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  1. At the moment, this lockdown situation is not the only thing that is extremely trying but people around are doing some crazy things that are actually quite cringe-worthy. In an unusual incident that took place on Sunday in Washington, a man was arrested. And for a super bizarre reason. No, it was not for rash driving or drunk driving, but he actually made his Pitbull sit in the driver's seat and made him drive the car at a high-speed. Really disappointing, must say. © iStock According to reports, the man was driving quite erratically and recklessly. The troopers attempted to stop the suspect's car. When the car finally stopped, it wasn't a man but a Pitbull sitting in the driver's seat as it turns out the man had been accelerating and steering the car. © iStock Officials have also reported that the man was driving over 100 mph. The 51-year-old Lakewood man tried to evade as much as he could and drove recklessly on Centennial Trail, a trail for pedestrians and bicyclists. Luckily, no one was hurt during this incident. Later, the troopers were successful in ending this chase. The man has been charged many felonies that include drugs and rash driving as well. After he was booked, he simply had one answer that he was trying to 'teach his dog to drive a car.' © iStock The Washington State Patrol has taken everything into consideration and this man has now been charged for hit and run and reckless endangerment. The bond has been set to $8,500. On this, Axtman also added "I've been a trooper for almost 12 years and wow, I've never heard this excuse. I've been in a lot of high-speed chases, I've stopped a lot of cars, and never have I gotten an excuse that they were teaching their dog how to drive." © iStock As far as the dog is concerned, he has been sent to an animal shelter while the owner is now arrested. This is an insane act and no one has the right to put anyone else's life in danger. View the full article
  2. Many of us have been working from home, not going to college and quarantining ourselves as responsible citizens for the past few days already. Now, thank god most of us are living with our families. But during this quarantine time, everyone is missing their escape routine. But, as much as we are craving to go out for a 'gedi', it is important to stay indoors. © Reuters A lot of us have done everything we could have possibly done sitting at home and now we are just running out of ideas or things to do at home. Recently, Delhi Police won the internet with its response to a man who asked whether or not he could visit his friend during the novel Coronavirus lockdown. Now, no one would deny that this question hasnât crossed their minds but the good thing is not to act upon it! Check out the post here- à¤à¤à¤° सà¤à¥à¤à¥ दà¥à¤¸à¥à¤¤ हॠतॠà¤à¤° पॠरहà¥à¥¤ वà¥à¤¡à¤¿à¤¯à¥ à¤à¥à¤² à¤à¤° लà¥#StayAtHomeSaveLives â Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) March 24, 2020A twitter user, Deepak Pyal, asked the Delhi Police if he could visit his friend for some work, who lives with a 2Km radius from his home. And Delhi Police responded saying, "Agar sachche dost ho, toh ghar pe raho. Video call kar lo.â Also, thatâs exactly how most of us are surviving during the quarantine period- by video calling all our friends and collectively crying about the same things in life. © Reuters The people on Twitter loved Delhi Policeâs response and hereâs what they have to say about it- Exactly! What an awesome reply by @DelhiPolice â Vikas Kumar (@vikaskumar) March 24, 2020LOL. à¤à¥à¤ªà¤¾ à¤à¤°à¤à¥ लठtayyar रà¤à¥à¤, सà¥à¤µà¤¾ à¤à¤¾ मà¥à¤à¤¼à¤¾ मिलनॠवाला हॠâ Neeraj Kapish (नà¥à¤°à¤ à¤à¤ªà¤¿à¤¶)ð®ð³ (@Neeraj_Kapish) March 24, 2020 Canât stop laughing⦠Hahahahaha.... â Amit Kumar (@youandbar) March 24, 2020 Indeed. Yes I follow DP advise. Love . pic.twitter.com/KJauQ0XTg1 â Shailender Kumar Bha (@ShailenderBha) March 24, 2020 Yaaas!! Awesome reply â Vikas Mehta (@VikasMehtaOWF) March 24, 2020 True. Brilliant !! â Gautam Tewari (@tewarigautam) March 24, 2020 Too funny. Bandi ke liye dost krke puch rha h â Vaibhav gupta (@iamguptavg) March 24, 2020 On Tuesday night, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that to contain the Coronavirus outbreak, the entire nation will have to be in a state of complete lockdown for the next 21 days until April 15th. Until then, all we need to do is stay indoors and only set up a video call meeting with our friends. View the full article
  3. Robert Downey Jr. is now said to be willing to take a pay-cut to return to the MCU with more films
  4. Italy has been under lockdown since March 9, restricting citizens to their homes unless they need to buy food, medicines, go to work or for emergency circumstances. However, a 31-year old man thought he had a good enough reason to step out i.e. to play Pokemon Go. He was stopped and charged by the carabinieri on the streets of San Fermo, in the northern Como province. © Niantic He went outside to play the augmented reality game with his daughter and when officers asked why he was breaking the lockdown, he said, "I have to hunt the Pokemon,â reports Italian website Leggo. Italy has been hit quite hard by the pandemic as thousands have been tested positive for the Coronavirus. Despite the lockdown, over 43,000 people have been fined in the past for breaking the order. © Unsplash/La So Pokemon Go requires players to travel to new places to participate in raids and capture new Pokemon for the Pokedex. The game encourages players to step outside and explore the world to hunt new Pokemons. However, ever since the Coronavirus started to spread, the game has made it easier so that users can still play the game in isolation. The game now offers incense at a much cheaper in-game currency that helps in luring Pokemon to the playerâs location. It is also easier now to hatch Pokemon Eggs which was only possible previously by reaching a certain number of steps in the game. © Niantic If you are having the urge to step out to play the game, we advise against it as it will only cause more problems. Thereâs a high chance of you catching the virus from an unknown source which in turn could lead to you infecting others. We advise playing the game in self-isolation as it will help in curtailing the spread of Coronavirus and eventually players will be able to resume enjoying the game outdoors sooner when everything is under control. We understand that it is very tempting to step out to catch those Pokemons, however the priority right now is to make sure the virus doesnât spread any further. Source: Leggo View the full article
