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  1. When it comes to Bollywood's 'Sultan' Salman Khan, everything needs to be larger than life, and away from the mainstream. But when you begin to wonder how that can be incorporated in every aspect of his life, Sallu Bhai will show you just how that can be done. Let's take for instance that one constant that has been a part of Salman's life throughout these years. That has to be his love for fitness and bodybuilding, right? And as if that's not all, every now and then Salman keeps giving us a glimpse of his fitness regimen which is nothing less than motivating. © Twitter Hours ago, Salman shared another such video which is motivating us to get onto the path of fitness. Donning his fitness gear and recorded in his gym, the video takes “leg day” to new heights. Check out this super cool video that Salman shared on his official Instagram feed and you will know what we mean. View this post on Instagram After experiencing the highs and lows my security has finally realised how secure they are wid me .. ha ha A post shared by Salman Khan (@beingsalmankhan) on Jun 17, 2019 at 10:33am PDT As you can see, for his leg workout, Salman can be seen lifting two of his heavyweight bodyguards instead of regular weights. If that isn't turning the beast mode on, we wonder what is! Salman captioned the video saying, “After experiencing the highs and lows my security has finally realised how secure they are wid me .. ha ha” © Facebook Not sure about his security personnel, but we are sure as hell impressed with Salman's strength. Let's take this video as all the inspiration we need to get on with our new year's resolution and get fit and ripped at the gym.
  2. It's a known fact that stress rules our lives. We're always stressed because of work, family issues, relationships not working out or anything else minor or major under the sun. It's like stress has become an inherent part of our lifestyle and there is no way to do away with it, unless, of course, there is a proper outlet to release it. © Pintrest More often than not, physical exercise is the best way to release any latent stress that's inbuilt. It's a tried and tested way to take out one's aggression, sadness or even anxiety and most youth, on a daily basis, are more oriented towards a healthy lifestyle with adequate physical work. Sometimes though, our work hours don't permit us to engage in physical exercises, by heading to the gym or joining any other activity and we learn to cut our losses and figure out another way to release stress. © BoxFit But New York City believes that you don't really need to join a gym or a boxing class to release your stress and they've got you covered to release every ounce of aggression you may have garnered through the day. How, you ask? Well, Manhattan district of New York have installed punching bags on the road for frustrated, stressed out commuters and it's certainly doing them a world of good. dtttww public punching bag at NYCxDESIGN from designboom on Vimeo. Many times, the city noises, pollution, traffic and crowd add to our stress and make us frustrated with the slow progression of city life. If you don't have an outlet to release it, New York has given you a fair chance to do so, without feeling guilty for anything! It's a perfect venting space, and you can punch that yellow bag, without being judged, as many times as you wish! This quirky initiative was launched by the Savannah, Georgia based studio called 'donttakethisthewrongway', and it was a part of the NYCxDESIGN or the New York Design Week 2019 and it was launched as a public initiative as catharsis, to release any pent up frustration and stress. © Pintrest View this post on Instagram A design concept for the public that explores designing common spaces for the frustrations we all face. Frustrations that go beyond designed systems and happen, well, because we are human. The public punching bag offers an outlet for these emotions as a means to maybe develop a healthier way to address personal and collective issues in a public setting. (may 15 -21, 2019) #nycdesignweek A post shared by donttakethisthewrongway (@studio_dtttww) on May 16, 2019 at 12:54pm PDT Now, you may wonder why am I talking about something that's happening halfway across the world. Well, maybe because we can, through this article, ask some likeminded people to initiate this form of catharsis for us, here! With the terrible pollution and the crowd, work stress and, of course, traffic, all over our cities, we need these punching bags to make our lives and lifestyles a bit more bearable. Of course, they should be installed in places where they can't be tampered with, like near office buildings. Since not everyone can afford a gym membership or boxing classes, these yellow boxing boards can come in handy quite majorly in the metropolitan cities of India and become a haven for a healthy outlet! Worth a thought, don't you think? © Pintrest For now, I am sure most New Yorkers are practising safe stress-release, by boxing their frustrations away!
  3. Sudan has seen a lot of turmoil and instability since June 2019, when the military first ousted the long-term ruling president Omar-Al-Bashir. It all started way back in December 2018, when the ruling president's government imposed emergency austerity methods in order to do away with an inevitable economic collapse. © BBC This led to a severe political crisis, which in turn made the security forces open fire on pro-democracy protestors in Khartoum. While the protest was peacefully handled, according to the New York Times, as many as 100 people have been killed and about 326 injured. At least 100 peaceful protesters were killed during a military crackdown in Sudan — now the country is at a standstill pic.twitter.com/AK0mPNkG8U — NowThis (@nowthisnews) 12 June 2019 The protestors are demanding a civilian-led interim government and since then, representatives of the protests have been in talks with the military, determining who takes control of authority. But the situation has bled for way too long now and according to the Central Committee of Sudan Doctors, at least 40 bodies were recovered from the river Nile. But How Did It All Begin? Well, the protests started in December 2018 to overthrow the President. Cuts were made to bread and fuel subsidies which sparked protests in the east over the standard of living and ultimately, they reached to the capital Khartoum. The protestors obviously demanded Bashir's government to be thrown out, who had been in power for 30 years. The protests finally reached a conclusion on April 6, when people occupied the square in front of the military headquarters and demanded that the army fight the president out of his rule. Almost 5 days later, the military announced the president was no longer in power. © BBC Women played a main role in the protests, with 22-year-old Alaa Saleh leading the group. Even though a woman was the face of the protestors, as many as 70 women were raped by the police and the paramilitary forces during an attack at the protest camp, while some protestors were shot at, on June 3rd. #SudanMassacre What is happening in Sudan? This is so bad. pic.twitter.com/fMvdiKlUB3 — jafar badi (@BadiJafar) 13 June 2019 So, Now Who Is In Charge? A council of generals took over on April 11 but there was a lot of struggle for the country to regain normalcy, in every sense of the word. The seven-member Transitional Military Council is led by Lt-Gen Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan and they insist they need to be in charge to bring everything back to normalcy again. But unfortunately, the army is not a unified force in the country and a lot of paramilitary organisations and Islamic militia have also taken up authority there. For now, the streets of Sudan are deserted with a complete Internet blackout in the country. The United Nations has condemned the attacks and The Human Rights Council has been called about to probe an inquiry into the Human Rights violations committed by the military in Sudan. Schools, hospitals and health centres in #Sudan have been targeted, looted and destroyed. Health workers have been attacked simply for doing their job. To save children's lives, the violence must stop. #ChildrenUnderAttack pic.twitter.com/A6VbGI6aGo — UNICEF (@UNICEF) 13 June 2019 Who Exactly Is The Opposition? Even though the economic collapse brought the Sudanese from all walks of life to the streets, the demonstration organisation was taken over by The Sudanese Professionals Association, a collaboration of doctors, lawyers and health workers. The protestors are local people across all age groups but most of them are young people, fighting for their rights. When the military finally took power in April, the protestors stood outside Military Headquarters demanding the authority to be given to a civilian administration. The civilian group of protestors and the ruling generals, who come under the umbrella group 'Alliance For Freedom and Change', eventually came to an agreement. © Twitter What Did They Agree On? Both the Civilian Administration and the Military decided on a three-year-transition period to civilian rule. An agreement was reached on May 15, 2019. The protestors claim that Bashir's regime is so deeply planted and implemented that a long transition is needed to completely uproot his political network and allow fair democratic elections again. The two sides also agreed on a new government, including a sovereign council, a cabinet and a legislative body. © Twitter But unfortunately, the military leaders didn't stick to their decisions and scrapped the agreements reached to set up a fresh elections mandate within nine months. The TMC head decided to stop negotiating with the Alliance For Freedom and Change and cancel whatever had been agreed on. In the wake of this fresh agreement, the pro-democracy leaders said they were cutting all contacts with the TMC and called for a 'total civil disobedience' and a general strike. While the strikes were called off on June 11, which almost brought Khartoum to a standstill, most African and Western countries have backed the protestors. Saudi Arabia has urged discussion on both sides but not condemned the military. © Twitter After the strikes have been pulled away, protest leaders are willing to resume power-sharing talks with the ruling military council. “The Alliance for Freedom and Change agreed to end the civil disobedience from today. Both sides have also agreed to resume talks soon." Mahmoud Drir, the official mediator made a statement about the situation. We just hope both the parties reach a common consensus and peace is restored in Sudan, especially in Khartoum, really soon.
