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  1. IPHRC says 'illegal' domicile law is "an attempt to alter demographic and geographic status of Indian-occupied Kashmir".
  2. Parent company Bodysphere Inc said it was working with government to deliver test ? for emergency use ? to frontlines
  3. McCallum's claim to fame was leading the response to the attempted murder of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal
  4. The images have been published by Daily Mail after Depp accused his former wife of cheating on him just a month in their marriage
  5. US stocks failed to hold onto early solid gains as state officials ordered non-essential businesses to close in New York City from Sunday evening
  6. Pakistan had earlier asked those coming into country to provide coronavirus test results
  7. This year has already been too much and we haven't even completed three months of 2020 yet. We're dealing with a global pandemic and people are basically quarantined in their houses. And, of course, this was the perfect time for our favourite cringey person to make a comeback. Dhinchak Pooja has released a new song and obviously it's about coronavirus and called Hoga Na Corona. Like always, people are trolling the f*ck out of her and I'm pretty sure she knows she can't sing but she just thrives on the attention, even if it's all negative. Well, at least she can have thousands of people talking about her and listening to her songs. People already think her song about coronavirus is actually way worse than the virus itself, which is pretty harsh, but I guess it is true. The impending April disaster came early. Dangerous things happening in 2020 1st : world war 3 2nd : Australia fire 3rd : Coronavirus 4th : dhinchak Pooja song on corona pic.twitter.com/nRGzkfoAW2 â Mukeshgta08 (@MukeshG04170126) March 19, 2020 Oops. Dhinchak Pooja Releases a song on Carona Le Carona : pic.twitter.com/xvQvl4qJqs â Anuj Manocha (@anujmanocha_) March 19, 2020 Isn't that a good thing? After listening to Dhinchak Pooja's "hoga na corona" Corona - pic.twitter.com/DrdzIV0Qtx â Sindhian (@vishy_vishal) March 19, 2020 One can hope. I hope yeh dekhne ke baad Corona apni bachi kuchi self respect bhi kho dega and must leave india #coronavirusindia #dhinchakpooja pic.twitter.com/deRLWIAt7e â fabsameer (@memeholicboy) March 19, 2020 And I oop. pic.twitter.com/KNhHQdynMq â Sir Chahal â (@Sirchahal) March 19, 2020 She'll be our saviour. DHINCHAK POOJA!! India's answer to CORONA!! ð¤©ð¤©ð¤©â¹ï¸ð¤¦ð»ââï¸ð¤¦ð»ââï¸ð¤¦ð»ââï¸ð¤¦ð»ââï¸ https://t.co/XIx1uxFS3s â serendipity always (@Abhi972) March 19, 2020 Please. After release dhinchak pooja new song Le corona virus :#coronavirusindia pic.twitter.com/vl60wHbRYa â shizuoka ka पड़à¥à¤¸à¥ ð®ð³ (@madprince0563) March 19, 2020 Hmm. When you survived after having the #Corona virus but later died due to listening #Dhinchakpooja single on corona virus pic.twitter.com/Vlu5AzUgZH â Achhaya Pathak (@frozen_parantha) March 19, 2020 Ouch. Deadly! I am not talking about the Virus https://t.co/U29gRAZ19S â maithun (@Being_Humor) March 19, 2020 I would rather die. Keep playing this song 24/7 in your home & corona can't enter https://t.co/fd1ZtwQeom â Neo (@hate_chemistry) March 19, 2020 Love it. class https://t.co/GZsh1GbGyd pic.twitter.com/k9nNngCAdQ â anushka (@anushkacx) March 19, 2020 That's a good thing. Safe to say I wonât be infected through my ears any longer. https://t.co/AbjqlHtA9Q â Ajinkya (@Ajinkya_ared) March 19, 2020 Yes, for sure! Just what the world needed https://t.co/gm5uftxeQm â BullBull (@DahiiBhalla) March 19, 2020 Sure is. Sis out here doing gods work https://t.co/3PSWNMI8lT â PD (@FakeWinger) March 19, 2020 View the full article
  8. Yesterday, Apple announced a couple of new additions to both its iPad as well as the MacBook family of products. The new iPad Pro comes with an optional new keyboard case with a trackpad. It's called the Magic keyboard and will cost you a ton of money. That said, the Magic Keyboard looks like a very promising piece of hardware that makes deciding between the iPad Pro and the new MacBook Air a lot harder. You're essentially looking at two similarly sized portable devices. And they both have a keyboard and a trackpad too if you buy the Magic Keyboard for the iPad. View the full article
  9. Harvey Weinstein, who turns 68 on Thursday, has stayed at New York's Rikers Island prison
