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  1. When it comes to athleisure, no one does it better than Varun Dhawan. He never shies away from experimenting with his ensembles and sometimes, also goes the extra mile to make his look stand out. It's not just his outfits but also the sneakers that he wears which turn heads every time he steps out. Take the recent brain dead sneakers that he wore, for example, and you would know what we are talking about. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Coming to his outfit, we really like the manner in which he is dressed. The graphic T-shirt clad with a high collar hoodie is quite fashionable. That, paired with his heavily distressed, light coloured pants is a gutsy pairing if you ask us. His accessory game was on point too, with round sunglasses and a black mask. © Viral Bhayani On the work front, Varun is working on some interesting projects including Jug Jug Jeeyo, a romantic drama movie by Raj Mehta. He will also be seen in Bollywood war drama, Rannbhoomi. As for his recent look, we can't stop digging it. View the full article
  2. We're only a couple of weeks into 2021 and we're just getting started with the new smartphone releases. Looks like Xiaomi is planning to kick this off very soon. The company is apparently planning on launching the new Redmi Note 10 series and the Mi 11 series in India. This info was shared by the noted industry insider Ishan Agarwal. According to him, the Redmi Note 10 series prices in India will be pretty aggressive. As for the Mi 11 series, it looks like we'll be getting two devices i.e. the Mi 11 and the Mi 11 Lite. © YouTube/Marques Brownlee The Mi 11 is said to come in Gray and Blue color options and will come in 8GB + 128GB and 8GB + 256GB configurations. The Mi 11 Lite, on the other hand, will be 6GB + 64GB, 6GB + 128GB, and 8GB + 128GB. The Mi 11 Lite will come in Pink, Black, and Blue hues. This is all the new info have and we're still waiting to hear some confirmation on the release date. Moving on to the Redmi Note 10 series, it looks like Xiaomi is planning to bring both the Redmi Note 10 and the Redmi Note 10 Pro to India. Both the regular and the Pro models are expected to be priced aggressively due to the serious competition in this market. Certifications have revealed that both the Redmi Note 10 and the Redmi Note 10 Pro will come in 4G and 5G variants. The Redmi Note 10 is rumored to come with a 120Hz display, Snapdragon 732G SoC, Android 11-based MIUI 12, 64MP primary camera, and more. © YouTube/Marques Brownlee Both phones are certainly going to be very exciting and it'll be interesting to see what they bring to the table. We're also waiting to see what other manufacturers like Realme will launch in 2021. Realme usually goes hard when it comes to smartphone releases, so we know for a fact that the affordable smartphone market is going to have a ton of options this year too. We'll definitely have more to talk about all these new phones when they're officially out. So stay tuned for more info on them. Source: 91Mobiles View the full article
  3. By the time someone turns 60, the person starts thinking of their retirement plan but if you leave it up to someone like Suniel Shetty, the man thinks otherwise. He has time and again, inspired people half his age with his grooming skills and chiselled physique, giving other B-town actors a run for their money. © YouTube/Bollywoodlife © Viral Bhayani Speaking of the style in detail, these pants have resurfaced and the style that was once upon a time for the sartorial risk-takers, many celebs are now working it into their style too. Suniel's version has huge pockets and can easily stow in all the essentials. View the full article
  4. Beating Australia in their own backyard was always going to be difficult, but when India lost the ODI series 2-1, the task at hand looked improbable. Many had opined that the visitors wouldn't even win a single series Down Under, but India fought back with grit and determination. After losing two ODIs on the trot, India bounced back to win three consecutive matches (an ODI and two T20Is) to peg Australia back with a 2-1 win in the shortest format. But, the biggest test awaited them in the four-match Test series where the tourists were going to compete with the notable absence of key players. © AP A dreadful performance at the Adelaide Oval saw India losing the 1st Test, where they were bowled out for a shambolic 36 runs in the second innings, by eight wickets. It was a performance that many saw as a precursor for India's doom in the Test series. But, despite regular captain Virat Kohli heading back home for the birth of his first child, Ajinkya Rahane-led India pulled off the impossible in the 2nd Test. A Rahane special saw the visiting team securing an emphatic eight-wicket win and silencing the critics by levelling the series 1-1. If the triumph in Melbourne highlighted their