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  1. We're only six months into the year, but 2020 has already been quite an eventful year. From a possible World War 3 to a full-blown pandemic, we've seen it all. While we're still struggling to get out of a pandemic, it looks like there's already a new disease coming out of China. According to a new report, a city in Northern China sounded an alert after a suspected case of bubonic plague was reported. A level 3 warning of plague prevention and control came out of Bayannur, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The suspected case was reported by a hospital in Bayannur. © Reuters The warning period will apparently continue until the end of 2020. The local health authority has confirmed the case and said there's a risk of a human plague epidemic spreading in the city. This, by the way, wasn't the first suspected case of this newly reported plague. Earlier this month, two other adults were found to be affected. They both are brothers and they're being tested at two separate hospitals. The brother reportedly ate marmot meat. Marmot, for those of you who don't know, is a type of rodent. A total of 146 people, who they've been in contact with, have been isolated and are being treated at local hospitals. Bubonic plague is a bacterial disease that is spread by flies living on wild rodents such as marmots. It can kill an adult in less than 24 hours if not treated in time. Last year, a couple died in the western Mongolian province of Bayan-Ulgii after eating raw marmot meat. The researchers are now concerned about further mutation so that they can transfer from person to person. That's probably the worst thing that can happen while we're already battling a full-blown pandemic. People are obviously not happy about this whole situation that we're in. Here are some Twitter responses to this news about the new disease. No! I beg for mercy. I canât cope with any more such news... https://t.co/3CtrIrAVII â anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) July 5, 2020 True that Itne virus hum biology class me na padhe honge jitne ye log iss saal invent kar chuke he ð¤£ð¤£ â Appu (@Appu_Jr1) July 5, 2020 We wish everything happening in 2020 was 'Fake News' Please tell me it's fake news. â Asha (@iamAshaLatha) July 5, 2020 Let's not step out of the house only. @PMOIndia seal boarders till end of 2020 . â SVDragnov (@SDragnov) July 5, 2020 We really hope we're not looking at a serious disease here. Between COVID-19 and everything else happening in 2020, we really can't afford to have another crisis situation. Source: TOI View the full article
  2. There has been a lot of buzz about Jio's new teleconferencing app. But it's official now and it's available to download from both the Google Play Store as well as the App Store. It's indeed called JioMeet and it's here to compete with the likes of Zoom, Skype, Google Meet, and more. Anyway, to help you understand how the app works, we've compiled a short list of things to know about the app: 1. Up To 100 Participants © JioMeet JioMeet supports direct calls as well as group meetings with up to 100 participants in a call. It's super easy to either create a new meeting or just join an existing one with an invite code. It's very similar to how you'd join a meeting on, say, Zoom or Google Meet. 2. Free To Use JioMeet is completely free to use. The app is available to download for free from the Google Play Store as well as the App Store. Once you download that, you can create an unlimited number of meetings per day. These meetings can also be password protected and there are waiting rooms in the meeting too. 3. Easy To Use Interface © JioMeet JioMeet has an easy-to-use interface and we don't think you'll have any difficulty navigating around the app and using it. There are different tabs at the bottom of the app for each setting and the app isn't overly cluttered with options. You'll easily be able to find what you need. 4. Multi-Device Support JioMeet supports multi-device support, which means you can log in on up to 5 devices at the same time and switch between them seamlessly. You can even switch between the device while being on a call. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer 5. Safe Driving Mode & Other Features JioMeet also has a feature called Safe Driving Mode, which is pretty much self-explanatory. You also get other standard features like screen-sharing. If you want to use JioMeet on Windows and Mac, then you can simply use the web browser. View the full article
  3. There is nothing like a big fat Indian wedding. Desi shaadis are nothing short of an extravaganza in the garb of a union between two individuals and their families. A typical Indian wedding, for the most part, will have these following elements. Firstly, there would be a huge gathering! Expect at least three to four generations of family members to be in attendance apart from a whole bunch of excited friends and awkward colleagues. Next, desi weddings are loud AF all with live bands, fireworks and crackers as well as a DJ who seems to have sworn off his soul to fufa ji and plays just the kind of music which pushes all his buttons. © Outcry Entertainment This is followed by a fashion walk of sorts, where every attendee is trying to outdo the others, including the bride and the groom, when it comes dressing in glorious attires and showing off