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  1. 30-year-old Tejinder Singh is a man of ample motivation. There is a sense of confidence in his voice and faith upon himself that he can change the world for the better without a lot of external help. A pharmacist by education and an assistant professor in the Adesh University in Bathinda, Singh took up marathon running after getting inspired by the Bollywood portrayal of Milkha Singh's life in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and started participating in races since October 2015. Having taken part in marathons all over the country, Tejinder considers completing the 200km run between Amritsar and Chandigarh as his greatest achievement till date. What is rather unique about this athlete is that every marathon that has he run in, he has done so while carrying the Indian flag in his hand. Tired on the toxic drug situation of Punjab, Tejinder decided to bring half-marathon to his hometown of Bathinda. He encouraged the youth from not only his town but the entire state to come and become a part of this cause. Now, four years later, around 1,500 people register for run annually. "Our theme is 'run to fight against cancer and drug abuse' and we like to keep it completely away from politics and politicians,” Tejinder tells MensXP. “The only thing we seek help from the government is with the permission to run on the roads, and traffic control from the commissioner,” he adds. “You know when politicians are involved, the marathon becomes more of a political campaign. MPs and MLAs come to the flagoff and then you have to take care of them, they climb on the stage and start giving long speeches and ask for votes from the people present there,” he further adds. A strong believer in maintaining the pristine essence behind Bathinda's half marathon, Singh hopes to keep the purity of the cause intact. Tejinder Singh will be in New Delhi as one of the participants of the 2019 edition of the Airtel Half Marathon and you can watch him run with the Indian tricolour in his hands.
  2. Even though Father's Day is a self-made fraction of recognising the true essence of fatherhood, it's still a day to celebrate the most fundamental relationship people share. Father's Day is a day where you remember the one person in your life who changed your world around just by their endurance towards giving you the best life. But Father's Day isn't just about biological 'fathers', to be fair. It's solemnly about a father-figure, who gives you determination and courage to face life's worst challenges and come out as a winner. Men who take a stand to become a guiding light for someone and be their voice of reason also deserve a fair chance of being acknowledged this Father's Day. (c)Facebook We have someone amidst us, who gave up so-called an idealistic career like being a doctor, engineer or even a businessman, in life to become a father-figure to hundreds of slum kids who needed direction and inherent care. Murphy Raphael John nurtures and takes care of children from the slum, through his trust 'Reach Out and Pass It On' and this Father's Day, let's celebrate the work he has put in to raising numerous kids, with proper education and much-needed life skills and making them stand tall and proud on their own two feet. (c)Facebook 'Reach It Out and Pass It On' believes in empowering people just so they can empower others in the future. Murphy had never planned on doing this as a profession or even recreationally, but according to him, some things choose you and you have to go along with them. When he was in college he was actively involved in activities concerning Church Youth, a service orientated wing of the church and he used to spend a lot of time actively volunteering for various social causes. Amongst various efforts that were being made by young people, interacting with a bunch of kids, from the nearest slums was one of them. "I always wanted to start this as a project with members from the Church Youth, but no one seemed interested. One day someone told me to stop waiting for people to come and do something on my own instead. And whoever has to come, will follow. At first it was scary, but I had a bunch of friends helping me out and we decided to do this once a week. We spent a lot of time with these kids in Central Delhi, who would sit next to the Gurudwara and the Church, and from there on everything has been very evolutionary in nature. A situation came in front, and a solution to it was our next step. We started playing, teaching and spending quality time with these kids, everyday" - said Murphy, over a conversation with him. (c)Facebook From thereon, after recognising what these kids really needed, things began to spiral and become bigger. At that point Murphy or his friends hadn't thought about bringing this initiative under an umbrella or a name. They would all go spend time with them, whenever they found time and have conversations with them, like they were family. Even though Murphy's friends would visit the children sporadically, Murphy made it a point to spend a few hours with them, every day. The kids in turn loved their mentors and would come every day to meet Murphy and his friends. They would indulge in conversations about life and the universe, mental math, logical reasoning, life skills and eating healthy food. After realising the seriousness of how Murphy is impacting lives, he began to think of this project more seriously. During the monsoons, Murphy approached a school nearby to give these kids shelter while they would spend time with their mentors and when the school agreed, on an autopilot, the kids started attaining proper education, as they all got enrolled in to the school. (c)Facebook "We had a classroom in the school nearby and studies for these kids started. But obviously the kids never looked forward to studying, so they started running away. Which made me realise over time that street kids came to us because they got something from us, which they hadn't ever received from anyone else. They got human companionship, they got friendship, they got someone to play with them and of course their need was survival and because I was 20-years-old at the time, I could not give them that. So, I did what I thought was best. I approached the nearest slum, where these kids belonged and that's when our next phase started, where we started working with the slums." (c)Facebook Over time, Murphy and his team shifted to the slums and started working with the kids there. There were kids from the ages of 5 till 20, who were deeply engrossed in Murphy's teaching mechanism. Towards the end of 2010, the slum Murphy was working with got demolished without a notice that was given to the slum dwellers, so a lot of families were displaced and hadn't been rehabilitated. In such a dire time, Murphy would assemble as many children from the slums as he could and take them to a night shelter, and spend nights with them there, in harsh winters. "Whatever money we had collected we would buy food at night and feed them, while take the children to night shelters, after seeking permission from their parents. I definitely did not give up on the slum that was demolished as I had formed a bond with the families there. As a youth, one is more fiery and driven and I kept thinking we need to do something more for these kids. And that's where the idea of starting a centre came to me. We got a place on rent, after much difficulty. We managed to find a room and in a very small space, 25 kids and I shifted in." (c)Facebook Even though Murphy found a temporary set-up for the kids, he used the opportunity to help them, to the hilt and made sure, he helped them with their upcoming examinations. Apart from mentoring them for their exams, Murphy also taught them other life skills like cooking, cleaning, washing utensils and clothes, etc. Murphy realised that if he had to sustain this arrangement, to help these children out, he would need some form of funding and that's where, permanency started making sense to him. He realised in order to get donations and funding, he would need to register this ensemble as a trust, and that's when 'Reach Out and Pass It On' was born. "The set up was temporary, but the kids and I were so attached, we didn't want to give up on it. They decided that a bigger place would make sense and with the help of few donations, we shifted to a bigger centre in Patel Nagar, and we stayed put there for the next two-and-a-half-years. The kids would go to school, we would have lunch, they would study and then I would give them money to go back home. But the kids would tell me 'Bhaiya we travel so much, we don't have time to do homework and we can't study at home', so they started staying back with me twice a week, sometimes three times a week and eventually they started staying with me every day and I was like listen your parents will kill me. So then they started going back home once a week." (c)Facebook Everything was just a beautiful evolution for these kids and for Murphy as well. In 2013, the centre was shifted from Patel Nagar to Ramesh Nagar and they have been there for the past 7 years now. When the centre shifted, they approached another slum nearby and kids started coming from there to be a part of this beautiful journey. Today, the centre hosts about 100 children from two different slums, who come and imbibe some life skill training and learn to be better human beings. Reach out and Pass it On's main focus is overall development. They provide means for opportunity and whatever opportunity that can help a child with development and growth. They had a need for education, so they provided education through people who would volunteer to come and teach at the centre. They needed space to learn and grow, so a space was taken up, to accommodate everyone. A lot of kids have talent, so the centre found ways to befit that by enrolling kids in crafts, music, dance, sports, cooking and baking, etc. Workshops are conducted on health and hygiene, personality development and values. "We don't want to just create educated people. We want to create good people. We don't want just literacy, but people who have a sane head on their shoulders. and that's what the name 'Reach Out and Pass it On' means. Whatever you learn you need to pass it on. You can't just hoard it for yourself. So, if you built people to be capable and confident, then they will find their way in life." (c)Facebook The children come to the centre at the age of 10-11 and they are there till they go to college. When they reach grade 12th, they're given the option of either leaving the centre or staying. The ones who stay are the ones who volunteer and pass on their leanings to younger children in the centre. They're also involved with the running of the centre, by helping with daily accounts and the upkeep of the centre, which is a beautiful practice to actually pay it forward. We seldom indulge in paying back what we've truly learnt from the world and that's what Reach Out and Pass It On emphasises on. ''My first batch of kids, one girl did her English honours and now is a choreographer at Danceworx. I had two boys who completed their sociology honours. One gave a bank exam for Axis and got a placement there. The other one did his masters in social design and he will soon be graduating and getting a job in the social development sector. One of the students did economic honours and is now preparing for government exams." (c)Facebook The organisation does a lot of fundraising and purely sustains itself through donations and charitable events. They have been receiving funds through these means since the longest time and they've done well for themselves so far. So, in case you're looking for a good charity or a trust to donate to, Reach Out and Pass it On is an ideal choice. Murphy has formed an incredible and inevitable circuit of 'doers', who pass on the good in them, to help other people perceive it and on Father's Day, all we can learn from this is the true meaning of gratitude and solidarity, along with a lot of trust and fun. Murphy has been a guiding light for several kids on the streets and it's time to learn something from his experience and impart it to people who really need to be shown and given a direction. (c)Facebook ''Parenting is a full time job. I've put the wheel in motion. Children come, they're with us. They learn various things and then they choose a path. I try my level best to find a path best suited to these kids and give them an option of what they like to do. Eventually I want them to grow up to be good people, be a part of the world and make friends. This is my sole aim for these children," Murphy signed off.
