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  1. Imagine thinking that people just don't like you because no one has reached out to you in months, but then finding out it's because everyone thinks you're actually dead. Yeah, this is a weird situation but, it also happened for real for 75-year-old Alan Hattel. The poor guy got so concerned that no one had called him in three-four months, only to discover his own grave. Yes, it's getting weirder. Talk about being buried alive. © Paul Reid The retired welder from Forfar, Tayside in Scotland said, "My phone hasnât rung for three or four months. Iâve been confused by it all but now I know why nobody has been calling. I donât even want to be buried â I plan to be cremated." Well, what's the perfect way to announce that you're actually alive? Posing dramatically alongside your grave, of course. © Paul Reid I'm a little upset he didn't use this rare chance to just mess with people by claiming how he died but came back to life. That would be hilarious. But, the main question is why would there be a gravestone with his name on it when he's clearly not in the grave. Well, according to him, it seems like the doing of his ex-wife. © Paul Reid He said, "Iâve never, ever said I wanted to be buried alongside my ex-wife. Weâve been separated 26 years and thereâs no animosity but Iâm struggling to take it all in. To find out you have a gravestone in a cemetery while you are still alive isnât something that happens every day." There's only one explanation- When your ex really really doesn't like you ....https://t.co/AJEyB5Iy3S â Brad Pridgeon (@bpridgeo) January 23, 2020 Well, at least he already has a headstone and everything when his time actually comes if he changes his mind about getting cremated. View the full article
  2. Will you drink five extra shots of Tequila or finish 5 pints of beer under 15 minutes, to win Rs 10,000? Hell yeah, why not! Well, that's the first reaction most of us usually have when thrown in similar circumstances. Even if there's no money involved, even if it's just a friendly challenge between friends, people are still ready to go to any lengths to win. But, what most of us don't realise is that a bet cannot be more important or valuable than your life. And this 55-year-old man's death is a hard-hitting and sad lesson for all of us. © Reuters for representation The 55-year-old man was a farmer from Uganpur village in Bareilly's Izzatnagar. He placed, what he thought was a harmless bet, with his nephew where he had to drink four quarters of country-made liquor under 20 minutes. The loser was to pay for all the 8 quarters that were bought. Reportedly, there were nine more people, including the man's son, when the bet was placed. According to his son, the man won the bet by finishing all the liquor in 10 minutes, without adding water. While he may have won the bet, he paid a huge price for it because an hour later the man started vomitting blood and died. © Reuters for representation His son told The Times Of India, "I am not sure exactly what happened to my father after drinking alcohol. He was forced by Pradeep to place a bet and the liquor was brought by someone else. We have given a complaint to police to identify the reason behind my father's death and take action against the guilty." According to the cops, he died from excessive drinking, but they are not ruling out other possibilities too and are now waiting for the autopsy report. This is not the first time that someone lost his life over a bet. Earlier, a man in UP died after eating 41 eggs as part of a challenge. View the full article
  3. Imagine you are getting married to the love of your life and on your wedding day, you find out that she cheated on you with your best friend. Or that your husband ran away with your girl friend. While even the mere thought of it will pain a lot, nothing can come even remotely close to the pain that imam from Uganda is going through. Two weeks into his marriage, this imam found out that his wife was actually a...man. Honestly, we don't even know whether it counts as cheating or not, but it's outright bizarre that it took him two weeks to figure that out. We have so many questions right now, but more than that we feel so bad for this guy who not only lost a wife but also got suspended from his duties for absolutely no fault of his. © Twitter 27-year-old Sheikh Mohammed Mutumba, who was a cleric at the Kyampisi Masjid Noor mosque, got married to a woman called Swabullah Nabukeera in a traditional Islamic ceremony, in December. All was going well, until two weeks later his wife was caught stealing their neighbour's TV and clothes. When the cops were called and a female officer started searching her, that's when he got caught and the guy confessed that his real name is Richard Tumushabe. Reportedly, he married the imam to steal his money. Now I am sure you're wondering how did the imam never find out about his wife's 'obvious' secret? Well, according to him, he and his wife never had any sexual relationship because his wife said she was menstruating. What's more, his wife also "refused to undress while they slept". The guy even fooled the imam's friends and relatives since she usually wore a hijab, and "had a sweet soft voice and walked like a woman". Poor Mutumba never realised he got married to a man, he is now traumatised and needs counselling and he also got suspended till the matter is getting investigated. The world truly is unfair. View the full article
  4. Quirky, eccentric and yet subtle - perhaps this is the most appropriate way to describe the style statements that we have seen Aparshakti Khurana make. Now, even though he, like most of our Bollywood celebrities, are born with an innate sense of style, he is rarely the one who comes up with the ensembles that we have seen him wear. © Jay Samuel The stylist who is responsible for the drool-worthy sartorial sensibility that we have come to associate with Aparshakti, is Jay Samuel, a London-based stylist, who, apart from Aparshakti has closely worked with a number of style icons from across the Indian subcontinent. © Jay Samuel Here's what Jay had to say, when we sat down for a candid conversation over men's fashion in India, the icons of style in Bollywood, and all things fashion. Tell us about your journey, how did you start out? I've always had an eye for detail and a passion for fashion from a young age. Over the years, this passion grew even more, since I was styling family friends for various events. I also understood how to shop cleverly and work around things that I have. Gradually this habit led to a sense of recognition, which I pursued further. What is your creative process when you are working with Aparshakti Khurana? Being a stylist entails coming up with ideas