zeal, India's resilient batting display on the final day of the 3rd Test, which allowed them to eke out a draw from the jaws of a certain defeat, defined their character. © AP After toiling hard in three games, it all boiled down to the 4th Test where both the teams fancied their chances to earn the bragging rights. And, contrary to popular perception, a young and fairly inexperienced Indian brigade braved all odds and triumphed against a full-strength Australian side. The likes of Thangarasu Natarajan, Shardul Thakur and Washington Sundar took three wickets apiece to restrict the hosts to 369 runs in the first innings. In reply, India found themselves in a spot of bother but Sundar (62) and Thakur (67) stepped up with the bat to save them the blushes. Mohammed Siraj (5-73) and Thakur (4-61) ran through the Australian batting order to ensure they couldn't score more than 294 runs in the second innings. © AP Chasing 328 runs to eventually pull off a commendable win, India were aided by Shubman Gill (91) and Cheteshwar Pujara (56) early on. But, it was Rishabh Pant's unbeaten 89-run knock that powered India to a sensational three-wicket win, leaving the hosts red-faced at the Gabba. For someone who has been criticised for the lack of maturity, Pant showed great courage and produced one of his finest batting performances to get his side over the line in the dying moments of the final session at the Gabba. India's remarkable win also brought an end to Australia's 32-year-old unbeaten run at the 'Fortress Gabba'. And, the fact that the Rahane brigade sealed a 2-1 series win without the likes of Virat Kohli, Mohammed Shami, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin and Jasprit Bumrah at various points, further sums up their massive achievement. © AP While their 2-1 series win on the 2018-19 tour remains memorable, a depleted India's latest triumph Down Under is much more significant. Though there weren't many in the stands at the Gabba to witness the turn of events, India's impressive show garnered plaudits from cricket pundits and fans alike across the globe. We are all overjoyed at the success of the Indian Cricket Team in Australia. Their remarkable energy and passion was visible throughout. So was their stellar intent, remarkable grit and determination. Congratulations to the team! Best wishes for your future endeavours. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 19, 2021WHAT A WIN!!! Yessssss. To everyone who doubted us after Adelaide, stand up and take notice. Exemplary performance but the grit and determination was the standout for us the whole way. Well done to all the boys and the management. Enjoy this historic feat lads. Cheers 🏼🇮🇳 @BCCI pic.twitter.com/CgWElgOOO1 — Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) January 19, 2021EVERY SESSION WE DISCOVERED A NEW HERO. Every time we got hit, we stayed put & stood taller. We pushed boundaries of belief to play fearless but not careless cricket. Injuries & uncertainties were countered with poise & confidence. One of the greatest series wins! Congrats India. pic.twitter.com/ZtCChUURLV — Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) January 19, 2021Khushi ke maare pagal. This is the new India. Ghar mein ghuskar maarta hai. From what happened in Adelaide to this, these young guys have given us a joy of a lifetime. There have been World Cup wins but this is special. And yes,there is a reason Pant is extra special . pic.twitter.com/3CAQIkAuwq — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) January 19, 2021Wow .. That has to go down as one of the greatest if not the greatest Test victory of all time !! Egg on my face over here in the UK .. but I love to see character & skill .. India have it in abundance .. btw @RealShubmanGill & @RishabhPant17 are future superstars ! #AUSvIND — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) January 19, 2021Historic series win for Team India! Youngsters delivered when it mattered, with Gilll and Pant in the forefront. Hats off to Ravi Shastri and the support staff for their part in this turnaround! So so proud of this bunch, this is one for the ages #AUSvsIND — VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) January 19, 2021Many congratulations Team India for the fabulous show of character and skill. A wonderful test series with the perfect result. Hopefully the end of discussion of 4 day tests for a while. #INDvsAUS — Anil Kumble (@anilkumble1074) January 19, 2021WHAT A TEAM!! CHAMPIONS Historic moment, historic day, historic series! Proud of the team, proud of the effort Take a bow, #TeamIndia 🇮🇳 @BCCI — Shreyas Iyer (@ShreyasIyer15) January 19, 2021 View the full article