  3. Javed Jaffrey not only was an entertainer par excellence, but also used to rule the hearts of '90s kids. 'Boogie Woogie' used to be the rage back then, and his playful charisma struck a chord with everyone watching him on TV. Looks like he has passed that charisma on to his son - Meezaan - who is about to be launched in B-Town, by none other than Mr Sanjay Leela Bhansali himself. He is playing the lead along with Bhansali's niece, Sharmin Segal, in 'Malaal'. Apart from his father's screen presence, he also seems to have nailed the 'fashionably woke' role, judging by his pictures. Take a look here. He clearly knows how to use the appeal of distressed denim to his advantage. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 30, 2019 at 7:03am PDT We have always maintained that the dhoti-kurta needs to make a comeback, and he reiterates it. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on Jun 1, 2019 at 1:27am PDT And again. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 21, 2019 at 7:36pm PDT You can never go wrong with a relaxed black layered ensemble. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 19, 2019 at 6:39am PDT A tux will always have your back (especially when you have a father who's a style guru himself). View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 21, 2019 at 12:10am PDT Manbuns are not over, and they are not going anywhere anytime soon. Here's proof. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meezaan (@meezaanj) on May 30, 2019 at 8:29pm PDT We wish you all the luck, Meezaan!
  4. Haven't we always heard some wise man or go-getter say “follow your passion”? Throwing away those three words as easily as a pie. As if most of us haven't thought about ditching this sad-ass 9-5 cycle that our life is, or as if we don't want to go back to those easy days of long and liberating jam sessions we enjoyed so much with the band or simply never having to quit the thrill of preparing and participating in street plays. © Twitter But alas, here we are. Still stuck to our swivel chairs, constantly punching those damned keys on the keyboard or attending yet another useless meeting just for the sake of it. Somewhere amidst all this senselessness and need to “get on with life”, our passion ends up taking a backseat, or goes out of the window, to be honest. © Twitter However, while this might be true for most of us, there also exist some highly-motivated individuals out there who take their “passion” seriously and back it up with concrete actions too. UP cadre IAS officer Ravindra Kumar happens to be one such person. © Twitter Ravindra recently conquered Mount Everest for the second time, after scaling the mountain peak for the first time in 2013. However, Ravindra told the media that his conquest this time around bears special importance because he dedicated it to the cause of 'Swaccha Ganga Swaccha Bharat Everest Abhiyaan 2019'. © Twitter Ravindra admitted that his motivation behind the adventure this time lies in raising awareness amongst people regarding the quickly deteriorating state of water bodies in the country, and what it means for our country and the world at large. © Twitter Ravindra has even claimed to be the first and only IAS officer to climb Mt Everest. He also shared that through this 2019 Everest expedition he wants to urge people from the highest point of Himalayas, the source of major rivers of India, to save water at their personal level.
  5. The 2019 UEFA Champions League came to a close with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool emerging victorious in a final, which was probably only enjoyed by Liverpool fans. The most interesting and controversial moment out of the blockbuster event actually turned out to be the invasion of a mysterious woman on the pitch, 20 minutes into the final. The woman in question is Kinsey Wolanski, a 22-year-old model who has appeared in Sports Illustrated, FHM, and Maxim. However, she is best known for her appearances on her boyfriend Vitaly Zdorovetskiy's YouTube channels and website. © Reuters In fact, as she stormed onto the pitch, the black swimsuit that she had donned had the name of her boyfriend's website written in bold. The website has in and around 32 million registered users and her act has said to have generated £3 million in publicity. On a personal front, as it can be expected, her online profile blew up massively. With around 350k followers before the final, her Instagram profile averaged 20k likes per post. But, within 24 hours of the final ending, her Instagram boasted 2.6 million followers, with an average of 500k likes per post. MY INSTAGRAM HAS BEEN HACKED ð — Kinsey wolanski (@KinseyWolanski) June 2, 2019 Wolanski posted a video of her being lead off the pitch by stewards with the caption: "Life is for living, do crazy things that you will remember forever.” Subsequently, her Instagram account has been now deactivated under mysterious circumstances and Wolanski has claimed that her account was hacked. Her boyfriend Vitaly, consequently, is quite notorious for similar reasons. Having streaked in the 2014 World Cup final, he is banned from attending any major sporting events. He has been an active YouTuber for several years with over 10 million subscribers and revealed after the final, that he wished to marry Wolanski. pic.twitter.com/xr9254mhgI — Kinsey wolanski (@KinseyWolanski) June 2, 2019 Following exciting contests and scintillating personal duels in the knockout phase, the Champions League final, sadly, failed to live up to the billing. Owing to a tame performance by the two Premier League giants, Klopp's brigade eventually lifted the coveted trophy with a 2-0 win. © Reuters But, while the summit clash of Europe's biggest club competition struggled to entice the fans, Wolanski's streaking undeniably gave everyone to cheer for and talk about in an otherwise a dull affair.
  6. It was an eventful evening yesterday as millions of households across India switched on their TV sets to watch the live telecast of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony which every news channel was carrying for its viewers. India met its new set of cabinet ministers under Modi government 2.0, as they were called onto the stage to take their oaths. However, there was a sudden shift in energies when this frail-looking old man with a flowing beard and wind swept hair made his way to the stage, wearing a pair of plain white kurta pajama and greeted the President before taking his place behind the podium. © Twitter Many people in the audience, and even the ones watching the old man on their TV sets were unaware of his identity. Interest piqued and within a span of few minutes Pratap Chandra Sarangi began trending on social media. But the entire episode didn't come as a shock to the people of Odisha, especially those who live in and around Balasore when they saw 'Nana' Sarangi taking his oath as Minister of State in the Modi government last evening. © Twitter The newly elected MP from Odisha's Balasore, 64-year-old Pratap Chandra Sarangi isn't a regular politician. Sarangi lives in a hut, rides a bicycle and his combined assets amount to just 5.5 lakhs. Sarangi thinks of himself a social worker, and supports himself through his pension and agricultural income. In his affidavit Sarangi declared that he does not own a vehicle, jewelry, and has no liabilities. Sarangi has always led a simple life, living on little income, caring for his ailing mother, as he worked out of a small hut and bridged distances and differences riding on a bicycle. © Twitter However, this exactly how Sarangi had planned his 36 years ago. As a 28-year-old he had wanted to become a monk at the Ramakrishna Math, but the head Swamiji at Ramakrishna Mission didn't accept his request, because that would have left his mother alone with no one to care for her. It was at that point that Sarangi decided to join the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and became a sevak, to work as a social worker. It was only later that he got associated with Bharatiya Janata Party. A two-time MLA from the Nilgiri assembly, Sarangi won the seat in 2004 and 2009. In the 2019 Lok Sabha Election, Sarangi defeated two popular rivals, Biju Janata Dal (BJD) MP Rabindra Jena and Navajyoti Patnaik of Congress by a great margin. © Twitter As for why Sarangi is so popular with people, it's because he has been actively working for the people in the area. Sarangi opened many Ekal Vidyalayas (village schools with single school teacher) in the interiors of Odisha. He has had an active involvement in local protests, such as anti-liquor movements and the likes. He also opened Samrkara Kendras in tribal villages in Balasore and Mayurbhanj districts. This time as a Minister of State, Sarangi wants to turn Balasore into a tourist destination as well. © Twitter Sarangi has come a long way. From being a simple man who has been invested in people's welfare, to becoming a Minister of State in Modi's government by winning Lok Sabha elections from his constituency by campaigning through a hired auto rickshaw.