for someone else to pursue. Aparshakti and I have worked together for many years now. We share the same energy when it comes to fashion. He is open to ideas and not afraid of setting trends, trying out new stuff, so that definitely helps. © Instagram/jaysamuelstudio We have seen this new trend of celebs getting a shoot done before going out for public appearances, be it a red carpet event or for promotions. Why has this practice developed as the norm? We are living in a social media frenzy where everything is constantly being snapped - whether it is your gym outfit, or an airport look. Sometimes, the images are flattering. However, sometimes they are far from it. Therefore this new trends gives celebrities the opportunity to have those perfect images ready for posting online. Furthermore, it's a great way to credit to the designer and stylist. However, as a photographer, I don't always agree with this habit, as this diminishes the need for a proper and creative photoshoot. Does being a photographer allow you to visualise your styling projects in a better way? How does it work? Definitely yes. As a photographer, you envision the end result in your mind, way before the day arrives and you clicking the image. From a stylist's point of view, I will prepare everything else, keeping that image in mind. © Instagram/jaysamuelstudio Virgil Abloh in a recent interview said that streetwear will be dead in the coming decade. Do you agree? Why or why not? Streetwear has stepped up, it's not just about being comfortable anymore. It's adding that quirkiness to give ensembles a certain look and feel. In my opinion, streetwear will always be there. We have seen a rise in multiple bags which started from the ramp and quickly could be seen on the streets. What is that one fashion trend that you don't like, or don't agree with? I didn't particularly like the trend of getting over the top, big hairstyles. I think they overpower the entire look. What are some must-have staples that men should hoard in their closets? A properly tailored white shirt, a smart jacket, a pair of brogues, a well fitted pair of jeans. Also, invest well in accessories, such as belts, watches and sunglasses. © Instagram/jaysamuelstudio What are some basic and often repeated mistakes that people make when putting together a look? I've always noticed that people often dress ignoring the kind of occasion they are heading to. For example, you often see men wearing the wrong shirt collar, for the tie they have chosen. If you opt for a bow tie then go for the right collar. Also the trend of wearing oversized garments. Although this may seem cool and look super comfortable, it can be overbearing for some people. How would you describe the last decade in terms of fashion? What trends, according to you, were huge? It was the decade of the smart suits paired with sneakers - sophisticated and yet comfortable. Also the whole neon effect for both women and men worked well. © Instagram/jaysamuelstudio And what trends do you see going big in 2020? Trench coats for both men and women will be a big thing. I do see people rocking more colours with spring emerging, particularly shades of yellow and orange. I also feel a comeback of the '80s trend of tailored blazer jackets with enunciated shoulder pads. What advice would you give to a budding stylist? The main thing is having that inner passion for fashion and style. Be creative and believe in your craft. Take inspiration from others but find your own style. Always work hard and remember to have fun. © Instagram/jaysamuelstudio How would you define your signature style? Quirky. Your favourite place to shop or look for new pieces to work with. I love shopping and I'm a creative but selective shopper, so the place doesn't matter. Just show me the stuff! © Jay Samuel One historical era that you find extremely fashionable? I loved the '70s in terms of fashion, with their fitted shirts and well-tailored trousers. One celebrity who can teach everyone else a lesson or two on how to pull off the Indian aesthetic elegantly, when it comes to menswear. It's between the godfather of Bollywood, Amitabh Bachan and Shahid Kapoor. They both have everything on point, every time. © Jay Samuel One thing men should never do while dressing up in traditional Indian wear. Get the shoes wrong, for some reason the outfits whether its grand sherwanis or just a plain kurta are always paired with the wrong kind of shoes…. Please can we show the footwear the same kind of love! One traditional Indian menswear item you believe every Indian man should have in his wardrobe, and why. A white or black kurta. It oozes comfort, but also looks very stylish, whether you are pairing it with a traditional churidar or some trendy chinos. © Jay Samuel 3 International Celebrities that you would love to style. David Beckham, Jennifer Lopez and David Gandy 3 Indian celebrities who have a natural flair for style. Ranveer Singh, Shahid Kapoor and Ayushman Khurrana Ethereal, elysian, and sublime - these words can often be used to describe the ensembles and outfits that we have seen Bollywood celebrities wear. However, more often than not, there is an entire team of people, working behind the scenes to bring us some iconic and memorable statement ensembles. As a series, Style Pundits looks at the eccentric people behind these ensembles and celebrates the ever-changing notions that have come to define India's sartorial sensibilities and the fluidity of our style. View the full article
  5. Zaira Wasim-accused man gets jailed for molesting her while she was a minorFormer Bollywood star Zaira Wasim's accused was taken into custody on Wednesday after being found guilty of molesting her during a flight in 2017. The 41-year-old businessman from Mumbai, identified as Vikas Sachdev was accused of molesting the Dangal starlet by continuously moving his foot up and down her neck and back while she half-asleep at age 17 back in 2017. The Secret Superstar actor at first had shrugged off the inappropriate behavior as probable ‘turbulence’ but was later woken up by his foot touching her neck. The former actor had also attempted to film the man but it was too dark to identify his face. Following the incident, Zaira had made a video in which she was visibly shaken and distraught and could be heard saying: “No one will help us if we don't decide to help ourselves." In her viral Instagram post, Zaira had said that the man "kept nudging my shoulder and continued to move his foot up and down my back and neck". The man — taken into custody on Wednesday under child protection laws and will be facing a three-year jail time — was identified later through the help of the airline, Air Vistara, that had at the time, failed to provide assistance, as per Zaira’s claims back then.
