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  1. As concerns about COVID-19 grow, the demand for hand sanitisers has skyrocketed across the globe. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), although it is more than a mere fix, diligent use of hand sanitizer along with practicing social distancing is the best possible way to keep the virus away. Not to forget, maintaining personal hygiene is important to avoid the risk of getting infected and spreading it to others. While we all might know the basics before buying a hand sanitizer, it gets difficult to keep a tab on facts and separate them from fiction in the day of forwards on WhatsApp University and much to parse through online. So let's delve into some of the lingering questions about hand sanitiser that might be on your mind. Why 60% and not 100% alcohol concentration? We know alcohol is effective in killing microbes, including bacteria and viruses, but hand sanitisers with at least 60% alcohol content are considered more useful. However, using undiluted alcohol is not advisable as that would dry out the skin or cause irritation. This is why most hand sanitisers use Isopropyl Alcohol so that we are able to sanitise our hands as frequently as needed without any dryness or irritation. © istock Are homemade hand sanitisers a bad idea? There are many DIY hand sanitiser ideas online, including some that use vodka or other hard liquor. But, the ethanol concentration in such alcohol is typically 30 to 45 percent which is not high enough to kill microbes. Also, pure alcohol evaporates too quickly to efficiently kill bacteria or viruses on our hands, especially when the air is less humid. While rubbing alcohol on cuts and scrapes could be useful, a homemade hand sanitiser is not a wise idea. © istock Is a quick thrust of hand sanitiser enough? Hand sanitizers are only effective if used in a proper way. Just like with soap and water, hand sanitisers won't work unless it's used in the right amount and with proper technique. While using hand sanitizer, make sure it's covering the hands entirely, including between your fingers. Don't rub in the sanitizer too quickly. Stop only when it is completely absorbed. © istock __ECOMLOOKS__360__ Do expiry dates really matter? YES! Just like everything else, every hand sanitiser has an expiry date too. As alcohol is volatile, with time it will slowly evaporate, making the sanitiser lose its ability to kill bacteria and viruses. Although the scarcity of hand sanitisers might make us overlook this factor, it is necessary to make sure that we're not using an expired one. Get this hygiene kit with a foam hand sanitiser. Grab the kit before it's sold out… __ECOMPRODUCT__292__ Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention View the full article
  2. Tesla CEO Elon Musk is offering free FDA-approved ventilators to countries that need it most for patients affected by COVID-19. Musk will be sending the ventilators free of cost to hospitals in regions where the electric car manufacturer operates and delivers. The ventilator will also be sent without any delivery charges. © Reuters "Device & shipping cost are free. Only requirement is that the vents are needed immediately for patients, not stored in a warehouse. Please (let) me or @Tesla know," Musk said in a tweet. It is currently not clear how many ventilators are on offer and how the company plans to prioritise which hospital needs it most. Previously, Musk promised to give hundreds of ventilators to hospitals in New York City which happens to be badly hit by the outbreak in the United States. We have extra FDA-approved ventilators. Will ship to hospitals worldwide within Tesla delivery regions. Device & shipping cost are free. Only requirement is that the vents are needed immediately for patients, not stored in a warehouse. Please me or @Tesla know. â Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 31, 2020 There have been more than 8,25,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 around the world and has resulted in more than 40,000 confirmed deaths. At a time when the world is facing tough times, Musk has come to the rescue by committing to getting ventilator to the people who need them most. © Reuters However, Musk does have one condition that the ventilators be used for the recovery of patients rather than have it stored in a warehouse. Ventilators have proven to be crucial medical equipment as the novel virus attacks the lungs and causes severe difficulty in breathing. American car company Ford also plans to make 50,000 ventilators for COVID-19 patients within the next 100 days. View the full article
  3. In times of country-wide lockdowns amidst the coronavirus pandemic, one trivial yet necessary question that we keep thinking about is to grow a beard or not. Growing a beard is tricky business and only a select few are able to master the art. On top of that everyday routine life can sometimes become a major hurdle when it comes to growing a beard, from corporate dress code restrictions to strenuous daily commute. There is something about the beard that gives your face a certain character that is worth trying out. However, now is the time to give growing a beard a try, considering we're all locked up in our houses. Even if the experiment goes wrong, you can go back to being clean-shaven and no one will notice once everything resumes back to normal. But if the experiment is successful, you might end up with a new look altogether that people adore. If you're looking for some inspiration, Here are 8 real men with glorious beards who've mastered the art of growing one. 1. Nitin Mehta © Nitin Mehta An ex-army official who has now taken up modeling as a full-time profession. (Nitn Mehta) 2.Umesh Gulia © Umesh Gulia Umesh Gulia is a beard model and designer from NIFT. 3. Paras Chawla © Paras Chawla Paras Chawla is an Indian designer who owns the label, NAKA Clothing. 4. Abhishek Paatni © Abhishek Paatni Abhishek Paatni is an Indian designer who owns the fashion label 'Nought One' - that deals in streetwear and athleisure. 5. Sowrav Bhowmik © Sowrav Bhowmik Sowrav Bhowmik is a fashion and grooming journalist. 6. Aksheev Puri © Aksheev Puri Aksheev Puri is an entrepreneur and a stylist. 7. Mayank Sehgal © Mayank Sehgal Mayank Sehgal is a bespoke menswear designer. 8. Param Sahib © Param Sahib Param Sahib is a Delhi-based fashion designer. Now that you're inspired, you could look up hacks to get you started on growing the beard of your dreams. View the full article
