 Exactly. Delhi reacts to Mumbai citizens having a meltdown over the power cut pic.twitter.com/2bb5oH90fh — Nidhi Razdan (@Nidhi) October 12, 2020 Hmm. People in Mumbai: oh no! There’s a #powercut what’re we supposed to do now?!?? People in Delhi: pic.twitter.com/vDT12oYozi — Afifa (@__affi__) October 12, 2020 Yep. Mumbaikars crying due to #powercut *Le villagers who experience it everyday : pic.twitter.com/FiR1kFl8k1 — Sarang chaitanya (@sarangsayss) October 12, 2020 Some Among Us content for everyone. Mumbaikars right now :-#powercut pic.twitter.com/fHCkm5i5V9 — A-cashhh (@whateverakash) October 12, 2020 All of Mumbai was Andheri for a few hours. Mumbai should be renamed to Andheri LMFAO — Prags (@pragatisinngh) October 12, 2020 Sad reality. #powercut #electricity#PowerFailure #MumbaiPowerFailure Meanwhile people of UP: pic.twitter.com/L6TQyohUvK — Prattyush Sinha (@SinhaHoney) October 12, 2020 Oh no. mumbaikars today #powercut pic.twitter.com/x8tShlT9sf — The Daily Hera Pheri Meme Project (@dailyherapheri) October 12, 2020 Oops. Mumbaikars jumping on phones to tweet to the world that we are suffering #PowerCut first time in 20 yrs. Meanwhile PowerGrid : pic.twitter.com/ylb6UdQmjW — Hugo Stiglitz (@aatli_baatli) October 12, 2020 That is giving me anxiety. LIVE visuals from an apartment in Mumbai with inverter............#PowerCut pic.twitter.com/pXWRLiu6tI — Krishna (@Atheist_Krishna) October 12, 2020 Among Us is taking over. Mood. #powercut #gridfailure pic.twitter.com/wGNf2GBBA5 — Vedant Walia (@vedant_walia) October 12, 2020 Yep. On a Monday like today, realising the importance of wifi and a reminder that vodadone data sucks. Also the inverter is giving up. #powercut thoughts. — Rana Ayyub (@RanaAyyub) October 12, 2020 Oh no. Me on my way to fix mumbai electricity #powercut #mumbai #Blackout pic.twitter.com/5PZr9HIaJ9 — Harshad (@Harshad16016795) October 12, 2020 10/10 tweet. #powercut People Living in Maharashtra People Living outside Maharashtra pic.twitter.com/LS8k3R5WRq — (@iamjitusrivas) October 12, 2020 View the full article
  9. Back in the old days, it seemed like Bollywood only had one agenda - show who can make the most adarsh child in a movie. Sanskaars this, sanskaars that, all that the grown-up children could do was literally what their parents told them to, after all, don't want them to be batameez, right? But, like always, it was taken too far and I'm not even talking about all the misogyny masquerading as sanskaars in these movies. Yes, of course, kids should respect their parents and listen to them but not to the extent of giving up any free will and living their life just according to them. That's honestly extremely problematic, but sadly, way too relevant for desi children. And overly-sankaari movies didn't help the case at all, everything was so extreme and over the top, it almost feels like propaganda movies that parents collectively made for kids everywhere. 1. Baghban © B. R. Films The first movie when you think of sankaars will never not be Baghban. I get what the movie was trying to say, children can be disrespectful after 'leaving the nest' but they showed such extremes sides of the spectrum, it honestly feels like a comedy. © B. R. Films On one hand, the worst, most disrespectful kids any person can have, and on the other hand, you have a son who puts his parents' picture in the temple? It's so bizarre that there was no balance between the behaviour, just polar opposites. 2. Hum Saath-Saath Hain © Rajshri Productions A well-loved typical Bollywood drama showing how great joint families are. You have righteous, adarsh children who will do anything to not let their parents down, even if it involves being more mature than the parents and going away to protect the family. © Rajshri Productions 3. Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! © Rajshri Productions I would personally like to thank this movie for bestowing upon the internet the meme of Renuka Shahane falling down the stairs. But, there's still so much problematic stuff in the movie, almost as problematic as the internet making a joke out of a death scene. Every one of these sanskaari movies has Mohnish Bahl playing the sensible and mature older brother and has Salman Khan playing a character named Prem. Was this in their contract or something? © Rajshri Productions If the older brother's wife died, didn't anyone think it was weird to marry off the widowed guy to his late wife's younger sister? Anything to keep the sanskaars intact, I guess. 4. Vivah © Rajshri Productions Oh yes, the only goal in life for a woman is to get married and become fair otherwise who will marry you? A lot of these movies are just straight-up sexist and it's infuriating to see. © Rajshri Productions Sanskaari bahu is the ultimate life goal, no other personality trait. 5. Cocktail © Illuminati Films Okay, I know this is the farthest thing from a sanskaari movie, but hear me out. The movie is on this list because it basically shows the juxtaposition of a wild party girl with a simple and sankaari woman. © Illuminati Films It shows the party girl as someone you just have fun with, but she's not marriage material, of course. What a subtle way of showing sanskaari is better than an independent woman. Hmm, I smell something. Oh, it's misogyny! View the full article