  10. Apple just unveiled the latest iPad Pro that comes with new features that will change the way we use the tablet altogether. The new iPad Pro comes with new camera hardware and support for trackpads similar to MacBooks by the Cupertino giant. The new iPad Pro gets an additional ultra-wide camera lens and new mics for better call quality. It even comes with is own LiDAR scanner that is capable of giving better depth-sensing capabilities. It will be supported by pro photo and video apps for the iPad. © Apple In an upcoming iPadOS update, Apple will be extending support for a trackpad, bringing in a whole new way of using the iPad. It takes Apple one step closer to converting the iPad Pro into a credible replacement for a laptop. The trackpad will also support Multi-Touch gestures similar to MacBooks, making it easier for users to navigate and multitask on the iPad Pro. All of this will be possible, thanks to a new Magic Keyboard that has the trackpad in-built for using with the iPad Pro. The Magic Keyboard even has a backlit keyboard making it easier to type in dim environments. The new accessory will be available later this year in May. © Apple âThe new iPad Pro introduces advanced technologies never before available in mobile computing,â said Phil Schiller, Appleâs senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. âCombining the most advanced mobile display with powerful performance, pro cameras, pro audio, the breakthrough LiDAR Scanner and new Magic Keyboard with Trackpad, this is another huge leap forward for iPad. Thereâs no other device in the world like the new iPad Pro and we think our customers are going to love it.â âWeâre making iPad even more capable and versatile by bringing trackpad support to iPadOS,â said Craig Federighi, Appleâs senior vice president of Software Engineering. âWe carefully considered the best way to integrate trackpad use into a touch-first environment while retaining everything our customers know and love about the iPad. Weâre thrilled to bring this new way of interacting with iPad to the millions of people using iPadOS today.â © Apple The new iPad Pro will be powered by appleâs A12Z Bionic chip to make it the most powerful tablet ever. It has an eight-core GPU capable of delivering console-level graphics in games and an improved thermal architecture to prevent throttling. It is also capable of editing 4K videos and 3D models for graphic designers and animators. Also, it can last up to 10 hours on a single charge, now. The display on the new iPad Pro will be somewhat similar to its predecessor as it will be available in both 11 and 12.9-inches. The display has a refresh rate of 120Hz and will automatically adjust depending on your activity. © Apple The new LiDAR scanner is a new addition to the camera module that will users measure objects up to 5m away. It works in both outdoor and indoor environments. The new scanner promises to deliver a new way to experience augmented reality as it uses data from both the cameras and motion sensors. The new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be available in silver and space grey colours and will start from Rs 71900 for the Wi-Fi model and Rs 85900 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro will start from Rs 89900 for the Wi-Fi model and Rs 103900 for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model. Both iPad Pro models are expected to be available soon in India. The Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro will be available for purchase in May for Rs 27900 for the 11-inch iPad Pro and Rs 31900 for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. View the full article
  11. The novel coronavirus can survive on some surfaces for days or in the air for several hours, say experts
  12. At this point, I can guarantee the entire world will agree on one thing for sure: © Twitter Nothing that has happened this year makes sense. Almost war? Kobe Bryant's death? A virus that may or may not wipe out a huge chunk of the population? Literally every month of 2020 has brought on a new disaster or tragedy. This has already officially become the worst year ever and we haven't even completed three months yet. There's just this sense of impending doom that has settled into everyone's minds and it's pretty scary. Going by the 2020 pattern, it looks like we're about to face a new horror next month and honestly, I'm pretty sure no one would be even surprised at this