  5. As the coronavirus numbers rise every day the entire country is in a panic mode and to be honest, panic at this moment will certainly not help to fight this virus. It's like a normal cough and flu, which lasts a tad bit longer and goes away with proper treatment. Don't believe us? Well, a 45-year-old Delhi resident, the first person who was detected with coronavirus, tells us about his experience and we're glad he got the much needed medical attention at that point in time. © Twitter According to this 45-year old businessman, if you're a healthy human being then recovery for the virus is not very difficult. The man was the first to be diagnosed and recover from the infection with the help of reassuring and competent doctors, who made sure his road to recovery was as smooth as possible. He praised the facilities provided to him at Safdarjung Hospital, while he urged everyone not to panic and take proper precaution instead. "There is no need to be scared. It is just like normal flu. If a healthy person reaches the doctor, our health system is well-equipped, one of the best in the world. Isolation ward is not like a two-by-two cell without sunlight," the man told another popular publication in an exclusive interview. © Twitter He narrated his incident of spending time in the hospital, and being treated with care, and being one of the two patients who were released last week, to spend 14 days in isolation at home, recovering. "I returned from Europe on February 25 and I had fever the next day. I went to a doctor who told me it was a throat infection. He gave me medicine for three days. I recovered on 28th but I again had fever on 29th so I went to the Ram Manohar Lohia hospital. On March 1, I tested positive," he added. "Honestly, it was difficult only till the time they had not told me I was positive. But when a team of doctors came to see me at Safdarjung the next day where I had been shifted, they made me so comfortable saying 'it is curable, you are a healthy person and it is just cold and cough and it would just go. It just takes a little more time than the usual cold and cough'," he said. Adding to that, the Delhi man said, "I am not a doctor but it was little different than the usual cold and cough. I was at an isolation ward at Safdarjung that the government of India has created for this. The facilities were very good, it was among the best I have seen, even including private hospitals. I had a private room with a bathroom." © Twitter The Delhi businessman was among the first seven cases reported in the city, however, unfortunately one of the patients died from it as well. While treatment is becoming a bit of a task in most cities of India, currently Maharashtra and Kerala have the highest number of reported cases so far and the disease that originated from Wuhan, China has killed about 6,000 people globally. But we can all be a bit more pre-emptive where taking precautions is concerned and individually make an effort to fight the disease. We're sure it's been reiterated enough but taking certain precautions like washing hands within an hourly interval for 20 seconds is very important. Staying away from crowded areas such as malls, protests sites, parties etc is a must right now. Staying at home and in isolation is the best precautionary measure and we should all do this and wait it out, till the spread dies down naturally. View the full article
  6. E-commerce world has taken over the way we shop for everything these days. In the arena of watches as well, this stands true since most of us look at the design and get utterly confused which one to go for. For someone, who usually has a lot of events planned, it is more than important to know and understand the nitty-gritty of buying the right sort of watch. Therefore, to know the various kinds of watch styles well-suited for different occasions, check out this list of wristwatches that you can gift yourself and be ready, irrespective of where you have to go next. 1. Dress Watch © istock Even though the name sounds pretty flamboyant, this watch will be your saviour on days you don't want to look over the top. Everything lies in the details of this watch, right from the overall elegance of the design to the dial this one has. It can be recognised by a round dial, high gloss black leather strap and rectangular, round or square steel. This classic timepiece has minimal aesthetics that dovetails well with formal garbs or even casual events. 2. Field Watch © istock First introduced in the nineteenth century and worn by German officers, this one has a practical and rugged appearance. Popular in the military, this style has persisted till date and most men make the best use of this one. Usually recognised with high readability on the dial and low light functionality, this military watch style makes for a versatile addition in your collection. When you wish to break the monotony of your wrist game, this one will blend in well with your sartorial sensibilities. 3. Dive Watch © istock Just because the name has the word dive in it, doesn't mean only divers can wear it. This watch style is versatile, easy to read and is also water-resistant. It means that when you are vacationing, even this one will come in handy with its high durability factor. This one blends well with any sort of outfit. In fact, even James Bond sported this one with his tux. It's that superior and versatile. 4. Sports Or Smartwatch © istock It's quite obvious that a sports watch helps you stay active, no matter what workout you choose. This one is a must-have nowadays, as it won't just show time but also will take care of your lifestyle. Light, comfortable and featured with in-built water resistance, a smartwatch is a perfect accessory that you can sport at the gym and other casual events as well. Not just that, it also keeps a check on your heart rate, number of steps and calorie count so you exactly know how rigorous your workout needs to be. Must gift! 5. Luxury Watch © istock Not everyone is a huge fan of owning a fancy, luxury watch but if you do have the gusto to save and buy one for yourself, this classic timepiece is a head-turner. A luxury watch from Patek Phillippe or Fossil, for example, adds a distinct flavour to your outfit. This watch oozes magnificence with its innovative dial, chronograph and modern strap design. View the full article
  7. While male beauty is no more a 'cliche', some of us still like to pretend to 'not care' by swearing by nothing but just a face wash to 'clean up'. Since Bollywood is the go-to yardstick for most men in India to follow a particular pattern, be it hairstyles or be it fashion, now even skincare and 'beauty' too joined the bandwagon. So there are a number of well-curated beauty products that have proven to be a great fix for many skin-related issues, and it's high time we all embrace them. If you are someone who has been struggling to take care of pigmentation or patchy skin, have you ever thought what a blemish balm aka BB cream can do to your skin? We would say, wonders. © MensXP MUD If your grooming shelf is cluttered with only shaving creams and a moisturizer at the max, then here's a fantastic product that will simplify your beauty regime with its multifunctional properties. If you haven't tried a BB cream yet, then here are a few reasons why you must lay your hands on it. What is BB cream? An extremely popular product in Korea, BB cream is a game-changing grooming item that can easily even out your skin tone. © MensXP MUD BB cream is quite a skin as well as man-friendly product, to be honest. And the best part? They are well-suited for all sorts of skin tones. If you don't want to increase your grooming routine time, then here's how you can make the most of it with just this one product. 