  4. Yes, we know plastic is big 'No No' and a bigger issue than anything else right now. While the landfills are cluttered with heaps of plastic and cows are ingesting it and falling sick every day, we have to think of more probable solutions to reuse and recycle plastic, so that it doesn't assemble in places and cause more danger to our surroundings. But, even now, we fight with shop keepers to give us bags to carry our stuff in, and more often than not, the bags are obviously plastic! © Pinterest Canada, for that very reason, has developed a smart and funny way to get rid of this problem once and for all. While it's advisable to bring your own cloth bags for shopping, most people don't really bother with that and end up demanding plastic bags at most superstores. But this one superstore in Vancouver outdid most people who asked for plastic bags and we wish someone did the same here in India as well. We all know we need to cut down our use on plastic, but sometimes, we need a little nudge in the right direction, and here's what Canada is doing. The people who want to use plastic bags from the Independent Grocery store in East West Market, will get plastic bags with some really embarrassing things written on them, so the world can see what their plastic bag says while they carry it home! It's hilarious yet so important! © Pinterest The plastic bags say things like 'Into The Weird Adult Video Emporium' and 'The Colon Care Co-op', making it impossible for shoppers to carry around these plastic bags and opt for reusable bags instead or maybe carry their own shopping bags from home! "The message is, we should make a conscious effort to save our planet one step at a time, [Plastic bags] are a big problem, and every step helps." -David Lee Kwen, the owner of East West Market told an international publication. © Pinterest © Pinterest It's time we start campaigning against the use of plastic bags, because clearly there is an issue with the immense plastic usage in most cities and we will sooner than later pay the price for that. For now, let's hope someone catches on to this funny message and adopts something similar in most consumer stores around cities, so that consumers are compelled to use reusable plastic bags or something more sustainable.
  5. In what has proved to be one of the most exciting and competitive seasons, the 2018-19 edition of the UEFA Champions League is now poised for a scintillating finale as rampant Liverpool lock horns with spirited Tottenham Hotspur at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid on 1st June. Both Liverpool and Spurs turned around their deficits from the first-leg against Barcelona and Ajax to script memorable comebacks in the second-leg ties. While a Lucas Moura hat-trick proved to be Spurs saviour, braces by Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum got the Reds over the line. Going purely by form, Liverpool undoubtedly have an upper hand over Spurs and are rightly labelled as favourites to break their Champions League jinx this year. From boasting one of the best defenders in the world to deploying one of the most lethal attacking trio in Europe, Liverpool surely have it all. But, the most important ingredient in their title charge has been their pragmatic manager Jurgen Klopp. © Reuters Roped in after the sacking of Brendan Rodgers in 2015, Klopp has undeniably taken Liverpool to new heights in club football. From reaching the Champions League final last season to almost pipping Manchester City to the Premier League trophy this year, the impact and philosophy of the German tactician has been nothing short of sensational for the Reds. But, as the Anfield loyalists chase the dreams of European domination, Klopp's harrowing record in major finals poses a major cause of worry for Liverpool's title dreams. The last time Klopp won a major final as manager was with Borussia Dortmund in the 2012 German Cup final. But, since then, it has been downslide for the German. Going into this year's final, the Liverpool boss will be eager to end a six-match losing run in finals of major tournaments. Champions League Final (2013) After getting the better of Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid in the last four, Klopp powered Borussia Dortmund to the Champions League final as they aimed to become champions of Europe for a second time. But, their Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich had different plans for their old foes at Wembley. Mario Mandzukic opened the scoring in the 60th minute to put Bayern ahead. But Bayern's lead was nullified by Ilkay Gundogan who levelled the scoring for Dortmund with a clean penalty eight minutes later. The game went right down to the wire and it was Arjen Robben whose finish in 89th minute sealed a 2-1 win for Bayern and broke the hearts of Dortmund fans. German Cup Final (2014) Another season and another final for Klopp and Dortmund. But, just like last season, Dortmund and their manager were in for another heartbreak at the hands of Bayern, only this time it was Pep Guardiola in place of Jupp Heynckes. In a tight game that saw Bayern and Dortmund failing to break the deadlock in regulation time, the 2014 DFB-Pokal final reached extra time. With fatigue taking a toll on players from both sides, it all boiled down to will and hunger - something that tilted the tide in Bayern's favour. Arjen Robben got Bayern in front in 107th minute and it was Thomas Muller's finish (120+3') that sealed a 2-0 win for Guardiola's side. German Cup Final (2015) After seven years in charge, Klopp's tenure at Dortmund was finally coming to an end, but not before one last hurdle - the 2015 German Cup final. With Wolfsburg making their way into the 2015 DFB-Pokal final, Klopp must have been hoping for one last hurrah before travelling all the way to England to join Liverpool. But, contrary to popular perception, Klopp's misery at major finals continued as Wolfsburg stunned Dortmund with a 3-1 win to clinch the title. Dortmund got off to a roaring start as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang got them in front in the fifth minute, but the likes of Luiz Gustavo (22'), Kevin De Bruyne (33') and Bas Dost (38') ran riot and washed away the hopes of Klopp whose farewell was marred with a major defeat. League Cup Final (2016) Four months into his stint at Anfield, Klopp would've been eager to make amends for his 2013 Champions League final defeat at Wembley when Liverpool reached the League Cup final in 2016. But, another heartbreak awaited Klopp as the Reds geared up for a record 12th League Cup final. Taking on Manuel Pellegrini's Manchester City, Liverpool found themselves trailing early in the second half. Fernandinho opened the scoring for City with a low shot from a tight angle on the right side of the box, beating Simon Mignolet in the 49th minute. Raheem Sterling had a crucial chance to double the lead for City but his shot it wide. The 83rd minute brought the much-needed goal for Liverpool as Philippe Coutinho scored from 12 yards out. As the match finished 1-1, it all boiled down to the penalty shootout where City held their nerves to seal a 3-1 win. Europa League Final (2016) The same year presented an opportunity to Klopp to salvage some silverware when Liverpool reached the Europa League final. Three months after finishing runners-up in the League Cup, the Reds were hoping to get their hands around the Europa League trophy when they locked horns with Sevilla at St-Jakob Park in Basel. For a team that had brushed past Klopp's former team Borussia Dortmund with a 5-4 (on aggregate) win in the quarterfinals, Liverpool fans were confident that they will finally have something to cheer for. But, going by Klopp's record at major finals, there could've only been one outcome: another heartbreak. Despite taking the lead through Daniel Sturridge (35'), the Reds were outplayed by Sevilla - courtesy Kevin Gameiro (46') and Coke (64', 70') - in a 3-1 defeat. Champions League Final (2018) While Manchester City won the Premier League title with a record 100 points, Liverpool could only manage a fourth-place finish with 75 points for their showing in 2018. But, their fans weren't really concerned, after all, their team was vying for a bigger prize: Champions League trophy. On the back of consistent performances, Liverpool did reach the Champions League final but beating European giants of the might of Real Madrid was going to take some doing. In what began as a disastrous final, Liverpool lost star-striker Mohamed Salah to a nasty injury in the first-half. But, that was least of their worries. A massive blunder by goalkeeper Loris Karius saw Karim Benzema opening the scoring for Madrid in the 51st minute. While Sadio Mane found the equaliser in the 55th minute, twin strikes from Gareth Bale sealed the fate of Liverpool as Madrid romped to a 3-1 win.
  6. They say ideas come to life if there is team work involved and sometimes they become successful when work is done in tandem in order to build an idea that can change lives. We came across a couple, who've really challenged their intellect and established something wonderful, that can probably change the landscape of lateral thinking in India. © Akshar Forum Parmita Sarma and her husband Mazin Mukhtar in 2016 established Askhar Forum, a school in Assam run to serve the needs of children in poverty. The solemn goal of the school is to provide education that encourages children to take higher moralistic social stance and combat poverty and the effects it has in their own communities. The education here is very lateral and unconventional. The school focuses on the children enhancing their own creativity and learning things of social significance, to better the society at large. Apart from basic education, the school teaches children how to make a living, start a business, initiate development work in their own communities and work for the welfare of the environment. © Akshar Forum The school is certainly very different from any other government school, in its beliefs, applications and implications. Firstly, they fight child labour by using child labour. Which means, their older students, who've been with the school since a while teach and tutor the young ones and are there for them for any help that's required. The kids are also employed as social workers, and are paid based on their skills and knowledge. Their wages increase with teaching skill and empathy for younger students. Students are strongly incentivised to be caring and to behave like model students. "By teaching others, they learn how to teach themselves, and they can subsequently accelerate through their own self-paced curriculum. Also, by employing teens as teaching assistants, we can ensure young children receive daily one-on-one attention, the kind of attention privileged children get from their educated parents, private tutors, and private school teachers." - Mazin Mukhtar, founder. © Akshar Forum Although the school is entirely free and has been since they first started in 2016, they have developed a rather interesting campaign, for and with the kids. "We started our campus recycling centre last year, designed to employ at-risk teens so they can earn enough to not be compelled by their families to drop out, and serve their community at the same time. The kids did well, making "Eco-bricks" out of mostly non-recyclable plastic, but parents were not cooperating. They were not sending plastic, and they continued to burn plastic at home, for warmth, but mostly for convenience." © Akshar Forum So, instead these guys did something fun and tactical. They told the parents that the school is not free anymore and their fees is all the dry plastic waste from home! And guess what, plastic started coming in to school. The kids usually use the non-recyclable plastic from their homes to build 'eco-bricks'. The kids actually have to bring about 25 packets of waste per week. "The accounting is not very strict, and now families are in the habit of segregating plastic waste and sending it to school every couple of days. We figured, the school bus is already making rounds, might as well carry clean recyclables. Now we collect about 10,000 plastic packets per month. The teens make Eco-bricks which we use for small construction projects, like this small tree planter below, which uses about 200 bottles and 4,000 plastic packets." © Akshar Forum This is such a fantastic way to reduce waste and make good use of it through recyclable means. If our schools emphasised on these activities a bit more aggressively, city waste wouldn't be cluttering our landfills today. © Akshar Forum Although it's difficult to get kids to join the Askhar Forum, because most parents emphasise on earning a living than education and start forcing their kids aged 12-13 to find jobs. Akshar's model does help kids make a living. Kids earn INR 50 per day for teaching and another INR 50, after school for working in the recycling centre but that's not enough compared to what the kids make working at the stone quarry, which is easily around INR 200-300 per day. But even so, they convince the parents that their kids will be in good hands and learn a skill that can help them make a living in the future. "We tell them(parents)- Send your kids to our school, and yes, they will earn less -- for now. But their earnings will keep increasing month after month, year after year, as they learn more. But if you send them to the quarry, they will earn 200 rupees per day for the rest of their lives." © Akshar Forum For most parents this works, as parents think of the future, but some of them are happy sending their kids to the quarry to work and Akshar really can't do anything about that. But even so, Askhar Forum has always been different. It doesn't restrict students to follow a similar pattern of curriculum and helps guide them towards vocational skills, saving the environment and teaching techniques that help them become better human beings. © Akshar Forum Establishing such schools within our own cities should be the practical manifesto because most people take the environment for granted around where they live. Here the children are taught from scratch to be independent and self-sufficient and of course aware of how to be sustainably efficient. This small school in a village in Assam is bringing about heaps of change and it's definitely making a difference!