  7. Leonardo Di Caprio has most recently been in news for his relationship status updates, as commitment seems to be a weak point for him. The 'Titanic' actor has had a string of relationships in the past and is currently dating a gorgeous 21-year-old model, Camila Morrone. View this post on Instagram The gown.. @reemacra @micahmarcus A post shared by Camila Morrone (@camilamorrone) on Nov 4, 2018 at 9:17am PST View this post on Instagram Instagram versus reality A post shared by Camila Morrone (@camilamorrone) on Dec 14, 2018 at 3:08pm PST She was born in LA and is one of the top models out there, besides being an actress as well. View this post on Instagram All the angles⨠thank you @vanityfair & team⨠A post shared by Camila Morrone (@camilamorrone) on Feb 25, 2019 at 1:52pm PST View this post on Instagram #sxsw premiere day for @mickeyandthebear A post shared by Camila Morrone (@camilamorrone) on Mar 9, 2019 at 1:34pm PST The two have been dating for a while and are rumoured to be in a serious relationship. View this post on Instagram Another photo of Cami and Leo at the screening of 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' in Cannes, France. ©ï¸ @starfaceagence #camilamorrone #camimorrone #onceuponatimeinhollywood #leodicaprio #leonardodicaprio #bradpitt A post shared by Camila Morrone Updates (@newsmorrone) on May 21, 2019 at 3:21pm PDT View this post on Instagram One last Met photo because everyone else is doing it. ð¸: @mediaguy07 A post shared by Camila Morrone (@camilamorrone) on May 10, 2019 at 8:30am PDT Camila refers to Al Pacino as her step-father, because her mother was in a very long relationship with the actor and she is very close to him as well. View this post on Instagram Gelato in Capri at 10 am. I think I'm happyð®ð¹ A post shared by Camila Morrone (@camilamorrone) on Aug 3, 2018 at 11:36am PDT View this post on Instagram ðºð¸ ð¦ð· ð®ð¹ A post shared by Camila Morrone (@camilamorrone) on Jul 4, 2018 at 1:49pm PDT Camila and Leonardo were spotted in Cannes on a lunch date where the actor was playing the perfect boyfriend, as he happily clicked the beautiful woman's pictures. Leonardo DiCaprio being the perfect instagram boyfriend taking photos of his girlfriend during their lunch date in Cannes (2019) pic.twitter.com/SUQ3vGvA6k — Leo Doing Things (@LeoActivities) May 20, 2019 Leonardo is clearly a lucky man, we guess.
  8. There is something about menstruation and menstruating women that puts people on the edge in our society. As kids, finding out about this more than necessary biological process in women left the girls embarrassed, while the boys sniggered amongst themselves. Their hushed whispers reached the girls alright. The light of (half-baked) discovery and judgement only added to the misery the on-set of periods brought to the girls' lives one fine day. © Getty Images However, what the textbook did not tell these boys was that most of the girls in their class had been caught up in an uncomfortable cycle of bleeding for days every month, for the next 35-40 years of their lives. Let alone the various complications, physical and psychological distress many of them will go through for most of their lives, and for what - produce their children. © Getty Images Yet, most of us would rather not talk about it. Mothers literally want to keep it under wraps, guarding it with their lives. Teachers skim over the subject as if merely talking about it might induce a live demonstration somewhere. Shopkeepers and grandmothers have their own set of concerns, while the government doesn't want to do much about it, besides imposing a hefty tax on menstrual products more than half the Indian population uses on a monthly basis. © Getty Images But right when you think we have landed in a hopeless place, with no way of improving the situation for the better, people like Arunachalam 'Padman' Muruganantham and Nishant Bangera come into the picture bearing hope for a better future. © Nishant Bangera 27-year-old Nishant Bangera from Mumbai is the mind behind a revolutionary initiative that is finally redirecting the long-established 'laws' and beliefs around menstruation and menstruating women in our society. Nishant's brainchild 'Maasika Mahotsav' which literally means celebrating periods, has touched the lives of thousands of young girls and women, given them a platform to talk about menstruation and given them a voice which would be heard. © Nishant Bangera Started in 2017, and backed by the youth organisation Nishant's Muse Foundation which was founded in 2012, 'Maasika Mahotsav' aims to “rationalize the youth through movie screenings and get them to think. In 2014, A Period of Sharing came up under Muse which started working on Sustainable Menstruation. Eventually, started Maasika Mahotsav in 2017 as a comprehensive solution was needed for period management that involved everyone in the conversation”, Nishant tells MensXP. They come across numerous issues on this journey, and deal with them through creative campaigns and programs. “One of them being the 'Period of Sharing' which deals with menstrual health management. Through this we wish to create awareness about sustainable menstruation practices”, Nishant adds. © Nishant Bangera If you are wondering why a young man like Nishant is invested in such a cause, then here is your answer. Nishant had been merely 20-years-old when an incident triggered him to take matters into his own hands. “A colleague at work mentioned that there is a school in Dahanu, Maharashtra which ran on donations, and was attended by orphan girls who had no access to sanitary products. That's when I thought of helping them out by transporting sanitary pads to them.” © Nishant Bangera This gave rise to the 'Period of Sharing' in 2014 and has been a successful program ever since. It is all about breaking the ice, and celebrating the very reason of our birth. Nishant felt that this would allow people to talk about periods on a lighter note. They make use of various sports, art and cultural activities to break the ice and initiate a dialogue. © Nishant Bangera Nishant tells MensXP that, “'Period of Sharing' comes with awareness and activation programs which provoke people to think and talk about taboos. We do that through cultural programs such as games and songs, as well as the visiting gynecologist talking about periods and other speakers who join in to talk about taboos. It is slowly bringing a change in people's mindsets.” © Nishant Bangera Nishant also believes that as important as it is to break the ancient taboos related to menstruations, it is equally important to reach out to the men in our society who firmly believe that “this is none of my business”. While Nishant thinks that it might be too difficult to change the previous generations who are hardwired to function in a certain way, we must try to sensitise young men and women to debunk the myths and break the taboos. © Nishant Bangera What started in 2017 within the borders of Mumbai with three participating states, grew to six states in 2018, now has nine participating states, as well as an international participant, Nepal. What's more, Nishant is brimming with pride and happiness that the Rural Development Department and Panchayati Raj of Sikkim have not only recognised 'Maasika Mahotsav', they have also decided to celebrate it in all the districts this year! © Nishant Bangera And there are two things that keep Nishant motivated to keep moving forward and try harder. One, a feedback from a woman who was from a slum area who said that she was really looking forward to the festival, and skipped a visit to her mother's place to be a part of it. That was her moment to finally break free and talk about this important aspect of her life. The other being the kind of love and support the movement has been received from beyond the national borders. This year, 'Maasika Mahotsav' is being supported by a Swiss lady who wrote to Nishant and said that she appreciates their initiative and would like to help. And she did, by fundraising for the festival in Switzerland! © Nishant Bangera Next stop for Nishant is to turn 'Maasika Mahotsav' into a national festival and eventually take the concept around the world. We wish Nishant and his team all the best in their future endeavours that is set to change thousands of lives. 'Maasika Mahotsav' will be celebrated in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, West Bengal, Sikkim, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Assam and Nepal in the latest edition starting today.
  9. They say travelling broadens our horizons, and exploration is the most honest teacher in town. We wouldn't question that simply because we have personally witnessed, on multiple occasions, how exposure to new landscapes and cultures can transform people for good. We end up admiring the person they become, and whether we admit it or not, we wish to become like them in a lot of ways. Why? Because that kind of goodness never goes out of fashion, and here's proof. It had been just another family vacation for 19-year-old Malhar Kalambe, who was visiting Bali during the summer of 2017. The pristine beaches and clear water surrounding the Indonesian island left Malhar mesmerised until the bigger realities back home in Mumbai shattered Malhar's bubble. © Malhar Kalambe The beaches in Mumbai lay in a wretched state, and the disillusionment from this bigger ground reality hit him hard. He almost blamed the government and municipality, like most of us, and gave up on the situation. However, the damage had already been done, and Malhar simply couldn't move on from what he had witnessed. The Epiphany © Malhar Kalambe It was one such day, when he was sitting with his mother and discussing the sad state of Indian beaches, and wondering why it is so. “I was discussing the state of affairs with my mother and believed that perhaps it's because of the BMC and the government were not doing their job. That's when my mother suggested that if you feel so strongly about this, instead of complaining about it, do something about it. Clean the beach,” Malhar told MensXP. Malhar took up his mother's advice and decided to do something that would make a difference. That's how the Dadar beach clean-up came into existence. Malhar reached out to some of his school friends and together, they set to work. The Start Of A Bigger Movement - 'Beach Please' © Malhar Kalambe Malhar recalls the first time he headed to the beach for a clean-up, “The first time we went to the Dadar beach, we didn't even know that clean-ups should be taken up on the days of low tide. We got together one Sunday and headed to the beach. But due to the high tide, we couldn't do much. So we came back the following weekend and loved the results. That's when we decided to do this for the long haul. Over the next few it became a continuous process and soon turned into a movement.” That's how 'Beach Please' came into existence. The Journey Hasn't Been Easy © Malhar Kalambe Malhar admits that it's been a roller coaster journey. It wasn't easy for the then 19-year-old to convince the people or the BMC officials about the cleanup drive. It took him months to convince them and to be taken seriously by them. The next challenge was to manage the finances required to take the initiative forward. Since Malhar and most of his volunteers are students, and with no funds to back this initiative, all of them pool in their pocket money and arrange all the required props for the clean-up. © Malhar Kalambe Some days, they have over a thousand volunteers, while on other days it's not even a handful. Yet, regardless of the number of volunteers, their personal and academic commitments, Malhar and his friends made the decision to show up for the cleanup every weekend. No excuses. “It's been 88 weeks since we started, and we have never skipped a single weekend,” a proud Malhar shares. Up Next © Malhar Kalambe The Dadar clean-up turned out to be a huge success and caught the attention of lots of people. Over the last 88 weeks, 20000 odd people have been associated with the cause and 'Beach Please' has removed over 1000 tons of waste so far. But Malhar didn't just stop there. He decided to move to the very source where all this waste is collected. Mithi River in Mumbai, one of India's most polluted rivers, was next on his to-do list. © Malhar Kalambe However, it wasn't easy convincing his team to clean up the river, “It took me 3-4 months to convince the team. The reason being, 70% of the river bank is covered with small scale industries which directly dump their waste into the river. So here it wasn't just about plastic waste but included medical waste and chemical waste too. Open defecation in the area also posed as a major problem. But eventually, we took it up and started the Mithi river clean-up in November last year.” The Big Moment For Malhar & 'Beach Please' © Malhar Kalambe 'Beach Please' became Malhar's passion, as his love for the environment found a physical manifestation with it. A B.Com graduate and CA aspirant, Malhar's efforts earned one of the biggest recognitions in the country through UN India's V Award for change makers. “It was the first ever award I have won, and it was huge. You can only imagine how great that felt.” Malhar's parting words are most insightful. He says, “Awareness and lack of civic sense is our biggest flaw as a society. We keep blaming others/government. Whereas we also have to perform their own civic duties and pressurise the authorities to take ownership. Public participation is key, paying taxes is not enough, people have to step out and get their hands dirty if they wish to see a significant change. © Malhar Kalambe As for that one thing that each one of us can do to make our environment cleaner and better, he says, “Segregation waste at the source will solve 50-60% of the problem. Segregating the waste at home is the basic thing each one of us can take up at a personal level.” 21-year-old Malhar has come a long way and made “tonnes” of difference to the world. More power to you Malhar.