  10. We may have downsized our big fat Indian weddings to a gathering of a few relatives but our spirit of celebrating is still intact. Social distancing remains the theme of the year 2020 but that doesn’t have to stop the festivities entirely. Rather it gives you more reasons to treat yourself with the best piece of clothing, getting groomed and celebrating with your family. Keeping in mind all the festive shirts and kurta trends, we have enlisted some of the best ethnic wear for men who can’t wait for the festivities to begin. __ECOMLOOKS__1718__ __ECOMLOOKS__1719__ __ECOMLOOKS__1720__ __ECOMLOOKS__1721__ __ECOMLOOKS__1722__ Be Festive ReadyThere you have it! A list of our best ethnic wear for men to complete your festive look. So get ready to dress up and enjoy the festive vibe. Explore More View the full article
  11. As you probably already know, Huawei is having a bit of trouble dealing with bad PR, which in turn is taking a toll on their global business. It's been a rough year for the company and it looks like there's still a lot of work that needs to be done to get back on their feet. However, there's a new report which claims that the company is considering selling off the Honor brand. Yes, the same has been reported by one of the most reliable analysts in the industry, Ming-Chi Kuo. © Reuters If the new owner of Honor is based outside of China, then it could regain access to major hardware and software suppliers which were lost earlier due to the trade sanctions. Huawei has dismissed these claims and says it is committed to supporting Honor. Kuo believes that the sale of the Honor business will be a positive move for Honor, more so than it is for Huawei. Once Honor is off Huawei's shackles, it'll be able to make a name for itself in the market and will be able to develop high-end phones. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer For Huawei, however, it's not good news because letting go of Honor means they'll have to lose one of its most promising divisions. We can only imagine the kind of impact it'll have on the already trembling state of the company. Let's see how this all unfolds in the future. Source: Tech Radar View the full article
  12. Lahore?s top cop says it is ?high time? to review disciplinary rules and develop a ?new accountability regime? for police
  13. There's been a lot of leaks about the OnePlus 8T and we pretty much know everything about the phone. A new leak surfaced yesterday that showed what the camera module of the phone looks like. Just minutes after that leak surfaced, the company decided to cut the drama and show us what the phone looks like. In a new video, the company showcased the phone's back design. Here, check it out. As you can see, OnePlus has decided to move the camera module from the center to the left corner. It looks more like the OnePlus Nord that launched earlier this year. In fact, it also looks very similar to the Oppo A52 that came out not too long ago. We also love the slick new green colour of the phone which is called 'Ultramarine Green'. A lot of manufacturers have started releasing phones in this new colour and we're all in for it. In fact, even Apple is expected to launch an iPhone in some shade of green on October 13. Coming back to the OnePlus 8T, the phone will be fully unveiled on October 14. The device is confirmed to feature a high refresh rate panel with support for up to 120Hz. It's also going to support 65W charging, which is great. © OnePlus Besides this, you can expect the phone to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865+ chipset and come with at least 8GB of RAM. This will also be a 5G supported phone, for those of you who are wondering. We'll have more to talk about the phone once it goes official, so stay tuned. View the full article