  7. For a team that upstaged the mighty Australians in the final to win the 1996 World Cup, Sri Lanka has, sadly, failed to follow it up at the major ICC events. The Lankan brigade came mighty close to securing their second World title in 2011, only to suffer a brutal heartbreak at the hands of Team India in the final. Since then, a lot has changed, but, sadly for Sri Lanka, not for the greater good. With their decorated cricketers calling time on their respective careers, needless to mention the deep infighting and disharmony, the Lankans have struggled for experience, with the young guns in desperate need for guidance and experience. Having lost the ODI and T20I series against England in October 2018, the Lankans were forced to endure whitewash defeats in New Zealand (3-0) and South Africa (5-0) which pretty much sums up their sorry state of affairs. Going into the World Cup, the Lankan fans will have bare minimum hopes (on realistic grounds) as this squad looks far from Arjuna Ranatunga's champion side from the 1996 edition. While getting their players acclimatised to the English conditions will be the first of the many hurdles they'll face, Sri Lanka will surely need the following players to step up big time if they intend to challenge stronger teams at the World Cup: Lasith Malinga © Reuters For a man who has 322 wickets in 218 ODIs, Lasith Malinga needs no introduction to seam bowling. The 35-year-old has been one of the impactful players for Sri Lanka over the years. And, going into the World Cup this year, the Lankans will desperately need the veteran to once again deliver the goods to pin down the opposition. Age might be catching up with the right-arm bowler, but Malinga's searing inswinging yorkers from his peculiar round-arm action are as destructive and distinctive as they were in the past. His cunning variations and lengths are one of the reasons why he still holds the record for most wickets in consecutive deliveries at the World Cup - something he achieved against South Africa at the 2007 edition. Angelo Mathews © Reuters One of the highly-rated players in the Lankan squad, Angelo Mathews has had his share of ups and downs in the recent past. In 2018, he was stripped of his captaincy owing to Sri Lanka's disastrous campaign at the 2018 Asia Cup. Since then, Mathews has claimed that he was made a "scapegoat" for his side's dismal show and continues to have his differences with coach Chandika Hathurusingha. But, despite his troubles, Mathews remains a vital cog in the Lankan set-up, especially at the coveted World Cup. His presence in the squad not only provides the much-needed solidarity to the otherwise brittle middle-order but also bolsters their bowling attack. Given his recent rifts with the management, Mathews should use the World Cup as an opportunity to reaffirm his credentials as a vital player. Dimuth Karunaratne © Reuters With Malinga struggling to keep the team together and Mathews unable to strike a chord with the team management, the Sri Lankan selectors were left with no choice but to appoint a total outsider - DimuthKarunaratne (coach Hobson's preferred choice) - as the captain of their World Cup side. Returning to ODI cricket after four years, Karunaratne began his captaincy stint on a positive note. During their ODI match against Scotland earlier this month, the left-hander led from the front scoring 77 runs in Sri Lanka's 35-run triumph (D/L) - a victory after eight straight defeats. He might not have been around as much as one would've liked, but Lanka will surely need Karunaratne's leadership skills to bolster their chances at the ICC mega event. Thisara Perera © Reuters Another veteran in the Lankan brigade, Thisara Perera has rediscovered his form to become a key player in recent times. While bowling is ostensibly Perera's major skill, often deployed in the middle-order, he is also capable of delivering furious finishes to an innings. Perera will need to deliver the goods with both bat and ball as an inexperienced side like Sri Lanka could surely use his all-round abilities to stay afloat in the tournament. Kusal Perera © Reuters Making his debut in 2013, Kusal Perera was immediately likened to batting great Sanath Jayasuriya for his style of play. Forging his career with aggression and reliability in equal parts, the left-handed batsman established himself as one of Sri Lanka's go-to openers in limited-overs cricket. Battling injuries in the recent past has surely affected Perera's form, but the strokeplay, the range of shots and the power-hitting style that he possesses will surely be crucial for Sri Lanka in England &Wales. Opening the innings, the Lankan fans will hope Perera rediscovers his form quickly to get them off to flying starts in the tournament.
  8. How often do you witness road safety hazards around you and do something about it in order to save lives? It could be asking someone to buckle up and wear their seat belt or their helmets, or forewarning someone about a dupatta that can create a mighty accident or even ask someone to slow down because they're going way beyond their speed limit. Whatever it is, road safety is a growing concern in most cities in India and it needs to be tackled immediately. © Instagram/Thrikkannan In India, more than 150,000 people are killed in road accidents each year and most of the cases are due to their own callousness. Either they are negligent while driving, or are doing something they're definitely not supposed to be doing, while they lose their lives. Fortunately, a young boy from Kerala understood the purpose and the volatility of this situation and decided to do something bigger and better to spread awareness about road safety in his state first, through photographs. Yes, you read that right. A 19-year-old photographer from Kerala has taken upon himself to spread awareness of how gruesome road accidents can be, through his photographs and people are actually taking adequate caution, thanks to him. © Instagram/Thrikkannan Hafiz Sanjeev, a student pursuing VFX and animation at an animation and visual effects institute in Kochi loves photography and has decided to use it as a means to create social awareness. We may hear and see a thousand campaigns on social awareness but if they do not impact us, we will seldom do much about them. Except of course if a visual medium is used creatively to determine a particular idea, we will pay attention to it, more than anything else, because we are visual beings and that's what Hafiz believes in as well. View this post on Instagram Full hand held shots ðð¼ ð¯ Story of my latest post ðð¤ . . For more follow me ð @thrikkannan . . . Special thanks bro @the_a_k_4_7 ð . . . . . In frame @anas.haneef @hasifsadar @the_a_k_4_7 . . . . . . . . . #thrikkannan ___________________________________ #teamcamholders #indianphotography #photooftheday #worldphotography #photography #photo #nikonpictures #canon #picoftheday #naturepics #ilovelandscapes #moodygrams #indiaphotoproject #f4fofficial #travel #vsco #instagood #naturephotography#photooftheday #landscape #landscapephotography #photoshop #model #streetphotography #wanderlust #visualambassadors #india #travel #vscoindia #vscokerala #moodygram_kerala A post shared by Muhammed Hafiz S (@thrikkannan) on May 12, 2019 at 8:36pm PDT We caught up with the young lad in an exclusive interview and he had a lot to say about this campaign! "Since childhood, I used to love capturing photos on my mobile phone. From class 10th, I started borrowing my friend's camera for photography... But after 12th my dream came true…my Pappa bought me my first camera. Now I'm 19 and I create frames from my point of view. I started observing small things happening in our daily life, that are simply ignored by people. I decided to capture those moments and show people how much that impact our daily life. And from this, I earned satisfaction to." View this post on Instagram à´à´°àµ നലàµà´²à´¤àµà´¨àµà´¨à´¾à´²àµà´à´³àµà´ à´àµà´µà´¨àµà´±àµ à´¤àµà´à´¿à´ªàµà´ªàµà´à´³à´¾à´£àµð stay safe ð . . . . . . . Special thanks @the__lonerider__ ð»ðð . . For more follow me ð@thrikkannan @hafiz_sajeev . . . . . . . In frame @anas.haneef @hasnappi ⤠. . . . . . . . #thrikkannan ___________________________________ #teamcamholders #indianphotography #photooftheday #worldphotography #photography #photo #nikonpictures #canon #picoftheday #naturepics #ilovelandscapes #moodygrams #indiaphotoproject #f4fofficial #travel #vsco #instagood #naturephotography#photooftheday #landscape #landscapephotography #photoshop #model #streetphotography #wanderlust #visualambassadors #india #travel #vscoindia #vscokerala #moodygram_kerala ____________________________________________ @moodygram_kerala @teamcamholders @moody_nature @naturegra @natures @moody_tones @_keralagram_ @moodygram_kerala @mobile__clickz @mobile__photography___ @mobile_clickzzz_kerala @kerala_godsowncountry @keralaphotos @wondering_kerala @visualmobs @globe_visuals @kerala360 @moody.film @vsco.kerala.co @vscoseries.co @lightroom.india @lightroommasters @lightroom_kerala_co A post shared by Muhammed Hafiz S (@thrikkannan) on Apr 7, 2019 at 4:30am PDT When it came to road safety, Hafiz felt very strongly about the topic. "According to the last year survey, there were around 40,000+ accidents and 4000+ deaths reported. This is the reason why I came up with this “road safety” campaign. When I was travelling on a bike with my friend, I met with a car accident, the driver opened the door carelessly. That day, I understood how necessary it is to make others aware about road safety " © Instagram/Thrikkannan He created an Instagram account with a catchy username 'Thrikkannan', meaning 'the third eye man', which was suggested to him by his girlfriend. Through this account, Hafiz shared his work on this campaign. "A flying dupatta is a 'small thing', but this very 'thing' has the potential of taking not just one life, but also many in the resultant accident. Another common practice that I'd observed was how people who'd parked their cars on the wrong side would open their doors with little regard to the flowing traffic behind them. Not only are they endangering their own lives, but their actions could also prove detrimental to the innocent riders". © Instagram/Thrikkannan The two people he worked closely with to give this campaign its meaning was his friend Anas, an aspiring actor and his sister Hasna who also loves to act. The pictures bring out an important emotional element, to depict how crucial and impactful this campaign really is and every little detail counts in order to practice safe measures. "My favourite photograph from this campaign is "scarf accident” because we invested a lot of efforts and hard work on it and the feedbacks were satisfying to". © Instagram/Thrikkannan Hafiz's campaign hit a popularity mark when it reached Instagram. Obviously, people loved the way he emoted topics of grave significance through emotionally portrayed photographs, that do make a difference. Hafiz plans to continue doing such socially relevant campaigns through photography, while pursuing his degree. Honestly, we need more kids like Hafiz who understand the relevance of the time we're living in and do something through creative means to make a significant difference in society. Here's wishing we see more such campaigns form this 19-year-old genius! Follow him on Instagram here