  10. Yesterday was a huge day for people who celebrate science. It'll go down in history as a day when the first ever real image of black hole was revealed. But you know what? It's an even bigger day for female scientists across the globe because our first direct look at a black hole, though a bit blurry, is courtesy of a young lady named Katie Bouman. That's right, we earthlings got to see an image of the black hole as seen through the eyes of the Event Horizon Telescope, which is essentially an array of eight radio telescopes around the world working together. Left: MIT computer scientist Katie Bouman w/stacks of hard drives of black hole image data. Right: MIT computer scientist Margaret Hamilton w/the code she wrote that helped put a man on the moon. (image credit @floragraham)#EHTblackhole #BlackHoleDay #BlackHole pic.twitter.com/Iv5PIc8IYd — MIT CSAIL (@MIT_CSAIL) April 10, 2019 The MIT Grad, Katie, was still in school when she helped develop a computer program that created the image of the black hole. She was also the one who led testing to verify the images, which by itself is a huge task. The data from eight of those telescopes were collected on hundreds of hard drives and flown in to a central processing center. It was apparently set across manually because there was too much of it to send over the internet. It was in June last year, when all the data had arrived at the center. While speaking to Time, Katie said, “We all watched as the images appeared on our computers“. The ring came so easily. It was unbelievable.” © Event Horizon Telescope Six years ago when Katie had joined the team, she apparently didn't know a thing about black holes. After all, her background was from computer science and electrical engineering. That, however, didn't keep her away from “coming up with ways to see or measure things that are invisible,” she said. As soon as the first image of black hole was revealed, an image showing Katie next to a stack of hard drives went viral, and rightfully so. This woman deserves all the recognition. Bouman hasn't spoken to anyone else, but she CNN that “No one of us could've done it alone. It came together because of lots of different people from many backgrounds.” Congratulations to Katie Bouman to whom we owe the first photograph of a black hole ever. Not seeing her name circulate nearly enough in the press. Amazing work. And here's to more women in science (getting their credit and being remembered in history) ð¥ð¥âï¸ pic.twitter.com/wcPhB6E5qK — Tamy Emma Pepin (@TamyEmmaPepin) April 10, 2019 Interestingly, Bouman delivered a TED Talk back in 2016 called “How to take a picture of a black hole”, where she noted that the first ever picture of a black hole will come down to an international team of scientists, an Earth-sized telescope and an algorithm to put all the data together and reveal the final image.
  11. Zoya Akhtar's 'Gully Boy' is undoubtedly one of the biggest hits of 2019, which turned everyone into a rapper, a skill people didn't know they had until they saw the movie. This movie also marked Ranveer Singh's debut as an epic rapper, who introduced the world to 'Asli Hip Hop'. While people can't stop praising Ranveer Singh's flawless performance in the movie, there's another guy whose inspiring story deserves to be heard and must hog the limelight. The story of Naezy aka Naved Shaikh, the real-life 'Gully Boy' on whose life Ranveer's character was supposedly based on. Instagram From being an underdog rapper on the streets of Mumbai to making it big and finding success in the world of hip hop, Naezy bares it all about his life in a 'Humans of Bombay' post and how different it was from the movie. "I was born & brought up in Kurla, an infamous area. My family was full of academics, but I was different. I had an 'adventurous' childhood–I'd spend all day with my friends doing the craziest things! I'd hustle hard to get money from anywhere possible–I'd search & sell unused things for cash! I never let my family see this side of me, but they realised what I was up to." Instagram Naezy loved writing and once he got introduced to the 'rap culture', there were fireworks. "I had to study BSc, but I used that time to focus on Hip-Hop–I had so much to say; my songs were unsaid words from dusty street corners," he said. When he recorded his first song 'Aafat', it went viral. The song was loved by people, but his family was furous as they never wanted him to pursue rapping as a career. "Eventually, I got more offers, but kept missing out because of family restrictions. Just when I thought all was lost, I recorded 'Mere Gully Mein' & everything changed. That song was what made Zoya Akhtar approach Divine & I for Gully Boy," he further added. Instagram When someone says, this movie is based on someone's life we instantly assume that everything shown in the movie is factually accurate. We fail to realise that some things are fictional, like it was in 'Gully Boy'. "But not everything in it is true–there's no 'Saifeena' & my dad doesn't have 2 wives! But it showed the audience my roots; the reality of every street rat out there. Looking back, I can't believe I'm here!" View this post on Instagram “I was born & brought up in Kurla, an infamous area. My family was full of academics, but I was different. I had an 'adventurous' childhood–I'd spend all day with my friends doing the craziest things! I'd hustle hard to get money from anywhere possible–I'd search & sell unused things for cash! I never let my family see this side of me, but they realised what I was up to. My mom took care of us because my dad was in Dubai. She said the only way I'd improve was if I stayed away from my friends. I changed schools & houses, but the streets never left me. I found my way back, through Hip-Hop. I loved writing, but hadn't been introduced to 'rap culture' before, so I began researching. It was like a fire burned within me! I had to study BSc, but I used that time to focus on Hip-Hop–I had so much to say; my songs were unsaid words from dusty street corners. But who'd give a 'gully boy' a break? I decided to wait for nobody & record my first song, 'Aafat' on an iPad–it went viral! People loved me! But when my family saw the video–they were furious. They'd never let me pursue rapping as a career–I recieved love & support from everyone except them. It was heartbreaking. Eventually, I got more offers, but kept missing out because of family restrictions. Just when I thought all was lost, I recorded 'Mere Gully Mein' & everything changed. That song was what made Zoya Akhtar approach Divine & I for Gully Boy. But not everything in it is true–there's no 'Saifeena' & my dad doesn't have 2 wives! But it showed the audience my roots; the reality of every street rat out there. Looking back, I can't believe I'm here! There was a time when my friends & I'd bunk school to come to the Queen's necklace & look for coins on the street to have kulfi. Today, I've performed at Wankhede & was given a hotel room overlooking the necklace! I was on top of the world! Still, in that moment of joy, I felt heartbreak like never before because I couldn't share it with my parents. All of this success is stale without their acceptance...without their love. I wish they could see how far I've come, but I won't let this break me. I'll keep trying...Apna Time Kabhi Toh Aayega!” A post shared by Humans of Bombay (@officialhumansofbombay) on Apr 1, 2019 at 6:11am PDT Although he is experiencing fame and joy, it's heartbreaking for him because he couldn't share it with his parents. "All of this success is stale without their acceptance...without their love. I wish they could see how far I've come, but I won't let this break me. I'll keep trying...Apna Time Kabhi Toh Aayega!"