1. Evens Out Your Skin © MensXP MUD Since BB creams are known to have ingredients like Dimethicone, it can perfectly blend with the base of your skin tone. It is a light product that can be used, followed by a moisturiser. Within a few seconds, you would see the change in your skin's appearance. 2. Protects You From The Sun © MensXP MUD BB creams consist of various ingredients, but if it has factored in the SPF also, then there's nothing better than that. It basically means that you don't need a separate sunscreen, as this one can do wonders when it comes to fixing your skin tone while also protecting you from harsh UVA and UVB sun rays. 3. Covers Spots And Pimples © MensXP MUD With brands like Clinique and MensXP MUD, it is easier than ever to conceal your spots, scars, wrinkles and many other issues. The BB cream has a built-in oil control formula, which is a great help if you are prone to erratic skin breakouts. 4. Makes Your Skin Look Firm © MensXP MUD If you want your skin to look like it hasn't aged a day, then a BB cream is a saviour that you should lay your hands on (no promises of making you look younger here). It nourishes your skin. Hence, over time, your skin will become firm and look youthful. Try it out. Coming to its application, it's actually quite easy. Just squeeze a little amount of it and spread it evenly, like you would use a moisturiser. Start off small and make sure your skin has absorbed it well. Do not rub and make sure to spread it gently. View the full article
  8. Police say primary suspect was in relationship with the deceased woman for the past 8 years and both worked as dengue health workers
  9. To exact revenge, he went to his in-laws' house and locked the room from outside before dousing it in petrol and setting it on fire
  10. Kiara Advani recently during an interview opened up about the type of man she prefers being with
  11. Amid the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus that has claimed more than 4,000 lives across the world, so far, many global organizations such as Google, Microsoft, and Chevron have asked their employees to work from home, in order to prevent further infection. However, some people, unfortunately, donât have the luxury of working from home at this time and are resorting to bizarre excuses to avoid going to the office. © Reuters Recently, a Chinese man lied about getting infected with Coronavirus, just to avoid going to work. While, most of us hate our jobs and would love to skip work at all times, lying about contracting the deadly virus is just not acceptable. Come on! © Reuters According to News.18, the man called his office and informed the management that he is suffering from the symptoms of the virus. After this, his office immediately shut down all operations for three days and also quarantined all the employees. © Reuters Not only this, to make his story sound credible, the man said that he had been exposed to the virus while shopping at a local supermarket where a Coronavirus patient was also there. However, while being questioned by the police in China, the man got confused and mixed most of the facts and thatâs when the cops figured out that he was faking getting infected in order to avoid going to work. © Reuters According to Indiatimes, the man was then arrested and sent to jail for three months for spreading misinformation and will also serve additional probation of six months. © Reuters Meanwhile, in India, recently, a family tried to conceal their travel history to get away from being tested positive for the virus. India, so far, has over 60 confirmed cases of Coronavirus and the number is only increasing by each passing day. View the full article
  12. Most of us need a digital detox and we thought that PM Narendra Modiâs sudden weekend announcement to quit social media was more or less a detox for him too. But, later, we figured that seven women achievers will be taking over his social media accounts on Womenâs Day. The women achievers are all set to share their life story and will also be interacting with the people through Narendra Modiâs social media handles. © Reuters Earlier today, PM Modi took to his twitter and wrote, "As I'd said a few days ago, I'm signing off." Now, that the day is finally here, his social media is actually being handled by many women and the people on the internet are also having a good time. © BCCL Out of the several women, the first to take over PMâs account is a Chennai-based social worker Sneha Mohandoss. In many of the tweets that she posted, she got a bizarre request that left people on the internet in splits. Check out the Tweet here- Please password bata dijiye â Dhruv singh (@vikrantbhadaur6) March 8, 2020The comment captured Snehaâs attention and in no time she replied, saying, âNew India...Try logging in.â Hereâs what people think of the witty comment made by the twitter user that has now gone viral- Canât stop laughing⦠Please follow back kar dijiye Modiji ne itna haq to diya hi hoga â BαâÑαм SнαÑмαð®ð³ (@br_sharma_) March 8, 2020Lol. This is new India ð®ð³ â Inder Singh Bhati (@InderSinghBha18) March 8, 2020Hahaha. Haha â à¤à¤à¤¤à¤¾ à¤à¤à¥à¤°à¤¿à¤¯à¤¾ ð®ð³ (@Ekta0001) March 8, 2020And here we have a meme!! pic.twitter.com/zWVQDVYh1j â Vimal K Gupta (@vimal_k_gupta) March 8, 2020Ohho. I request PM Narendra Ji to give chance to Mens also they also have deep stories. On this International Mens Day give them a chance too,Or else it would be gender inequality. â νιÏιи кÏÐ¼Î±Ñ | विपिन à¤à¥à¤®à¤¾à¤° | ਵਿਪਿਨ à¨à©à¨®à¨¾à¨° (@v_k0210) March 8, 2020Indeed. Savage reply just like PM's reply â Sushant Kumar Rai (@Skraivns) March 8, 2020Apna time ayega! Apka bhi din ayega !! ï¸ â nαrÑsh âhαrma ð®ð³ (@NareshVashistha) March 8, 2020The tweet has already garnered around 3.1K comments and around 14K likes and deserves a lot more. PM Modiâs social media initiative #SheInspireUs is a great way to highlight the achievements of various women. View the full article
  13. Okay, yes, stealing is bad, but I'm still conflicted about this man because he stole for his pets, and that's a pretty damn good excuse. Basically, Tarpan Ameen, a resident of Twinland Tower in sector 1 in Navi Mumbai recently was billed Rs 7.22 Lakh after he stole electricity to keep his dogs in the comfort of air-conditioning throughout the day. Apparently, power supply firm, MSEDCL claims he has stolen electricity worth about Rs 6.98 Lakh and for that, he was fined Rs 24,000. According to one of the officials, the man had three dogs, and among them, one was a golden retriever who, he claimed, couldn't do without constant AC. The biggest question is how the hell do you steal so much electricity without getting caught? Well, it looks like he got a direct connection from the building's electricity cabin and wasn't being billed for it. He got caught after someone complained to the power body about what was happening. But, since he was now paid the full amount and even the penalty, no criminal case is being filed against him. I just hope those poor doggos get all the comfort they deserve and this guy is able to provide them with that, without breaking the law, of course. View the full article