  5. Dino Morea, despite being low key in the Bollywood industry right now, still continues to impress us whenever he is spotted. While his acting skills have been praised quite often, we also can't forget that he has been on the forefront when it comes to the fashion world as well, and that too from the 90s. For the unversed, Dino, besides having avant-garde style sensibility, is also a sneakerhead, who has never shied away from flaunting some of his zany pieces. © Viral Bhayani Take a look at this one time, when Dino wore a pair of sneakers, inspired by 'Sonic The Hedgehog' and garnered all our attention with this pair. © Viral Bhayani While this was his festive look, he was also recently spotted stepping out of the gym in a rather relaxed attire. We really liked the cool aesthetic of his gym outfit. However, the pair of sneakers he wore, was the real deal here. Let's talk about his outfit first. © Viral Bhayani The hoodie, clad with blue shorts, makes for a perfect gym look. © Ajio Now, coming to the pièce de résistance are the sneakers that Dino is wearing, which is by Skechers. These sneakers are called Go Run Fast-Quake Shoes and are made with the usual lace-up style with a round toe. © Viral Bhayani Speaking of the trend, while some brands are designing these shoes intentionally, celebs these days are letting their shoes just be the way they are, instead of putting in extra effort to clean them. Dirty or not, we think the pair looks really dope and someday, even we would like to wear such a statement style to the gym! We like how he has layered the hoodie over a bright blue T-shirt. That, paired with a printed bandana, is a head-turning statement. Also, you just can't miss his bushy, unkempt beard, which makes him look like a million bucks, even at the gym. The reason why we liked this pair is because of its overall style but the fact that Dino let the sneakers remain dirty and didn't clean them, proves that the man is into trends and doesn't mind it even if his shoes look a little smudgy. View the full article
  6. Experts warn Trump may move to more traditional methods or isolated conservative online channels
  7. The last 48 hours have been a rollercoaster ride for Indian wicket-keeping batsman Rishabh Pant. who has once again become a national favourite thanks to his performance in the second innings of the Sydney Test against Australia. Potentially his best batting display in the longest format of the game, Pant’s 97-run innings was not easy and the hosts were trying their hardest to make it worse. In a video shared on Twitter, footage from the stump camera shows scenes from the final day of the penultimate Test in which both sides return to the field following drinks break. Australian batsman Steve Smith can be seen rubbing off the guard marks on the crease just seconds before Pant would return to bat. After drinks break Aussie comes to shadow bat and scuffs out the batsmen's guard marks. Rishabh Pant then returns and has to take guard again.#AUSvIND #AUSvsIND #AUSvINDtest pic.twitter.com/aDkcGKgUJC — Cricket Badger (@cricket_badger) January 11, 2021 Pant would then have to come back and spend some extra time drawing those marks with his shoes once again. While what the Australian player did was not illegal, it was unnecessary and an extremely cheeky manner to tick off the batsman and throw him off his game. The fans of the two sides got into an instant debate online, arguing who was right and who wasn’t. all class this Aussie side lol, almost as bad as their comm box and crowd — fundy (@imfundy) January 11, 2021 @TimDavis200 this is what i am talking about australia has history of cheating . They can do anything for win media , people , sandpapers , sledging, banter__________ and fill the blank if anything left — Yashramanuj 🇮🇳 (@yashramanuj_1) January 11, 2021 @stevesmith49 is this all u got Smithy ?? Wanna get back to playing Saturday’s on Glenn Mc Grath ???... I still think u r a top batsman ... but in terms of Spirit and learning from mistakes ... long way.. u got lost in the middle again son ... disappointed .. no respect left — Gaurav Desai (@gaurav712) January 11, 2021 Seems like the Australian fans had their own opinion: But feigning injury so you can sub in a better keeper and then going out to bat 5 is well within the spirit of the game. — Maxwell Charles (@Max_well5810) January 11, 2021 Ikr indians r clearly cheating and their fans are backing them — maxtreemax (@maxtreemaxtree) January 11, 2021 Pant did some exceptional work on the pitch as he collated 97 runs while batting under an immense amount of pressure. The 23-year-old had also suffered a blow to his left elbow in the first innings after a Mitchell Starc delivery rushed past his bat and smacked him on the joint. Reportedly, the cricketer also padded up after having some painkillers and went on to bat for the nation without thinking twice about his health. View the full article
  8. Protest leaders tell those attending sit-ins to disband peacefully after slain coalminers' families, govt reach understanding
  9. The CDA planted almost 2,000 saplings on Srinagar Highway but the effort did not yield the desired results due to low survival rate.