  4. Isn't it weird that people are treating working from home like a vacation? If anything, these are the times when we need to maximise productivity, given that we can easily slip into laziness. Communication hindrances are creating major work delays and decreasing efficiency. The occasional lazy days seem to have become a perpetual reality. Push aside the laziness by following these simple yet effective tips. They will maximise your productivity in the times that you need it the most. __ECOMLOOKS__312__ __ECOMLOOKS__313__ __ECOMLOOKS__314__ __ECOMLOOKS__315__ __ECOMLOOKS__316__ EXPLORE MORE View the full article
  5. These are hard times and all of us are feeling the tremors of a pandemic that is threatening life on Earth. As the Novel Coronavirus continues to make its steady climb and put more and more people at risk of losing a piece of their lives, doctors and health care professionals at the front lines are putting up a strong fight against the onslaught. © BCCL However, as the number of cases continues to rise, hospitals are slowly beginning to feel overwhelmed by the number of patients that need their attention. The situation seems especially bleak when we look at the global crunch in the number of available ventilators in hospitals needed to treat COVID-19 patients. © Getty Images But there is still some hope, thanks to outstanding medical practitioners like Dr Alain Gauthier who came up with the genius idea to use a DIY hack that would help nine Coronavirus patients avail the benefits of a ventilator from a single instrument! The news came to light when his colleague Dr Alan Grammond took to Twitter to share Dr Gauthierâs awesome idea. So in ten minutes the evil genius who is one of our GP anaesthetists (with a PhD in diaphragmatic mechanics) increased our rural hospitals ventilator capacity from one to nine!!! pic.twitter.com/yNmuCCDbWd â alan drummond (@alandrummond2) March 17, 2020 According to a Daily Mail report, Dr Gauthier is Canada-based anaesthetist who works at the Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital in Ontario. Reportedly, this idea struck the doctor when he came across YouTube videos created by two Detroit doctors in 2006. He has since been able to come up with a method to put these modified ventilators to use. © Twitter Dr Gauthier told Daily Mail that to make it work seamlessly, patients with similar lung capacity have to be paired together. Then with the help of multiple hoses attached a ventilator, it can be used to run several times its normal power. We personally think this life-saving hack could be a game-changer at this time of global crisis when so many people are in need of medical attention to fight off the coronavirus pandemic. This man has yet again proved that doctors and health care professionals are the real saviours. View the full article
  6. The building next to Shah Rukh Khan?s Mannat residence after it ended up catching on fire and took a life
  7. In the first phase, all union councils in the province would purchase soaps amounting to Rs100,000, to contain coronavirus epidemic
  8. If youâve always wanted an Amazon Echo but didnât really want it confined to one room, Amazon came out with a solution with the Echo Input Portable. Instead of buying multiple Alexa devices to have in multiple rooms, this smart speaker can be carried with you anywhere in the house. It does not need a power outlet and is small enough to be carried in the palm of your hands. This smart speaker is instead powered by a battery and can be charged when it runs low. You can use it to listen to your favourite music and carry it with you to do all the smart things Alexa is capable of doing. It costs only Rs 4,999 and hereâs why you should get it for your home. Design When you first look at the Echo Input Portable, it resembles any generic Bluetooth speaker out there. But when you look closely, it has a more premium design than any Bluetooth speaker in this price range. At the top, it comes with two buttons where one can be used to mute the microphone while the other can be used for bringing up Alexa. It also comes with four microphones so that it can pick up your voice even when listening to loud music. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla There are also three buttons that can be used to operate the smart speaker. One of them is a traditional power button while the other two can be used for controlling the volume. Having said that, the Echo Input Portable does not have a 3.55mm jack which means you will have to rely on a Bluetooth connection. The name of the device is quite misleading as it does not have a headphone jack for audio input. Usability and SoundWhen using the Alexa Input Portable, you will feel right at home as many Bluetooth speakers now come with digital voice assistant integration. While the Input Portable may not be a Bluetooth speaker in its truest form, it does double up as a smart speaker and an audio device. Using Alexa on the Input Portable is flawless as it can easily pick up your voice from far away, thanks to the additional microphones. It performs way better than any audio device that has Alexa integration. You would kind of expect that from an Amazon device, it surely delivers. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla When it comes to the sound, the overall experience was quite pleasing and in line with most small Bluetooth speakers. It is loud enough to fill up a small room but isnât loud enough to host an entire party. You can use these speakers when you have small gatherings or are in a hotel room. The Echo Input Portable isnât supposed to be a full-blown audio speaker, however, if you are interested in that, you can always get the Echo Studio. You can stream music from every service such as Amazon Music, Gaana, Apple Music, Spotify, Saavn and others. Being portable means it needs to last long and according to Amazon, it can last up to 11 hours. We found that our review unit lasted for up to 9 hours on loud volumes. However, if using it on lower volume levels, you can easily push it to last 11 hours. It comes with a 4,800mAh battery but unfortunately, it cannot be fast-charged. You can always use it when it is plugged in, however it will take time for the device to get fully charged. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla In order to use Alexa skills and other commands, you need to have an internet connection. It does not use your smartphoneâs internet and instead uses a Wi-Fi connection. So if you are wanting to use the smart features of the phone outside of the home, you will need to be connected to a WiFi network. Having said that, switching Wi-Fi networks is not an easy task especially if you plan on using it outside your home. Bluetooth connection is quite easy from the Alexa app and takes only a few seconds. The Final Say For Rs 4,999, you can get yourself a decent Bluetooth speaker that also doubles up as a smart speaker for your home. It is quite cheaper than third-party speakers that have digital assistant integration and can hold its own with competent Bluetooth speakers in the audio department. Having the flexibility to carry your smart speaker with you instead of going to your speaker changes the entire smart speaker experience for everyone. View the full article
  9. E3 may not be happening this year, but that's not stopping Microsoft. The company just decided to make it official and fully reveal the specs of the upcoming Xbox Series X. There's a comprehensive blog post detailing everything from specs to some of the highly anticipated features in action. The blog post has a lot of jargon and numbers in the name of specs. For instance, the upcoming Xbox Series X is powered by a 3.8GHz 8-core AMD Zen 2 CPU and 1.825GHz RDNA 2-class GPU with 12 teraflops of power. They're coupled with 16GB of GDDR6 RAM and 1TB custom NVME SSD. The Xbox Series X is looking like a very promising device on paper. However, it's not just about the numbers. Microsoft has also talked about a lot of features that actually matter to the users. There's a video in which Microsoft compares the loading times for State of Decay on Xbox One X versus Xbox Series X. The new Xbox manages to load the game in just 7-8 seconds compared to the Xbox One X which takes about 50-51 seconds. You're looking at over 500% faster loading times, which is absolutely insane. Microsoft says the faster loading times have been made possible because of more memory and faster storage. Xbox Series X can almost instantly access games (up to 100GB). We really think this will allow open-world games to be much more immersive with less loading times. Another killer feature that Microsoft showcased is "quick resume". As the name suggests, you'll be able to resume a game even after rebooting your console. And from what we got to see, you'll be able to resume multiple games and move back & forth between them with little to no loading times. That was pretty crazy too. If you're into numbers and like to geek out on specs, then here's the full list - CPU: 8x Cores @ 3.8 GHz (3.66 GHz w/ SMT) Custom Zen 2 CPU GPU: 12 TFLOPS, 52 CUs @ 1.825 GHz Custom RDNA 2 GPU Die Size: 360.45 mm2 Process: 7nm Enhanced Memory: 16 GB GDDR6 w/ 320mb bus Memory Bandwidth: 10GB @ 560 GB/s, 6GB @ 336 GB/s Internal Storage: 1 TB Custom NVME SSD I/O Throughput: 2.4 GB/s (Raw), 4.8 GB/s (Compressed, with custom hardware decompression block) Expandable Storage: 1 TB Expansion Card (matches internal storage exactly) External Storage: USB 3.2 External HDD Support Optical Drive: 4K UHD Blu-Ray Drive Performance Target: 4K @ 60 FPS, Up to 120 FPS The Xbox Series X is releasing during the Holiday season this year, which means we're still quite a few months away from the launch. It'll be interesting to see how it performs against new the PlayStation 5 which is also slated to launch around the same time. View the full article
  10. The one thing that skincare brands almost always have claimed to offer is the restoration of the moisture barrier of the skin. But have they been effective over the years in delivering the promise? Well, it really depends on whether you've found the product that works for you. But before we get into the nitty-gritty of it, we need to understand what a moisture barrier stands for. The skin's moisture barrier is exactly what it sounds likeâthe layer of the skin that helps retain moisture. Largely, the skin barrier consists of the epidermis and the hard, outermost layer called stratum corneum. Interestingly, the stratum corneum is a layer that sheds dead skin cells. Now, here's the thing, this layer is super important to the skin as it keeps all the hydration locked inside and protects the skin from all the dirt and the grime. If your skin looks and feels rough, dull, flaky, inflamed, red, and itchy, these are alarming red flags that suggest that your skin barrier is damaged. In fact, not drinking enough water or drinking too much alcohol or caffeine are also factors that lead to damaged skin. Environmental factors, like exposure to the harmful rays of the sun, can also be damaging. Not moisturizing enough can also damage your skin. How can the skin barrier be repaired? Here's how. 1. Hydration © Getty Images Apply products that have ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and lactic acid, which is a humectant, meaning it actually increases the moisture content of the skin. 3. Keep Checking Your Skin View the full article