  14. Suspect's neighbour said: 'I saw him drive off, he looked as if he was on drugs and said 'soon I'll be in the papers''
  15. Itâs true when they say you havenât seen the best of it until you have answered your true calling. It is almost as if fate comes calling when you are sharing a smoke with your friends or enjoying a wildlife safari in the middle of nowhere. Nature lover and ace photographer Aditya Singh hadnât known what was about to hit him when he was out in the wild at the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, working on a documentary film for BBC. © Aditya Singh Recalling the life-altering experience that awaited him, Aditya told MensXP, âI was working on a documentary film for BBC. They were making back-to-back two films there, with 200 hundred days of the shoot. During that time I once saw this male predator cross the reserve and go to the adjacent barren piece of land. That got me thinking and I started digging up about this piece of land.â When realisation struck, Aditya figured out that numerous sub-adult tigers seek out the barren piece of land around the reserve when they have to leave their family unit. Thatâs when Aditya made a decision that would change life as he knew it. âI figured that the piece of land was relatively cheapâ and so he decided to leave his previous life behind, buy the piece of land and settle down smack amidst the wilderness. © Aditya Singh However, Aditya is quick to share that there were other factors at play too. âMy wife and I moved to Ranthambore from Delhi in early 1998. Back then we were doing our own thing and werenât really happy with how things were going. What we really wanted to do was to settle down near a forest and lead a laid back, environment-friendly life.â And just like that, Aditya and his wife Poonam packed their lives in a suitcase, leaving behind their well-paying jobs and comforts of the city, for a life in Sawai Madhopur. © Ashish Parmar That was 22 years ago, and today, Aditya and Poonam own most of the land surrounding the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan. It started with a single piece of land that Aditya and Poonam bought with the savings they had earlier set aside for a car. âWe wanted to take a piece of land and convert it into a climate change frontier, basically a space that recharges water levels and welcomes wildlife to sustain.â © Aditya Singh But what started out as a small area of land, has now transformed into 35 acres of land surrounding the Reserve, and it hasnât really been a cakewalk. Aditya says, âAt that point, we thought we could afford it, because my wife and I were just the two of us and didnât have familial responsibilities holding us back. Coming from small towns also ensured we had good savings and thatâs how we launched ourselves into buying pieces of land over time.â © Aditya Singh But arranging the funds was just the start, and the more difficult bit came after. âSo, while buying land in such random (and far off, remote) areas one needs to start networking. The very first time, it took us almost a yearâs time to convince the landowners of our intentions - that we arenât buying the land to build a hotel or sell it off after we get enough appreciation.â However, post this initial hurdle, Aditya saw things becoming much easier, âOnce convinced they were more willing to sell their land. We were even able to rope in one of the sons of the most influential family in the village who became the caretaker of our piece of land. Then we just fenced the barren piece of land and left it as is. At this point, the only thing we had to ensure was that no one was grazing their cattle on our land or cutting anything that grows on it.â © Aditya Singh This one decision would eventually end up changing not only Aditya and Poonamâs lives, but also all those numerous tigers, wild boars, leopards, nilgai and deers in the area who are frequent visitors on their piece of land. âFor the first 4-5 years, only bushes grew, followed by the first trees a few years later. In the meantime, we kept adding more and more land, and eventually managed to kind of cordon off the entire tiger reserve.â © Aditya Singh Today, almost 22 years later, Aditya says he is stuck with these pieces of land that everybody wants to buy, but he doesnât want to sell. Itâs kind of also become a liability for him because Aditya and Poonam now have a daughter and need to take care of her. But with so much land to take care of, their savings have reduced to almost nothing. © Aditya Singh But Aditya also proudly shared how they managed to turn their forest into a big water recharge space. âWe have created ditch dams, so with rainfall, the ditch gets filled up with muck but the small dam behind it stays. So, the rainwater instead of moving out of the land, stays in it till it is all absorbed into the ground. While earlier we used to find water at 40 ft below the ground, we now find it at 8 ft. So imagine the difference it has made because merely a kilometre away from us your borewell has to be at a depth of 450 meters below the ground to find water.â © Aditya Singh Having come such a long way over the last 22 years, one would expect Aditya to have faced quite a few challenges along the way, but all he says is that, âYou have to give it a lot of time.â Farmlands are usually monoculture so it takes time for other plants and trees to find their footing on the land. Then there is the nuisance called weeds, which has to be taken care of manually.â © Aditya Singh But besides that, itâs ânetworking with the locals which is very time-consuming. It takes years to convince them that you wonât plot the land and sell it. However, after those initial few years, it gets easier to convince people or gather helping hands.â Today with very little land left to be bought in the area, at 53, Aditya is looking forward to retiring and perhaps also trying his hands at film making after having worked as a field assistant for filmmakers for the last 22 years, besides letting his forest spill magic for years to come. © Aditya Singh At a time when the world is losing out on these beautiful creatures of the wild in the most tragic ways, not only did Adityaâs thoughtful efforts give a fresh lease of life to the tawny predators, it also ensured that other animals of the wild found a safe haven in his forest, away from their own. With his lush forest, all with their watering holes and ample hunting offerings, Aditya has managed to preserve and further a sanctuary for the wild beasts who deserve to live like the royalty that they are. View the full article
