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  1. If you're the kind of person who loves to pose and show off your #IWokeUpLikeThis face to the rest of the world, or the kind of person who just loves pouting #ForTheGram, you definitely need to hear this. Tyra Banks is all set to open Modelland, a 21,000-square-foot ticketed theme park at the Santa Monica shopping mall in 2019. The theme park comes straight out of her 2010 novel, 'Modelland' about her experiences in the modelling industry. Now she wants to share those experiences and make them accessible to everyone in a more tangible way. "Now with Modelland, I'm taking it 10 steps forward, giving people the opportunity to engage with the elusive world by opening it up to everyone, Men, women, families, all generations can come and enter this modelworld for a day, have a fun shopping experience, and an eventful meal. This will be the first of many.” Banks said in an interview with WWD. According to the WWD interview, this park is going to have: interactive entertainment around the modelling experience, curated retail which means a lot to shop, user-generated content that can be shared like new ways to pose, a place where visitors can “be the dream version of themselves” and clothing designed by Hollywood costume designers that you can wear. Sounds like a dream right?
  2. In the ever-competitive era of cricket, the gentleman's game has witnessed numerous changes. From the advent of new shots by batsmen to the cunning variations of bowlers, cricket as a sport continues to evolve with time. But, 'sun strike' was a term that was not really heard of in cricketing circles (at least not at the international level). In first of its kind, the 1st ODI between India and New Zealand witnessed the so-called 'sun strike' that halted play at the McLean Park in Napier. After reducing the Kiwis to a 157-run total, a strong batting side like India was not really going to fall behind in their run-chase. But, the loss of Rohit Sharma (11) in the 10th over surely got the hosts interested. In the 11th over, Shikhar Dhawan was on strike, facing Lockie Ferguson who started off with a wide. But, before the Kiwi pacer could right his wrong, the sun had its say. With the sunlight straight into the eyes of the batsman, the umpires decided to halt play before the players went off the field. Meanwhile in Napier...#NZvIND pic.twitter.com/3p5j18O3hg — ICC (@ICC) January 23, 2019 "The setting sun is directly in the eyes of the batsmen. So we got to consider the safety of the players, umpires. So we have decided to suspend play until conditions improve. This is the first time in my 14 years that I have seen something like this happen on a cricket field. Good news is we have 30 minutes extra time. We are hoping to be back in 30 minutes and it will still be a 50-over game," umpire Shaun Haig explained. After a brief hold up, the players got back on the field and cricketing action resumed. 'Sun strike' interrupting play is quite common at the McLean Park as it was observed during a Super Smash - New Zealand's domestic T20 competition - fixture earlier in January. While some were still coming to terms with the 'sun strike', other cricket fans made full use of the unexpected break by creating hilarious memes that thronged the social media. Wait! What? Play has been stopped due to sun outrage, never imagined I'd be writing, Sun stops play. #INDvsNZ pic.twitter.com/ut67UWY0qX — unlettered (@i_am_seeking) January 23, 2019 pic.twitter.com/WPIku4d9YX — Bevan Morgan (@bevan_morgan) January 23, 2019 Cricbuzz reporting play suspended in NZ because of 'sun outrage '. What exactly is going on 250 million km away? — Ric Finlay (@RicFinlay) January 23, 2019 Hritik jadu ko bula rha h. Sb theek ho jayega ð#NZvIND pic.twitter.com/KFud23WKld — Prince ð®ð³ (@iPrince55) January 23, 2019 Time for a Nana nap in Napier !! ððð — ð³à¤°à¤¾à¤à¤¸à¥à¤¥à¤¾à¤¨à¥ मà¥à¤°à¥à¤à¤¾ð ð®ð³ (@PmDeshma) January 23, 2019 It's called SUN-STRIKEð¤£ð¥ — Abhanshi Kumari (@imAbhAnshi) January 23, 2019 #NZvIND Worrying to see that sun has stopped play. Once play resumes, hopefully, India will quickly finish this game before moon stops play. — M.S.D.The cricketer (@khimjiahir75) January 23, 2019 In this condition umpires can go with street rules play only one side,if strike change then batsman have to come take strike those side — Er Santosh Kandpal (@santoshkandpal9) January 23, 2019 Jadoo ko bulao. — Aji Sunte ho ð®ð³âï¸ (@kingslayer112) January 23, 2019 Meanwhile cricket fans pic.twitter.com/MhQR6dexur — Dexter (@meetdspartan) January 23, 2019 @henrygayle is always ahead of his time ð pic.twitter.com/hbQP3QKGjF — Lord Commander (@Holdthedoor19) January 23, 2019