point. But, that doesn't stop people from guessing what the next big thing will be. Aliens? Maybe zombies? Could be anything, tbh. Here are some predictions. Anyone wants to place bets as to who will win? "2020 sucks! It can't possibly get any worse" April: pic.twitter.com/jYj7uM0gw8 â secretlyyourfather (@despawnedfather) March 16, 2020 Yep. me: 2020 sucks it possibly canât get worse april: pic.twitter.com/z67Dt84xIC â halil (@astateofhalil) March 15, 2020 src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"> One, two, three. Alright on 3, everybody cough towards the sky... â B (@BeanieBelles) March 16, 2020 I don't get this. Jan 2020: >Possible War Feb 2020: >Kobeâs Passing March 2020: >Corona Virus April 2020: pic.twitter.com/VwaQGa3Q3c â 7CG/BSC | Black Yoshi (@BlackYoshiSSB) March 16, 2020 Okay then. Thereâs no way 2020 can get worse April : pic.twitter.com/HtkCa699gI â ryan xavier (@rxmfh0) March 16, 2020 That would be terrifying. Me: 2020 sucks there is no way it can get any worse April: pic.twitter.com/kxXxDv0yfw â Jack Kubly (@bonkers4memes) March 16, 2020 Best case scenario. you and your man on vacation in April of 2020 pic.twitter.com/NPcavQMmLw â Nicole Lopez-Alvar (@nicolelovar) March 16, 2020 Spoiler warning. April 2020 spoilers pic.twitter.com/fj4t0lDtFE â LIANARI |7|á¢áá áááá|ia| jimin did you eat lobiani? (@softsallywalker) March 16, 2020 What is this gif? pic.twitter.com/HVy4V2guTV â Hector (@Hexgizzle) March 15, 2020 Definitely. April Fool's is canceled this year because no made up prank can out-do the prank that is 2020. â Keiko ð¯ð² (@GolferGirl305) March 14, 2020 View the full article
  13. Itâs certainly looking like a busy, bittersweet week ahead for ex-Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi. This Monday, he was nominated for a seat at the Rajya Sabha by none other than President Ram Nath Kovind - amidst widespread accusations of partisanship hurled from opposition politicians and media platforms. © Reuters; Police detain protestors in May 2019, who had assembled to demonstrate after a sexual harassment allegation against Gogoi was dismissed by a chair headed by Justice Bobde, who succeeded Gogoi as Chief Justice. Itâs a symbolic move in more ways than one. President Kovind had been a practicing lawyer for 16 years before entering politics, and had his own 1994-2006 stint in the Rajya Sabha. Concurrently, Gogoi took a slightly different path, forging a 42-year long career through the trenches of Indiaâs courtrooms. Here are a few details that most donât know about the 46th Chief Justice. Royal Lineage © DNA India Looks like the legacy goes even further back than Ranjan Gogoi himself. On his maternal side, the judge can trace his lineage back to Prandar Singha, the last king of the Ahom kingdom of Assam. The dynasty itself is incredibly old, dating back to the early 1200s - it lasted for over 600 years before collapsing under festering internal politics, attacks from Burmese invaders and finally, fell into British rule in 1826. Almost A Soldier © Assam Times In a 2018 interview with The Times Of India, Ranjan Gogoiâs elder brother Anjan Kumar Gogoi opened up about his childhood with the ex-CJI. Narrating a particular episode from their youth, he displayed a penchant for mischievousness that might have ended up changing his brotherâs life. âWe both were selected to join Sainik School Goalpara (A top-quality military boarding school) but our father said that only one of us could go and asked to decide for ourselves who would stay back. We decided to toss a coin, and being naughty, I used the famous line, heads I win, tails you lose. I won. Maybe had he gone to the Sainik School, he could have achieved greater heights than meâ¦he was far better in studies than me.â While Ranjan was destined for law, Anjan went on to become an IAF fighter pilot, retiring from the air force as an Air Marshall. The Honest Brother © Assam Times Despite his recent allegations, ex-Justice Gogoi had strong roots in honesty, according to his elder brother. âYou canât possibly predict what can happen to you in the future but one thing I can tell as an elder brother that since childhood he (Justice Gogoi) showed indications that he treads only on the right path. I still remember when playing a game of marble, I, as the elder brother and somewhat naughty, tried to cheat. He would always challenge my game and tell me not to break the rules. From the