  16. The sport of Kambala is truly having its greatest week of all time right now. Records and history is being made and then broken in a span of days, it's harder to keep up with this that the Kardashians, tbh. A few days ago, Srinivasa Gowda, a Kambala jockey from Karnataka, made history by breaking, not just the sport of Kambala's thirty-year-old record, but technically was even faster than none other than Usain Bolt. View the full article
  17. More often than not movies inspire us to do things that we wouldnât have imagined doing otherwise but we often forget that itâs all fiction. Also, actors usually have a team of professional people and other safety measures around them while performing dangerous stunts. However, recently a man was filmed on TikTok hanging out of a doorway of a moving train. The seven-second-long video, filmed by a passenger travelling on the train, shows a man hanging out of the doorway of the moving train. Only a second into the video, he loses his grip and falls off the train, almost getting run over as people watching the stunt scream in horror. Later at the end of the video, the man is sitting up as the train speeds past him and a passenger on it motions for him to stay still. This horrifying video has now gone viral on the internet and has shocked the people to the core. © BCCL Railway Minister Piyush Goyal took to his Twitter handle and posted this horrific video with a caption that read, "Showing stunts in a moving train is a sign of foolishness, not bravery. Your life is priceless, do not put it in danger. Follow the rules, and enjoy the safe journey." Checkout the video here- à¤à¤²à¤¤à¥ à¤à¥à¤°à¥à¤¨ मà¥à¤ सà¥à¤à¤à¤ दिà¤à¤¾à¤¨à¤¾ बहादà¥à¤°à¥ नहà¥, मà¥à¤°à¥à¤à¤¤à¤¾ à¤à¥ निशानॠहà¥à¥¤ à¤à¤ªà¤à¤¾ à¤à¥à¤µà¤¨ à¤à¤®à¥à¤²à¥à¤¯ हà¥, à¤à¤¸à¥ à¤à¤¤à¤°à¥ मà¥à¤ ना डालà¥à¤à¥¤ नियमà¥à¤ à¤à¤¾ पालन à¤à¤°à¥à¤, à¤à¤° सà¥à¤°à¤à¥à¤·à¤¿à¤¤ यातà¥à¤°à¤¾ à¤à¤¾ à¤à¤¨à¤à¤¦ लà¥à¤à¥¤ pic.twitter.com/tauidfOqRj â Piyush Goyal Office (@PiyushGoyalOffc) February 18, 2020 © BCCL The man in the video loses his balance, falls on the rail tracks and literally rolls under the train and then miraculously stands up just fine at the end of the video clip. The video is nothing less than a seven-second horror story and hereâs what the people have to say about it- Satya Vachan. Chalti train se kudana murkhtaa toh hai hee aur saath hee mei tik tok ne bhi logo ko bigaarr rakhaa hai. Hero giri tik tok mei nhi hai, apne aap ki kamiyaabi ke jeetne mei hoti hai. â Ankit Verma (@1404ankitAnkit) February 18, 2020Hainah! Ye pagllpann hii . â Prince Sharma (@Princekr7677) February 18, 2020Really? Sir ye tik tok bna rhe h, tik tok k liye kisi hadd tk ja skte h@PiyushGoyalOffc â Ashish Jha (@ajkanpur786) February 18, 2020Makes sense. They need to introduce centralized doors similar to metro rolling stocks ! â Nidhish ABRAHAM (@nidhishabraham) February 18, 2020Please donât perform such stunts. Horrible..Please don't do, otherwise next time you will be not available to do . #IndiaYuva â Shyam Gupta ð¦ (@shyamcdac) February 18, 2020Savage⦠Horrible..Please don't do, otherwise next time you will be not available to do . #IndiaYuva â Shyam Gupta ð¦ (@shyamcdac) February 18, 2020 View the full article
  18. Sometimes you wake up in the middle of a deeply gratifying dream and wish to drop dead asleep again to resume or finish the storyline that your subconscious mind was playing out. I was invited to London to watch an English Premier League game, and my consciously Manchester United-crazy mind demanded that I squeeze in a visit to Old Trafford, the Theatre of Dreams, to fulfil a lifelong dream of watching my favourite club play live. And much to the dismay of my boss, thatâs exactly what I did. View this post on InstagramIn need of some #WednesdayMotivation? Why not book a trip to the city of Manchester? ð ð¸: @asinglestepblogA post shared by (@nationalexpress) United were due to play Burnley in an English Premier League encounter (honorary mention to partners Budweiser 0.0, who made my trip possible) on January 23, 2020, having endured an eventfully ill-fated month till that point. Recent losses against Arsenal, Liverpool and (in the cup vs) Manchester City meant that tickets were easily available on manutd.com for this home fixture against a then-bottom table side. Little did we know that the game would end 0-2 in favour of the visitors and would trigger the infamous walkouts that might even continue after the ongoing winter break; but more on that, later. To buy tickets for home matches, follow these steps: - Sign up for a free membership on the website - Use the membership number to sign in - Visit the ticketing section on the website and select the game you want to watch - The blocks coloured in blue will have vacant seats - Upon selecting, the website suggests the best available seat - Among âadult,â âunder 16,â âseniorâ etc, pick the category that you belong to and proceed to pay - Tickets are delivered if booked well in advance, otherwise you can collect them on matchday at the ticket counters with valid ID Note: You can follow a similar process to buy tickets for the stadium tour. Categories include but are not limited to âEnhanced Tourâ and âLegends Tour.â Next step was to find accommodation and stay, hostelworld.com and rome2rio.com always being my go-to websites. A four-hour non-stop bus is the most affordable and time-effective commute. Mine was a 12-pound National Express coach that drops you in the heart of Manchester, near Piccadilly Gardens. The dorm was at walkable distance, in the most hipster-ish neighbourhood on Hilton Street. The ClubI checked in, lit a cigarette and immediately after the first drag, it sank in. I WAS IN FUCKING MANCHESTER! FOR REAL, I WAS GOING TO WATCH A GAME AT OLD TRAFFORD! At a loss for words, my overcome state of mind at this point is best summed up by a fellow Red Devil from USA, Chris Castaneda, who told B/R after visiting OT for the first time in 2015 : âThe buildup is incredibly unnerving, you struggle so much waiting for the moment that you show up at the stadium five hours before the match, when no one else is around, and just take the time to walk around and admire everything about the ground.