  9. The world of Netflix is an endless menu that never satiates our appetite. This week, in case you're looking for a little something to binge-watch that catches your fancy and keeps you interested, then allow us to recommend you 'Dead To Me', a dark comedy which depicts life in odd situations and is very real and raw in parts. The brilliant series stars Linda Candellini and Christina Applegate in the leads as Judy and Jen, respectively. The story is simple when you look at it. Jen is a widow who is frustrated with life after her husband Ted dies in a hit-and-run accident and she can't cope with dealing with life as a single mother and is looking for Ted's killer. Then comes Judy who is an over-enthusiastic, super optimistic and suspiciously sacchariferous to the eye. They eventually become friends and Judy helps Jen cope with the loss. It's neither a mush drama, nor is it a soppy soap opera. Together the two women learn to pick each other up and face life, one day at a time. However, there is a looming secret about Jen's dead husband Ted and another stomach-curling revelation which you find out in the first episode only, and that will change your perception about how you perceive the characters completely. People on the internet are absolutely loving it. I watched the first episode of #Deadtome on Netflix yesterday and IT GOT MEEEEEEEE. By the end of the episode was like pic.twitter.com/RlITJWuYJR — RAVEN B. (@RAVIEB) May 23, 2019 Also, Dead To Me, on Netflix is a fucking triumph. Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini are infinitely watchable, the show balances darkness and humor on the edge of a razor, and I am dying to see what happens next. If you haven't watched it yet, do it now — elan gale (@theyearofelan) May 22, 2019 Just started binge-watching #DeadToMe thinking it was a comedy. Then it's a dark comedy. Now it's a mystery?This show has me laughing on the edge of my seat. Also, I want to write down quotes to work into my real life. Is that wrong?#netflix https://t.co/bgcjqMKMN9 — eleni (@elenikoko2) May 25, 2019 The show is sometimes eerily real, so much that it makes you laugh and you kind of feel bad when you laugh on something you really shouldn't, because it will make you look at yourself and say 'that's me' and you won't feel great about it, but then you're only human. It also has a very 'YOU' vibe to it (another brilliant stalker drama on Netflix) and makes you think about who you can really trust. With 10 interesting episodes, this can be your weekend binge.
  10. The popular and intensely mind-boggling Netflix show 'Black Mirror' returns with its much-anticipated fifth season on June 5th, 2019, which is about less than a month away. Although we can't wait to watch what unfolds this season, we still remember the episodes that played with the very fabric of our minds, making us believe the future is rather experimentative, dark and intensely bleak! Technology would have skipped a million beats in the next few years and it's all being projected through this incredible semi-fictional show. © Netflix 'Black Mirror', for me has changed how I'd like to look at technology, the future, privacy and the world in a completely new way and as I look forward to the brand new season, I can't help but reminisce over some crazy episodes from the past seasons that actually made me go what the f***!! © Netflix So, I am going to lay out some of my favourite episodes from 'Black Mirror' and if you haven't seen them or have and don't remember, it's time to watch them again, obviously before June 5th. (1) White Bear © Netflix This episode literally blew my mind. It's literal because I couldn't really get over how unusual and twisted punishing someone for a crime can be, in the near future and, of course, while you're on that subject you can't help but think of implementing this form of punishment for all the rapists out there. Come on, I am sure you've had that debate after watching this episode! Or do you have no idea of what I am talking about? Watch the episode! Watch the trailer here (2) The Waldo Moment © Netflix I believe politics is a farce to keep people busy from contemplating absolute anarchy, and this episode of 'Black Mirror' is an absolute juxtaposition of political trends from across the globe. The episode revolves around a bawdy cartoon bear, who's standing up for elections against a permanently enraged political candidate. Oh, the mighty satires this episode delves into. It's absolutely fantastic! Watch the trailer here (3) Black Museum © Netflix This episode certainly made me cringe in all my elemental glory! I mean, it was gory, with a technological wonder attached to it. A young woman visits an isolated museum, which collects memorabilia from different techno-crimes in the past and happens to meet the proprietor who gets into unique details about the whys and hows of three intense crimes that took place in the past. Little does he know the girl has her own ulterior motives. This story definitely sent shivers down my spine. Watch the trailer here (4) Hated In The Nation © Netflix This is the final episode of the third season and it should actually be re-named 'eventuality'. There are homicide robotic bees, an internet serial killer on the run, who is programming these bees to attack people and, of course, a detective who outruns him, towards the end. Why are the bees robotic? You gotta see it to know it. Watch the trailer here (5) Nosedive © Netflix Nosedive is actually and basically the world we live in, but in the future. What I mean is, it's a story about how we see ourselves vs. how we'd do anything and everything for acceptance and validation. Everything depends on the ratings you get as a human being, which is actually picking up in some parts of the world currently, which means the future is almost here. I've put this episode in my top favourites because it's a hard-hitting reality which we will have to face sometime soon. Watch the trailer here (6) The Nation Anthem © Netflix The absolute dark side to life and technology, the first ever episode of 'Black Mirror' depicted absolute gutsy feels, as Charlie Brooker put a daring proposition of the Prime Minister having *** with a pig to free a fictional princess in captivity. The alarming thing about this episode is people's rapidly changing opinion through social outfits aka technology used in social references and something unthinkable entering the realms of acceptance. Watch the trailer here (7) White Christmas © Netflix This episode was a Christmas special for 2014 and it should've been titled 'Dark Christmas' rather! Two men find each other for company at a remote outpost and tell each other three intense tales, without letting out any secrets, until you figure there's a mega-twist towards the end. This one's a special one and you must watch it. Watch the trailer here While I have only put 7 of my favourite episodes, there are a few more worth a mention for sure. But I'll leave it up to you to decide what you feel should top the list. Subjectivity FTW! For now, I am banking on the 3 episodes in season 5 and can't wait to see what Charlie Brooker has in store for us next.
  11. While we've been waiting for winter in 'Game of Thrones', summer has pretty much reached a melting point at home. It's at a stage where we only step out in the sweltering heat for emergencies. And unfortunately, one of those emergencies includes going to work and being able to pay our bills. Stepping out in the sun, especially in your formal attire, is not an easy task. You don't want sweat patches on your shirt before you reach work or the cheap material of your shirt to create a stench no amount of deodorant would be able to help. That's where you need to play smart and create a new summer wardrobe of breathable fabrics like cotton and linen. To help you do just that, we've picked the must-haves from this year's Summer Collection at Arvind Stores. Add These Ready To Wear Light-Weight Shirts To Your Closet Made of cotton-viscose, these shirts are essential to your summer survival kit. Not only are the fabrics breathable, they also give you the confidence you need to make an impression at work. Available in radiant hues and textures, there are plenty of options to choose from. Arvind Stores Ditch The Denim For Chinos Don't even think about stepping out in your denim. Trust me, you'd want to go for the light-weight and super comfortable chinos instead. Not only are these dapper pants perfect for a brunch setting, but they also look good as formal wear. If you want to take it a notch higher, you can add their structured blazer (meant for the summer) to the look. Suit Up Without A Sweat If you want to make a solid impression this appraisal season or have to attend a wedding, there are plenty of summer suit options to choose from. You can either go for the Urban Solace suit that features a range of suits created from a blend of cotton and Tencel or opt for their Suit with Stretch options. Arvind's Suit with Stretch allows maximum motion and flexibility with breathable fabrics and minimal discomfort. Another option is their Dobby Suit collection. Made up of summer pastel shades and geometric patterns and texture, the Dobby Suit is something that can never go wrong. The Arvind Stores SS 19' collection is as versatile as it is comfortable. For those you who haven't checked it out yet, let me warn you that you'll never go back to your basics. They not only have summer ready-to-wear looks in every print and pattern, but also offer made-to-measure outfits. With their soft and skin-friendly fabrics, you can finally #LiveFree this summer.