  3. For a really long time, the world of cricket remained unfazed by the concept of fitness, which continued to be a prerequisite for athletes plying their trade in other sports. Cricketers, in the past, were more concerned and focussed on honing their techniques and skills which meant that fitness took a back seat. But, modern-day cricket is no longer the same. The likes of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers introduced a breed of cricketers who were not only technically sound and skilful, but also physically fit to carry out the chores on the field. The new-age cricketer is electric on the field, runs hard between wickets and pulls off blinders - all that seemed impossible for the previous generations. But, while international cricket has witnessed the modern-day cricketers setting new standards in the sport, there are some players who still back their cricketing skills over fitness. Afghanistan opener Mohammad Shahzad is the one that belongs to the latter category. © Twitter Earlier this year, the Afghanistan cricketer was mocked and drew a lot of flak for his comments regarding the fitness concerns over his game. "I work a lot on my fitness but I don't compromise on food). You want me to have a fitness routine like Kohli, it is not possible, but I am working on it (losing weight). I can hit bigger sixes than Kohli, so why do I need to follow his diet?" he had said. While many laughed at him, others wasted no time in taking a dig at his 'beer belly'. But, for a man who was deemed unfit to play in Australia in Afghanistan's first-ever ICC World Cup appearance, Shahzad silenced all the naysayers and shattered all the pre-conceived notions on the back of a blistering hundred against India in the ongoing 2018 Asia Cup. On 25th September, Afghanistan and India were gearing up for the Super Four clash which held no serious effect on either side in the tournament going forward. India had already secured their berth in the final and Afghanistan were out of the tournament. But, the so-called inconsequential game had a bearing on how we saw the sport. © Twitter Opening the innings for his side, Shahzad took charge of the proceedings right from the word go and took the inexperienced Indian pace attack to the cleaners. Making the powerplay his personal playtime, the right-hander raced his way to fifty in just 37 deliveries to ensure Afghanistan romped their way to 57 runs in nine overs. If his domination early on sent the Indian seamers ducking for cover, Shahzad's rampant run, at the later stage, cut a sorry figure for the opposition spinners. He blazed away against seam and spin in a merciless assault. When the bowlers bowled on the stumps, he used slog sweep to dispatch them over the fence, and once the ball was bowled wide of the stumps, the Afghan didn't miss out on sending them over cover for glorious boundaries. Even as the wickets kept on falling at the other end, Shahzad's blitzkrieg didn't stop, as he notched up a well-deserved hundred in 88 deliveries. His fine knock eventually came to an end in the 38th over after he holed out to long-off in a bid to smash a six. Shahzad's whirlwind of an innings was restricted to 124 runs that included 11 fours and seven sixes. It was his 5th ODI hundred and first against India. He also overtook Faf du Plessis (120 runs) to become the highest run-getter in an ODI inning against India. © Twitter Shahzad attacked 60 per cent of the balls he faced in his innings with a boundary percentage of 19 per cent - something that's more than his career average of 45 per cent and 12 per cent respectively for the two metrics listed above. His blistering innings was an exhibition of clean hitting - one that shows why he values power over fitness. On Tuesday, standing at 5 feet 8 inches and weighing over 90kg, none of the fitness concerns that surrounded Shahzad mattered. So what if he cannot run as quickly as Kohli, Dhoni or ABD? Shahzad's knock proved that he can adequately make up for it by hitting the ball long and clean. The man's philosophy of 'stand and deliver' - just like Virender Sehwag - cannot be overlooked, not after what he did to the Indian bowlers in Dubai.
  4. What is it that constitutes the 'perfect deodorant'? Well, the answer to that varies depending on each individual's specific needs - if one person is finding it difficult to combat body odour, another is fighting it out with perspiration. But these problems trouble all of us. And so, the importance of choosing the best deodorant for yourself cannot be stressed enough. We at MensXP completely understand this need and so here is a carefully curated list of the best Park Avenue deodorants for men out there that will not only put an end to your body odour and perspiration woes, but will also do so in a cost-effective manner. Check Out The Best Park Avenue Deodorants For Men That Will Freshen Up Your Day 1. Park Avenue Regal Deodorant, 150ml © Amazon The perfect combination of woody and citrus fragrances reinforced with musky notes, this Park Avenue Regal deodorant is 100% liquid with no gas at all - making it perfect for those who have to contend with long days at work. Enriched with an array of aromatic natural oils, it promises to last for up to 12 hours without letting you down. MRP: Rs.188 Buy it here 2. Park Avenue Voyage Signature Deodorant, 235 ml © Amazon The name gives most of it away, but there's still much more packed in this Park Avenue mega pack deodorant than meets the eye. With a staggering 235ml bottle available at such a minuscule price, this makes for one of the best budget deodorants out there. In addition to the invigorating notes of mandarin and amber, this deodorant also boasts of an antibacterial formula that helps combat body odour and is suitable for all skin types. MRP: Rs. 224 Buy it here 3. Park Avenue Storm Deo, 150 ml © Amazon One of the most pocket-friendly deodorants for men out there, this Storm variant from Park Avenue comes infused with the refreshing fragrance of ylang and spicy clove notes. Suitable for those with sensitive skin, it also has antibacterial properties that make it a favourite amongst most Indian men. MRP: Rs.159 Buy it here 4. Park Avenue Tranquil Deodorant, 150 ml © Amazon This Park Avenue Tranquil deodorant for men promises to make you feel as calm as the ocean, even in times of stress. The fragrance