â © MENSXP/Alshaar After a quick kebab meal (I love eating doner kebabs in Europe), I was advised by the hostel staff to take the tram to Old Trafford. The tram was right next to Piccadilly Gardens. Tickets can be purchased from vending machines. Mine cost £ 2.40. I got off at Trafford Bar station and exited on to Warwick Road, Google Mapped my way down towards the stadium, passed the Old Trafford cricket stadium, bought a retro Eric Cantona scarf, and here I was (exactly five hours ahead of kickoff) â staring at the glass walls of my footballing mecca through the silhouette of the Holy Trinity. One big downside of travelling alone (apart from not having a personal photographer) though is that sometimes when youâre dumbfounded, getting a second opinion becomes a daunting task. Your mind simply goes blank and instincts take over. Some might call it âliving in the moment;â for me it translated into paying a father-son duo three pounds to click pictures of me with replica trophies in front of the stadiumâs main entrance â guilty pleasures; not complaining. © MENSXP/Alshaar By the time I was done collecting my ticket, video calling loved ones back home, indulging in front camera vanity and realising that you should always book the stadium tour in advance, the sun had set and more matchgoers had arrived. A stadium parikrama was followed by joining the crowd in anticipation of the team buses. That would take another hour or so, but I encountered two very interesting young men from Nottingham leaning against the barricades. In his late teens, Joe Roberto, a fellow Man United supporter, was here for the first time with his friend Antonio, who is half Italian and is more interested in the Serie A than the EPL. The duo was fascinated by my work that takes me around the world (very humbly; you can read about my trips to Russia , Italy , Vietnam , France etc and decide for yourself), but more so because they were both considering applying for police jobs given the high crime rate in their county. © MENSXP/Alshaar So far, the day had only been about my dreams and my ambitions, but this conversation gave me a window inside the lives of the actual people living in this part of the United Kingdom. Thereâs sport, thereâs religion; of course money matters; and then, thereâs a growing sense of national pride, which one might not be unfamiliar with, irrespective of your current coordinates. The light-hearted banter, nonetheless, very much continued with Joe and I outnumbering Antonio. But the team buses had now arrived and the starting XI on the day would set the tone for the impending doom that awaited United and its frustrated fanbase, on the pitch. View this post on Instagramð´ And in the red corner... #MUFCA post shared by (@manchesterunited) Up in Block N42 of the Sir Alex Ferguson stand, a few flights of stairs, a pint of beer and half an hour later, the chatter was about Mason Greenwood not starting, Phil Jones replacing an injured Victor Lindelof, and Andreas Pereira being given yet another shot at the #10 role. The teams came out and bitterly honest words from a loyal United fan Steven Narloch, which I had read online in his Old Trafford testimony, flashed across my mind: âExit off the tram, see those huge white arches as I walk up Warwick Road, enter the ground, climb up a few flights of stairs, find my seat, and then do something that always baffles me; clap out the teams as they emerge from the tunnel, as if youâre thanking the highly paid people playing for the team of your choice just for turning up.â © MENSXP/Alshaar But despite a continuously intensifying grudge against how the club is being run, fans warmly welcomed the players onto the pitch. The game got off to a yawn-inducing start and all the frustration from watching United play on TV in the last few years started coming back to me. To make matters worse, the hosts went a goal behind by the 39th minute, after Chris Wood headed a free kick past David De Gea. Nothing much changed in the second half and the 56th minute saw Burnley double their lead this time via Jay Rodriguez. My dream debut in Old Trafford started feeling more and more anticlimactic. But we hang on till Fergie time, donât we? Turns out, we donât because a) the tram gets super cramped if you leave late b) the commitment of the current lot doesnât live up to the indomitable spirit of Sir Alex Fergusonâs legendary United sides. As I held back my tears and exited defeated, around the 80th minute mark, the turnout outside was astoundingly greater than what was left behind in the stadium. We would later learn that this was one of the most infamous walkouts in the recent history of the club and fans have in fact made a tradition of it since then. Most of us have had enough; and itâs not just about this one loss. The way the club has been run since the Glazer takeover is appalling â from transfers and wages to ownership and fund allocation. Sir Alex Ferguson had preserved the old guard, but since his departure in 2013, the widening cracks at Old Trafford have now become full-sized craters. The big quandary is that the Glazer family borrowed a load of money to buy Manchester United in 2004 and shifted debts to the tunes of a billion dollars within 15 years onto the club. Misery is compounded by United announcing record high revenues in the 2010s, which has not really translated into on-pitch success â raising glaring doubts about the ownersâ vision for a club with arguably the richest history in the PL. © MENSXP/Alshaar Gab Marcotti writes for ESPN: âThere's something doubly infuriating in knowing that even while you're suffering at your team's underachievement, the guys who own it and run it continue to cackle all the way to the bank. It's not that they don't necessarily care -- maybe they do, maybe they're fans too; they never speak, so we don't know -- it's just that you're left with the feeling that, however much it pains them to see United struggle on the pitch, when they put on their businessman hats, all that pain magically melts away.â Depressed and feeling an existential sense of defeat, I took the tram back and my day ended in complete contrast to how it had begun. The club that I grew up watching dominate all of Europe has been reduced to a laughing stock and distressingly because of non-footballing reasons. The cityI woke up early next morning to typically gloomy Manchester skies. A septuagenarian gent was making breakfast â atypical of the most such lodgings â a recipe for some interesting conversation. Michael Celle Clarke had spent his young years in Manchester and his rendezvous with the city had stayed with him. Over a cuppa, he shared stories that involved women, odd jobs and finances. Now settled, with grandchildren and great grandchildren, he still finds excuses to visit Manchester, âthe city that has seen so much and has given people so much.â © MENSXP/Alshaar So, what exactly is so special about this city? One of the better ways to find out was to sign up for a walking tour. Most such offerings are usually free â something that I absolutely love about European cities. The reception desk was handing out brochures for this one called the Free Manchester Walking Tour, which starts at 11 am from the Alan Turing Memorial in Sackville Park. On my way to the meeting point, I encountered this tiny, funny-named eatery called Pottyâs Kitchen, where a bunch of local construction workers were walking in and out of. Who knew you could get a fabulous full English breakfast for less than five pounds, with a bunch of pescetarian and vegan options. Quick note: having proper meals helps survive the cityâs windy weather, which suddenly started approaching zero-ish temperatures that morning. View this post on Instagram#Mcr #manchester #uk #2019 #stretphotography #travel #travellovers #love #welcome #home #keeptraveling #bee #documentaryphotography #gayvillage #alanturingA post shared by (@jose_marcilese_iglesias) A few smokes helped stay warm at the Turing