  12. A trailer comes out, becomes a meme - everyone knows the drill. It's obviously expected when the movie has Salman Khan in the lead. People love to troll him and his movies and most of the time he makes it a little too easy. Remember 'Race 3'? But, this time when the trailer for 'Bharat' dropped, it wasn't Salman Khan that was the star of the memes, but Katrina Kaif who got that honour. She basically said only one dialogue in the entire trailer but one was more than enough. Katrina saying “Itna bhaari gyaan dene ki zarurat nahi hai” was honestly just waiting to be turned into a meme. Who knows if it was in the trailer just to get even more free publicity online? If that's the case, they've succeeded. Every blogger ever, right? #BharatTrailer Food blogger Friend: I ate crispy fried bread with a dollop of butter and mashed potato curry with mint Me : What's that? Friend : Pav Bhaji Me : pic.twitter.com/yit3wCXw0M — Sagar (@sagarcasm) April 22, 2019 Bad memories of RD Sharma are coming back. My reaction when I open my Mathematics books#BharatTrailer pic.twitter.com/DHKHklihJl — Shivam #MI ð (@iamshivam45RO) April 22, 2019 Guilty. When you write 2 pages For 2 marks answer Teacher : #BharatTrailer pic.twitter.com/2xgNJybUIv — Bohot Pyara ð (@Bohotpyara) April 22, 2019 Okay, Bhai was also bound to get something. Bhai bhai bhai#BharatTrailer pic.twitter.com/Qb4vm9R0XQ — aftabð®ð³ (@biryani_babu) April 22, 2019 Brutal. Katrina to acting #BharatTrailer pic.twitter.com/ShR7iLQzTZ — Safarnama (@Stupidthings29) April 22, 2019 Always. When a website asks you to read Terms and Conditions. #BharatTrailer pic.twitter.com/CYlh1Xidjn — Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) April 22, 2019 Wow. When you date a girl from Bangkok. #BharatTrailer pic.twitter.com/OVk1qzC6UL — Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) April 22, 2019 True. #BharatTrailer Chatur : A machine is any combination of bodies so connected that their relative motions are constrained, and by means of which force and motion may be transmitted and modified, as a screw and its nut, or a lever... Rancho : pic.twitter.com/DT7SAA5hzP — Sagar (@sagarcasm) April 22, 2019 Why are almost all of them related to school? Me after going through 5 pages of History textbook. #BharatTrailer pic.twitter.com/tcCRU45max — Pulkit Kochar (@kocharpulkit) April 22, 2019
  13. We live in strange times and weird things happen around us all the time. However, things become even more mind-boggling when stranger things begin to make sense. In 2016, we heard a Meerut based cleric report that his wife was threatening to commit suicide if he didn't shave off his beard. If you find that weird, then read this. A Times Now report has shared that a 23-year-old woman from Madhya Pradesh has filed for divorce from her husband, because her 25-year-old partner refused to shave and bathe for 7-8 days at a stretch. (c) Reliance Entertainment The couple married last year, and upon hearing their mutual plea, the Bhopal family court has asked them to live separately for six months before granting them a divorce decree. via GIPHY A court counsellor Shail Awasthi told PTI, “Women now-a-days are separating from their husband over petty issues. This woman, who hails from Barigarh near Bhopal, complained that her husband stinks and when she asks him to bathe, he wears perfume to beat the odour.” via GIPHY Well, that's something. And regardless of the absurd premise for seeking divorce, it kind of still makes sense. In a way, this is sort of a life lesson for men to take their personal grooming needs more seriously. As we can see, nowadays even grooming or lack of it can make or break the deal, and honestly no woman or man likes a stinking, shabby partner. So, we can't really blame this woman, can we?
  14. Somewhere down the line while growing up, our mindset got corrupted. We observed what we saw around us & heard what people around us talked about and made those things a general conception. And then, we started judging people, communities, religions, cities, and everything based on those conceptions. Following are a few of many such things which we're stereotyping about, knowingly or unknowingly: 1. Punjabis = Butter Chicken + Whiskey + Canada Let's admit it, we all think that Punjabis made of these three things. Or, Canada is made of Punjabis and the other two things. It might be true that the wealthy families of Punjab send their kids abroad and they might be foodies, but putting every Punjabi in that category is not fair. There are many who are vegetarians, don't drink, and are happily working in India. “Are you sure you're a Punjabi?” is what we ask when we come to know about a vegetarian teetotaller Punjabi! 2. I Talk Little English = Illiterate via GIPHY The country with 22 official languages judges people based on their command on English. The language, which is not even our first language! I am not saying it is not important to learn English, it definitely is, since most of our communication happens in this language. But it's not right to declare someone illiterate based on their command over it. 3. Tinder = Hook-ups via GIPHY Believe it or not, but there are people on the app who are looking for just friendship, or a serious relationship, or a hangout buddy. And they do find matches with the same interests. Let's settle it once and for all, Tinder is a platform where you can meet strangers with similar interests. From hook-ups to having children together, interests could be many! 4. Dilli Se Hai? = Behe*od via GIPHY As soon as people get to know that a person is from Delhi, they automatically assume that he (or she) must be an asshole. You have every right to judge, but only if they are being an asshole to you. Otherwise, treat them like you would treat any stranger from any city. 5. Engineers = Desperate and Socially Challenged Nerds via GIPHY “I usually don't go out with engineers, they don't know how to talk to a woman. You are different though." True story. I don't know why people have that perception. In a country where almost everyone is doing engineering first and then figuring out what to do next, this assumption covers the mass of the population. I don't see how people can relate a person's degree to his desperate nature. There are people who don't know how to talk to the opposite *** or who are socially challenged or who are desperate but tagging them based on their degree is plain wrong! I hope we all can move past these stereotypes and next time before judging a person, we at least try to get to know them. Though not judging them at all would be much better, that is, if you can do it.
  15. The fitness industry has always been dominated by fads and myths. Whenever people hear something new, they themselves start adding their own beliefs to it and which ultimately becomes a trend. The latest to join this trend is a Gluten-free diet. I am sure 5 years back hardly anyone of us had even heard this name, 'gluten sensitivity'. However, today you will find people discussing that they have eliminated all the gluten from their diet. They would argue that gluten is bad for their body and they have seen drastic results since they left consuming gluten foods. However, the only gain that I can see is for the people who manufacture the gluten-free products. Read on to know more. However, the aggressive marketing campaign of companies that produce gluten-free products and the general misconception amongst people has led to a time that even a healthy and fit person is choosing a gluten-free product to stay on the safer side. Suddenly, gluten is being portrayed as some kind of an enemy and that you need to stay away from gluten in general. Gluten & Gluten Intolerance Gluten is nothing but a naturally occurring protein found in wheat and wheat products. It is also used in baking as it helps the dough to rise and adds to the viscosity. If you look at the above statement, you must be wondering that "it doesn't sound like something bad to me then why people are afraid of it?" Well, in general, you don't have to be. Not more than one per cent of the world's population suffers from Gluten intolerance or celiac disease. © Getty Images People who suffer from gluten sensitivity cannot digest gluten and can get symptoms like diarrhoea, skin rashes, fatigue, headache etc. Now before you diagnose yourself of having a celiac disease by yourself, let me inform you that there is a test available in the labs and you can get yourself tested before you claim to be gluten sensitive. It is not a mosquito bite that you can diagnose on your own by looking at it. I've seen people diagnosing themselves of having gluten sensitivity because they suffer from poor digestion and constipation. Though the reason could be lack of enough fibre in their diet they still leave gluten. Not because they are gluten sensitive but more because its in trend and sounds cool to be on a gluten-free diet. The Gluten-Free Campaign If you notice, there hasn't been any significant rise in the population that suffers from gluten sensitivity statistically. The only significant rise I can see is in the profit margins of the companies that produce these gluten-free products. Since people are demanding more gluten-free products, these manufacturers are offering various varieties to meet the demand. Well, at least the genuine one per cent who actually suffer from celiac disease have surely benefitted from this as they now have more choices available to them when they visit a grocery store. All thanks to the people who are self-diagnosing their gluten sensitivity. © Getty Images Gluten-Free Products Majority of the gluten-free products contain some form of additives to have the same level of viscosity and taste. They are loaded with synthetic sugars or fats making them a bag full of extra calories. You just buy a product when you see the words 'Gluten-Free' in the bold. However, what you don't see is the extra additives that these products contain. For example, when you choose a gluten-free biscuit from a store, it might contain more number of calories than a regular biscuit that has gluten. Now if you aren't really a gluten sensitive person, it doesn't make any sense to spend more for a product that has unnecessary loaded calories with no extra benefit to your health. Be Smart Don't just follow the fads and trends blindly, that's all I am asking you to do. If someone says that he has given up gluten and seen drastic changes, he might be genuinely suffering from celiac disease. It doesn't mean that you too have to give up gluten to experience the same changes in your body. Every individual is different and so is the solution for the individual problem. Anuj Tyagi, author of this article, is a Certified Sports Nutritionist and Therapeutic Exercise Specialist from American Council on Exercise (ACE). Now an Online Health Coach, he is also a Chartered Accountant by education. You can connect with him through Instagram on:- https://www.instagram.com/sixpacktummy_anuj/