  10. Sidharth Shukla isn't just a popular television star, but also a fashion aficionado, who has time and again sported some zany outfits. Be it at the airport or while casually stepping out, he has left no stone unturned in giving us style inspiration, whilst also giving B-towners a run for their money with his ensembles. © Instagram/Sidharth Shukla Not just that, even his Instagram feed is a testament to that. From wearing wacky sneakers to sporting some uber-cool outfits, Sidharth has certainly done it all. © Viral Bhayani That, paired with a basic pair of black pants, brings out the edgy aesthetics of the sweater even more. While we think a pair of dad sneakers would have made a better choice here, we still like how Sidharth has clubbed his brown loafers here. He hasn't gone bonkers with accessories but the mask with its subtle print made his airport style look effortless, in our opinion. View the full article
  11. My first introduction to Danish Sait’s brand of humour was rather sketchy. Five years ago, a former colleague had forwarded a voice note of a prank call on WhatsApp. I remember the clip because it was hilarious, but the fact that it was shared over a WhatsApp voice note meant I couldn’t go on a feed and scroll through more posts, unlike, say, on Instagram or Twitter. Fast forward to 2020, Danish has amassed more than 1 million followers on Instagram. The prank-calling RJ whose voice note made me crack up once has become a superstar in the digital space now. But for a social media influencer whose followers have increased five times in 2020, Danish comes across as rather sombre and extremely relatable. “Everybody around me knew what isolation and sitting idle can do to me. And to take that as a stepping stone and do something that I really enjoy doing with all the idle time has been a personal victory for me,” says Danish when I ask him about how the year has been. View this post on Instagram Caught off guard, I was expecting a conversation around humour and his viral one-minute clips that have helped us stay sane through the crazy year that 2020 has been. Instead, when one of India's biggest social media influencers chooses to expose a vulnerable side of himself that is far from the hilarious shenanigans which have become his identity, I find myself chasing a strange sense of validation for the existentialism that 2020 has inflicted upon me. “In the past I’ve run into problems dealing with my mental health. You know, you become destructive, start questioning things around you. You essentially stop creating opportunities, and you start waiting for them. And the thing with waiting for opportunities is that they don’t really rest in your hands. Predominantly I had to keep my mental health in check and keep working and not get into a spiral of 'Oh shit what is going to happen with my life, how am I going to make a living.' Luckily, I didn't have to go through all of that," he replies. View this post on Instagram But unlike many of us millennials for whom the lockdown served as the trigger to take charge of our mental healths, in Danish's case it has been chronic with episodes of depression dating back to even four years ago. When I ask him about how this lockdown was for him, Danish's response beams with positivity, "What was a revelation for me in this lockdown is that I've learnt how to control my mind, in the sense that I cannot be bogged down by situations that are not in my hands. My mind is in my control and what is in my control will remain in my control and my life can't hinge on variables. At some point, you have got to get past variables." Perhaps the chronic nature of Danish's mental health issues have helped him be in the driver's seat during the lockdown and keep churning out one viral video after another, but he is quick to acknowledge his privilege in a migrant worker-immigrating, domestic abuse increasing, abc, xyz stricken lockdown. "I'm not in this bubble where I look at my life and say oh I've worked so hard. Everybody works hard. A lot of people don't have the privilege to take stock of their own mind because they're so caught up with so many other things in life," he says. But this statement comes with an air of familiarity, which Danish quickly highlights, "And I've been in that place where I used to be on a shoestring salary, and whether I was feeling mentally up, down, didn't matter, I had to go there because I had to pay the bills, I had to survive." "And it's been that sort of conditioning for years until one day I broke down and I went to the doctor about four years ago and said, I desperately need help. Then I was given the aid and support to work my life around it and when this pandemic happened I was fortunately in a mental space and shape where I realised I could take charge of my life and do something good with it. Honestly, I did videos because I look at doing them, everything else has been a by-product of it. I didn't engineer what will happen in 2020 to myself." K: Where were you when the lockdown was imposed? Did you ever expect your content to explode like this and become this big? D: No way, no man. I woke up on one lockdown day and I was having this conversation with my friends and I just recorded one piece of it. And like a habit, I put it up on Instagram, I put it up on Twitter, put it up on Facebook and that thing went nuts. And then I just started doing a video every day and then I realized that it was like this purple patch sort of thing. Then I started doing this. It wasn't like I'm gonna wake up and do videos on Instagram. You