all the gold and precious gems they own. Then of course, there is THE feast where the norm is to have a three-course buffet meal which caters to every kind of palate, although taya ji will still find something to complain about in the menu. © Outcry Entertainment Thatâs a typical Indian wedding for you on a regular day. But, things have been anything but regular of late and all of this is now a thing of the past. At least for 2020, and if we are too unlucky, things might be no different in 2021 as well. With the coronavirus wreaking havoc in India, as well as globally, a lot has changed. But the one thing that will always remain a part of our lives are weddings. But that too had to undergo many modifications in order to make the whole affair suitable for the current circumstances. And no we arenât talking about the court or video call weddings, but a true blue desi wedding. © Outcry Entertainment With government restrictions on hosting weddings, many couples have either postponed their weddings or have been forced to get married under restrictions which call for physical distancing and a limited guestlist of not more than 50 people at the ceremony. A recent wedding in Mumbai gave us a glimpse of what big fat Indians weddings will probably look like in the times of coronavirus. Organised by a luxury wedding planning company named Outcry Entertainment, they managed to bring the coupleâs wishes to life without flouting any government rules. © Outcry Entertainment Hosted at The LaLit, Mumbai, the organizers ensured the safety of the guests without hampering the 'larger than life' aspect of the wedding. Ample safety measures were put in place and hygiene standards were maintained at the venue at all times. Every prop and surface was sanitized Talking about his wedding, groom Saurabh Shah said, âAiming at zero compromise at fun, wedding feels and excitement, they made this event happen with complete Covid safety norms. I got a mask that matched my sherwani with a shawl and a turban.â © Outcry Entertainment "This also looks like a beginning towards a new way of doing events and adapting to scenarios that no one has experienced before. Peopleâs wishes and need to move on with their life was a matter of great concern for me as Wedding Planner. Style statement and the luxurious feel of the weddings will never bow down to restrictions imposed because of Covid," believes Saurabh Chaudhary, Director of Outcry Entertainment. © Outcry Entertainment Given the current scenario and looking at the pictures from the event we agree with Saurabh that this might indeed be the new normal for Big Fat Indian weddings in the times to come. Itâs true that this looks nothing like the usual stuff and itâs all new, but there is no denying that this is the need of the hour and the best we can expect in a situation like ours. View the full article
  4. If youâre currently using the beta version of iOS 14 that Apple announced last week, thereâs a new feature that protects iPhone userâs privacy from apps. The feature will let you know whenever an app is tracking whichever text you have copied to your clipboard and Chinese social media giant TikTok was caught doing the same. The social media app was found recording whatever you are typing on your phone which could even include sensitive information like passwords. © Unsplash_Konkarampelas The app was previously found in April for tracking users with âinvasive practicesâ and promised to stop spying on its users but was still found doing the same this week. Appleâs iOS 14 now lets users know whenever an app is accessing sensitive material from your phone. For example, iOS 14 will also let users know with a notification if an app is using the camera or microphone. iOS 14 will show a dot-like notification at the top of the screen. Now that Apple has been found to be accessing copy-past information on iPhones, it can be accessed on other Apple devices since the information from the clipboard can be accessed across various Apple devices. Forbes stated in their article; if TikTok is active on an iPhone, the app can âread anything and everything you copy on another device: Passwords, work documents, sensitive emails, financial information.â (it's a beta, so I'm not complaining, just...observing in public) â Jeremy Burge (@jeremyburge) June 24, 2020 TikTok has responded to the finding and told Forbes the issue is âtriggered by a feature designed to identify repetitive, spammy behaviourâ, and that it has âalready submitted an updated version of the app to the App Store removing the anti-spam feature to eliminate any potential confusionâ. © Unsplash_KonKarampelas It is currently not known whether TikTok has access to the clipboard information on Android as well. It is alarming to see a social media is accessing sensitive information similar to a key logger on PCs. TikTok has not detailed whether the app tracks clipboard information for Android users as well. Source: Forbes View the full article
  5. Gal Gadot on Monday took to Instagram express excitement about her upcoming film