  16. 'Game Of Thrones' first premiered in April, 2011. In the beginning it was just another show adapted from a book series. Today, GOT has become a huge cultural phenomenon in itself. Not only has it garnered a massive global following, but also has a number of storylines intertwined, with the most deaths witnessed in a show ever with an approximate of 174,373 people lost in all GOT episodes in the past seven seasons according to the youtuber Razon Compilations. This number is speculated to double up this season. However, the seventh season was premiered almost two years ago leaving us on a cliffhanger after the impactful series finale. Questions like: Who will sit on the Iron Throne? Or will everyone die by the hands of the White Walkers? Who is Azor Ahai? Will Jon and Dany still have *** after realizing she's his aunt? Questions that have bothered and haunted us for so long. And now that we are ready to watch the final season of 'Game Of Thrones' on Hotstar every Monday 6.30 am starting April 15, it's only obvious we can hardly wait. So, here is a list of super important questions that we need answers to this season. 1. What Will Happen To Brienne And Tormund's Unfinished Story? © HBO While we admire Tormund Giantsbane for his grizzly red beard and unhinged passion for fighting and killing people, his attraction to Brienne in the last season of GOT has really made us invested in this situation. But, in the coming episodes of 'Game Of Thrones', will she get the knighthood she deserves or will she fall for the marriage narrative that restricts women? We'll only know in the coming days. 2. When Will The Army Of The Dead Reach Winterfell? © HBO It took eight seasons to characterize the background of the Winter and the impending doom for this civilisation. The army of the dead were approaching at an alarming speed by the end of the last season of GOT, but how long before they attack Winterfell and take everyone down? Or will they be defeated before? Which episode of Game Of Thrones do you think this will happen? 3. What Happens To Jon And Dany's Relationship Once They Find Out They're Related Through Blood? © HBO Will it be Bran or Sam, Jon's closest friend who breaks the news to Jon? Dany (https://www.mensxp.com/entertainment/news/51880-game-of-thrones-episode-1.html) might not mind the fact that she's Jon's aunt but she will mind if she finds out that Jon is next in line and not her. After Gilly's perusal of an old Archmaester's records, Sam has learned that Rhaegar's marriage to Elia was annulled and the Targaryen prince wed “someone else” in “a secret ceremony in Dorne. This means that Jon is Rhaegar's true-born son and legitimate heir and that is a major unresolved conflict waiting right there. 4. Dany's Dragons Are Fierce But How Do You Even Kill Ice Dragons? © HBO The Night King hurled his spear at Viserion and resurrected him as an ice dragon. Now, we all know killing white walkers is practically impossible. So, how do you get around killing a full-fledged ice dragon? Can mortal people bring Viserion down? Following wight logic, fire, drowning, Valyrian steel, and/or dragonglass could slay the undead beast. But we don't think this beast is going down without causing major damage. Expect major deaths because of it or at least that's what we think. 5. Is Literally Everything Bran's Fault? © HBO The cute little kid who climbed walls and dreamed of being a fierce warrior is long gone. The know-it-all-Bran is cold and indifferent to the world around. With his gifted vision, he can change past events. When he “visits” his father at the Tower of Joy, he calls out to Young Ned, and Ned looks around as if he hears the voice. When he warged into Hodor's body, his connection between the past and present, between Meera shouting “hold the door” and poor young Hodor's mind left an irreparable scar on Hodor which we could not forget. If Bran can manipulate things, what if he set off the chaos by driving Aerys to madness? Side note: Aerys could hear voices that told him to burn things. 6. Who Is The Promised Azor Ahai? © HBO Is it Dany like she assumes, or is it Jon with the whole dramatic unveiling of his birth in the last season or is it... wait for it... Tyrion? Tyrion has been consistently underestimated and is possibly a Targaryen himself. Think about it: he had “dragon dreams” as a kid, and he is the only person besides Daenerys and Jon who has been able to touch a dragon. There must be some logic to that, right? I mean why do the dragons like him and no other mortal to touch them? Joanna Lannister, Tyrion's mother, died on her deathbed and Tywin really hated Tyrion so much and for so long that if you recall his last words, “You're no son of mine" it does suggest that the probability of rape at the hands of the Mad King. What if he's the promised one and not Jon and Dany? So, what do you think? Are you as excited as us to find the answers to these questions at the earliest? Or are these questions too much to handle at the moment? Whatever it is, WE CANNOT WAIT.
  17. It's mostly said that one can never escape the long arms of the law, but if you ever try and run away from policeman Jadeep Singh, you won't be able to escape his long legs either! Yes, you read that right. Jagdeep Singh is the tallest policeman in the world and he stands tall at 7ft 6 inches! © Daily Mail Jagdeep is a traffic cop in Amritsar and also a little bit of a local celebrity. Well, of course you'll be a celebrity if you're in a town where you're literally looking down upon people. Jagdeep is so tall, that he got his uniform personally stitched for him and his shoes imported from outside India, as he wears 19 as his shoe size and of course Indian men have average sized feet, ahem. © BCCL Jagdeep has been in the police force for about two decades now and enjoys the attention he gets but also faces a lot of difficulties every now and then due to his height. © BCCL He was quoted by a popular publication saying: “I am very proud of being the tallest policeman in India. I am 7 feet 6 inches tall, I weigh around 190 kilograms and I feel very happy about it. I can't find shoes in my size in India. I have to order them from a different country". He also talked about other difficulties he faces with his clothing and basic life functions: “'There are a lot of problems in my life. I am not able to buy clothes of my size, I can't use a normal washroom. And I have to travel in my own car, I can't take a local bus or cab. They are too small for me. There were also problems in his love life while growing up. I wasn't able to find a girl of my height. Nobody was willing to marry me. People thought I was too tall.” © Pinterest Well, after longing for a partner Jagdeep finally found the love of his life, his wife Sukhbir Singh who is 5 ft 11 inches tall and trust me, that's tall enough to match her 7 ft 6 inches husband! Sukbhir was also quoted by a popular publication saying: “People come and take photos with us, it's great. I don't think there's anyone that's taller than him in India or the entire world,” © Indiatimes I am sure it's a moment of pride for Sukhbir who stands 'tall' by her husband's side, encouraging him to lead a normal yet fascinating life in Amritsar. The couple surely make a great pair and enjoy the celebrity status bestowed upon them in their town. © Pinterest While we think a 7ft 6 inch tall cop is what we need manning our city from crime and other bad things, we're more hopeful about the crime rate in Amrritsar dropping way down because of him. Jagdeep wishes to see his name in the Guinness Book of World Records so that he gains more popularity and we really hope his dream comes true someday!
  18. Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), a team which contains one of the best players in the world, but still couldn't win anything till now. Since the first edition of the Indian Premier League, RCB has been known for more of a one-man show and not a team effort, be it the squad of Anil Kumble, Daniel Vettori or now of Virat Kohli, there have always been one or two players who have played well while the rest of the team has struggled to find their form. With the trio of Ab De Villiers, Chris Gayle and Kohli coming together, many thought that this would surely bring them the trophy. But despite reaching the final twice in the presence of these icons, RCB could never manage to get their hands on the cup. © AP In the last season also, around 60 per cent runs were scored by Kohli and De Villiers, who despite scoring well for their team, couldn't get them past the finishing line. The same old story was repeated in yesterday's game where the men in red lost to the 'MI Paltans' only because no one else stood up for the team other than Kolhi and ABD. After Moeen Ali and Parthiv Patel failed to provide a stable start, Kohli came to the rescue of the team and scored a crucial 46 before getting caught on a well directed short ball by Jasprit Bumrah. Once he left, De Villiers took the charge, but the constant pressure of not getting out stopped him from playing his shots. Though he did manage to play the anchor innings of 67, he never got the support from the other end to wrap the game in their corner. © AP The only solution we can think of from this discussion, is that if RCB wants to get anywhere near the cup, then everyone in the team needs to start taking responsibility of their actions rather than putting the pressure on the main two to three players.