know, because that Instagrammer life that you're talking about I’d done something like this on SoundCloud, FYI. So I've done this about five, six years ago on SoundCloud. Obviously I don't even want to compare the scale because you know, it's not about one video going not just about every other video going yeah. View this post on Instagram K: But this format is something relatively new, right? Because I remember, four years ago, a friend of mine had shared this voice note of a prank call and you were talking in that signature Bengaluru accent. Cut to the present day, your career has transitioned quite a bit since then. D: It has, but if you look at the common thread to all of this is my flair for accents, dialects, voices. I did it on audio then, I do it on video now and I just feel like it all comes with time. I didn't do it on video then because to be honest with you, I have multiple documents at home you know - presentation ideas and sketches of this one-minute content. I have been trying to crack the one-minute content for a while. I wanted to do something with this because I figured back then. I knew Instagram was the one place that I wanted to be on. You know, a lot of people who've known me for a while, when they see the recognition today they go ‘Oh, it should have happened a while ago.’ And then they say, ‘Okay, good that people have time now to kind of recognize you.’ K: I'm really, really glad it's finally paying off. I wanted to talk about the characters that you play. My favorites are Jaya and Didi. Where do you get inspiration for all these characters? I’ve read that Jaya is your domestic help... D: And Didi is my mom. Because my mom is a single parent, you know, she needed one of the adults to speak with and invariably it was my domestic help at home back then. They would have a chat about random shit, like, for example, like Didi telling Jaya, there's a new strain of Coronavirus. She doesn't need to know, I mean, she’s trying to get by every single day, right? So I grew up seeing that proximity between her and the domestic help and, you know, like the drunk husband was her husband. Unfortunately for them, most of the maids we’ve had have had drunk husbands. View this post on Instagram K: Which brings me to my next question actually. How much of a responsibility do you think content creators have towards the society? I have seen most of your one-minute videos and though they are hilarious, there is very subtle social commentary involved too. D: Look, I don't want to sit on a high moral mountain. I can tell you personally, for myself. What other content creators do is up to them and they sort of ‘construct’ their content right? I will never turn around and comment on what everybody else is doing. Having said that, I'll give you a point in case that if you look up and you don't have to write it down, but if you look at it, I have stopped putting pictures of my personal life. People follow me for the work that I do, they don't follow me for the lifestyle. I am not somebody who's here to show that I live with great panache, I have this car, that house. It’s not necessary, how does that matter. So when it comes to social commentary, I try to keep it subtle, like I did a video recently about New Year's Eve. Didi asks Jaya to keep herself free for the New Year’s as she has some guests coming over and Jaya says, ‘New Year sirf ameer logo ka kya didi?’ Now if you get it, you get it if you don’t you’re just going to laugh. I’m not gonna rub it into your face because I’m in no moral position to turn around and say I am better than you because I’m not. I am as human as you. There might be five other things that you do right that I get wrong. Does that make sense bro? K: Absolutely, adds context to our conversation about responsible content. So, what’s next for Danish Sait? D: I’m doing a regional film that I've written with a friend of mine. That goes on the floor in Feb and then IPL again, so I’ll be back into IPL and then the everyday hustle ya - wake up work, wake up work, wake up work. View this post on Instagram K: How would you remember 2020? D: I mean, it’s been quite a year man. I don't know where to start, there were so many highlights. I had a film release this year, on Amazon Prime which did really well, I got to interview my hero Sacha Baron Cohen. I have another film signed. You know, I did the IPL and so many highlights this year, but the thing is it’s all been so amplified. You know, Kanaad I’ve been doing this for 10 years, man, for 10 years. And it's amazing. Like, I'm so glad that I’m talking to somebody who hears my prank calls and goes, ‘Yeah, I’ve heard you before as well.’ You know? You know I say this always, at the end of the day even if you’re on the cover of a magazine, the responsibility is just the same ya. I said this after my first film came out and it was a hit. I said this after my second film was a hit, I still have to wake up, write a script, go to a producer and say, ‘Please produce my project.’ And prove why they should put their money on you. Honestly, I don’t want it any easier because this is what makes life exciting. The moment it becomes easy you’re like, ‘Ah man! It’s okay, I can rest on whatever I’ve done in the past.’ And I think that’s something I’ll never hang by. View the full article