  11. Hyperpigmentation refers to skin discoloration. It is visible in the form of dark spots and patches. The causes can vary from exposure to the sun, an eczema flare-up, or a particularly bad breakout. The roots of every type of hyperpigmentation all start with melanin, the pigment in our skin. Essentially, hyperpigmentation is caused by the overproduction of melanin that becomes visible on the skin and especially the face. And even the aftermath of breakouts can cause hyperpigmentation. However, hyperpigmentation is more common than you think, most people experience it at some point in their lives. But there are different types of hyperpigmentation out there. These include: 1. Age spotsCaused by overexposure to the harmful UV rays, it mostly affects skin areas like the face, neck, forearms, and hands that are most prone to exposure. 2. Post-inflammatory This is the term for the skin discoloration that is caused by acne, eczema, a rash, or a cut. 3. MelasmaThey manifest as patches of discoloration usually on the cheeks, the bridge of the nose, the forehead, the chin, and above the upper lip. 4. FrecklesThey're linked to genetics, but may become darker and more visible with UV exposure. Here are things that you can do to avoid further damage and prevent further pigmentation: A. Avoid the sun © Getty Images Sun rays stimulate excessive melanin production, so in order to get rid of the pigmentation, you'll have to stop stepping out in the sun. More importantly, wear sunblock every day. Use an SPF of 30 or more, reapplying every two hours if you're out for extended periods of time. B. Don't pick or scratch at your skin © Getty Images If you get any pimples, it's important not to pick at them. This is because picking at them can lead to a permanent dark mark or scar. In fact, even scratching mosquito bitesâcan lead to the darkening of the skin. C. Choose products with the right ingredients © Getty Images Look for a product that combines a lightening agent such as kojic acid, licorice extract, or mushroom extract, and a retinol formula or an exfoliating agent such as glycolic and lactic acids. Additionally, you'll also want to use ingredients that can help treat the damaged epidermal layer. If this sounds too confusing, consulting a dermatologist is ideal. The idea is to get a chemical exfoliator, a hydrating cream that keeps the skin intact and retinol that heals the skin to nix any dark spots. View the full article
  12. It looks like a lot of people have started taking the precautions rolled out by the WHO (World Health Organisation) for Coronavirus seriously. With celebrity sightings each week of stars wearing masks at airports or even of people on the streets, it's almost as if the mask has become an outfit staple especially in dreadful times like these. Anil Kapoor, for instance, is definitely taking the necessary safety measures. For Malang's success party, Anil Kapoor stepped out in a well-protected flashy red mask. Take a look here: © viralbhayani If you notice carefully, the mask also has the word 'mask' printed on it. This is the signature design of the label Off-White by designer Virgil Abloh. And while this mask may seem unique to you, the interesting detail lies in its price. The mask retails for Rs 9,300 approximately. While the rest of his outfit was rather simple with a grey sweatshirt, black pants, and his black beaters, it was the mask that completely turned his look around. The party was a star studded event with Aditya Roy Kapur, Disha Patani, Kunal Khemu, Shad Randhawa, Amruta Khanvilkar and director Mohit Suri also present there. Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani too had colour coordinated in red. Take a look here: © viralbhayani Besides Anil Kapoor, no one was wearing a mask though. However, it did seem like Anil Kapoor's mask did send everyone in an anxious fit, making them regret not stepping out with a mask. View the full article
  13. Working from can be easy and hard at the same time, given that you are confined to a room with no interaction from the outside world. You can often get lazy while trying to work from a bed or get distracted with the loud TV in the background. © Reuters I often work from home due to meetings in the other part of the city and now, because of the Coronavirus scare in Delhi and Haryana. Protecting yourself from the virus is a serious concern but that doesnât mean you have to stop working. Working from home can be done easily if you have the right tools and a little bit of self-discipline. If you have quarantined yourself as a precaution, you must follow the basic steps such as thoroughly washing your hands for 20 seconds every 30 minutes. Make sure you have a sanitiser a home to keep killing residual germs that you may have contracted from items at home. © Reuters Lastly, you need to keep your phone clean as it is probably the dirtiest thing you have in your home. If you are unsure about how to clean your phone, our guide will give you all the best tips. Lastly, make sure the environment/room you work in has enough light as it can get depressing working in a room that is not well lit. You will also end up straining your eyes a lot more if there isnât enough light in the room. Now that you are ready to work from home, you need the right tools and we decided to compile a list of gadgets you will need at home for working effectively: 1. A Decent Chair © Unsplash/Lee Campbell This isnât a gadget but more of a necessity if you plan on working from home. Working from a bed will probably make you lazy and using your dining chair will probably cause more damage to your body. Office chairs are specifically designed to keep you rested and computable so that you can do your job effectively. There are plenty of office chairs available to buy online and you should have no problem getting it delivered to your place as fast as possible. 