very beginning, he always followed the right path and rules. When he took up law, I knew he would make a good lawyer, who would not take any false case just for the sake of practicing law. When he became a judge, I knew he would be a good judge,â the ex-fighter pilot said. A Student With Something To Prove © Wikimedia Later on in his youth, Gogoi would be given an ultimatum by his father, Kesab Chandra Gogoi who was a politician himself - to crack the UPSC examinations. Putting aside his latent interest in law and history, Gogoi reinforced his reputation as a keen academic by cracking the UPSC exam and on presenting his father with the results, politely said that he would rather prefer to become an advocate instead. Soon, he graduated with honors in history from St. Stephenâs college, before earning his law degree from Delhi University. Career As A Lawyer © Wikimedia Gogoiâs introduction to advocacy began in 1978, when he passed the bar and began to practice at the Gauhati High Court. After 23 years, he was made a permanent Judge of the same, and then appointed to the Punjab and Haryana High Courts in 2010 by then-President Pratibha Patil. He quickly rose to the position of Chief Justice there, and by 2012 was appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court. Six years later in 2018, he would succeed Dipak Misra as the Chief Justice of India. Amitabh Bachchanâs Kaun Banega Crorepati Tax Case © Reuters While Gogoi has presided over several landmark cases, one of his more unusual ones revolves around none other than Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan. Way back in 2002, Bachchan filed tax returns showing an income of Rs 14.99 crore, yet the tax authorities determined that his income was Rs 56.41 crore and filed a lawsuit against the actor. The Bombay High Court dismissed the tax officials in 2012, but Gogoi and his bench quashed the dismissal in 2016. Guess he wasnât a fan. An ex-Chief Ministerâs Son © Assam Legislative Assembly Ranjan Gogoiâs aforementioned father Kesab Chandra never got to see his son become a judge, dying just three years too early. Regardless, he did make a pretty bold impact on Assam as a politician with the Indian National Congress - the very rivals of the figures that have backed Gogoi Jr. in contemporary View the full article
  14. Now, this 'gau mutra can cure anything' bullshit is going too far. Who knew there will be parties especially organized for this? 2020 has been a shitty year, so far, but this gau mutra party might be the worst thing I've seen this year. For the last few days, we've been laughing about how some people actually believe that consuming cow urine and dung will actually cure Coronavirus. Top doctors and scientists of the world are still working on a cure for the virus but these idiots think that gau mutra is the cure. Well, no one's laughing now as the Hindu Mahasabha actually held a gau mutra party and so many people took part in it. Brb, gotta go puke. Sanghis replaces alcohol with cow urine and chips with cow poop.#GaumutraParty #CoronaVirusUpdates pic.twitter.com/yN1T3XPO1Y â ð¿ð | ð¢ðºðð¼ (@Its_DineshKumar) March 14, 2020Okay, so they say they've come together to fight Coronavirus with this, right? But, they're breaking rule number one - avoid large gatherings, rather they're the ones organizing large gatherings. 404 logic not found. This is truly the one party no one would ever, ever get FOMO for. This party is making me think that maybe we do deserve a plague just because humans do such disgusting things. Friend - Bhai birthday aa raha hai tera party de de. Me - Welcome to the party. Below are the details #Gaumutraparty pic.twitter.com/5yiXQihp45 â Deepak Kumar (@deeelighted) March 13, 2020It's high time someone intervenes and tells these idiots that cow urine is not going to magically heal them. I'm not an expert or anything, but casually drinking urine cannot be good for your body. Need to inform China and the rest world our Babaji have find out some solution Also rest country should start âGaumutra Partyâ Heal coronavirus by #gaumutraparty â Desh Apna Log Apne (@ApneLoog) March 13, 2020"Pissed drunk" has a new meaning. This is called getting pissed..and partying. https://t.co/S2uDEAbHRR â Saba Naqvi (@_sabanaqvi) March 13, 2020Apparently. Eat shit & stay healthy? https://t.co/PDVWrQfoG0 â salman ahmad (@sufisal) March 13, 2020Yeah, offer that to Trump and Putin. Modi should go to foreign tours with gobar and gaumutr https://t.co/2Kuz8ywSRW â Sanjay Lakhanpal Sharma (@sanjay3664) March 14, 2020Uhh. A glass of #gaumutra a day, keep #coronavirus away!#gaumutraparty pic.twitter.com/LWABU4dXn4 â Manish Sain (@Manish__Sain) March 14, 2020No amount of milk, ghee, or curd will make this better. #gaumutraparty in Delhi. They are being served Panchagavya to prevent #corona (mix of) 1. Cow Dung 2. Gaumutra 3. Milk 4. Curd 5. Ghee pic.twitter.com/6OxNKhNnPb â Arjun (@comradarjun) March 14, 2020 View the full article