  12. After dominating proceedings under Ajinkya Rahane's captaincy on Day 1, the Indian cricket team was looking to carry the momentum on the second day's play in the 2nd Test against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The likes of Shubman Gill (45) and Cheteshwar Pujara (17) were beginning to threaten the hosts before Pat Cummins struck to peg the tourists back. The right-arm seamer handed Australia early breakthroughs after dismissing both Gill and Pujara in successive overs. While it was a loose shot from Gill that spelt his doom in the 22nd over, Cummins claimed his second scalp of the day after some brilliance behind the stumps from skipper Tim Paine in the 24th over. A pearler of a pluck from Paine! And it's the big wicket of Pujara too!@hcltech | #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/q4rFhCb7Yj — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 27, 2020 Negating a length ball, Pujara was looking to defend when the ball moved a bit, taking the outside edge of the willow and travelling fast behind the stumps. Despite being wrong-footed, Paine did really well to get low and pluck it with his right hand to get his team on top in the first session of Day 2. The catch earned Paine a lot of plaudits from both fans and pundits alike, with Aussie spin legend Shane Warne, too, singing his praise. "Screamer, it wouldn't have carried to the slips. Excellent catch from the wicketkeeper," Warne said. Later in the day, Paine took another catch, this time playing a key role in the dismissal of Rishabh Pant (). The 60th over saw Paine collecting the ball cleanly after a bottom edge from Pant's willow. While the catch handed Mitchell Starc a wicket, it helped the Aussie skipper become the fastest wicket-keeper to register 150 dismissals in Test cricket. Paine managed to surpass South Africa's Quinton de Kock after taking just 33 innings to achieve the feat. De Kock had recorded 150 Test dismissals as a wicket-keeper in 34 innings. The other bigwigs on the list include Adam Gilchrist, who took 36 innings to notch up the milestone, and Mark Boucher who took 38 innings. View the full article
  13. Long before donning the Mumbai Indians jersey, Suryakumar Yadav had proved his mettle with consistent performances in domestic cricket. The fact that he topped the run-scoring charts for Mumbai in his first full outing in the 2011-12 Ranji Trophy season is a testimony to his capabilities with the willow. It was his consistency in domestic cricket that eventually saw him becoming the most expensive uncapped player, sold to Mumbai for Rs 3.2 crore, at the 2018 IPL Auctions. Since then, the right-hander has been a vital cog in the Mumbai set-up and was, once again, key to Rohit Sharma-led side's record fifth IPL title triumph last month. | The best of Surya from last night! #OneFamily #MumbaiIndians #MI #Dream11IPL #MIvRCB @SamsungIndia pic.twitter.com/sQzbUoj6lO — Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) October 29, 2020 His exploits were surely good enough to earn him a national call-up but he still, somehow, failed to make the cut for India's 32-man squad for the ongoing tour of Australia. Many had expressed their displeasure at the Indian selectors for overlooking the Mumbai batsman for the Australian tour, but Yadav, despite a bit of disappointment, didn't let it affect his mindset. © Twitter/@IPL Carrying on doing what he does best, the 30-year-old once again left the Indian selectors red-faced after producing, yet another, batting masterclass. While his Team India mates are currently struggling to score runs Down Under, Yadav smashed his way to a blazing 47-ball 120 in a practice match ahead of the upcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Leading the Team B side, the right-handed batsman came out to bat at the preferred no. 3 slot and punished the opposition bowlers with marvellous strokeplay. His batting carnage also cut a sorry figure for Sachin Tendulkar's son Arjun who was playing for Team B. After bowling two good overs, Arjun was taken to the cleaners by Yadav who scored as many as 21 runs off the youngster's over. © Reuters His blistering knock came at a staggering strike-rate of 255.32 and was decorated with 10 fours and nine sixes. It was his strokeful innings that powered his team to a mammoth total of 213 runs in 20 overs. Suryakumar Yadav knocking once again. I hope BCCI opens the door this time around. — Kanav Bali (@Concussion_Sub) December 22, 2020 On the other hand, despite Yadav's hammering, Arjun finished well, returning for his final over and taking Siddharth Akre's wicket. He finished the innings with decent figures of 1/33 in four overs. View the full article
  14. When it comes to fashion or shopping, in general, most men lean towards timeless designs and quality pieces. So, it’s safe to say that the idea of “fashion trends” that keep changing with the season isn’t the top priority of the menswear community. But some fashion trends don’t fade easily, they rather become the future classics. This is why we feel that these carefully selected trends we’re about to discuss in our 2020’s style file will find a space in your wardrobe for a long, long time! __ECOMLOOKS__2283__ __ECOMLOOKS__2284__ __ECOMLOOKS__2285__ __ECOMLOOKS__2286__ __ECOMLOOKS__2287__ __ECOMLOOKS__2288__ __ECOMLOOKS__2289__ __ECOMLOOKS__2290__ __ECOMLOOKS__2291__ __ECOMLOOKS__2292__ Final ThoughtsWhile we thought trends will be overlooked during the lockdown, the pandemic season found trends of its own and they’re quite comfy. Irrespective of whether we get back to our old normal or not in 2021, these timeless trends will continue to make an impression. So, if you like to keep up with the world of fashion, pick your favourites in advance! Explore More View the full article
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