2. A Reliable Internet Connection and WiFi Router © Unsplash/Andres Urena We canât stress this enough, a reliable internet connection is essential for working from home and a nice router to go with it. You can either invest in a decent router with good range so that you can move around the house or a mesh system for the best signal and data speeds. I use the Google WiFi mesh system; however, any AC2100 or AC1900 router will also get the job done. 3. Wireless Earphones For Calls © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla We recommend investing in either Apple AirPods Pro, Galaxy Buds or any other equivalent wireless earphones. Thereâs a good chance that you might be on call for long periods of time and it can get tiring to hold the phone next to your ear all day. You donât have to get any of our recommendations as you should buy a pair that suits your needs, ear fit and budget. 4. A Decent Powerbank © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla While working from home, there is a good chance that you may experience a power cut especially if you live in India. Keeping your phones and other gadgets charged when there is no power is essential. We recommend getting fast-charging power banks as they will quickly charge your devices meaning you will spend less time charging your device and dedicate more time to being productive. If you are unsure about which power bank to get, weâve compiled a list just for this purpose. 5. A Multiple Port Fast Charger © MensXP Similar to a power bank, you need to fast charge your phone and laptop as well. While you can always use your supplied power brick that comes with your laptop or phone, but it will occupy multiple outlets. We recommend getting the AMX XP 60 as you can fast charge your laptop, phone and other devices all at the same time. It costs only Rs 1,199 and has three USB-A ports and a PD USB-C port. 6. iPad Pro © Unsplash/Roberto Nickson Working from an iPad Pro is as effective and efficient as working on a laptop. With the new iPadOS update, you can even access USB flash drives on the tablet in order to get work done. The keyboard accessory is essential as it helps in typing long emails and documents. Since it is lighter than most laptops, it is even more portable and also has better battery life than laptops so that you can work from different locations. Additionally, if you need to sign documents, you can also use the Apple Pencil as it saves more time than printing, signing, and scanning a document. 7. A Music Streaming Service © Unsplash/Daniel Canibano While this not really a gadget, having a music subscription service comes handier than you think. Even when working from home, you still need to take breaks and listening to music is probably the best way to relax at home. View the full article
  14. Sindh Health Department says positive diagnosis brings total number of coronavirus cases in the province to 15
  15. Tom Hanks said he and his wife were taking their new roles as quarantined coronavirus patients in their stride
  16. Rajesh is back with his Teekhe Karare and Kajrare Sawal in another episode of One Way Talks where this time he has invited Mr. Holi Huddang to answer them. Watch Now! View the full article
  17. Xiaomi has launched the new Redmi Note 9 series in India today. Both the Redmi Note 9 Pro and the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max are more or less similar to each other with minimal changes. But for the sake of this comparison, we'll be comparing the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max with the Realme 6 Pro, because they're priced very similarly. Specifications Both the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max and the Realme 6 Pro are powered by the Snapdragon 720G processor coupled with up to 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. We haven't had the chance to pit both phones head to head, but we doubt if there'll be any significant difference in performance. In terms of build & design, #RedmiNote9ProMax packs a MAX experience! - Triple #CorningGorillaGlass 5 - 16.9cm (6.67) FHD+ DotDisplay Camera - Aura Balance Design - 3.5mm Headphone Jack - IR Blaster - Side-mounted Fingerprint Sensor Now on to cameras! #ProCamerasMaxPerformance! pic.twitter.com/HhbhamrmjW â Redmi India (@RedmiIndia) March 12, 2020 When it comes to the physical size, there's not a lot of difference between the screen sizes of the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max and the Realme 6 Pro. We're looking at a 6.6-inch IPS panel in case of the Realme 6 Pro and a 6.67-inch IPS panel on the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max. But I'd like to point out that the Realme 6 Pro has 90Hz panel, whereas the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max has a refresh rate of 60Hz. It would've been nice to see a high-refresh-rate panel on the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max as well, but it looks like the Realme 6 Pro is the way to go if you want a high refresh rate panel. Both devices have a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on the front covering the display, so that's good. Cameras When it comes to photography, both phones sport a quad-camera setup at the back. The Realme 6 Pro's setup includes a 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 12MP telephoto lens, and a 2MP macro lens. The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, on the other hand, sports a 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 5MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. © MensXP/Karthik Iyer On the front, the Realme 6 Pro sports a dual selfie camera setup which includes a 16MP wide-angle camera and an 8MP Ultra wide-angle lens. The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max only sports a single camera on the front i.e. a 32MP selfie shooter. We haven't had the chance to test out the