  6. Most men overlook the fact that the hair defines the way they look. So, even if you're well-groomed, are wearing the best of the clothes from your closet but your hair is frizzy, it'll definitely ruin everything. Often, we tend to not take care of our hair and that reflects in the bad hair quality in terms of dry, brittle hair. This is more often than not because we're not taking care of our hair, so here's why you should oil your hair, not just to improve your hair quality but also for other crucial benefits. 1. Nix The Frizz © Getty Images Hair oil is probably the best natural conditioner. In order to 'deep condition' your hair, oil your hair with coconut oil, then leave it on overnight, and wash it off with a mild shampoo the next day. 2. Hair Oil Can Also Be Soothing © Instagram/Ranveer Singh Slowly massaging hair oil helps in the better absorption of oil in the scalp. It also enables blood circulation which in turn is soothing. Oiling your hair also strengthens roots. 3. Fights Off Fungal And Bacterial Infections © Getty Images If you don't take care of your hair, your scalp especially becomes more prone to bacterial and fungal infections which reflects if you spot lice or dandruff among other visible signs. Regularly oiling your hair helps fight bacterial infections and goodness of the oil keeps the scalp hydrated. 4. Gives Hair a Natural Sheen © Getty Images Regular oiling nourishes your hair root deep. Oiling your hair, even post-wash leaves a natural sheen to your hair. So you can say goodbye to the frizz because with regular oiling, you won't be facing that anymore. 5. Nix The Dandruff Too © Getty Images One of the major reasons behind dandruff is a dry scalp. The dry scalp stretches and breaks, causing scabs and flakes that form dandruff. Dandruff cause itching on the scalp and at hair roots, inevitably resulting in hair breakage and hair fall. Massaging helps to keep the scalp nourished and to nix dandruff as well. So, this will definitely slow down the hair fall process. View the full article
  7. KARACHI: One particular vendor at the Karachi East 2020 came all the way from Texas to help his friend try selling sumptuous cookies to Karachiites. Speaking to Geo.tv, Ahsan Patoli said he had come all the way from Texas to help his friend Sheza Qureshi set up the Pink Beans' stall at the Karachi East festival. In response to a question, Patoli said a big crowd had turned up at the festival. "We had some electricity problems at the stall but they were fixed real quick," he said. "A lot of people have come here so it turned out pretty well." Sheza spoke to Geo.tv and said it had been a wonderful experience for her. "It [the experience at the event] is better than expected," she said. "Honestly, I was very scared. The response has been very good." Sheza said among all her items, people bought Tres Leches in cups and Nutella stuffed cookies the most. "Our stall is mainly about cookies. Those are my main items," she concluded.
  8. Restaurant reservation app Dineout recently published a fascinating annual report, and amongst a list of interesting statistics, one in particular stands out. It seems like the city of Bengaluru has become an undisputed dining hotspot, with one man footing a bill of Rs 2,76,988 at a pub, while another watering hole clocked in over 1 million diners. That's a lot of dishes to wash and bottles to recycle. In fact, the bill is so ridiculous, it's just about what you'd pay to step out of a showroom with a brand new Maruti Alto or Datsun Redi-Go. Not interested in a car? The bill could also cover a trip to London and back again - in Emirates first class seats. Meanwhile, Udaipur stepped up as well - it seems like the 'City of Lakes' played host to the biggest number of couples, with the highest number of 'tables for two'. Indore had the most 'tables for four' reservations and oddly enough, seemed to dine out most often on Thursdays - 60% of Indians dined out on weekends, specifically. With the rise of restaurant culture in India's metros and a no-cooking lifestyle emerging across India's urban youth, it's not surprising that Indians dined out over 5 billion times last year, with 52% of us preferring to dine at casual restaurants as opposed to fast food outlets and fine dining options. Close to 4566 tables were reserved per hour, and the average bill value for dining out was Rs 1600, whereas for ordering in, it was Rs 300. It's also interesting to note that Indians are pretty late eaters - the global average dinnertime sits between 6PM and 8PM, while desi dinners usually happen between 8PM and 10PM. Gotta' blame post-work traffic for that one. So if you're worried that you've been spending too much on dining out, don't worry. You're certainly not alone. View the full article
  9. Life can be so unpredictable, and it takes personal experiences to really believe that. So when Swiggy delivery boy Vishal went about taking care of his deliveries, little did he know that one particular delivery to this young man named Nikhil George will change his life and how. Vishal had gone to hand over the delivery to Nikhil when the two started chatting. This eventually led to an exchange that helped the world discover a talented artist who is a “painter by profession and a delivery boy by compulsion”. This is how things went down: This is Vishal. He delivered my Swiggy order today. He's an artist and he is looking for work. Do let me know if you would like to get a painting/wall art commissioned. I can put you in touch with him. Do spread the word and help him out! pic.twitter.com/3HCMaYSuRx — nikhiilist (@nikhiilist) January 6, 2020 No sooner did Nikhil post this update that it caught people's attention on Twitter. People couldn't stop praising Vishal's talent and requests for projects and portraits began pouring in. Bollywood actor-director Pooja Bhatt was one of those who wanted to get in touch with Vishal to get portraits created. Yes please! ð how does one connect with him? — Pooja Bhatt (@PoojaB1972) January 7, 2020 Vishal had joined Swiggy in 2018 to financially support himself and works with the food delivery company on a part-time basis while sparing a large chunk of his day to explore his passion for painting. If he is willing to come to Malda, which we will pay for, we are looking for an artist to paint an Aaganwadi Centre here. Might not get paid as much but would be great exposure for his work. — Naveen Kumar Chandra, IAS (@n_k_chandra) January 7, 2020 According to a HT report, Vishal's Instagram post said, “Hello everybody, I am Vishal. I am a painter by profession and a delivery boy by compulsion. Would love to earn my daily bread thru' my hobby and passion.” He also added that one of his friends helped him create the Instagram account showcase his work and gain more exposure. Hey Nikhil, thank you for taking the time to bring this to our attention ð Talent should always be shared, appreciated and supported. It is great to know that such a talented artist is among us and we would want to do everything possible (cont) https://t.co/0Ch5otPksJ — Swiggy Cares (@SwiggyCares) January 7, 2020 As for Nikhil, this is what he had to say to HT, “After delivering the order, he told me that he's an artist and asked me if I needed any paintings done. I asked him to show me his work. I was impressed. I never expected it to get the response that it did. My phone started buzzing non-stop.” View the full article