is entwined with rosewood and citrus and stays on for long hours. A reliable investment, you won't be risking anything if you decide to opt for this affordable variant. MRP: Rs. 149 Buy it here 5. Park Avenue Neo Deodorant, 140 ml © Amazon Another variant from Park Avenue's Signature collection, Neo is a blend of aromatic notes of fougere that will make you stay fresh and active throughout the day. Many men swear by this deodorant, and the cherry on the top happens to be its minimal price, making it an all-around winner! MRP: Rs. 179 Buy it here 6. Park Avenue Good Morning Electric Deodorant, 110 g © Amazon Crafted with the unique fragrances of patchouli and mandarin, this men's deo is sure to make you stand out from the crowd. It's twice as powerful as other regular aerosols, and happens to be perfect for evening wear. With all of that in the same package, this deodorant makes for a complete steal at its affordable price. MRP: Rs. 146 Buy it here 7. Park Avenue Cool Blue Deodorant, 100 g © Amazon Finally, we have one of Park Avenue's most trusted deodorants. This Cool Blue variant will transport you to a beach vacation with its citrusy fragrance. Infused with an advanced formula that keeps bad bacteria away, this deodorant will stay by your side through your toughest battles with body odour, as loyal as any friend could ever be. MRP: Rs. 199 Buy It here
  5. Remember the 'Jurassic Park' film series? It features an amusement park where extinct dinosaurs are genetically cloned and bred. If you thought the movie is too ahead of its time, think again. A university in Russia is gearing up for the opening of a Jurassic Park-style cloning facility for extinct animals. The new Jurassic Park style facility will be a 'world class paleo-genetic scientific hub' in the world's coldest city, Yakutsk. The project currently has a budget of almost US$ 6 million and the project further project details shall be made public at the 4th Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia. © MovieMania Working together with the South Korean SOOAM Biotech Research Foundation, Russian scientists from the Northern-Eastern Federal University will reportedly study the DNA and genetics of several extinct species once native to the area. According to experts, the centre will aim "to study extinct animals from living cells and to restore such creatures as the woolly mammoth, woolly rhinoceros, cave lion and breeds of long-gone horses". © North-Eastern Federal University Using tissue samples extracted from Siberian permafrost, the scientists seek to study animals that went extinct many thousands of years ago and, if possible, bring them back to life. The extremely low temperatures in the Siberian region have helped in preserving the soft tissue of animal remains and the DNA that the tissue cells contain. Though, extracting viable DNA would still be challenging as DNA tends to degrade over time. © Flickr Expert Dr Lena Grigorieva – who drafted plans for the centre – said: “There is no such unique material anywhere else in the world.” If the cloning and breeding are successful, there are plans for the species to roam free in Siberia's Pleistocene Park. The Yakutia district houses about 80 percent of the retrieved Pleistocene and Holocene animal samples. Even Harvard University geneticist Professor George Church might plan to inset woolly mammoth genes into an Asian elephant embryo by 2020. © Reuters Last year, scientists hit a gold mine of two perfectly preserved cave lion cubs that are reported to be 12,000 years old. As of now, there is no official date on when the lab and experiments shall commence from, but the Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to unveil the plan next week. Via: The Inquirer
  6. South Korean ousted leader Park Geun-hye arrives at a court in Seoul, South Korea, August 25, 2017. Photo: Reuters 1SEOUL: A South Korean court sentenced former president Park Geun-hye to eight more years in prison on Friday after finding her...
  7. KARACHI: An investigation committee, headed by Deputy Commissioner Ahmed Ali Siddiqui, Thursday visited Askari Amusement Park to probe the swing accident.A 16-seat ride named 'Monster' had fallen apart on Sunday night at the Askari Park, killing...
  8. KARACHI: An investigative committee under Deputy Commissioner Ahmed Ali Siddiqui on Thursday visited Askari Amusement Park to probe the swing accident.A 16-seater ride named 'Monster' had fallen apart on Sunday night at the Askari Park, killing...
  9. An image of the collapsed swing. Photo: Geo News screengrabKARACHI: A case has been registered regarding the incident of the collapse of a swing at the Askari Amusement Park in the metropolis's Sabzi Mandi area.A 16-seater ride named 'Monster' had...
  10. On Sunday night, a teenage girl was killed and more than 16 others were injured when a swing collapsed in an amusement park on the city's University Road. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: A swing at an amusement park in the metropolis's Sabzi Mandi area...
  11. KARACHI: Multiple notable people took to social media to condemn the incident, offering prayers, urging authorities to question those responsible, and take adequate action. "Saddened to hear about the accident at Askari Amusement Park...
  12. Seven out of 14 critically endangered black rhinos died after being moved to a new reserve in southern Kenya, wildlife officials admitted on Friday, July 13, 2018. Photo: AFP NAIROBI: Seven out of 14 critically endangered black rhinos died after...