cameras, so you'll have to wait for our full review of the phone first to see how the cameras on the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max performs. Battery The Realme 6 Pro packs a 4,300mAh battery inside with support for 30W Flash Charge via the charger that's included inside the box. During our usage, our Realme 6 Pro unit managed to last easily for a day even with moderate to heavy usage. Introducing the incredible quad cameras of #RedmiNote9ProMax - 64MP Primary Camera - 8MP Ultra Wide-Angle Camera, - 5MP Macro Camera - 2MP Depth Sensor. Make every shot an eye-grabbing one. Which one are you excited to try out? #ProCamerasMaxPerformance pic.twitter.com/5JBq4qVjFX â Redmi India (@RedmiIndia) March 12, 2020 The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max sports a 5,020mAh battery with support for 33W charging via the charger that's included inside the box. Given the higher mAh count on the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max with support for faster charging, we think it'll be better than Realme 6 Pro. That being said, software optimization also plays a huge role when it comes to battery life, so I'll reserve our judgment on this for now. Pricing & Models Both the Realme 6 Pro and the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max are offered in three variants i.e. 6GB + 64GB, 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB. While the Realme 6 Pro starts at Rs 16,999, the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max starts at Rs 14,999. However, the top-end variant of both the phones are priced at Rs 18,999. On paper, both phones match each other neck to neck. The Realme 6 Pro seems like it's got a little bit of an edge over the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max with its 90Hz display, dual selfie cameras, 20X zoom and more. But I suggest you stay tuned for our full review of the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max to see how good or bad it is in the real world. In the meantime, you can check out our review of the Realme 6 Pro to learn more about it. View the full article
  18. Every thriller junkie knows the joy of watching a trailer which continues to play in your head, over and over, until you finally watch the show or movie. Mind-bending trailers of The Vanishing and Gone Girl had that effect on me. Just this morning, the steadily growing OTT platform MX Player dropped the trailer of Samantar, and boy was I shook! I mustâve watched it thrice on loop, primarily because of the mysterious plot. Take a look at the trailer: From what we see, Samantar isnât a traditional thriller. For starters, could the plot get any more baffling & gripping? The protagonist is on a relentless quest to track down Sudarshan Chakrapani â a man who has a similar destiny as his own. The life that the protagonist is living is one that Chakrapani has already lived. Freaky, right? MX Player It all starts when the protagonist of the show, Kumar Mahajan (played by Swwapnil Joshi) makes an unplanned visit to the astrologer as both his personal and professional life have hit rock bottom. However, this visit turns rather eerie when the astrologer says, âMaine yeh haath pehle bhi dekha haiâ. In an astonishing discovery, the protagonistâs future is another manâs past. Bringing this mind-boggling plot to life is the heartthrob of Marathi cinema â Swwapnil Joshi. In addition to working in popular Marathi films like Duniyadari and Mitwaa, the actor has also been a part of the Bollywood movie Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! MX Player Based on the famous book âSamantarâ by Suhas Shivralkar, this MX Original brings together astrology, mystery, and thrill â one that will keep you hooked from the word go. With an aim to cater to a wider audience set across India, the platform will be dubbing the Marathi web series in 3 other languages - Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. All languages will be going live simultaneously on Friday, the 13th of March â exclusively on MX Player. View the full article
  19. 'It shows people are hopeful for a better future and the turnout is so wholesome despite the threats made against us'
  20. Remember the saying 'third time's a charmâ? Well, looks like it has been proved right by Tiger Shroff as his new movie Baaghi 3 has nothing but positive reactions by people. Yes, even I'm as surprised as you are. Just kidding. Baaghi 3, starring Tiger Shroff, Shraddha Kapoor, and Riteish Deshmukh among others, released today and people are calling it a blockbuster. With 'full-power action sequences' to 'great performances by the actors', people really, really seem to dig this movie. Well, good for you, Tiger, you got your birthday gift a little late, but it looks like it was worth it. So many tweets are calling it one of the best action movies they've seen in a long time, I guess we can't do anything but trust the people. Overall, it's apparently an out and out 'entertainer' that will make us cry and laugh, according to people. #Baaghi3 SPECTACULAR larger than life entertainer. Boast World class action, Superb comedy,fast paced screenplay & emotions. @iTIGERSHROFF performs like a SUPER HERO. @Riteishd career best act,he is a surprise package. Ahmed Direction is brillant. Rating-â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸#Baaghi3Review pic.twitter.com/f3jug4vYpg â Sumit kadel (@SumitkadeI) March 6, 2020 That's a good rating then. #Baaghi3 is MIND-BLOWING High voltage action film with a blend of Romance & Emotions.@iTIGERSHROFF ROCKS in action scenes & he is Superstar in making. Superb performance by @ShraddhaKapoor . Excellent BGM , Direction,Screenplay .