  10. Leonardo DiCaprio saves someone from drowning, yet again, but at least he himself survives this time. Looking at you, Rose, there was enough for both of you! While the Titanic argument is honestly never ending, we can just focus on Leo becoming a real-life hero for someone. Basically, a man had toppled off a cruise ship in the Caribbean, but lucky for him, none other than Leo was vacationing near St. Barts with his girlfriend, Camila Morrone, and friends over the New Year's Eve. The incident took place on December 30th and the captain of Leo's boat alerted him about the situation. A source said, "Leo and his friends and their boat captain decided to join the search and their efforts resulted in helping save a man's life." Turns out Leo's search party was the only one actually searching for the poor guy and his chances of survival were basically zero. The source added, "The captain put the man's chances of survival at one in a billion â like winning the lottery twice. They were the only responders, and his only chance of survival, despite being hours away. The âman overboardâ was minutes from drowning when he was found." Reportedly, the guy was just minutes away from drowning but Leo and party reached him just in time. The source added, "He thought he was dreaming after being rescued by one of the worldâs most famous faces." To be honest, I would pass out if I saw Leo saving my life. The entire thing, obviously, resulted in a lot of Titanic jokes, it just had to happen. It came in handy. Titanic training ð¼ â Dasha German (@DariaGerman) January 9, 2020 Finally. the raft was finally big enough https://t.co/gOaDJxsYPC â film cam is Back (@leobicaprio) January 10, 2020 Of course! lol heâs good at that https://t.co/yVbVUXwMKX â Sarah Harren (@greatblueharren) January 10, 2020 I know, right? Imagine you look up to see who saved you and itâs JACK FUCKING DAWSON https://t.co/eVV2ziNms8 â Cristina (@christy_na) January 10, 2020 As she should. Rose is shaking. https://t.co/pFTt9l9FSj â Quwn (@Q_Corleone) January 10, 2020 Umm. Leonardo DiCaprio saves a man from drowning at sea #LeonardoDiCaprio Me: pic.twitter.com/RukmIkkUow â Suzie Quartermain (@SuzieQuarterma2) January 10, 2020 Okay. if Iâm drowning and youâre not leonardo dicaprio do not save me https://t.co/NztRjkbrV9 â âï¸ (@vxdhxx) January 9, 2020 Rose is shook. Leonardo DiCaprio saved someone from drowning! A nervous Rose: pic.twitter.com/RAtTTVyQtk â Dylan (@DylanChupz) January 9, 2020 View the full article
  11. Scores of angry protesters in Nankana Sahib are seen in a screenshot obtained from social media. Twitter/Screenshot via Geo.tvLAHORE: A young Sikh woman from Nankana Sahib in Punjab on Thursday said that she had married a Muslim man of her own free will and converted to Islam for him, reported The News. Jagjeet Kaur, while appearing in the hearing of a case related to her conversion and marriage at the Lahore High Court, said in the courtroom that she had married Muhammad Hassaan and wished to stay with him. Kaur had been brought to the court from Darul Aman under strict security arrangements to attend hearing of a petition by her brother seeking determination of her age. Also read: PM Imran seeks report on Nankana Sahib incident as Punjab police apprehend main accused in case The petitioner claimed that his sister was not of age to take decisions about her marriage or religious conversion of her own accord. Justice Syed Mazahar Ali Akbar Naqvi also allowed petitioner Manmohan Singh to have a meeting with his sister in the court. After the meeting, Kaur told the court that her brother tried to persuade her to go back home but she did not want to go with him. The girl was given the name of Ayesha after her conversion. Singh claimed that his sister was under pressure and needed to be given more time to make a final decision. The investigating officer in the case also asked the court to adjourn proceedings in light of the law and order situation in the area. Also read: Protesters in Nankana Sahib disperse after assurance of justice Angry protesters had last week had become embroiled in a scuffle with the police in Nankana Sahib over the arrest of some unidentified individuals in a case involving the marriage of a young couple. The protesters had dispersed after negotiations with the government who assured them of justice. The main culprit accused of orchestrating a demonstration near the Sikh holy site in the small town of Nankana Sahib in Punjab was arrested for his role in the affair, according to a representative of the provincial government. The judge hearing the case related to the marriage of the young couple has adjourned further hearings till January 23 and sent the girl back to the Darul Aman.
  12. KARACHI: A man committed suicide on Thursday, reportedly devastated over being unable to provide warm clothes for his children during the harsh winters. The man was a resident of the city's Ibrahim Haidery area and earned his livelihood by driving a donkey cart. He was taken to the Civil Hospital after he set himself on fire but was unable to survive the burn wounds. The reason why he killed himself came to light after his death; he was heartbroken after his children had asked for warm clothes to protect themselves from the harsh cold. He was going through a financial crisis. The winter season has broken various records in Pakistan as mercury in Peshawar dropped to a freezing -1°C after 36 years. Karachi, on the other hand, recorded its lowest at 9.2°C, while Skardu reached a freezing -21°C.
  13. Leonardo DiCaprio celebrated as a hero after saving drunken man. Photo: ComplexLeonardo DiCaprio is one of Hollywood's gems as his humanitarian endeavors never go unseen in the eyes of the public and his Instagram account attests to that fact. Recently, an insider came forward with news which shines light on DiCaprio's heroism off screen. The actor was enjoying a vacation with friends and girlfriend Camila Morrone, on a rented boat on December 30. This was when they all heard an emergency call calling for the search of a man who had fallen overboard, in a drunken haze, from a Club Med yacht. A source told PEOPLE, “Leo and his friends and their boat captain decided to join the search and their efforts resulted in helping save a man’s life,” the man had been treading the open water for almost 11 hours before getting rescued. The inside further went onto say, “The boat crew were happy to try and assist — even more so that they were able to help get the man to safety.” As luck would have it, DeCaprio's boat was the only one which happened to be searching for the man, at the area where he had reportedly fallen off from. The man was spotted amidst rough waters almost an hour before the sun was going to set and a heavy rainstorm set in.