  15. Here's the revised schedule for remaining messages of the PSL's fifth edition
  16. The on-going coronavirus threat isn't stopping the smartphone makers to drop new phones in the market. After the launch of Realme's new 6 series phone, Xiaomi has today launched the new Redmi Note 9 series in the country. Xiaomi's Redmi Note series is extremely popular in the country and the new Redmi Note 9 Pro Series is just taking things to a whole new level. We got two new phones today, but let's check out the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max first - Redmi Note 9 Pro Max #RedmiNote9ProMax definitely exceeds expectations with #ProCamerasMaxPerformance! RT if u agree. * @Qualcomm #Snapdragon 720G * #64MP Quad #Camera * #32MP in-display #Selfie * 5020mAh battery * 33W fast charger in-box * 16.9cm (6.67) Dot Display * Aura Balance Design #Xiaomi pic.twitter.com/yVDwTcKCvq — Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) March 12, 2020 The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max sports a 6.67-inch IPS panel on the front with a punch-hole cutout for the camera. The display is covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The phone, just like the Realme 6 Pro, is powered by the Snapdragon 720G processor and comes with up to 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Both the new Redmi phones come with Aura design and they both look pretty cool. The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max also sports a quad-camera setup at the back which includes a 64MP sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 5MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front, there's a 32MP selfie shooter as well. There's a 5020 mAh battery inside the phone which supports fast-charging at 33W with the included charger in the box. The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max comes with a unique design that looks different from any other Redmi Note series phones we've seen in the past. It'll be interesting to see how it competes with the Realme 6 Pro, its closest competitor. Redmi Note 9 Pro #RedmiNote9Pro is #ThePerformanceBeast! Hit RT if you agree * Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G * 48MP Quad Camera * 16MP In Display Selfie * 5020mAh battery * 18W fast charger * 16.9cm Dot Display * Aura Balance Design#ProCamerasMaxPerformance #ILoveRedmiNote #Xiaomi pic.twitter.com/yfa5uumb0w — Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) March 12, 2020 The Redmi Note 9 Pro is very similar to the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, except for the the camera. Instead of the 64MP sensor, the Redmi Note 9 Pro sports a 48MP sensor. Everything else is very similar to the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max. In terms of the variants, the Redmi Note 9 Pro comes with up to 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, whereas the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max comes with up to 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Pricing & Availability The Redmi Note 9 Pro has been launched in India for a starting price of Rs 12,999 for the 4GB + 64GB variant. The 6GB + 128GB variant of the phone will cost you Rs 15,999. The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, on the other hand, has been launched at a starting price of Rs 14,999 for the base variant. The 6GB + 128GB variant of the phone is priced at Rs 16,999 whereas the 8GB + 128GB variant is priced at Rs 18,999. The phone will be available to purchase in three colors i.e. Aurora Blue, Interstellar Black and Glacier White from Amazon and mi.com starting. The Redmi Note 9 Pro will be available starting March 17th whereas the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max will be available starting a week later that i.e. March 25. View the full article
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