  6. Apple just wrapped up its annual WWDC event where it announced a lot of really cool software features. We have a new version of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and more, but for now, let's focus on the new iOS 14. Apple has given us our very first look at the latest version of iOS, the iOS 14. It's bringing the biggest change to the home screen in years with the launch of widgets. New Home Screen Customization & Widgets © Apple Yes, widgets were already a thing in iOS, but they're going to be more prominent now as you can bring them out to any of your home screen pages and customize them. They'll now live right alongside your apps and it kind of looks cool. Apple is also bringing the 'App Library' view that automatically organizes apps into groups and lists. This will basically do the work for you and automatically create folders for, say, Apple Arcade. It's also worth pointing out that Apple has also added a system-wide picture-in-picture mode. New Siri Features © Apple In iOS 14, Siri also has a new view. So instead of taking up your entire screen, Siri will now peek as a drop-down shade when you say "Hey Siri". This is great because you no longer have to leave what you were doing. Also, Siri can now send audio messages in addition to dictated messages. iMessage Is Getting Even Better © Apple In iOS 14, you'll be able to pin important conversations and contacts on top. Apple has also introduced threads inside group chat to make it easier to follow a particular conversation. And of course, Apple is also adding a lot of ways to customize your Memoji. App Clip © Apple If you know anything about Android's 'Instant Apps' then you'll already know what we're going to talk about. Apple's App Clip is essentially a speedy, card-based snippet of apps that let you access small parts of apps without having to download them. For instance, if you want to order something from the marketplace, then you can simply use App Clip and use the app instead of downloading the full app, which you'll probably never use again. Privacy FocusApple is also taking privacy very seriously and is adding a slew of new privacy features. There'll be a new dot in the top right corner to indicate that an app is using a microphone or camera. This is a great way to keep a tab on the apps that are misusing your permissions. Apps will also have to ask before they track you across other apps and websites. iOS 14 will be tested and made better over the summer, and it'll be made available with the new iPhones that come out in September. View the full article
  7. The virus is believed to have first appeared at a market that sold live animals in the central city of Wuhan
  8. India?s foreign ministry rejects Nepal?s new map, arguing that the addition of Indian territory is not based on historical fact or evidence
  9. Local authorities announce one new case with no recent travel history on Thursday, followed by two more cases on Friday
  10. Starting this week, most of us will be going back to life as we knew it before the COVID-19 era. This, despite the fact that almost for a week now, India has been getting just under 10,000 cases daily, and that India now has the 5th highest number of COVID-19 positive cases in the world. © Reuters Clearly, a lot of us feel that this is actually not the right time to lift the lockdown, and are anxious as we resume our ânormalâ lives. With that being said, it is also true that staying perpetually in a lockdown is certainly not the solution, especially given the fact that we have been under a lockdown now for almost 3 months. © Reuters A few countries, on the other hand, are declaring themselves to be COVID free. New Zealand, and Germany have really shown the world how to deal with a pandemic, with no new cases having been registered in the last week. New Zealand, in fact, has zero active cases now, which means that they are the first country to properly beat the novel coronavirus, and eradicate it from the country. © Reuters Clearly, we need to take some important lessons from them on public health. 1. Respecting Our Doctors & Paying Heed To Their Advice © BCCL The manner in which we stood in solidarity with the people at the frontline of fighting the pandemic was really commendable. However, we really failed our doctors and corona warriors in every other way. Heck, there were instances when people attacked health care workers who were testing people going door to door in certain areas. Furthermore, most of us have blatantly ignored what our health workers have advised us to do. 2. Lockdown Means An Actual Lockdown © Reuters If you come to think of it, the Lockdown, much like the legal system in India, was there only on papers. No matter how âstringentâ the lockdown was, in almost every neighbourhood, people were still going out for evening walks or stepping out of their homes unnecessarily. We never really had a properly implemented lockdown. New Zealand on the other hand, did implement a strict, 7-week lockdown, where everything, barring essential services were shut. 3. Social Distancing Means Something © ANI We know that in a densely populated country like ours, social distancing isnât easy. However, some basic things such as wearing a mask, or covering your face when youâre stepping out, is. Heck, we have seen n number of people wearing a mask just to cover their lips and leaving their nostrils exposed. And do not even get us started the number of incidents when some political leader took out a rally for XYZ reason and gathered people by the hundreds. This is further aggravated by the VIP culture that we have, where even a basic celebrity feels that they do not have to abide by the certain rules that have been set by common sense. 