  14. Revenge is a dish best served cold. Well, in this weird yet funny scenario of seeking revenge, it was indeed served on the table in the form of a lavish dinner. A Reddit user shared his story of break up on the internet that has cracked up everyone on social media. He met his girlfriend while finishing his lifeguard certification course and everything was going fine until their mutual friend found out that the only reason this woman in question was involved with the guy was that he used to take her out for fancy meals. “I've really liked this girl for a while that I met at a lifeguard certification course, and I talked to her while I was there and we (I thought) ended up hitting it off. We exchanged numbers and social media and all that and we messaged for a few weeks before I asked her out to a movie, which she accepted,” he wrote. He added, “We'd been going on casual dates, nothing too serious and we weren't hanging out at my place or her place even though I'd hinted at the idea, for a few weeks before one of her friends (someone that was also at the lifeguarding course that I met and kept in contact with because he was cool) sends me this screenshot.” © Reddit Unfortunately hurt and deceived, the guy decided to take his girlfriend out on a date and make her pay the bill instead. “After seeing this, I asked her to go on a nice date with me to a hibachi grill restaurant. $20-$40 dollar plates and premium desserts are served here. I got the most expensive thing they had and so did she. We both got fancy ice cream and multiple refills on drinks,” he wrote. “I complimented her a lot and smiled consistently, before getting up to go to the bathroom and leaving. (I was also her ride). About 45 minutes after, I get furious texts from her saying that she had to have her mom come down and pay for it because she didn't have the money on her and that we were done. I know it's not a lot and it sucks because I thought she was actually into me but it felt pretty nice leaving her that way,” he revealed. Opinions on this was actually divided and everyone shared their take on this incident. © Reddit If there is any truth in this story, then we do feel bad for our bro out here. Hurting feelings to get some extra food is actually not a cool idea. Rest, the next time you date someone, make sure they aren't using you to buy them food! First world problems today are hilarious. View the full article
  15. Resolutions are inevitably part of the New Year for most people. And while it's hard living up to these wonderful resolutions, one can always make them a little more practical so that they're easier to follow through. One of the New Year Resolutions that you should have in 2020 is a great skincare routine to give you a clear face that's free of adult acne, uneven skin tone and fine lines, among other problems. Besides that, there are other grooming issues that you could target with grooming resolutions that could literally turn 2020 around for you. 1. Try A New Beard Style Life's too short to not dip your toes in new and exciting beard styles. Especially, when you've not found your signature beard style yet. You could try shaving parts of your scruff for a new look, like a thinner moustache or the famous 'pornstar moustache'. And if you don't like the new style, you can always shave it off, no big deal. 2. Actually Wash Your Face Every Night © Getty images Washing your face every night seems like such a chore but then again so is brushing your teeth and we don't forget to do that. Washing your face every night might make a difference in your skin. In 2020, make a conscious effort to cleanse your face each night. You'll get rid of all the dirt caked on your face and get better sleep when you feel refreshed after washing your face. 3. Use SPF Daily Even in the Winter, the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays can damage our skin, and it can accelerate wrinkling, discoloration, and even lead to skin cancer. So, in 2020, finally, incorporate SPF into your morning routine. Get an SPF30 moisturiser (or higher) with broad-spectrum coverage for all the protection that you need against the sun. This should be an essential product in your grooming stash. 4. Don't Forget Your Lips © Getty images When it comes to skincare, it's so easy to neglect the lips. Don't wait until they're chapped, splitting, or even flaky. Use a lip scrub to get rid of the dead skin and then use lip balm on the regular for fuller, healthy-looking lips. 5. Hydrate More © Getty images Hydrating is especially good for your skin. As a response to the body's dehydration, the skin tends to become dry and flaky, or worse, breaks out. Make sure you're hydrating at all times to make sure that dehydration is not ruining your face. 6. Moisturise Everything In Sight © Getty images While taking care of your skin, don't neglect the rest of the body. That's a lot of skin that hasn't been given any attention. This year, make sure you're taking care of tricky areas like your elbows, knees, your feet, and even your hands. So, stock up on body lotions, foot creams, hand balms, body oils in your grooming stash. 7. Use Retinol Every Night Retinol is proven to repair skin and reduce wrinkles, fine lines, pore size, acne, dark spots, and so much more. Basically all the good things you need to reverse the stubborn signs of ageing. Try The Ordinary Retinol 1% In Squalane. © Getty images View the full article
  16. A heartwarming video of an elderly man rescuing a cat has surfaced on the internet and is winning hearts. In the video, we can see the cat has climbed on top of a tin roof over a shop, wherein it got stuck. One elderly man spotted the cat and decided to help. So, he took a chair and held it over his head so that the cat could jump on the chair and then could be freed. Soon, the cat jumped on the chair and ran away as soon as it was brought to the ground. The video has already been viewed around nine lakh times on Facebook and has also created a lot of buzz on Twitter. Watch the full video here Chachaji won the internet today ♥ï¸ pic.twitter.com/SoYW1xKLQI — Zulkarnain Bandayð (@ZulkarnainAli_) January 1, 2020 People on the internet have flooded the video with comments and are in praise of old man's compassion. Here's what they have to say Best cat video on the internet today. — Luka DonÄiÄ fan account (@Maq_one) January 1, 2020 Getting cats out of roofs, trees and sunshades since 90s myself. I feel you chachaji. More power to you! — Ashok (@AhamAshok) January 1, 2020 That was so incredibly nice! — Cicada2001 (@cicada2001) January 2, 2020 The purpose of human life is to serve and to show compassion and the will to help other's regardless of human beings or animals.... ððððððððððððððððððððððððððððððððððððððððððððð good job sir ji.... — Being_Human (@Merajanas) January 1, 2020 That was so incredibly nice! — Cicada2001 (@cicada2001) January 2, 2020 We need more chachas like him ⤠— Amman Raichand (@SexyAmman) January 1, 2020 Isn't this the best cat video you have watched today? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  17. Throwing away garbage is part of daily chores for us. But wait! What if you accidentally throw away money with the garbage? Well then, not all of us would get as lucky as this British couple. In a bizzare incident, according to a report in Daily Hunt, a couple threw away Rs.14 Lakh in the garbage and luckily, it ended up at a recycling centre. The couple from England's Burnham-on-Sea "unknowingly" threw away that amount which was hidden by a deceased relative. © BCCL The couple, as per the reports, were cleaning the house of a deceased relative and had taken a bunch of boxes to the recycling centre. A worker at the recycling centre was checking the boxes for an electric cable when he stumbled upon the money. Subequently, he called the Avon and Somerset Police and alerted them about the same without taking any money for himself. Cops, suggest reports, checked the CCTV footage and further identified the car in which the boxes were dropped. Then with the help of the car's registration number the cops found the couple's home address. The couple informed the cops that their dead relative was in a habit of hiding money in different places around the house. However, they weren't expecting it to be in a box full of junk. Later the cash was handed over to the couple and the police department took to Facebook to thank the honest staff member. They wrote, “We would like to say a big thank you to the staff at the recycling center. Without their diligent attitude, integrity, and assistance, the family would never have known about the money found, and we would not have been able to return it to them, especially in time for Christmas". It's for such honest people like this staff that the world is still a better place to live. View the full article
  18. Doctor Strange sequel to bring back Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow?Marvels fans after enduring the emotional roller coaster ride that was the Avengers: Endgame may be getting a chance to see their departed heroes once again. However, it looks like there may be a way the superheroes will be able to make their big comeback in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but not as their evil alternatives. A report by We Got This Covered, revealed that Iron Man, Black Widow and Captain America who are confirmed to no more be part of the franchise, may return in the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen. The report reveals that Marvel Studios’ President Kevin Feige has something special planned for the OG 6 Avengers as a multiverse is likely to get introduced in the Doctor Strange franchise. This, therefore, will be able to bring back characters that were presumed dead — for example: Loki. There is a twist to this, however, as the report further dishes details that it won’t be the original versions of the Avengers that will be making a comeback but their alternative ones from multiple universes and timelines, which also raises the possibility of them being evil.
  19. Trent Alexander-Arnold had a hand in all four of Liverpool's four goals at Leicester. Photo: AFPLiverpool stretched their Premier League lead to 13 points by outclassing second-placed Leicester in a 4-0 win on Boxing Day as Manchester United and Tottenham cut the gap on fourth-placed Chelsea. Mikel Arteta got off to an underwhelming start as Arsenal manager with a 1-1 draw at Bournemouth, but Carlo Ancelotti had a more positive impact on his Everton bow as Dominic Calvert-Lewin's brilliant diving header earned a 1-0 win over Burnley. Chelsea beat Tottenham in a big win for Frank Lampard over his former mentor Jose Mourinho on Sunday, but the gap between the two is back down to three points as the Blues lost 2-0 at home to lowly Southampton. Spurs came from behind to beat Brighton 2-1 thanks to goals from Harry Kane and Dele Alli, while United moved just a point further back in seventh as they too overturned a poor start to thrash Newcastle 4-1 with Anthony Martial scoring twice. Liverpool lay down a marker Liverpool's trip to their closest challengers was the top billing of a busy Boxing Day card, but there was no contest as the newly crowned world champions showed their class. "It's one of many successful nights so far this season," said Liverpool midfielder James Milner. "We are not even halfway and so much can change and happen. The strength of this team is we take it one game at a time." Roberto Firmino's header was scant reward for a dominant first half display as Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah wasted big chances. Nathan Redmond (centre) slides in to double Southampton's lead at Stamford Bridge. Photo: AFPHowever, three goals in seven minutes in the final quarter ensured the scoreline fairly reflected their control. Milner doubled the visitors' lead before Firmino's classy finish made it 3-0. Trent Alexander-Arnold helped set up all of his side's first three goals and rounded off a stunning individual display by drilling home the fourth from outside the box. "We played our last two games against two of arguably the best teams in the history of the Premier League," said Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers, whose side also lost 3-1 to Manchester City on Saturday. Tottenham, Man Utd close on Chelsea After the highs of Sunday, Chelsea again struggled when faced with breaking down stubborn defensive opponents in Southampton. The Blues have now lost to West Ham, Bournemouth and the Saints in their last four home league games. "We are being asked a different question at home. At the moment we are not answering them," said a frustrated Lampard. "We do not manage to pick up that final pass." Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl's decision to rest in-form talisman Danny Ings paid off as his replacement Michael Obafemi scored just his second Premier League goal with a calm finish into the top corner. The visitors then secured a second straight win to move up to 14th when Nathan Redmond prodded past the onrushing Kepa Arrizabalaga 17 minutes from time. Mason Greenwood (right) and Marcus Rashford (left) both scored in Manchester United's 4-1 win over Newcastle. Photo: AFPSpurs were still feeling the after-effects of that Chelsea defeat with Son Heung-min suspended and confidence low when Adam Webster headed Brighton ahead midway through the first half. Kane swept home at the second attempt after his first shot was saved by Mat Ryan before Alli then delivered all three points with a delightful chipped finish from an acute angle. United were also beaten 2-0 at bottom-of-the-table Watford on Sunday and another frustrating evening seemingly beckoned when Matty Longstaff scored his second Premier League goal - both of which have come against the Red Devils. However, unlike when the Magpies beat Ole Gunnar Solskajer's men 1-0 in October, the response from United was emphatic. Martial fired in at the near post with the help of Newcastle 'keeper Martin Dubravka before a thundering finish from Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford's header made it 3-1 before the break. Another defensive error then teed up Martial to dink over Dubravka for the fourth early in the second half. Arteta's slow start Arteta got an early lesson in the flaws that have blighted Arsenal's season as they were caught out trying to play from the back to concede the opening goal when Dan Gosling put Bournemouth in front. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang again rode to the Gunners' rescue to equalise just after the hour mark, but a point leaves Arsenal still down in 11th. "It was intense, I was so excited, I just wanted to pass that energy to the players and I really enjoyed it," said Arteta. Sheffield United are sixth, behind Tottenham only on goal difference, as they missed the chance to close to within a point of Chelsea in a 1-1 draw with Watford. Crystal Palace climbed up to eighth thanks to Jordan Ayew's brilliant individual run and finish a minute from time to beat West Ham 2-1. Aston Villa won the battle of two of the bottom three as Conor Hourihane's fine strike was enough to beat Norwich 1-0.