Statue, before local lad Mike (25), another lifetime Manchester United supporter, from the Tour team greeted me, followed by around 10 more tourists, from Europe and South America. Aziz Ahammout from Lille was here for the previous nightâs game too, and has grown up supporting United from across borders like yours truly. Leeds-born Charlie Tatman also follows football and had even been to India (he fortuitously ended up playing a British officer in Aamir Khanâs Mangal Pandey: The Rising on the trip), before settling down with his wife and a set of twins. Czech student Laura, who resides in Poland currently, had been flatmates with Indians and of course proclaimed her love for curry with me. The three-hour tour began with a brief timeline of Manchester, through its multiple eras: of the Romans christening it Mamucium; of canals enabling it to become a global textile hub; of the bombing during the Second World War; of the abandonment of the textile mills and the subsequent rise of an underground music culture â notable Manchester musicians include The Smiths, The Verve, Oasis, The Red Army, Van der Graaf Generator among numerous others. Today, Manchester is the second most populous metropolitan area in the United Kingdom with more than three million people. The city bears unique distinctions for establishing a university in as early as the 1820s, producing around 25 Nobel laureates and a host of artists. Alan Turing, whose statue we met at, though remains the most controversially timeless figure. View this post on InstagramReminiscing about the Parade and our Deep Space Pride: A Future World of Equality theme at this year's Manchester Pride Festival! The Parade was by far the biggest to ever walk the streets of Manchester and we cannot thank you enough for coming to support the community, whether you walked with us in the Parade or encouraged us from the crowd! ðð And can we just talk about some of these outfits?! Incredible! #MPFestival2019A post shared by (@manchesterpride) His genius, biographed in Benedict Cumberbatchâs (another University of Manchester graduate) Imitation Games, lies in being the father of modern computing. Even more relevant is his life as one of the first openly gay public figures in the history of the Western world. Despite playing a crucial role in cracking intercepted coded messages that enabled the Allies to defeat the Nazis in many crucial engagements, Turing was prosecuted under Victorian anti-homosexuality laws and is said to have not received enough respect before a premature death (allegedly suicide), at the age of 41. After widespread internet campaigns, he was retrospectively pardoned in 2013 and even features on the new £50 note now. Turing remains an accurate representation of Manchesterâs contribution to liberalism through the ages. Apart from housing the countryâs oldest public library (since 1652), it has also been at the centre of labour right activism in the 1850s, which eventually led to the repeal of the infamous Corn Laws; it has been home to remarkable feminist movements in the 20th century; and it has constantly rallied behind free trade, pacifism and the separation of church and state. In fact, even great men like Abraham Lincoln have written to the âworking men of Manchesterâ for their anti-slavery stance. View this post on Instagramð¸ 2019 has brought us some fantastic photography and illustrations! Here are some of our best ones - which one is your favourite?A post shared by (@officialuom) After walking past the university, the Royal Exchange Theatre, the Town Hall, the Bridgewater Hall, the Rochdale Canal and the library, we finally ended up at the Exchange Square. It was here where, according to our guide Mike, the latest, most modern, era of Manchester was born. A bomb explosion (planted by Irish right-wing militants during the Euro Cup â96; Manchester was one of the host countries) caused devastating and largely irreversible damage, estimated by insurers at £700 million (equivalent to £1.3 billion in 2019). The detonation, according to locals, ripped the heart out of the city centre but remarkably no-one was killed. Contrastingly, the blast has been viewed by some as a 'catalyst' for starting the city's mass regeneration by attracting hundreds of millions worth of investment and resulting in above national average economic growth in the 20 years following the bombing. Manchester received about £583 million in private and public funding towards its regeneration that completely transformed the business sector, the growth of which could have otherwise been much slower. At the 2002 Commonwealth Games, Manchester played proud host and set a worldwide example on how to get back on oneâs feet. View this post on InstagramNice + sunny in Manchester. âï¸A post shared by (@lucyygallagher) Goodbyes were said at this point, but the Man United supporters in the group â Mike, Aziz and I â stayed back and bitched about the previous night. Once Mike left to resume his dayâs routine, we ended up at Sinclairâs Oyester Bar, after a visit to the nearby National Football Museum. The rustic pub is located in one of the oldest buildings in the city, The Shambles. Usage of phones/electronics is strictly banned inside; an attendant is on the vigil at all times. But the upside â besides getting hammered for a mere £15 â is that you tend to initiate conversations with strangers. Manchester serves up to be the perfect city for this kind of socialising, especially if youâre a United fan. Aziz and I ended up befriending almost each table adjacent to ours despite heated debates over Ole Gunnar Solskjærâs future as the boss. Most of these men and women were locals, ranging from ages between 20 and 70. My acquaintance with the city, from two decades of supporting United, was validated by the open arms that the locals offered towards my devotion. It was at this point that I realised what knits the bond between the club and its overseas fans. © MENSXP/Alshaar My girlfriend, a distant observer of the sport, often asks why I donât support another club since Manchester United have been shit most of the 2010s? I couldnât offer a convincing response before visiting Manchester, but I can almost physically feel my connect with the city now. Itâs almost like a home away from home, and in its core value system, also resonates with my most fundamental beliefs in life. Thereâs another club in the city and why I donât support them would require another article. But as I munched on my last kebab before taking off for India, and made peace with the clubâs fall from grace, the city, like few others, didnât make me feel alone as a solo traveller anymore â and despite the heartbreaking recent performances of Manchester United, ensured that I return one day regardless. Although more new signings will help. View the full article