#Baaghi3Review RATINGS â­â­â­â­ pic.twitter.com/x4qFWkx0rO â BollywoodXpress (@Prashanth13G) March 6, 2020 That's a lot. Full entertainer movie of the year complete #BAAGHI3 #TIGERSHROFF With full of ACTION emotions and power packed performance Movie connection is extremely good First half is excellent Second half is also good One time watch and if you are tiger s fan so definitely don't miss pic.twitter.com/cbZn2twuYa â á´Êá´_Êá´sá´_á´á´É´ (@ADFFanclub24_) March 6, 2020 Hmm. Asi Movies bar bar daikhne ko nahi milti "#baaghi3 will make you laugh , will make you cry & will make you love your brother more. Climax will stun you .." pic.twitter.com/jkgFCQJzDw â Movie Corner (@MovieCorners) March 6, 2020 Tiger roars, apparently. Done #Baaghi3 Explosion @iTIGERSHROFF roars with his high voltage action scenes & he is just strom killed @Riteishd is innocent & in new shade just cool @ShraddhaKapoor sizzling & did with lots of naughty ness & super girl@khan_ahmedasas fab & holly scope action â Md Hussain S ð®ð³ (@ItsHusanyS) March 6, 2020 He's roaring. #baaghi3 Interval- OUTSTANDING. Tiger roars... â People's Opinion Poll (@0pinionPoll) March 6, 2020 Sure shot, apparently. First Review #Baaghi3 from UAE Censor Board. It is a typical masala entertainer which scores high on action and performances. With focus on entertainment, the film is, without a doubt, the best action film to come out of Bollywood in recent times. Sure Shot BLOCKBUSTER. â­â­â­â­ â Movie Corner (@MovieCorners) March 6, 2020 Okay, then. #Baaghi3 awesome action. @iTIGERSHROFF was fantastic. So was @Riteishd & @ShraddhaKapoor..All in all good movie. Worth a watch. â ricky (@rickyy206) March 5, 2020 Everything is getting praised. #OneWordReview...#Baaghi3 : BLOCKBUSTER. Rating: â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ Roller Coaster Ride of High octane Actions. @iTIGERSHROFF & @Riteishd power-packed act and chemistry+ Stunning action pieces + Emotions + ample thrills, twists, suspense Dear BO,get ready for the typhoon. #Baaghi3Review pic.twitter.com/WImMq9KfD9 â BAAGHI3 MANIA STARTED (@Being_Tigerr1) March 5, 2020 Why isn't there a single negative review? #OneWordReview...#Baaghi3 : BLOCKBUSTER Rating: â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ Escapist cinema at its best. Tigerâs power-packed act and chemistry + dazzling action pieces + stunning visual appeal + ample thrills, twists, suspense... Dear BO, get ready for the typhoon. #Baaghi3Review@iTIGERSHROFF pic.twitter.com/HyotkSPVHn â Official Vikash Kumar Verma (@Officialverma5) March 6, 2020 Oh wait, found it. First reaction reviews of #Baaghi3 are average..!! Overdose of action...Whole film filled with action..Plot is missing in the whole film. For action lovers it's a must watch..Please throw away the director Ahmed khan from this frenchaisi. He is not good director.#Baaghi3Review â Pavan K. (@pavankhedkar07) March 6, 2020 View the full article
  21. We have often heard celebrities, and people of notable popularity complain about how it becomes extremely difficult for them to go out in public, once they get their taste at stardom. Thanks to our fascination with all things celebrity and the ever-growing presence of Indian paparazzi no matter where one goes voyeurism into a celebs' life is a hard reality. © Viral Bhayani How do you suppose that the airport look or the gym look,for that matter, became such a huge thing? Although we as consumers arenât complaining, and neither are our favourites paps, Indian celebrities understandably, are. © Viral Bhayani Well, it turns out, that Tollywood star Mahesh Babu for one, has found the perfect way to blend in (sort of) with the crowd and lead a seemingly normal life, all thanks to his basic and very functional sense of style and fashion. © Viral Bhayani Recently, he was spotted in an outfit at the Mumbai airport in one of the most basic and easy going normcore outfit that we as Indian men have come to love - a solid coloured, buttoned shirt, paired with regular denim jeans and a pair of basic, black sneakers. © Viral Bhayani What really invokes stealth in the outfit, is his deliberate choice of accessories - an enormous cap, with a fairly large and protruding bill, or visor as it is also known. That, along with the chunky and overly sized pair of shades that he is wearing does give him that âtrying to avoid attentionâ look that he is going for. © Viral Bhayani With that being said, we feel that had Mahesh gone for a darker shade for the shirt, like something in black or Prussian blue, as opposed to the light yellow one that heâs wearing, it would not only looked more broody and mysterious, it would also have looked far better. © Viral Bhayani We absolutely love the understated black pair of Asics sneakers that heâs wearing. They sit perfectly well with the light washed blue denims that heâs wearing, and adds to the under the radar aesthetic that heâs aiming for. © Viral Bhayani Although not often considered a bona fide fashion icon, Mahesh surely does have his moments. Take a bow Mahesh, really, this was simplicity at its best. View the full article
  22. Rajesh is back in a fresh new episode with a fresh new name 'One Way Talks' and this time he has Zain and Shubham from Honest Reviews to take his revenge and ask some of the most asked questions from them. Watch Now! View the full article