  20. Most dating or hookup apps, Tinder and the likes, function on how you present yourself. Invariably then, having an A+ selfie game and knowing how to pose in front of the camera becomes important. © iStock Believe it or not, having a dope hairstyle is one of the easiest ways to amp up your style, and by extension, the appeal of your selfies. And of all the things that you can try, a man bun is guaranteed to work far better than what most men can muster up. © Viral Bhayani Now, having a man bun may seem arduous and an endeavour that takes a lot of time and effort. However, that simply isn't true - a simple hair care routine is more than enough to get that jaw-dropping man-bun. © Instagram/ranveersingh 1. Regular Coconut Oil Massages © iStock Isn't it obvious? You would want to make things easy for your hair as well as yourself. Warm coconut oil massages act as the base on which the health of your hair and your scalp depends. Try to get one every week, at the very least. Coconut oil has a lot of nutrients that make the roots of your hair stronger, as well as the strands itself. Plus, it locks just the right amount of moisture in your scalp which makes it even healthier. 2. Don't Skip Shampooing © iStock When you start growing your hair out, it is imperative that you keep your hair as clean as possible, otherwise, no matter how exquisite your hair care routine is, it is effort down the drain. Use a shampoo that suits your hair type, as well as your skin type. Also, try to go for products that are free of sulfates, alcohol and other harmful chemicals. The same goes for your conditioner. And no matter what, if you are shampooing, always, follow it up with a good conditioner. 3. Use A Hair Brush Instead Of A Comb © iStock A hairbrush is far better for your scalp and hair than a comb. Combs tend to cause far more hair breakage and are not able to massage the scalp when you style your hair. Furthermore, using a comb puts some stress on your roots, especially if you use a fine-toothed comb. A hairbrush, especially the ones with thin, densely packed bristles is actually softer on your hair. Plus, they deal with more hair in every stroke, which gives it a nice texture and fill. 4. Use Dry Shampoos and Leave-In Conditioners © iStock Shampooing every day is not feasible, at least for us men. Therefore, the next best alternative is going for dry shampoos and leave-in conditioners. Although there's no wrong way to use a dry shampoo and a leave-in conditioner, it's best if you use little of these products, right after you take a shower, or right before tying up your hair. 5. Visit The Barber To Get Things In Shape © iStock Finally, visit your barber regularly. Just because you are growing your hair out, you will completely let go of grooming it. It still needs a basic hair trim every now and then, otherwise, your hair will end up looking like a caveman. Also, try to fix one hairstylist or a barber as 'your guy', who knows what you want, what your plans are, and your hair, in and out. That way, he will be able to suggest hair products and other services which will actually do you good. View the full article
  21. A man in Bengaluru is looking for his stolen 'Samsung' and if anyone helps him find it, that person will be rewarded with Rs. 1 lakh. Wait, what? Yes, you read it right. The reward is hefty because his 'Samsung' is reportedly worth Rs. 8 crore. By now I know what most of you are thinking - Which Samsung model does thing guy have? Since when did Samsung start making phones that were priced at Rs. 8 crores? But you know what I am thinking about? Who names their dog 'Samsung', seriously. Folks, the stolen Samsung in question is actually a three-year old Alaskan Malamute, which was imported from Beijing, China a couple of years ago by Sathish. Sathish, who is the owner of Cadaboms Kennels and the president of the Indian Dog Breeders' Association, told Bangalore Mirror "I imported Samsung from China for Rs. 8 crore, two years ago when she was a one-year-old pup". © Twitter Reportedly, Sathish gave Samsung to a family since they bonded with the dog so well. However, there was a condition, the family can keep the dog but when it gave birth to pups they can only keep one and give the rest of the litter to Sathish. However, when Sathish asked the family to send Samsung to him for his birthday, the family started making excuses. After some time, when he sternly asked them about Samsung, the family revealed that the dog was stolen. © wikimedia for representation According to a report, he and the family then lodged a complaint at the Hanumanthanagar police station and also circulated the dog's pictures on social media and announced a reward of Rs. 1 lakh. People say that a dog is a 'hooman's' best friend and the most loyal companion. Only dogs can love you unconditionally and not expect anything in return. They can even take a 'shot' for you, unless of course you're taking them to a vet, then it's a different story altogether. So it's only fair that we humans give them all our love and protect them with all we can. Recently, we came across a woman from San Francisco who loves her dog so much that when he got lost, stolen to be accurate, she announced a reward of $7000 i.e. close to Rs. 5 lakh to anyone who finds him. View the full article
  22. Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba warms up ahead of the Premier League match against Watford at Vicarage Road. Photo: AFPFit-again Paul Pogba was named among the Manchester United substitutes for their Premier League game at Watford on Sunday. The France midfielder has been missing since September 30 following a combination of an ankle injury and illness but was included in the squad that travelled. United's preparations were disrupted as their team coach arrived at Vicarage Road less than an hour before the 1400 GMT kick-off. Nigel Pearson named an unchanged XI for his first home game in charge of bottom side Watford as he looked to build on a strong display in a defeat to league-leaders Liverpool last weekend. Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: "It is very important that we have everyone fit and available. "Paul, obviously, is one of our best players when he is in form and he is back in the squad today. "He has got an influence off the pitch as well, because he is a good character in and around the place."