  19. It's easy to assume that natural growth and time are two factors that are enough to get the beard of your dreams. But if you're stuck with a beard that is not growing, maybe you're doing some of the things wrong. In fact, there are certain habits that can potentially be detrimental for your beard growth: 1. You're Not Trimming Your Beard That Often © Getty Images Trimming your beard on the regular plays a big role in keeping your hair follicles on the face active, which means regular growth on the face. While the word on the street is that not trimming gives you the beard of your dreams, it's, in fact, a myth. Going for regular trims is healthy for your beard growth. 2. You're Not Brushing Your Beard © Shahid Kapoor/Instagram If you're not brushing your beard on a daily basis, it'll create irksome tangles in it that can be painful to undo. And, regular brushing of the beard creates a healthy blood flow which is great for its growth. So if you don't have a beard comb, you just get one, stat! 3. You're Not Washing Your BeardIf you're not washing your beard regularly, chances are that it will make your beard rather itchy and you'll get constant urges to scratch your beard, which is bad for its growth. Instead, create a definite beard washing routine and stick to it in order to get rid of beard-scratching urges. 4. You're Ignoring Basic Grooming For Your Beard © Getty Images If you're someone who is proud of the fact that they don't use any product for the beard, you should stop right, seriously. This is not a healthy habit for beard growth. Especially if you have dry skin underneath or beard dandruff, it will harm your growth further. Get a balm if your skin is dry, get a good face wash and beard wash if it's acne-prone. 5. You're Using Your Shampoo On The Beard © Getty Images If, instead of real beard products, you're sticking to a hair shampoo, it can be detrimental for the beard growth. The solution designed for a hair shampoo does not work well for the beard or even for the skin underneath the beard, so quit this habit and get real beard products. View the full article
  20. The novel coronavirus has claimed over 1,600 lives so far and the number of infected people has reached around 69,000 as of today morning, according to news reports. The disease, which is officially now called COVID-19, originated in Wuhan, China and now many cities around the area have been locked down. The residents have been asked to stay indoors as a precautionary measure. Therefore people are engaging in different ways to keep themselves entertained during the lockdown. Recently, a video of a man running inside his apartment to stay fit has surfaced on the internet. © BCCL Pan Shancu, a 44-year old massage therapist and marathon runner from Hangzhou China, as per the reports, ran 6,250 laps inside his apartment. Check out the video here How "spectacular" does a live running broadcast have to attract 250,000 views? Pan Shancu, a marathon runner from Hangzhou , China, achieved it while on lockdown during the #coronavirus outbreak. https://t.co/CTRFQkQMrj pic.twitter.com/JOIMyIMWNh â CGTN (@CGTNOfficial) February 15, 2020According to Business Insider, he said, âI have not been outside for many days, today I cannot bear sitting down anymore! Letâs run laps around the two massage tables in the room, then! One lap is about 8 meters â I ran 50km, did it in 4:48:44, sweated all over, feels great!â âI felt a little dizzy at first, but you get used to it after you circle many times. Running is like an addiction. If you donât run for a long time, you get itchy feet,â he added. Check out some of the reactions here: Thatâs true too! ⦠while his neighbours are driven insane by the thumping. â HJ Blease (@Jay_Blease) February 15, 2020Whatâs your excuse? A crisp 9:19 per mile.. He passed through the marathon in circa: four hours, four minutes, six seconds. â Tom Cuffe (@TomCuffe13) February 15, 2020Thatâs the key. Way to stay positive! I hope the apartment floors in China are better than in America for the sake of his downstairs neighbor. We hear everything over here. â Anon (@Anoncomment1) February 13, 2020So true. The dedication â COOOLANTO // Anthony Nguyen (@OFFICIALLYCOOOL) February 13, 2020A lot of dedication. Thatâs dedication â Yellow Brick Road West End (@YBRWestEnd) February 13, 2020Indeed. King â nude rat fan acct (@daleyclimax2) February 13, 2020All we need is a lot of motivation and little baby steps to accomplish our goals in life. This man is a living example of achieving his aims and not giving up easily. Just a little bit of consistency every day and youâll get there too! View the full article
  21. More often than not, your life changes when you're least expecting it. No, I'm not trying to go all emo here, but just talk about a guy who recently received a life-changing phone call. Netraprasad Sharma is a tour guide and a class tenth drop out from Pampu Basti in West Bengalâs Buxa Tiger Reserve Forest. Oh, and now, he's also possibly the main character in an upcoming novel by JK Rowling. This is the kind of representation we've all been waiting for! View the full article
  22. Eleven-time world champion Usain Bolt has held onto the world record for the 100m sprint for a while now - his record time of 9.58 seconds has been unbeaten for over ten years. View the full article
  23. Today marks the passing of a year since 40 Indian jawans lost their lives in the deadly Pulwama terror attack and the entire country is paying homage to the fallen heroes in their own way. One man, in particular, came up with a powerful way that he could honour all the martyrs - by making a special memorial for them. Umesh Gopinath Jadhav, a Bengaluru-based musician, travelled throughout the country to meet the families of the martyrs and collect soil from outside of their houses. © ANI He spent a good portion of 2019 travelling 61,000 kilometres covering 16 states and achieving this incredible feat. Hats off to him, for real, this is one of the best tributes ever. He collected all the soil in one urn which is now displayed at the memorial that was inaugurated today at Lethpora camp in the Pulwama district. The CRPF had invited Jadhav as a special guest at the wreath-laying ceremony since he's gone above and beyond to honour not just the martyred jawans but also their families. © ANI And, this was all him, he didn't have any donations or sponsorships, it's all just from the good of his heart. After the ceremony, he said, "My main purpose was to pay respect and homage to the jawans who lost their lives in the attack. I have travelled more than 61,000 kilometres to collect the soil. Their soil is for mother earth. I am proud that I met all the families of Pulwama martyrs and sought their blessings. Parents lost their son, wives lost their husbands, children lost their fathers and friends lost their friends. I collected soil from their houses and their cremation grounds." He added, "India stands with them, this is my message to the Armed Forces of the country. This is my small effort to show respect for the martyrs." © ANI But, he's still not done it seems, as he's also hoping to raise about Rs 50,000 for each of the martyrsâ families. What a great man! View the full article
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