  14. Disrespecting any kind of Indian food is just asking for trouble. Especially when a white guy does it. Come on, man, there are millions of us here and will roast you to death. And, that's why British professor Edward Anderson had to face the wrath of desi people recently after taking a controversial stance about idlis. © Twitter When Zomato asked about unpopular food opinions, Edward decided to piss off a majority of the population of India. Idli are the most boring things in the world. https://t.co/2RgHm6zpm4 — Edward Anderson (@edanderson101) October 6, 2020 Oh no, don't say that. He did give some more context, though. pic.twitter.com/i1jGBnEYE8 — Edward Anderson (@edanderson101) October 6, 2020 Oops. One problem with pissing off south Indian twitter is that they are in literally every timezone - even when India sleeps, the irate replies keep coming! — Edward Anderson (@edanderson101) October 6, 2020 As his previous tweet said, too late. pic.twitter.com/Z4pwVNE79w — Edward Anderson (@edanderson101) October 6, 2020 Just imagine if he had said something about biryani instead of idlis, it would've been even worse. One of the people to actually get really upset with this food take was Ishaan Tharoor. I think I've encountered the most offensive take on Twitter. https://t.co/jRb2xI3mX1 — Ishaan Tharoor (@ishaantharoor) October 6, 2020 And then, of course, even senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor swooped in to roast this man alive in the nicest possible way. Yes, my son, there are some who are truly challenged in this world. Civilisation is hard to acquire: the taste & refinement to appreciate idlis, enjoy cricket, or watch ottamthullal is not given to every mortal. Take pity on this poor man, for he may never know what Life can be. https://t.co/M0rEfAU3V3 — Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) October 7, 2020 Everyone after that tweet - © Among Us While Shashi Tharoor's tweet was sassy as well, it was all in good fun and it even led to a wholesome conversation between the two. Try it with a plate of steaming idlis, accompanied by coconut chutney with a garnish of mustard seeds, a red-chilli-and-onion samandi & some molagapodi w/melted ghee. If the idli batter has been fermented right, it’s the closest thing to heaven on this earth! Class will be better — Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) October 7, 2020 And then there's Ishaan Tharoor, following his dad's footsteps. Apologies, you don’t deserve all this for objecting to idlis... or maybe you do 🧐 — Ishaan Tharoor (@ishaantharoor) October 7, 2020 But, he's not your average desi dad. Ok Shashi or you could’ve just said “that’s just his opinion Ishaan, focus on your studies” — Raunaq Rajani (@SirRaunaqRajani) October 8, 2020 Victory! This may be the first time, I have understood each and every word of his without referring to a dictionary...(brb, adding English under languages known) https://t.co/UppmaqWnMk — sai (@Pandakahubby) October 8, 2020 The most interesting of the wars. The Idli wars. https://t.co/rNQhanTp4M — Prabhakar Singh (@OolongTeaCher) October 8, 2020 Ooh. Mr Tharoor, the offender is in fact a son in law of your constituency. The next time he’s visiting you must get someone there to remedy his misgivings. @edanderson101 — SK (@sruthijith) October 7, 2020 View the full article
  15. The year 2020 has been catastrophic and people are just waiting for it to get over with. But, now archaeologists have unsealed a mummy coffin, which was sealed for 2500 years. This isn’t all, they did this in front of a live audience in Egypt. pic.twitter.com/QM9ZK8wfwc — Psychedelic Art (@VisuallySt) October 5, 2020 The video of the same is now doing the rounds on the internet. Archaeologists have found around 59 sealed wooden sarcophagi earlier this year in the Necropolis Saqqara, south of Cairo near Memphis. The region is a known home to many pyramids and the famous Giza Pyramids are also in the same region. It was also named the UNESCO World Heritage Site in the 1970s. Check out the video here- The mummy tomb, which has been sealed for 2500 years, has been opened for the first time. pic.twitter.com/KWGT95girv — Psychedelic Art (@VisuallySt) October 5, 2020 In the video, it can be seen that the Mummy is wrapped in an ornate burial cloth and has been decorated by the deceased priest’s face. The video now has around 20.2 million views and around 13.2K comments. Here’s what people on the internet have to say about this- As long as the slab also isn't removed we're safe right? pic.twitter.com/Sc9ua1crkE — Doncut97 (@Doncut97) October 5, 2020Really?! It was necessary in this 2020 open a mummy?! pic.twitter.com/MJYnTFUuaG — _gel_ (@_exgel_) October 5, 2020All the years and months you could of chose to unlock a mf MUMMY & you chose THIS YEAR...in October.. If a snake hit my windsheild Ima be hot pic.twitter.com/y5D82BUZcY — UNG/ Will Smith got Margot in his phone as Outback (@NickJRow) October 5, 2020We're opening ancient tombs in 2020?! We gonna die! pic.twitter.com/oeKgDJWLKJ — Failed Rival (@blackotaconerd) October 5, 2020Nah. They just opened it. The season finale begins now — Mr. Neple (@ENeple) October 5, 2020According to a Press Release by Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, “Initially, three burial wells at different depths between 10 and 12 meters, with 13 coffins, were discovered in Saqqara. Then another 14 coffins were revealed until the total number of coffins reached 59. The reveal has not finished yet.” We just think 2020 is not the year to do all this. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  16. I don't remember a single recent TV show or movie that did not trigger a lot of people to the extent of a 'boycott hashtag', I feel like it's a rite of passage now before any new release. And, being consistent with the trend, after the trailer for the second season of Mirzapur released, #BoycottMirzapur2 started trending last night and it's still going on, with just a slight change. © Prime Video It started off with people having a problem with multiple stars of the show showing support for CAA protests last year. First of all, protesting is a constitutional right and secondly, it's their opinion that they can share on their personal platform. But, with the trend picking up, Mirzapur fans flooded the hashtag with opposing opinions and are so eagerly waiting for the new season to drop on October 23 on Prime Video, that they do not care about anything else. People have waited long enough for their beloved show, a little hashtag isn't going to stop them from bingeing it the moment it releases. Those people who trending in twitter #Boycottmirzapur2 pic.twitter.com/FPXvzMfVvU — Sd_Patra (@Smash_Hunt) October 6, 2020 Stop trying to take away good things. Me to BJP IT CELL who trend #BoycottMirzapur2 pic.twitter.com/xTX3JPBopX — عدنان||Adnan (@adnansrk321) October 7, 2020 Oops. When some one asks me to #BoycottMirzapur2 : pic.twitter.com/HkOCbAqzRK — Shreyansh (@helloflazyguy) October 6, 2020 So many hilarious memes. Mirzapur fans to people who are saying #BoycottMirzapur2 pic.twitter.com/Wo2u61lkLE — Mansi Choudhary (@sinnersoul__) October 6, 2020 Hmm. The tweet was done during protests in December and had nothing to do with the riots Sensationalism mein mat baho Bhaion,ye Propaganda hai Mere over enthusiastic nationalists Jammuwalon, Thoda sambhal kr🤷🏽‍♂️ Aur 2g pr Toh Jammu wale waise bhi kya he dekhenge S2#BoycottMirzapur2 pic.twitter.com/huAkgAN5wH — ऋत्vik (@ritviccc) October 6, 2020 Wow. For those who are saying #BoycottMirzapur2 pic.twitter.com/Xarwzq1dK2 — Jack Sparrow (@jacksparrow_56) October 6, 2020 Ohh. When someone says #BoycottMirzapur2 Me-: #Mirzapur2 pic.twitter.com/JkU57QWbfj — yasin//ياسين (@BeingYasinKhan1) October 6, 2020 That's the general consensus. #BoycottMirzapur2 is trending Le people who love mirzapur series; pic.twitter.com/pwXTU00m2A — parasite (@_pahadii_) October 6, 2020 Uhh. Some communally sick MFs are trying to trend #BoycottMirzapur2 . What the **** seriously, I pray to God to boycott them and make them a in their next life. Me and my bois after seeing these chutiyas and their tweet :- pic.twitter.com/19Kw9JlGyQ — Siddhu (@Siddu_4001) October 6, 2020 View the full article
  17. Wedding season is once again around the corner and even a pandemic is unable to stop people from getting married. Coronavirus has not been able to stop people from leading their regular lives and the matrimonial sites and newspaper columns are flooded with advertisements by people trying to find a perfect match. However, every time you look at the matrimonial column in the newspaper you come across bizarre demands such as ‘looking for a tall, slim, fair girl’. © BCCL Recently, we came across an extraordinary advertisement by an advocate in high court whose demands stunned many of us. IAS officer Nitin Sangwan took to Twitter and shared an advert from the matrimony section of a newspaper. The ad said that the advocate is looking for a ‘fair, beautiful, tall, slim bride’. Now, this statement is problematic in many ways but that's not all, as he also mentioned that the ‘wife should not be addicted to social media.’ Check out the ad here- Prospective brides/grooms please pay attention. Match making criteria are changing pic.twitter.com/AJZ78ARrHZ — Nitin Sangwan, IAS (@nitinsangwan) October 3, 2020 Here’s what people have to say about the unique matrimony ad and the changing demands of the people with time. So, here we go- He may search every hook and corner still difficult to find one — swapna (@swapna1822) October 3, 2020That's funny! Chatterjee won't get married. — Pravalika Patel (@patel_pravalika) October 3, 2020Destined to be a chronic bachelor. — Vijay Krishnan (@vk_appu) October 5, 2020Dwaparyug me ji rahe hai — kirann (@rhythm99_) October 3, 2020I think... "गाँव की गोरी" is best option. — UP के चौधरी साहब (@ypsingh26) October 5, 2020May be family's past experiences were kept in mind while printing prospective — Mikii Naila (@mikii_naila) October 3, 2020As if picking from catalogue, Kunwara hi rahega ye vakil — rajendra godara (@rgodarahlf) October 3, 2020In today’s time, most of us are well-informed due to social media and it’s almost impossible to expect someone to not be on social media. This is a very bizarre demand, isn’t it? What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  18. Six months into quarantine Taapsee Pannu feels like a child returning to school after a long holiday