  23. From Raaz to Raaz II and Raaz Reboot, Indian horror has been obsessed with fog and the winters in the hills. Our collective short sightedness, tempered with old school bollywood plots has taught us to never look at the demons that exist in our metro cities. Apart from apathy, depression and chaos, I mean. To find a horror plot in Mumbai is as difficult as finding a flat in the city, more so if your name resembles mine. Back in June 2011, an unusual incident hit the shores of Juhu Beach, Mumbai - cargo ship MV Wisdom found itself marooned, with not a soul on board for a good three weeks. In that time, now-director Bhanu Pratap Singh probably stopped on the shore to take a look - little did he know that nine years later, heâd be making a film based on this strange ship. Bhoot â Part One: The Haunted Ship is pretty much what it says on the tin - a story about a haunted ship, a ghost, and the promise of more neatly-packaged horror flicks from Karan Joharâs Dharma productions. Despite this being the companyâs first-ever venture into the genre, things seemed to have been planned out a while ago, when Karan Johar bought the title rights after Ram Gopal Varmaâs Bhoot hit theatres back in 2003. Dharmaâs venture into horror has reignited hope in the hearts of many star kids who probably thought their debut in Bollywood could only be through the SOTY series. © Dharma Productions Nevertheless, Vicky Kaushal leads the film through his performance as shipping officer Prithvi - who risks his life to save others, but perhaps only to keep his mind away from the guilt of losing his wife and daughter in an accident. Vicky is also under severe medication skipping which makes him hallucinate a range of things, a Filmfare Award for Uri not being one of those, just FYI. That forms for a fairly complex role for a horror film, particularly as Kaushal and the audiences are not able to understand whether the haunting are actually true or just a part of his elaborate hallucinations. The premise is also quite interesting for a horror flick - while it remains somewhat inspired by Hollywoodâs Ghost Ship, itâs a never-seen-before story in Bollywood. Pushkar Singhâs cinematography, paired with painstakingly crafted set design does a remarkable job of bringing the derelict shipâs corridors and decks to life. The background score and sound effects are also surprisingly authentic - the film sticks to stark, chilling sounds of metal and glass, further pulling us into the dark events that unfolded aboard Sea Bird. Makes us miss the good old Ramsay horror, to be honest. Looking at Indian horror without a Peepal tree and ugly prosthetics is very disappointing. © Dharma Productions But to satiate our Ramsay fetish, Bhoot has been laced up with predictable jumpscares, creepy dolls and other commonplace horror tropes heavily. In Ashutosh Rana and Akash Dharâs case, the audience found themselves laughing - it almost feels as if they were cast in a different film than the one Kaushal is in, leaving the entire effort resting on his shoulders. But thatâs the thing, the Indian audiences still flock to theatre to murmur amongst themselves and joke amongst themselves to really kill a horror movie. It seems as if Singh decided to settle on two ideas for the first half, focusing on meshing together a ghost story with a psychological drama. By the end of the second half, however, the script goes into a different sphere. Thereâs just too many loose ends to tie up at once, and the film stumbles towards an awkward exit by the time everythingâs clear. © Dharma Productions Fortunately, the psychological drama part of this film holds its own - we see Kaushal morph from a depressed, mourning father to a battered yet emotionally fulfilled man as he saves the day, redeeming himself. His moments of fear are realistic and believable, he matches and exceeds the physical demands of the action scenes and if anything, proves that if the producers are serious about Part Two, then they better focus on a tightly knit script that captures real psychological terrors the way that Kaushalâs character has. View the full article
  24. India's obsession with statues has only just begun and we're seeing structures and statues of various Gods come up in different parts of the country. At least, this time, though, the statues are of Gods and not of politicians and it's a bit of a relief, if not much. India's on a mission of creating the 'world's tallest statues', which began with the 182-metre tall statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, also known as the Statue of Unity, inaugurated in October 2018. © Twitter As of now, we don't have much clarity on the details and the construction of the Hanuman statue but we do know that the statue will be 10 feet shorter than Lord Rama's since Hanuman looked up to Rama and they both were inseparable. But other than that, we're not sure when the project will begin or what the eventual cost would be either. If you think this is the first statue of Lord Hanuman then you're mistaken. Currently, the tallest statue of Lord Hanuman is the Veera Abhaya Anjaneya Hanuman Swami, located in the Paritala town Near Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh which stands at a height of 41 meters. While the Hindu Gods are getting their cemented places in the country, a proposed 114-foot Jesus Christ statue, which was to be built in Harobele village of Karnataka's Kanakapura, a predominantly Christian locality, has been denied construction as many BJP leaders and several Hindu groups opposed it for it to be built. We're sure these statues will eventually serve their purpose of winning one race or the another to see which one is the tallest built God statute in the country. Meanwhile, here are people with some mixed feelings about the Hanuman Statue. I have one question: Build this, yes, please, but when are we allotting rationing for the hungry children and making govt schools more robust? Are we more into Dharm pooja or Karm pooja? â Ankush (@creatywitty) February 20, 2020Please don't use our tax money. Use it on children who need food and education. â Great King (of Cauvery delta) (@Mudi_raj1) February 20, 2020Great project, in fact Kishkinda is worth visiting place by Koppal in Karnataka. Namo has gotten complete staircase to the top, roofed to cover sun and rain ! I hv become subscriber of yr services, Jai sriram ! â Har Har Mahadev ! (@hindubangu) February 20, 2020Statue kyu nahi banaya muftkhori ki aadat hai dilli valo jo aese fijul kharchi karke hospitals school banva rahe hai Hamare yaha up me abhi deen dayalu ka statue bana hai phir abhi raam ka banega uske baad seeta ka phir hanuman ka phit laxman aese karte karte ham ek din vishguru â पाश (@crazysardaarr) February 19, 2020 View the full article
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