  12. We have officially entered April, and with it into the crucial two months which will eventually decide the nation's fate for the next five years. The Lok Sabha Elections are set to begin from 11th April and shall be carried out in seven phases across the country, finally ending on 19th May. Political parties are going all out with their candidature announcements, detailed pitches and promises for the future of the people, while rallies addressing thousands of people at a time are being conducted all around the country by every big and small party in sight. © Reuters While ministers get ready to go 'door-to-door' convincing people to vote for them and choose them as their future leader, riding on cars and buses, with ten other people taking care of their most needs and requirements throughout the campaign, there is this one particular candidate from Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar who is doing things a lot differently. Touted to be the “poorest” candidate in the Lok Sabha Elections 2019, 51-year-old Mange Ram Kashyap is giving a new spin to election campaigning with zero bank balance to fund his campaigns and literally walking up to people's doors to talk to the constituents to get the job done in order to win from his constituency. © TOI The middle-aged Mange Ram is an advocate by profession and clad in his advocate's robes, anybody in the Muzaffarnagar court will tell you that Kashyap has been fighting all the General Elections since 2000. If you are wondering which party he belongs to, well, Kashyap contests elections from Mazdoor Kisan Union Party which was founded by Kashyap himself in the year 2000. The party has 1000-odd members, most of them being labourers. © Reuters However, according to a TOI report, the election affidavit which he submitted states that Kashyap has no cash, jewellery or bank balance. Even his wife Babita Chauhan is said to be in no possession of cash or jewellery. However, he does own a 100 sq yard plot valued at rupees 5 lakh, a house estimated at rupees 15 lakh, and a bike worth rupees 36,000 among other assets. The affidavit states that the house was a gift from Kashyap's in-laws. © YouTube Kashyap walks from door-to-door talking to people in his constituency, understanding their concerns and promising to fight for the right causes if given a chance. Even though Kashyap has not had the good luck of winning any election yet, he continues to keep moving forward. He decided to campaign on foot instead of riding on his bike because he cannot afford the money to purchase petrol for it very regularly. “I have a bike but I cannot afford petrol for it every day. My wife is a homemaker and we have two kids to take care of. I have tried to find other jobs but there are hardly any,” he told TOI. © Reuters However, Kashyap does not mind campaigning on foot because it allows him to really connect with people. He did the same during the last election season as well. Talking about the amount of precious money that can be saved in this process, he said, “I wonder why big politicians spend so much on campaigning when that money could be used for the welfare of people.” His approach is fresh, and the man does not seem to be deterred by setbacks, with his eyes set only on the quest to win and work for the poor and needy. He is optimistic that things will change for him this year, and he will finally get a chance to serve people. © Reuters He is unfazed by the competition from the top parties around town and as for why he thinks he deserves this chance, it's because “voters know that politicians have not looked out for them. I will help the poor. I will propose a voter pension scheme so that no man is in want of money,” he said. We wonder what is in store for Kashyap this time around. Only time will tell.
  13. When Forbes released this year's '30 under 30' list, there was only one actor in it, and no, he wasn't from Bollywood. Vijay Deverakonda, the latest heartthrob of Telugu cinema, won the prestigious accolade, and it definitely is a reminder of the fact that regional cinema is as impactful as Bollywood (if not more), and it's time we start bringing them to the forefront. The handsome actor, best known for his breakthrough movie 'Arjun Reddy', is as brilliant in terms of his style game, as he is when it comes to acting. Here are 10 images that establish our claim. 1. The moustache is bringing oodles of that glamorous old world charm, and so much more. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Feb 4, 2019 at 6:17am PST 2. If this right here is not layering goals, we don't know what is. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Nov 11, 2018 at 9:05pm PST 3. Who'd have thought of pairing a headband with a semi-formal jacket, unapologetically so? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Oct 19, 2018 at 12:38am PDT 4. Bold patterns on a pink shirt? Yes, please! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on May 25, 2018 at 7:56am PDT 5. A double breasted suit will always remain 'the boss outfit'. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on May 1, 2018 at 11:14pm PDT 6. Summer is here and all shades of pink are welcome. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Mar 7, 2018 at 4:57am PST 7. A textured jacket along with woolen scarves will always have you back for winter meetings. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Mar 13, 2018 at 8:40am PDT 8. White is always appropriate. View this post on Instagram The art of living. A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Sep 24, 2018 at 9:09am PDT 9. Patterned co-ord suits FTW! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Jul 3, 2018 at 7:32am PDT 10. Those glasses though. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Nov 23, 2018 at 9:23pm PST
  14. Nyle DiMarco is the sort of person who has never let his disability hamper his life journey. The biggest proof of that? When the producers of 'America's Next Top Model' approached him, they had no idea that he is deaf. Nyle ended up being the only deaf person ever to have won the coveted contest in 2015, which is one of the toughest modelling contests in the world. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nyle DiMarco (@nyledimarco) on Apr 11, 2018 at 9:47am PDT Not only is he super accomplished as a model, but he is also a gifted dancer - the kind who went on to win 'Dancing With The Stars' the very next year, despite not being able to hear music, the mainstream way. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nyle DiMarco (@nyledimarco) on May 24, 2016 at 9:21pm PDT Nyle has a degree in Mathematics as well. Though he uses sign language to communicate, he is fluent in written English. He also uses lip reading and non-verbal communication in his daily life. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nyle DiMarco (@nyledimarco) on May 24, 2018 at 8:26am PDT In June 2016, he walked for Giorgio Armani at the Milan Fashion Week (Spring/Summer) 2017. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nyle DiMarco (@nyledimarco) on Feb 12, 2016 at 8:35am PST View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nyle DiMarco (@nyledimarco) on Oct 4, 2015 at 12:42pm PDT DiMarco was featured on DIVERSEability Magazine's 2017 Summer issue. He was also honoured as DEAF LIFE Magazine's "Deaf Person of the Year" (January 2017 issue). View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nyle DiMarco (@nyledimarco) on Dec 24, 2015 at 2:26pm PST View this post on Instagram BLUE A post shared by Nyle DiMarco (@nyledimarco) on May 10, 2017 at 8:12am PDT DiMarco started The Nyle DiMarco Foundation, a non-profit organization providing access to resources for deaf children and their families, in 2016. He maintains that he does not consider himself disabled by deafness and sees his media profile as an opportunity to bring awareness to Deaf culture. He views deafness as an advantage in modelling because he is accustomed to communicating without speaking. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nyle DiMarco (@nyledimarco) on Jul 1, 2018 at 11:18am PDT View this post on Instagram A post shared by Nyle DiMarco (@nyledimarco) on Oct 18, 2017 at 12:36pm PDT Here's to the creation of a better world where people are breaking barriers just like him, and doing their best. Kudos, Nyle!