  23. Peaceful protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act are going on in full swing throughout the country, actually the entire world, and it's heartwarming to see people unite for humanity. Delhi has become the epicentre for these protests with thousands and thousands of people showing up to peacefully resist the CAA. People are singing songs, giving flowers to cops, and coming together to show the government the power of the people. In these protests, there are a lot of people making sure the protesters don't go hungry and stay well-hydrated by handing out food, water and tea. One of them has become a sort of a champion of humanity. © VICE Here's Jabarjang Singh, a Sikh man making sure students stay well-fed during this dissent. He was initially on his way to the eastern state of Odisha, where a historic Gurudwara is being demolished by the administration, but he decided to change his plans. Talking to VICE, he said, "I was on my way to Mangu Mutt in Puri (Odisha) from Punjab when I got to know about the police excesses on the university students. I thought it wise not to go there, and express solidarity with the students instead. When I saw videos of students getting brutally beaten up, with some losing hands and eyes, I thought it better to serve them than to go to the Gurudwara." He added, “I am here for humanity.” It's such a great thought and so well-put too. That is exactly why people are out on the streets - they're fighting for other people, they're fighting for the ones with broken bones after the Jamia incident and those who have been left blind. Those who have lost their lives fighting - an act that will exclude people from the country on the basis of religion. © VICE Not only was Jabarjang Singh distributing food, but he also helped educate people about why the act is problematic. While explaining things in a little more detail to the protestors around him, he was quoted as saying, "This law is not just against Muslims. This is also a trap to strip backward classes of reservation that they are currently entitled to. In the process of National Register of Citizens (NRC), a large number of people from backward classes would be declared stateless. Then, the government will give them fresh citizenship under CAA. As fresh citizens, they will not be provided with reservations." A farmer from Bathinda, he has devoted his life to humanitarian efforts. He said, "Whenever I feel people are being wronged, I try to help. Whenever I feel someone is helping people, I support them—in whatever little capacity I can. I worked against drug abuse in Punjab. I protested against the burning of religious scriptures of Muslims and Sikhs. I even campaigned for Kanhaiya Kumar for I felt he was right." Basically, this ain't his first rodeo. He also chanted "Inquilab Zindabad" with all the students while marching. © Reuters Moreover, he has an important message for people - "We got freedom because of the efforts of freedom fighters like Ashfaqullah Khan and Bhagat Singh. We have got a Constitution that we need to preserve. We should look beyond religion. At least now, we should oppose this law in our personal capacity. If we can't come here and protest, we should protest against it in our temples, in mosques and in gurudwaras." Lastly, he leaves everyone with this, "I want the new act to go as soon as possible. But I will stay here with the students till the bill is revoked, or even until I breathe my last." Source - VICE View the full article
  24. The UEFA Europa League trophy pictured ahead of the draw for the last 32. Photo: AFPManchester United will take on Club Brugge in the last 32 of the Europa League while struggling Arsenal will face Greek side Olympiakos following Monday's draw in Nyon.United, who won the competition under Jose Mourinho in 2017, travel to Bruges for the first leg on February 20 before returning to Old Trafford a week later.Arsenal are languishing ninth in the Premier League after sacking coach Unai Emery but finished top of their group in Europe and are also away in the first leg.Ajax were drawn with Spanish outfit Getafe following their surprise exit from the group stage of the Champions League, while Serie A leaders Inter Milan travel to Ludogorets.Antonio Conte's side will be among the favourites for the competition alongside last season's Champions League semi-finalists Ajax after failing to get past Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund in Europe´s top competition.Sevilla travel to Romanian side Cluj with the five-time winners riding high in La Liga, while fellow Spaniards Espanyol travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers, who are enjoying their first European campaign in nearly four decades.
  25. Remember that scene from Aamir Khan's movie PK, where he smears sindoor on a small rock, keeps it next to a tree and suddenly everyone starts worshipping it thinking it's an idol of a deity? PK also taught us that you don't need a middleman if you want something from God. While most of us shared a good laugh and thought that Bollywood, like always, was at its exaggerating best; there's one man who proved that such incidents happen in real life too and they're quite effective. He too sought help from the Gods to save the trees. The man is Paragdutt Mishra, an environmental activist from Uttar Pradesh's Gonda. © Pexels For years, environmental activists in India and across the world have been trying their best to educate and encourage people to save trees. But, all it took for Mishra to save a single tree was some paint, brushes, tools and vermillion, which he used to carve pictures of Gods and Goddesses on trees. Result? He has saved more than a thousand trees so far. Mishra, who is the chief of Wazirganj development block's Nagwa Panchayat, told IANS, "Forests are drastically being damaged in the name of development and road extension. Villagers have no knowledge about climate change and ecological balance. But pictures of Gods and Goddesses on trees are successfully deterring people from cutting them.” © Pexels He carves the pictures on trees and paints them with vermillion, following which the villagers start worshipping the trees. "I have made deities the patron of trees,” he said. According to him, the cost for painting and carving a single tree is around Rs. 200 which he pays from his pocket. "The forest was towards the end at our panchayat following the blind cutting of trees. But my trick worked and now we are blessed with nature. Almost all trees have been cut down that we planted after I became 'Pradhan' last time. It was a heavy loss, now taking help from almighty is proving beneficial," he added. People in nearby villages also have now started using a similar method, following the success of Mishra's idea. Let us know your thoughts on this in the comments section below. View the full article
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