4. Investing In The Public Healthcare System © Reuters The current scenario in the National Capital, and for that matter, almost all of the country shows that we need to invest in our public healthcare system. And we do not mean that we need more doctors. We need more hospital beds and essential equipment, like ventilators. Furthermore, we need to have a healthcare system that is penetrative and has a far better reach. © Reuters Then, there was the entire fiasco that the migrant labourers had to go through. As commendable as it was, it shouldnât have to come to an actor to provide buses to take labourers back to their homes, especially, when we had the data on migrant workers. 5. Staying Cautious After The Fact © Reuters Even though New Zealand has zero active cases, and are going back to their normal lives this week, the people are conscious. In spite of the fact that they havenât had a positive test since the end of February, they are keeping their borders restricted, and arenât allowing unnecessary flights into the country. Even though restaurants, public transport, and a number of hospitality services are resuming, people are conscious and careful of what their responsibilities are. 6. Basic Cleanliness, And Not Littering © Reuters And finally, a sense of basic cleanliness has to be instilled. And we donât mean that we need more toilets, and better cleanliness initiatives, we already have a ton of that. What we really need is an intrinsic change. There are a ton of daft people, in villages as well as cities, who do not wash their hands properly after using the loo, (you know who you are, imbecile). Then there is the fascination that a lot of men have with creating red coloured graffitis on clean walls. As we start getting on with our lives, we need to be very cautious now, more than we have been. But if we keep our wits, we might just come out of this better. View the full article
  11. Nasser Hussain says that the teams would have no choice but to create their own atmosphere along with the new rules in place
  12. Pakistan reports most number of COVID-19 cases in a day after PM Imran announced yesterday that more sectors will be opened
  13. Our Verdict: A lockdown-worthy binge-fest (but itâs not for the faint-hearted). Revenge dramas set in the heartland are the winning genre of the season. But tread with caution because they arenât for everyone. MX Playerâs new Original Series Raktanchal is just what the trailer promised â a gripping and gory tale of vengeance. Set in the 1980s of Purvanchal, Uttar Pradesh, the show brings alive the tender wars that ruled the political power play. After the government back then decided to open lucrative projects for public bidding, it was no less than an unnerving war of tenders. The first episode âThe Bad Bloodâ introduces us to Waseem Khan, played by Nikitin Dheer, the mafia king of the tender war. With tenders rigged in his favour and money laundered right up to the top government official, he enjoyed unprecedented power in Purvanchal. That is until his well-oiled deal falls back with the entry of our anti-hero Vijay Singh, played by Kranti Prakash Jha. Driven by vengeance for his fatherâs death, Vijay Singh disrupts the tender chain and the result is bloody mayhem. Known for his negative role in Chennai Express, Nikitin Dheer fits the bill of Waseem Khan to the T. His cold and withering reel persona makes Waseem Khan one of the most feared gangsters. On the other hand, Kranti Prakash Jha aces the role of the underdog in this bloodbath. MX Player High on crime, drama, violence and crude language, the show is a sure-shot winner when it comes to the gangster genre. With new characters and plot twists introduced in almost every episode, the 9-episodic season one goes by in a flurry, leaving you on the edge of your couch wanting more. Director Ritam Srivastav cuts the long chase short with a fast-paced storyline. Raktanchal is also lead by a strong ensemble cast. From the calculative Pujari (played by Ravi Khanvilkar) to the reckless Sanki (player Vikram Kochhar), these characters extend significant support to the tale of Purvanchal. With violent plot twists and crude drama, Raktanchal makes for a quick lockdown watch. The show is available on MX Player and you can stream it for FREE with zero subscription! View the full article
  14. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is truly an exceptional athlete. Even at the age of 38, he continues to be amongst the fastest runners the Indian national cricket team has ever seen. However, after the unfortunate ending to the ICC World Cup 2019, in which he failed to close the New Zealand semi-final in the typical âMahiâ fashion, many believed that the days of the former cricketer hitting massive sixes on command are behind him and that younger cricketers should be brought in instead. The analogy could not get a definitive conclusion as ever since the World Cup debacle, the former Indian captain chose to not play for the Men in Blue in any international matches. Breaking "MS Dhoni extends his break till November, remains unavailable for Bangladesh T20Is" - Report pic.twitter.com/8D1RbsQlVD â DHONIsmâ¢ ï¸ (@DHONIism) September 22, 2019 Recently, an image of Dhoni sporting a white beard and roughed up hair appeared online and it was speculated that the wicket-keeper batsman had given up on playing the game on the biggest stage of them all (although, it