  15. There are three types of 'gym bros': 1. Who never work on their legs 2. Who workout their legs but have questionable form. 3. Who just squat and call those who use the smith machine 'idiots'. First things first, the legs are very important if your goal is strength and looking good. Legs essentially carry your body weight and are very functional. It is as important to work on them as your biceps. Now, many bros think the smith machine is a waste of time because it removes the need for muscles that stabilize the body. Well, that's not true. The Smith machine can easily cover your entire lower body i.e. quads, hamstrings, glutes and calves. If you do not work on your legs and do not enjoy free weight exercises, do this workout pattern for a minimum of 12 weeks. It will increase your lower body strength if you be consistent. 1) Smith Machine Close Stance Squats You often don't perform a full range of motion when doing the traditional back squats, so this a great tool for you to do deep squats with proper complete reps. Set your feet inwards to your shoulder level and squat. 2) Smith Machine Romanian Deadlift Simply do this exercise, hip hinge and stretch your hamstrings. One of the ideal movements to grow your hamstring strength. Start with a light to moderate weight. 3) Smith Machine Hip Thrusts A strong butt can help you to squat more weights and can you give you an aesthetic look if your goal is to improve your body composition. In scientific studies, the hip thrusts have been shown the ideal exercise to grow your glute strength and force, when compared squats. Here is a tip: Don't arch your back when thrusting, keep your back neutral and don't hyperextend. 4) Smith Machine Standing Calf Raise The smith machine can be a helpful tool for your calves as it is easy to apply progressive overload here which over time can grow your calves. Here is a sample workout plan: Smith Machine Squats - 3 sets of 6-8 reps Smith Machine Romanian Deadlifts - 3 sets of 8-12 reps Smith Machine Hip Thrusts- 3 sets of 8-12 reps Smith Machine Calf Raises- 3 sets of 12-15+ reps I am pretty sure you will enjoy this workout and do it every time you have a lower body session. Author bio: Yashovardhan Singh is an online fitness coach with www.getsetgo.fitness, an online fitness platform. Along with lifting weights and building his physique, he is also a motorbike enthusiast, an animal lover. You can connect with him on Instagram or drop him an email on yashovardhan@getsetgo.fitness
  16. Love is supposed to empower us and make us a better version of ourselves. However, love turning into an obsession can turn one of life's most beautiful dreams into an everlasting nightmare. There are many faces of one-sided love, and we might have been witness to some ourselves. Be it Rahul from 'Darr' or Sunder from 'Raanjhanaa' obsessive lovers have existed both in real as well as reel-life. © Facebook But while the reel-life obsessive lovers make for strong topics of critique or discourse, experiencing this sort of insane obsession in real-life can make the very feeling of affection spread like acid within a person's heart, destroying every good feeling in its way, and make living life a thousand times more difficult. Such is the story of Laxmi Agarwal, who is one of India's most prominent faces of acid attack survivors, who was caught between the love and obsession of a young man, who lost sight of all reason and logic once he laid eyes on her. © Facebook Laxmi was just 15-years-old when her stalker Naeem Khan changed her life forever. Laxmi belonged to a middle-class family in Delhi and dreamt of making it big as a singer one day. But little did she know that Khan was getting obsessed with her with every passing day, and would soon propose marriage. But that is exactly how things unravelled, and Naeem confessed his love to Laxmi and asked her to marry him. Since Laxmi didn't feel the same way she rejected the proposal without realising the repercussions of being honest about her feelings. © Facebook Naeem continued to pursue Laxmi, and she kept turning down his advances. So in 2005, one day while Laxmi was headed to a bookshop in South Delhi, Naeem accompanied by two of his friends attacked Laxmi and poured acid over her face and body on Tughlaq Road. The next few months and years melted away in pain and suffering. While Laxmi lay on the road after getting attacked, nobody came forward to help here initially. It was only later when a taxi driver came forward and took her to Safdarjung Hospital. © Facebook For the next three months immediately after the attack, Laxmi underwent multiple surgeries. And over the years, Laxmi has reclaimed not only her life, but also made a difference in how our society sees and treats acid attack survivors. In 2006 she filed a PIL in the Supreme Court, seeking a complete ban on acid sale. In 2013, the court order implementation of restrictions on the sale of acid. She also became an active campaigner in the Stop Acid Attack movement. Moreover, Laxmi founded Stop Sale Acid, which is a campaign against acid violence and the sale of acid. She was recently awarded the International Women Empowerment Award 2019 for this campaign. In 2014 she was awarded the International Women of Courage award by US First Lady Michelle Obama. © Wikipedia She even fell in love with Stop Acid Attack co-founder Alok Dixit and gave birth to their daughter Pihu. However, they parted ways in the following years due to personal differences and today Laxmi is bringing up her daughter as a strong, single mother. Earlier today Deepika Padukone shared the first look of her upcoming film 'Chhapaak' which is based on Laxmi's real-life story. Deepika's character will be known as Malti in the film which is being directed by Meghna Gulzar. 'Chhapaak' goes on the floors today in New Delhi, and is set to release on 10th January 2020. © Facebook Laxmi's life may have been riddled with pain and struggles, but with every passing day, she is pushing through and giving hope to every other acid attack survivor in the country. She is an inspiration that faith and grit can help us overcome everything.
  17. The moment someone mentions Bollywood, the first thought that comes to our mind is the luxurious lifestyle of our beloved celebrities lead, the crazy fame and fan-following they enjoy and of course, the insane amount of money they earn per film. But, it's very rare when someone shows us the other side of the coin. A side which is dark and filled with thorns, miseries and struggles. Meet Savi Sidhu, whose story is a reflection of how unpredictable an actor's life can be. A man who was once an actor is now working as a security guard. © YouTube For most of us, Savi Sidhu might be a name we are hearing for the first time, but this man had once shared the screen with Akshay Kumar, Dimple Kapadia and Rishi Kapoor in 'Patiala House'. He has also worked in movies like 'Gulaal', 'Black Friday' and 'Bevakoofiyan'. He played Commissioner Samra in 'Black Friday'. But, today the man does not even have money to buy movie tickets. Now, Savi Sidhu is working as a security guard and a video featuring his life story was recently shared on YouTube. © YouTube The video begins with him talking about how Bollywood happened to him. "Anurag Kashyap mile, struggle karte karte toh mujhe Paanch mei liya, unki jo pehli film thi release nahi hui. Uske baad unhone mujhe 'Black Friday' mei liya, one of the main characters that is Commissioner Samra ka role kiya maine then unke sath maine 'Gulaal' bhi kari. Maine Yash Raj, Subhash ji ke sath, Nikhil Advani ke sath 'Patiala House' kari." While talking about his toughest phase, Sidhu who does a 12-hour shift as a security guard in a housing society said, "Sabse tough phase wo tha when I lost my wife". After that, he lost his father, mother and in-laws too. Eventually, he became alone, "akela hote hote alone". © YouTube Today he does not even have the money for bus tickets and watching a movie has become a distant dream for him. "Bohot filme miss kar raha hoon... dekhne ka mann karta hai par meri financial position aisi hai", he further added. Sidhu does not blame Bollywood for his struggle, "Kaam ki kabhi problem nahi hui. Mujhe hi chhodna pada ki mai nahi kar pa raha hoon. You know... it was like kya mere liye wait kar raha hai... yaha jaise logo ko kaam milta nahi aur mere pas itna kaam hai ki mai kaam nahi kar pa raha. Meri financial problems bhi badh gayi, health problems bhi badh gayi toh kaam khatam ho gaya." Although Sidhu might be going through one of the toughest times of his life, he is still hopeful that one day he is going to come back to Bollywood with a bang, and we hope that we get to see him on the big screen once more.
  18. When I think of a conscious lifestyle, I think of homegrown brands that give back to the environment and the society through their organic and natural products. Honestly, in a world where everything is mass-produced, these brands are a rarity, and a necessity. One such natural lifestyle brand that I recently came across on Qtrove.com was Urvija - a Kolkata-based label conceived out of the lush forests of Bengal, that stands for sustainable lifestyle while rebelling against excessive deforestation, adulterated food and chemical-infused beauty products. Brainchild of Sreela Pillai Roy, Urvija's journey from a handful of stores in 2016 to 40 stores across Kolkata in 2018 has been phenomenal. But what's even more phenomenal is the story behind the brand that started very casually over a cup of coffee and a YouTube channel which showed indiscriminate use of palm oil and how it was responsible for killing animals and deforestation of rainforests. The owners (Baibhab and Sreela) were determined to start a brand which does not use palm oil, forest timber or any other non-sustainable materials. So what goes into Urvija's handcrafted products? "Local resources coupled with premium range of herbal and floral extracts, imported from different regions. For instance, we get lavender essential oil from Kashmir valley and source berries from Leh. We also integrate non-forest timber products like madhuca, karaunj, forest flame flowers and sal seeds," says Sreela. Qtrove.com But that's not all what Urvija stands for. Over and above environmental preservation, the brand works extensively towards women empowerment in rural Bengal. "The manufacturing unit consists of all female workers from humble background. At Urvija unit, we trained them from scratch, turned them into skilled labourers, and now they are earning to support their families," adds Sreela. Qtrove.com For me, Urvija is one of the brands that has guided me towards sustainable living. Some of the natural products that stand out for me are the black grapes and honey face wash (that cleanses my skin without stripping it off its natural moisture. BUY HERE.), the rose-and-saffron beauty serum (that reduces my wrinkles, fine lines and improves my complexion. BUY HERE.) and of course, the mango lip balm with no artificial colour or flavour. Enriched with Vitamin E, this balm provides hydration to my otherwise chapped lips, around the year. BUY HERE. Qtrove.com Every Urvija product is painstakingly handmade to perfection. No automated or heavy machinery is used to manufacture the products. "We make the base of the soaps and creams and then gradually add the essential oils and various herbs. We do not add any artificial fragrance or harmful chemical like SLES, parabens and silicone oil to our products," explains Sreela. Qtrove.com Now that everything is said, you must be wondering how to get your hands on the amazing Urvija products. The answer is Qtrove.com, a website that understands the vision of organic and natural brands like Urvija and promotes sustainable lifestyle. Apart from beauty products, you can check out Qtrove.com for other categories like home decor, healthy beverages, eco-friendly fashion and a lot more.
  19. After the demise of fashion giant Karl Lagerfeld, all eyes are on his cat. The cat, a red-point Birman named 'Choupette', is all set to inherit a part of the designer's multi-million dollar fortune, that will probably make her the richest cat in the world. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Choupette Lagerfeld (@choupettesdiary) on Jul 11, 2018 at 5:41pm PDT Karl Lagerfeld, fashion visionary and the Creative Director of Chanel, passed away on 19th February, and his feline companion Choupette, whom he referred to as the heiress of his fortune, will inherit a part of it. Lagerfeld's net worth is an estimated 195 million dollars. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Choupette Lagerfeld (@choupettesdiary) on Jun 18, 2017 at 10:10am PDT Not that Choupette needs the money, because she already lives an extremely lavish life and also is sort of a social media celebrity herself, with thousands of followers on Instagram and Twitter. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Choupette Lagerfeld (@choupettesdiary) on Mar 1, 2017 at 9:11am PST Choupette already has earned more than 3 million dollars herself, by doing high end modelling gigs. Depending on how much more money she inherits, she might overtake 'Blackie' as the richest pussycat in the world. (The record for being the richest cat in the world is currently held by a cat named Blackie, who inherited 7 million pounds from his British owner in 1988.) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Choupette Lagerfeld (@choupettesdiary) on Jan 1, 2017 at 10:21am PST Guess you want to trade lives with her now? We do, too.