  19. It has not been even 10 days since the twelfth season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) began and already the rants about 'wrong decisions' or 'no calls' made by the on-field umpires are making the headlines almost every single day. Take Thursday's match between Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore and Rohit Sharma's as an example, during which two such instances took place. In the 18th over of the match, one of Jasprit Bumrah's deliveries was considered to be wide even when it was well within the lines. If some one says the last ball was no ball... Then show them this pic. Umpire calls this as WIDE ð¤ Punch vs Punch...#MIvsRCB pic.twitter.com/RIwF2CQgDq — Ïñdïäñ Ïsräël (@ISRAEL36110664) March 29, 2019 After the match, Sharma made sure to talk about it. .@ImRo45: The ball which Bumrah bowled in the penultimate over wasn't a wide-ball as well. I hope they (umpires) rectify their mistakes as we do.#OneFamily #CricketMeriJaan #MumbaiIndians #RCBvMI — Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) March 28, 2019 And then there was the 'no-call' on the final delivery of the game that caused RCB to lose it. Trailing by seven runs with just one ball to go, pacer Lasith Malinga bowled a 'no ball' by placing his foot over the crease but official S. Ravi failed to call it. On the other hand, these days almost every single appeal made by the players goes to the third umpire. From run outs to stumpings with even boundaries being reviewed at times, the right decision has to come from upstairs. The need for the players to have a right to challenge the umpires' decision was felt by the International Cricket Council and thus, the provision of Decision Review System (DRS) too came into existence in Test in 2008, ODI in 2009 and T20I in 2017. On the other hand, the reasons for keeping an on-field umpire have become weaker with more and more technological advancements being made and added to the game of cricket. The need to have a natural presence on the field to prevent fights and solve issues quickly are no more valid. Sure we have heard of technology like the hawkeye and snick-o-meter providing us with incorrect results, but when compared to the incorrect decisions made by the on-field umpires, the ratio is in favour of technology in massive ways. During a three-match series between Australia and the Windies in 2015 for example, it happened thrice that the on-field umpire's wrongful decision to give an out to the batsman was reversed after proper inspection by the third umpire following a DRS request. Former Australian cricketer Brett Lee had asked an extremely valid question back then that if the umpires had missed those three no-balls, what is the guarantee that they didn't miss many more that didn't result in wickets? In a tight game, such calls can be crucial. If there is a need to evolve the game to the next level, where the number of bad calls and errors are lesser than what it is right now, and the opportunity for every player to perform well must be equal, getting rid of the on-field umpires might as well be the final option.
  20. After the historical verdict that changed dialogue for all religious sentiment in the country, it's only inevitable that everything is depicted visually to tell us what really happened. The Ayodhya verdict came out in September 2010 and since its fair and riveting result, it made a big impact on the country, and a movie by the name of 'Ram Ki Janmbhoomi' will be releasing on the 29th of March, 2019. © Cine Craft Productions Sanoj Mishra's 'Ram Ki Janmbhoomi' will be dealing with the controversial issue of Ram Mandir and Halala. Although it is in full-swing to release this Friday, there was a plea that sought to stall the release of the film, before a bench headed by Justice S A Bobde. This is because the petitioner claimed the release of the movie will impair the ongoing mediation proceedings in the land dispute case. But the Supreme Court refused the plea altogether for stalling the film, saying there is no vital connection between the mediation proceedings and the release of the movie. “There is no connection between the mediation proceeding and the release of the movie,” said the bench as they listed the plea for hearing after two weeks. © Cine Craft Productions The Delhi High court also stated that people will have to be more tolerant, if freedom of speech and expression given under the constitution has to survive in this country. The high court made this observation when a plea was filed by Yakub Habeebuddin Tucy, who happens to be a self-proclaimed descendant of Bahadur Shah Zafar. He'd made the plea to stop the release of the film in question. On March 8th, the court ordered a formal mediation into the Ayodhya case, as a way to solve the 60-year-old Ramjanambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute. The case is not about property anymore but about how people feel about it and how they should heal from this age-old turmoil. © Twitter But we're glad the court sees positive sentiments where the dispute is concerned. For them to uphold freedom of speech and expression in the highest conduct is a great start to end the dispute through visual entertainment and we can't wait to watch the film post its release.
  21. It is Holi and while playing with colours, getting drenched in water and drinking some 'bhaang' might be your idea of Holi fun, the one crucial thing that can either kill the buzz or intoxicate everyone further is the music you play at your party, right? So, while you already know the clichéd Holi tracks, here are 10 mixes and songs you can add to keep the tempo pumping: 1. Guitar Sikhda- Jassie Gill has a way of creating songs which make you want to sing along and dance. 2. Jatt Da Muqabla- I am sorry but if Sidhu was not on your list, people can be offended. Also, 'Jatt da muqabla, dass maine kithey?' 3. Koka- For every girl with a shiny nose pin, this is your jam! 4. Dj Frenzy 2018 Mix- This man knows how to make perfect music, just like great cocktails. 5. DJ Frenzy Sidhu Moosewal Mix- Even Frenzy is a Sidhu fan, so trust me, this playlist will get all fans grooving in no time. 6. Saturday- It is a Thursday today but still a good day to dance on a 'Saturday' number! 7. The Bhangra Mix By DJ GSP- Just a wonderful Bhangra mix for every Punjabi dance lover. 8. Punjabi Mashup By DJ Harshal- Now that the beat has been caught, it would be a shame to switch to slow numbers right? 9. Roti - Pav Dharia speaking out for every mom-dad out there! 10. Sab Fade Jange- Parmish Verma makes it clear that whatever happens at this party, everyone will be caught! Hope you have a wonderful, colourful Holi guys!
  22. From patriarchal society to intersectional feminism, we are moving in the right direction. We have no right to treat anyone differently based on their gender. Women are as good as men, if not better. From homemakers to CEOs, they are proving their mettle in every field. Social causes like feminism have urged women to come out of their shell. Feminism isn't about what a woman 'should' do, it's about what a woman 'wants' to do. While some choose to stay at the house and make it a home, others choose to sit in a cabin and lead their company. And some, some choose to do both! Choice! That's what they should have. That is what everyone should have. These days, Indian women are making a choice to have a nuclear family. They're preferring to stay away from in-laws. While it must not be easy for the older generation to digest, let's see how it makes sense because of these two major reasons: · Interference The younger generation doesn't have any specific rules about 'it's a man's job'and 'it's a woman's job.' They live life in their own comforting way and do things at their own convenience and pace. The older generation, however, doesn't understand this concept. Most men don't work in the kitchen before marriage. Post marriage, when a mom sees her son making dinner after coming from the office, she is bound to assume that his wife is making him do this. It won't cross her mind that maybe her son is happily doing it. Modern men have come out of gender-specific roles. They are more than okay with being a helping hand in every aspect of the marriage. But the older generation is not always too comfortable with it. They just assume that since their son had to change his lifestyle, he might not be happy with how things are. So they have a 'talk' with the wife which leads to unnecessary quarrels. Parents (both the sides) shouldn't interfere in a marriage unless they are asked. It's about time they stop 'assuming' things just because their children have changed their lifestyle. · Freedom When a woman is at her home, she can sleep anytime, wake up any time, laze around all day, and do just nothing. The same thing continues (if) she moves in with her boyfriend. We, men, don't really care about any such stuff as long as both the partners are happy. But when after the marriage if the in-laws come to live with the couple, that freedom goes. No matter how cool the in-laws are, some discomfort and the pressure to 'behave' would always be there. Modern women don't understand sacrificing their freedom. And they aren't wrong. So they prefer to stay away. I am sure even a man won't be completely comfortable living with his in-laws. After marriage, these two things concern women the most. I am not blaming the older generation here. Because that is how they have seen the world. They were brought up in a gender-specific society. A society where each gender had to live in a certain way. But times are changing now. Gender doesn't really have a place is the modern relationship. It's all about comfort, compatibility, and love. And that is how it should be!