  19. Facebook seems to like its Messenger service a lot, which is why the company keeps making moves to make it relevant. The company has now announced that it's integrating its Messenger service with Instagram for users. This means Instagram users will now be able to send a direct message to Messenger and vice versa. In addition to this launch of cross-platform messaging, Instagram is also getting a major overhaul of its DM system and it'll be getting some Messenger features. These new features include vanishing messages, and the introduction of Messenger’s Watch Together feature that lets you watch videos with friends during a video call. Facebook is also adding the ability to let users on Instagram and Messenger to search for profiles across both apps simultaneously. © Facebook As you can see, Facebook is making a ton of changes to the way Instagram DMs work. We like the effort to give more features to its users but we wonder if the Instagram DM experience will ever be the same again. Instagram's Direct Messaging is probably one of the best solutions out there. It just works and we doubt if its users are craving new features like the vanishing messages or watch party. Also, all this just seems like a build for up some big update down the line in which Facebook might completely import Facebook Messenger and replace the existing simple solution. © Unsplash With all that being said, this particular update is not available for all the users just yet. Facebook has also noted that the users can opt-out of all this if they want. You can learn more about this change right here. View the full article
  20. After a lot of leaks and rumours, Google finally decided to launch the Pixel 5 last night at an online event. The company also launched a bunch of other products yesterday, but we'll be checking out the two phones in this particular story. Let's get started. Pixel 5Pixel 5 is Google's main phone this year. It's not a high-end phone, at least in terms of the specs, but it seems like a really good device for the price. It sports a 6-inch FHD+ OLED 90Hz Smooth Display on the front with very minimal bezels. This is, in fact, one of the very few phones that have no chin at the bottom of the display, so that's something to be excited about. It’s powered by Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 765G processor with 8GB of RAM. This, as you probably already guessed, isn't a flagship processor, but it supports 5G. We're not too happy about the fact that the Pixel 5 only has 128GB storage, even on the top-of-the-line variant. Meet the new Google Pixel phones From our latest AI and Assistant features, to the biggest ever battery we’ve put in a Pixel, to industry-leading camera features, the Pixel 4a (5G) and Pixel 5 provide more help at a more helpful price. https://t.co/Gioak2AGE6 — Google (@Google) September 30, 2020 In terms of the camera, we're looking at a dual-camera setup at the back which includes a 12.2MP sensor and a 16MP wide-angle lens. The 12.2MP primary sensor is the same one that's used in Pixel 3. On the front, the Pixel 5 has an 8MP sensor for selfies. Pixel 5 also has a 4,080 mAh battery and it also supports wireless charging. You can also charge other accessories with the help of the Pixel 5 because it also supports reverse wireless charging. The Pixel 5 runs of Android 11 out of the box, although it's not the first phone to do that. Pixel 4a 5GThe Pixel 4a 5G is more or less similar to the Pixel 5. The Pixel 4a 5G sports a 6.2-inch panel instead of the 6-inch panel on the Pixel 5, and it's also capped at 60Hz, unlike the Pixel 5's 90Hz panel. In terms of the specs, the Pixel 4a 5G is also powered by the same processor, however, it only has 6GB RAM. It also packs a smaller battery, coming in at 3,080 mAh. But besides this, both phones are the same. You get 5G support, the same set of cameras, and even the same design. The display on the 4a 5G has a chin at the bottom though. © Google Pricing & AvailabilityPixel 5 will be available in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, and Australia, and it'll cost $699. You'll be able to pick one up in these countries starting October 15. The Pixel 4a 5G will be available for $499, which isn't too bad. In India, Google has confirmed that it's only going to launch the Pixel 4a. No, not even the 5G variant. In fact, we don't even know how much the Pixel 4a will cost, so let's just wait. View the full article