  20. What usually comes to your mind when you hear the word 'Doctor'? An elderly, pleasant looking gentleman with probably a paunch and kind eyes who either comforts you with his kind eyes or creeps the living daylights out of you with his evil grin (but that's the stuff from horror movies). Anyway, when that imagery is challenged by someone who even remotely falls outside of that category, they tend to leave a lasting impression. Especially, if they go right ahead and look like they stepped out of a model catalogue or the cast of Grey's Anatomy, they deserve to be applauded because hey, it takes a lot of effort to establish oneself as a doctor. Clearly, Dr Rodrigo Sapo has what it takes, and more. He looks like a muscled, bearded model who spends his waking hours in the gym instead of a hospital, and that doesn't even begin to describe what he looks like. Here are 10 pictures that shows why patients line up to get check-ups by him, even when they are not ill. 1. To begin with, a doctor who looks like that clearly has figured out how to live a healthy life. View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on Apr 13, 2018 at 10:05am PDT 2. Polka dots and stethoscope. Say what? View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on Dec 5, 2017 at 10:11am PST 3. Just sprinkle some salt and we've got Suniel Shetty's beard. View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on Jan 12, 2019 at 1:28pm PST 4. A doctor with that physique must be good for your health. View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on Feb 28, 2018 at 8:49pm PST 5. He doesn't shy away from wearing pink even at work. That a healthy mindset to have right there. View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on Jul 7, 2017 at 3:10pm PDT 6. Selfies are healthy for your self-image, especially when you're looking at a long day of 'werk'. View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on Apr 25, 2017 at 10:28am PDT 7. No matter how busy you are, gotta lift 'em weights! View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on Jun 6, 2017 at 4:17am PDT 8. Who said you can't be dressed formally and still look like you belong on a calendar? View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on May 4, 2018 at 8:25pm PDT 9. Summers need to be celebrated with the brightest colours and the biggest smiles. View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on May 24, 2018 at 3:59pm PDT 10. Impeccable grooming will always have your back, irrespective of what you do. View this post on Instagram A post shared by 𧿠Rodrigo Sapo â¡ï¸ð°ï¸ð¿ï¸ð (@rodsapo) on Nov 28, 2017 at 10:10am PST No wonder most of his patients suffer from weak knees.
  21. Owing his valuable contribution to Indian cricket, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has established a fanbase that is hard to beat for any other cricketer in the country. From fans invading the pitch to shake his hand to the crowd giving him a standing ovation every time he comes out to bat, there is no bigger crowd-puller than the former Indian captain. Thus, it's quite a no-brainer to anticipate the reactions of fans when it comes to meeting or getting some personal space with the Jharkhand cricketer. But, while the world continues to celebrate his genius and fans shadow his every move, a kid refused the opportunity to get up close and personal with Dhoni. During a charity match in Mumbai recently, the 37-year-old was spotted flaunting his football skills on the field. Following the match, Dhoni - staying true to his nature - took the time to greet the large crowd that had gathered at the venue to catch a glimpse of one of India's biggest sports icons. View this post on Instagram Lil kid says no to #msdhoni ð as is not in the mood. A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on Feb 19, 2019 at 3:17am PST As he made his way through the crowd, he stopped by for a kid and offered to pick him up in his arms. In a video that has since gone viral, Dhoni can be heard saying, "Aaogey?" before being turned down by the kid who began crying. While he couldn't do much with the kid, Dhoni will be looking to continue his fine form when Australia lock horns with India in two Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) and five One-Day Internationals (ODIs), slated to begin from 24th February. Considering the upcoming series will be India's last international assignment before the ICC World Cup in England and Wales, Dhoni will be eager to make the opportunity count and anchor the middle-order in the build up to the ICC spectacle beginning in May.
  22. We do not live in the same city and yet manage to spend more time together than couples living in the same zip code. We end up flying almost every weekend to see each other, either in Mumbai or Delhi. All other times, we meet directly at the holiday destination (not in the same city to travel together for a holiday, we just land up there separately). In our two-and-a-half-year-old relationship, we would have taken a combined total of at least 150 flights, visited 8 countries and many cities in India just to spend time with each other- Gaurang (c)Instagram While every couple strives the hardest to make a relationship work, there are a few who go an extra mile to make sure their relationship is nothing short of extraordinary. And the couples who usually do that have a tough situation at hand and they certainly work towards the odds, to perceive it as nothing less than spectacular. For us, every relationship does circumvent its way around to make it spectacular. If you've made it long enough and are true to each other, then why shouldn't you brag about it? I mean that, in the most non-cynical banter ever. Today, relationships are moulded out of uncertainty, where a 'right swipe' takes you far away from basic reality of a relationship which should ideally be working on strong will and a lot of determination. And if there are couples making it work through the thick and thin of everything, without using distractions as a tool to temporarily sabotage an equation, then they're definitely worth a mention. (c)Instagram Meet one such couple, who has realised the importance of sticking together, even though they have miles between them, in a generation that thinks working extra-hard on a dynamic is rather redundant and superfluous, with frivolity ruling the roost, of every heart, today. Here's introducing Gaurang and Saachi, who defy that theory fairly often. The two met through a common friend, back in 2011, when they were still in college and when Blackberry phones were the endgame for a lot of couples back then. The first interaction was, of course, exchanging BBM pins. We actually lived through the "BBM age" in 2011. We used to chat for 7-8 hours every day till it got to a point where we risked finger tendonitis. - Gaurang (c)Instagram Favourite Memory So Far Both of them have been bitten by the travel bug and have made their favourite memories together from their indulgences in different places. The first time Saachi proclaimed her feelings for Gaurang was in Goa and when they were spending time together. Right when the sun came out, she looked at Gaurang and asked him if he wanted to go out. Little did Gaurang realise she's asking him out and in his innocent spree, he agreed to go outside to soak up some sun and enjoy some breakfast. (c)Instagram From thereon, their memories were filtered to either ticket cancellations and re-bookings or checking out a new place together or even making travel plans for their next birthdays, Valentine's Day and various relationships milestones. Took me to Prague for my birthday. Flew in to Mumbai to surprise me on Valentine's day, Jodhpur for our 2 years and now we're planning to bring in our birthdays at Scotland and USA respectively, this year, because we need new memories!- Saachi (c)Instagram This Is How You Tackle Distance Both the 'wanderers' have been together for a long while now and have opted through various things in life to stay together. By that I mean, Saachi and Gaurang realised that being physically together in one place, even though their relationship doesn't allow it, is a bare essential and they've done everything in their power to overcome the distance they go through, everyday. Couples living away from each other, making each day count, and not letting suppositions rule their relationship with the obscure distance they have to deal with, are an inspiration in today's day and age and we're glad we can count on them flawlessly to teach us how to strive towards keeping something so fragile, alive. (c)Instagram Gaurang and Saachi going through months of not seeing each other is not just commendable, it's the strongest aspect that builds the fundamentals of their relationship. From dealing with insecurities to earning each other's trust over time, while away from each other, is the strongest reinforcement of belief and love. And believe it or not, their long-distance relationship works from one suitcase to another. They both love travelling and have made that an eventuality in keeping their love alive. (c)Instagram When they decided to date, it was on a trip to Goa they'd taken with a few friends and now, every time they establish a new milestone in their relationship, it's overlooking a new city skyline, amidst local food and an adequate yet brand new start to a very old equation. We decided to date each other on a trip with friends to Goa. Our first date was on the beach drinking wine - Saachi Since then, instead of visiting each other in the city they both reside, they book tickets and explore new cities and spend time together. It helps them regain the moments they've lost in time and travel through different places, making indispensible memories their unbreakable timeline for the future. It was Gaurang's idea initially to make their life a lot more convenient since Saachi had a job that made her shift her base from time to time. The couple first travelled to Jodhpur to spend some quality time together and then made it mandatory to pick a city of their choice to meet at, whenever time allowed them to. Honestly, if long distance relationships worked this way, distance would just be a meagre resolve, as couples would pay more heed to planning the next trip and figuring out an active itinerary rather than brood over how far they are from one another. (c)Instagram She's a consultant and travels every week, so I end up living that lifestyle vicariously. We've met each other at Prague, Portugal, Budapest, Finland, Thailand, Vietnam, USA and Dubai , as far as I can remember - Gaurang Long distance relationships should be listed under survivor tools, because you're diligently doing anything to keep them intact, in order to survive a relationship crash. It's tough for sure but there are many things you learn with this association such as patience, faith, and trust. Gaurang and Saachi have been stuck with a conundrum of following through with long distance and they've been doing a mighty good job of it so far, by travelling away their woes. (c)Instagram There is never a decree of 'heartbreak' between these two, when they leave each other's company to pursue their lives in different cities. Because they know they've tackled the severest relationship downfall and have made it alive, with a lot of sparkle and fun, intact. They have mastered the art of making holiday plans, seeing each other whenever the need arises and saving money diligently to do so successfully, until the day they're married! Honestly, I have been blessed with more than I deserve. - Gaurang (c)Instagram At the end of the day, relationships that are fundamentally stable, can withstand any test they're put through, even the test of time. To end this beautiful story, I can't stress enough on how some couples have to part temporarily on a good note and carry forth their association in different places. I personally admire couples who have immense faith in each other to work through the distance and make every day a reason to point at the map and say 'Let's make this work and have fun while doing so'.