sure feels like a bit of a stretch, considering the lockdown and how nobody wants to shave their beard). Dhoniâs mother, however, commented on his new look while talking to bdcrictime. "Yes, I have seen his new look but he's not that old,â she said. âNo child is ever old for any mother." Talking about the cricketerâs chances of getting picked in the Playing XI for the upcoming T20 World Cup in October, she said: "I am not sure about his playing the T20 World Cup. Let the Coronavirus be over first. He knows it best when to take a call." © Twitter - @HAIDARMSDIAN07 With sports being suspended indefinitely due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, cricket too has taken an impact. In the absence of the game, many experts have shared their opinions about the probability of the 2011 World Cup-winning skipper rejoining the team for the impending tournament. Former Indian chief selector Krishnamachari Srikkanth, for instance, told Star Sports: âI am not going to be diplomatic. I am talking about if I was the chairman of the selection committee, what would I do. If the IPL does not happen then his chances are very, very bleak,â. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@chennaiipl) On the other hand, Dhoniâs physiotherapist with the Chennai Super Kings, Tommy Simsek believed that the way in which he was working behind the stumps and with the bat, Dhoni was âdeterminedâ to play the shorter format World Cup later this year. âFirst time I saw him keep wickets in 10 years. That shows how determined he was to play in the T20 World Cup,â Simsek said in the Star Sports show Cricket Connected. With the entire world in isolation, everything has come to a sudden halt, everything but Dhoniâs age. The Indian Premier League was being considered an audition round for the former skipper to rejoin the team but now that even that has been suspended, the chances of watching Dhoni don the blue Number 7 jersey seems to be getting even slimmer. View the full article
  15. Mayor Bill de Blasio says there have been 38 cases of pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome detected in New York City
  16. It looks like China has attempted to mock the United States with a short video that says that the U.S did not pay heed to China's warnings amidst the coronavirus outbreak. On April 29, Chinaâs state-run news agency Xinhua posted an animated video on the internet, titled âOnce Upon a Virus.â In it, two mock figures representing the two countries exchange dialogue over coronavirus. The Chinese representation mocks Americaâs late response to the COVID-19 pandemic and also paints Chinaâs response in a flattering light, backed by seemingly reliable facts at the same time. The video has gone on to generate a lot of buzz on Twitter. Users started to call Chinaâs claims of warning âfakeâ and âmisleading.â Others also pointed out how this could be more damaging to China. Here's the video: Once Upon a Virus... pic.twitter.com/FY0svfEKc6 â Ambassade de Chine en France (@AmbassadeChine) April 30, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic first started from Wuhan in China inâDecember 2019 and rapidly spread across the world, affecting more than three million people and resulting in over 2,00,000 deaths so far. China has reported fewer cases and deaths that were previously even lesser, before they had randomly increased their figures by almost 50% overnight. Still, COVID-19 has worst impacted the United States, with the largest outbreak amongst other affected countries. People started calling it propaganda from China for image control since a lot of political leaders are clearly expressing their anger towards the country. False propaganda from the Chinese ambassador to France, whitewashing over its government's deceptions and mocking U.S. objections to its human rights abuses. RTing so folks can see the Chinese government lying in real time -- https://t.co/yg3MX5S5ud â Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) April 30, 2020 And posting counter-memes in response to the video. #ChinaLiedPeopleDied pic.twitter.com/tmZwbpOKvK â Jane (@Jane_Splaining) April 30, 2020 Along with catchy hashtags. pic.twitter.com/sAqr5Pzeme â NoLaws (@NickB_83) May 1, 2020 USâPresident Donald Trump has lashed out at China on multiple occasions during the daily press conferences on COVID-19. Donald Trump has also expressed that the trade deal with China is now of secondary importance to the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, he has also threatened China with new increased tariffs as his administration is in the process of drafting retaliatory measures in the post-pandemic world. View the full article
  17. Keir Starmer succumbed to pressure from the Indian lobby and said that Kashmir was a bilateral matter between Pakistan and India
  18. 'My message to the Jewish community, and all communities, is this simple: the time for warnings has passed,' says Mayor Bill de Blasio
  19. Wasim Khan assures that all male and female cricketers will receive their salaries in full despite the coronavirus pandemic
  20. Shehzad Hameed Ahmed wins awards in the categories of ?human rights? and ?human concerns?
  21. The deceased doctor ran the emergency department of New York-Presbyterian Allen Hospital in Manhattan, a facility that has seen a huge influx of COVID-19 patients
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