  21. With the amount of money celebrities make, it's no surprise that they go all out and spend their hard-earned cash on things they call a necessity. One of the most extravagant purchases most actors make is a vanity van, which is used as a dressing room. Something extremely essential to them when on sets. These vans are customised as per their requirement and the interiors range from practical to ostentatious. Here we take a look at 7 celebrities and their expensive vanity vans: 1. Allu Arjun © YouTube/TV Telugu Live © YouTube/TV Telugu Live Allu Arjun is a mega star down south and the actor has a luxurious vanity van with fancy interiors. Named Falcon by the actor, the van costs a whopping Rs 7 Crores, approximately. As for the interiors, the van comes with a compact bed, sofa setting and bright lights on the ceiling. Add to that, there's a full-sized washroom included. There's also a recliner, for one to watch television in a relaxed manner. If this isn't a dream place, we don't know what is. 2. Hrithik Roshan © YouTube/NMF News Speaking of Hrithik's van, the actor has worked around a futuristic theme. This one has wooden furniture and glass interiors. Hrithik's van is 12-meters-long and has been categorised into different parts. The front section is his office, then there's a lounge with an LCD and a bedroom with comfortable beds and restrooms. This vanity van is truly like a house on wheels. 3. Riteish Deshmukh © YouTube/Kushal Shah For someone who already has a background in architecture, Riteish decided the layout as well as the ambience of his vanity van and with the help of Indian car designer Dilip Chhabria, the vanity van was finally made. The interiors of his vanity van are classy and elegant. The area includes a captain's chair and from this spot, one can have a clear view of the vanity. There's also a television set, with great lighting. Riteish's vanity van costs about Rs 2 Crores. 4. Akshay Kumar © YouTube/Anis Khan One thing that has remained a constant for Akshay Kumar in the automobile section, is comfort. While he was shooting for Singh Is Bliing, the actor got a van customised and it includes a relaxing massage chair, along with a luxurious bedroom setting. Akshay's vanity van also has a kitchen and a huge dining area. Overall, this one costs a staggering amount of Rs 5 Crores, approximately. 5. Amitabh Bachchan © BCCL Amitabh Bachchan was introduced to vanity vans by filmmaker Manmohan Desai. Big B's van is unlike other celebrities, as in it steers clear of the extravagance and is more practical. It includes a refrigerator and a television set and apart from that, there's also a huge wardrobe. 6. Ranbir Kapoor © YouTube/Bollywood Exclusive Ranbir Kapoor's vanity van looks classy yet simple. It has grey interiors, with posters from retro films. As for other details, it is well furnished with a comfortable sofa, decked with vibrant cushions. The best bit is that his vanity van also includes a music system along with a pile of novels to unwind after a long shooting schedule. 7. Mahesh Babu © YouTube/Lehren Retro Telugu Star, Mahesh Babu also owns a plush vanity van, which is equipped with furniture and amenities. There's a huge seating area in the van with a television set. He paid a huge amount of Rs 6.2 Crores, approximately, to get this customised by the automobile company, DC. View the full article
  22. Whether it’s the slick furniture or minimalist art, modern home decor elements are one of the most functional ones out there. They stand as a complete contrast to the traditional Indian home decor, which is mostly maximalist and bright. While we love the traditional home decor, we can’t deny that premium wooden accents are a bit heavy on the pocket. From lamps to bookshelves, choosing bulky wooden pieces is also an impractical idea, especially for youngsters. So, as an alternative, we have sought some amazing modern home decor tips to turn your space into a beautiful fusion of traditional and modern decor which is functional and affordable: __ECOMLOOKS__1603__ __ECOMLOOKS__1604__ __ECOMLOOKS__1605__ __ECOMLOOKS__1606__ __ECOMLOOKS__1607__ Start decorating.On a concluding note, we would just like to say that fusion decor can actually look pretty chaotic when not done right. These simple tips are great for anyone who is new to the world of home decor. Follow them and you will see how decorating a home can actually be a fun task. Explore More View the full article
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