  23. Thanks to global warming, the temperature is still low and the cold winds continue to blow, so consequently, the "hoodie season" is far from over. The weather has been really unpredictable this year, with hailstorms and sunshine alternating from one day to the next. As Ned Stark warned us, “Winter is coming”. And it did come, but it doesn't look like it's going anywhere. Since hoodies make for a quintessential component of any winter wardrobe, it becomes vital that you stock your wardrobe with the best of the lot. But before you invest in a hooded t-shirt, there are three factors you should keep in mind: 1. The Fabric You Opt For: It is important that you choose the best fabric when buying any kind of apparel. Supima cotton is always the best of the lot, as it tends to be softer and stronger than other types of fabrics. The higher the percentage of Supima cotton, the better your product material is going to be. 2. Whether The Hood Is Adjustable Or Not: A hood with an adjustable drawstring helps you model it around your head and make it fit you perfectly, to protect you from bad weather. It's always better to have an adjustable hood, instead of one that might be either too loose or too tight. That's the key to buying the best hooded t-shirts for men. 3. The Amount Of Money You Are Willing To Splurge: Regardless of how good or appealing a product may appear to you, whether you buy it or not totally depends on how much you can afford to splurge at that time. Whether it's the end of the month and you're on a budget or the beginning of the month and it's #TreatYoSelf time, certain products will become more appealing to you than others. Fortunately for you, we've curated a list that covers all price points. So, for all the men out there who like to keep it casual and comfy, and keeping the above three factors in mind, we've got a list of 10 of the best hooded t-shirts for men out there, all of which will help you look your fashionable and stylish best. 1. The Souled Store's Bugs Bunny Hooded T-Shirt © The Souled Store For all those who want to get a heavy dose of nostalgia, here is a Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny Hooded T-Shirt from The Souled Store. The Souled Store has got an amazing collection of hooded t-shirts, if you'd like to check out more, including hooded t-shirts with a zipper, hooded t-shirts with kangaroo pockets, and hoodies featuring your favourite superhero prints. They also harbour a good reputation when it comes to the material they use, so you can rest assured about the quality of their products. Fabric Composition: Pure cotton MRP: Rs. 949 Buy it Here 2. Bewakoof's Mustard Yellow Hooded T-Shirt © Bewakoof This is mustard yellow fleece hoodie form Bewakoof should immediately find itself in your wardrobe. Look at that colour, it's probably going to help you create a fashion-forward ensemble without even trying too hard. Bewakoof is another portal from where you can get the coolest hoodies with premium fabric composition and quality prints, just like Souled Store. Bewakoof has also got both zipped hoodies, as well as solid variants. A great thing about this store is that they've always got new and exciting offers, along with a wide range of unique styles and colour combinations. Fabric Composition: Pure cotton MRP: Rs. 599 Buy it Here 3. H&M's White Hooded T-Shirt © H&M This is an uber-cool hooded t-shirt from H&M that is as stylish as it's comfortable. It's got a graphic print on the front, as well as a typography print on the sleeves. Its white colour gives it a fresh look, while the kangaroo pocket becomes an added advantage for people who don't have enough pockets on their jeans for the multiple things they are always carrying. This t-shirt's hood is adjustable and is decent-sized as well. While the price is a bit on the higher side, the quality of the fabric makes this a steal of a deal. Fabric Composition: 60% cotton and 40% polyester MRP: Rs. 1,999 Buy it Here 4. ASOS's New Look Hooded T-Shirt © ASOS For all the edgy and aesthetic men out there, this New Look hoodie with contrasting long sleeves from ASOS makes for an incredibly fashion-forward addition to your wardrobe. The colours in this hooded t-shirt are bright, yet very subtle, giving your ensemble an effortlessly stylish look without making you try too hard. While getting this hooded tee will require international shipping, you shouldn't fret much as ASOS's shipping charges aren't that high and they don't take many days to ship their products. Fabric Composition: 80% cotton and 20% polyester MRP: Rs. 2,157 (Including shipping charges) Buy it Here 5. Marvel's White Hooded T-Shirt © Cover It Up Hello MCU fandom, we've got you covered too! This official Marvel hoodie, which is made of pure cotton, is perfect for those who want to opt for a subtle and laid back look. It comes equipped with an adjustable hood and a kangaroo pocket, while the white colour makes the Marvel logo pop-up, giving it an appealing look. At its affordable price, there is no reason why any Marvel fan shouldn't be buying this hooded tee, especially with Avengers End Game right around the corner. Fabric Composition: Pure cotton MRP: Rs. 1,119 Buy it Here 6. Rick And Morty Mr. Meeseeks Black Hooded T-Shirt © Redwolf Whether you are a fan of the iconic show or not, this official Rick and Morty sweatshirt should be in your closet. After all, it's a black hooded t-shirt that will pretty much go with everything in your wardrobe, making it easier for you to layer it up and create a smart-casual ensemble. It also has a kangaroo pocket and a hood with an adjustable drawstring. The “Existence is Pain” slogan print, which I'm sure is something all of us can agree with, becomes an added bonus. In short, it won't be wrong to state that this is possibly one of the best hooded t-shirts for men that you could get your hands on. Fabric Composition: Pure cotton MRP: Rs. 899 Buy it Here 7. Hype's JUST HYPE Hooded T-Shirt © Just Hype If you're going out for a casual outing with your buddies, this makes for the perfect choice of attire. The neon orange makes for a nice bright colour, with the uber cool armband print only adding to its subtle (yet voguish) fashion appeal. While Hype is an international brand portal, they ship internationally (at reasonable shipping charges), which means you shouldn't think twice before checking out their collection. Fabric Composition: 65% cotton and 35% polyester MRP: Rs. 5,622 (Including shipping charges) Buy it Here 8. Wolfattire's Maroon Hooded T-Shirt © Wolfattire For all those who like sticking to the basics, this maroon coloured solid hooded t-shirt from Wolfattire makes for a great choice. You can wear this hooded t-shirt as it is, or you can pair it up with a blue/black denim jacket or a black leather jacket and washed jeans for an upgraded smart-casual look. The incredibly affordable price tag just becomes another reason to own this stylish tee. Fabric Composition: 80% cotton and 20% polyester MRP: Rs. 899 Buy it Here 9. Fort Collins's Placement Print Front-Zip Hoodie © Ajio Here we have a front-zipped hooded t-shirt by Fort Collins which will help you deftly make a distinct style statement. If you're someone whose stuff keeps falling out of their hoodie's pockets, then you'd be pleased to know that this hooded t-shirt comes with zipped pockets as well. Team it up with washed denims, or grey chinos, and you've got yourself a trendy look! Fabric Composition: 48% cotton and 52% polyester MRP: Rs. 1,013 Buy It Here 10. Flying Machine's Typographic Print Hoodie © Ajio Finally, we have this stylish hooded t-shirt from Flying Machine, one which features a typography print on the sleeves and the hood. One of the best hooded t-shirts for men out there, this black variant makes for a great buy if you want a dapper look. You can style this hooded t-shirt with just about anything from your wardrobe and it'll just spark up your entire outfit in an instant. It has an adjustable hood, inset pockets, and a zip closure. So if you're into fitted clothing and want to show off that you've been working out lately, today is a lucky day for you! Fabric Composition: 60% cotton and 40% polyester MRP: Rs. 1,999 Buy It Here
  24. Whether you are a casual health enthusiast, sportsperson, athlete, powerlifter or hardcore gym freak, you all know the importance of adequate protein in your daily diet. While the average person may not need as much protein as a sportsperson or hardcore gym freak, that doesn`t mean that they are getting optimal amounts of protein in their diet. © Thinkstock Images International society of sports nutrition recommends 1.4-2gm of protein per kg of bodyweight for athletes. This means 112gm -160gm of protein a day for a 80kg athlete. This requirement can go even higher depending on these things: 1. If someone is training hard frequently along with­­­­­­­ a job that requires much physical work. 2. If someone trying to lose fat without losing much muscle. 3. To improve body composition. 4. If someone using Steroids (PEDs). First priority to get all this protein should be from real foods which have complete amino acid profile such as chicken, mutton, lamb, fish, cheese, eggs or milk. People who are vegetarian are left with only limited options .On top of that if they have a busy lifestyle where they can`t eat as much solid food will have to rely on protein powder supplements. Another situation where reliance on protein powders (Whey isolate, Soy, Pea,Rice) may increase is when someone is suffering from “Lactose intolerance”. It is estimated that 60-70 % of Indians are lactose intolerant with south Indians being more affected (66.6%) than north Indians (27.4%). Lactose intolerance is a condition where the affected person is unable to digest a sugar called lactose present in Dairy products. As a result, affected person gets bloating, painful stomach cramps, gas or vomiting. While whey concentrate may have some amount of lactose present in it, whey isolate reduces it to much lower level which most people may get comfortable with. Even better option for people with lactose intolerance is using protein powders made from Soy, Pea, Rice or a blend of any of the three. They are again considered high quality proteins. -As a pure vegetarian who`s not using any Performance enhancing drugs, it becomes really challenging to get below 10% body fat without losing muscle mass. And any athlete who has worked hard day and night (with training and diet) to achieve that few pounds of muscle will not want to lose it very easily. Getting to extremely low body fat levels (Stage/photo-shoot condition) require calorie restriction and very little amount of carbs and fats in diet. However, most vegetarian high quality protein sources will also give you quite high amount of carbs and fats along with it, which is fine when you are maintaining or bulking but not ideal when cutting. © Thinkstock Images Every 3gm of protein from milk in 100ml will also give you 5-6gm of carbs with it. Now do the math of how much carbs you will be getting in order to complete 30gm of protein milk. The same amount of carbs you can better get from solid food when on a restrictive diet to remain full for longer. Similarly trying to get 18gm of protein from cheese will also give you 25gm of fat with it. While the same amount of protein you can get from casein protein scoop giving you almost negligible to 2gm of fat. People who are non vegetarians or eat eggs can do a cut/fat loss protocol quite easily since they can consume lean protein sources such as egg whites and chicken breast having no fat. The same can`t be said for pure vegetarians. I may get a little hate in comment section for promoting the usage of protein powders, but you ask yourself “Am I really promoting it or just showing you reality”? © Thinkstock Images Have a good day, folks! And stop thinking of protein powders as something taboo or associating it with steroids. Daman Singh is an internationally certified sports Nutritionist and an athlete competes in Strongman and powerlifting without the aid of Anabolics .He also runs a YouTube channel named :- SIKHSPACK and you can follow him on Instagram and trains Drug free population . References- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7234720
  25. Jim Sarbh undoubtedly has to be the quirkiest style icon we have seen in a while, and the best bit is, he is absolutely nonchalant about it. Right from pulling off gender-neutral clothing to hitting huge mainstream fashion sixers, this man is what we call a 'woke fashionista'. His delightful nonchalance just got reflected again, when he casually took an auto ride while going for a date - that too wearing the funkiest, most colourful shirt ever. © Viral Bhayani Now, it's not every day we get to see a celeb roaming around casually, taking a tour of the city in a rick, but it's Jim we're talking about, someone who's known for being a non-conformist, even in seemingly trivial daily occurrences like this one here. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani When it comes to his outfit, we're in love with the multicoloured extravaganza. The neon-bright shades of green, purple, and chrome are popping everywhere, and we take that as an extension of the whole IDGAF swag going on inside that rick. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Let's just say Jim clearly is as unorthodox (read, cool) as the clothes he wears. Nothing makes for a cooler date, tbh!
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