  23. When Odisha based tea-seller Devarapalli Prakash Rao took it upon himself to change the lives of young kids by providing for the education of children of daily wage workers and rickshaw pullers besides many other slum children, by setting aside half of his monthly earnings for the purpose, never once did he imagine to find himself in the company of our Prime Minister, who would be all praise for the man, owing to his distinguished efforts in the field of affordable education in the country. So, when the Ministry of Home Affairs announced the list of Padma Awards for 2019, Devarapalli was in for a sweet surprise, since his name was listed amongst the 94 names that had been shortlisted for the Padma Shri award this year. © Twitter 59-year-old Devarapalli Prakash Rao has been spending a substantial part of his life and earnings for the betterment of a section of our society, which is unfortunately ignored otherwise. For the last 18 years, Rao has been educating slum children by paying for their education from his own pockets. But before setting this aside as “nothing too special”, we would like you to recall that Cuttack-based Rao, is a roadside tea-seller, who survives on a humble, daily earning. So, on Sunday when Prime Minister Narendra Modi couldn't stop gushing about all the wonderful things Rao has done, in his 44th edition of 'Mann Ki Baat', Devarapalli's life kind of came a full circle. Hailing Rao as the “guardian angel” of underprivileged kids, PM Modi shared how delighted he had been to meet Rao, who has been donating half of his daily earnings for the education and food for over 70 kids, over a span of 18 years, and changing the lives of innumerable children. © Twitter However, Rao's journey hasn't been an easy one. A school drop out himself, he set up 'Asha O Ashwasana' school in 2000. His motivation came from the discord he felt when he saw young kids in his neighbourhood giving in to the temptations of petty crimes and intoxication that alcohol promised. So, while Rao's father never bothered to take care of his education, Rao decided to do the needful for these young kids. After a lot of struggle, he managed to convince parents to send their children to his school, since most of these families couldn't afford to part with a working member, thereby giving up on a pair of hands that could earn. Today, with classes up to 3rd standard, Rao takes care of these kids' uniforms and books, besides a small midday meal that comprises of milk and biscuits. © Twitter Rao's story is one that tugs at our dormant conscience, reminding us that every small act of thoughtfulness counts, that every little effort could touch hundreds of lives and make them better if only we can spare the thought, time and resources to look beyond our personal challenges. Why? Because like D. Prakash Rao, happiness and contentment can be found in furthering and building others dreams and lives when our own becomes too much of a work to carry on with. Because didn't Albert Einstein once say that, “a life lived for others, is a life worthwhile” and Rao seems to have proved it true, through and through. Kudos to the man! © Twitter
  24. Mikhail "Mike" Varshavski, commonly known as Doctor Mike is a Russian-American celebrity doctor in Osteopathic medicine who works in New Jersey, just like any other regular doctor. Except he is not a regular doctor. His Instagram went viral in mid-2015 when a publication discovered him and praised him for his exceptionally good looks. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ðð«. ðð¢ð¤ð ððð«ð¬ð¡ðð¯ð¬ð¤ð¢ (@doctor.mike) on Dec 26, 2016 at 5:40pm PST Dr Mike reviews TV shows on medicine on his YouTube channel and busts all the bloopers and myths created by these shows. We're talking major shows like 'Grey's Anatomy', 'House', 'The Good Doctor' and 'Scrubs' to name a few. He's even been compared to the onscreen McDreamy and he broke that down in his video. Take a look. But apart from being great at his job, and making super informative videos, he also cleans up well. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ðð«. ðð¢ð¤ð ððð«ð¬ð¡ðð¯ð¬ð¤ð¢ (@doctor.mike) on Oct 9, 2018 at 1:52pm PDT The tiny details matter. Look the tie is neatle pinned and how well the shoes go with the outfit. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ðð«. ðð¢ð¤ð ððð«ð¬ð¡ðð¯ð¬ð¤ð¢ (@doctor.mike) on Jun 13, 2018 at 3:10pm PDT He can also get casuals right. The brown jacket works really well with the jeans. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ðð«. ðð¢ð¤ð ððð«ð¬ð¡ðð¯ð¬ð¤ð¢ (@doctor.mike) on Apr 19, 2018 at 7:22am PDT Yet another picture of him carrying formals really well. Dr Mike sure knows how to experiment with versatile fabrics and tones. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ðð«. ðð¢ð¤ð ððð«ð¬ð¡ðð¯ð¬ð¤ð¢ (@doctor.mike) on Feb 12, 2018 at 2:52pm PST A turtle neck with a black long coat is the best pair to fight brutal Winters. Trust us. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ðð«. ðð¢ð¤ð ððð«ð¬ð¡ðð¯ð¬ð¤ð¢ (@doctor.mike) on Dec 3, 2018 at 6:47am PST He also takes a keen interest in fashion. Who knew? View this post on Instagram A post shared by ðð«. ðð¢ð¤ð ððð«ð¬ð¡ðð¯ð¬ð¤ð¢ (@doctor.mike) on Jul 2, 2017 at 8:08am PDT A man who knows how to accessorize is a man who wins in life. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ðð«. ðð¢ð¤ð ððð«ð¬ð¡ðð¯ð¬ð¤ð¢ (@doctor.mike) on Jun 26, 2017 at 9:41am PDT At the end of the day, he looks incredible in his scrubs as much as outside of them in his snazzy outfits. No wonder the ladies are lining up with all sorts of illness and injuries just to fix an appointment with him.
  25. If an elderly gentleman with kind eyes and white hair comes to your mind every time you hear the word 'vet', you're about to be pleasantly surprised. Dr Evan Antin is a vet who is fashionable, fit (well, ripped), and looks exactly like Superman. He is the definitive doppelganger of the one and only Henry Cavill. Don't believe us? Here are 15 pictures and videos that will leave you speechless: 1. What is Superman doing in a doctor's coat, holding a puppy? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Dec 31, 2018 at 5:52pm PST 2. He has to wear scrubs most of the time, but he knows how to make them work. Blue on white checks FTW! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Dec 30, 2018 at 4:16pm PST 3. What can be more functional than the classic white T-shirt, blue jeans, and boots? (Accessorize with a puppy for best results.(Accessorize with a puppy for best results.) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Dec 18, 2018 at 4:03pm PST 4. Sometimes, he takes a break from work, and switches on his 'supermodel' mode. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Nov 21, 2018 at 11:05am PST 5. A black Henley is the best thing to wear for times you want to look classy as well as be cosy. (Even if you end up spending a fortune on dry-cleaning with all the furbabies around.) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Nov 14, 2018 at 5:16pm PST 6. You need a stylish yet super comfortable outfit when you plan on going for a jungle safari where you'll be tossed around by rhinos. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Dec 2, 2018 at 8:27pm PST 7. A brown T-shirt works the best with deep blue jeans and brown Chelsea boots. View this post on Instagram Made it! #córdoba #Spain A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Nov 16, 2018 at 12:31pm PST 8. Have you ever seen anyone make plain blue hospital scrubs look this good? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Aug 28, 2018 at 8:56pm PDT 9. Did someone say Khaki is boring? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Aug 13, 2018 at 7:18pm PDT 10. Feline awesomeness? Checked! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Jul 6, 2018 at 7:38pm PDT 11. Why did everyone stop wearing sleeveless sweaters with ties? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Jun 15, 2018 at 3:33pm PDT 12. Tone on tone never fails to impress. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on May 14, 2018 at 9:07pm PDT 13. No words here. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Apr 4, 2018 at 6:24pm PDT 14. As he puts it forward so eloquently, this look is soPIGsticated. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Mar 25, 2018 at 8:42pm PDT 15. Finally, the best suit is your birthday suit if you take care of it. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Evan Antin ðð£ðð±ðºð¢ðððð¿ð (@dr.evanantin) on Apr 3, 2018 at 9:01pm PDT
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