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  1. While India is on a roll from one scientific invention to the other, we have some kids from IIT Madras stealing the show! Elon Musk's Hyperloop Technology concept took an amazing spin when a team from IIT Madras competed in the Hyperloop Pod competition held every year and reached the finals, making them the only Asian team to do so! © YourStory If you're wondering what Hyperloop Technology actually is, it's an advanced technique that could revolutionise travel in the future. The concept was developed by Elon Musk back in 2013 through his space exploration firm called 'SpaceX' and since then, many companies and firms have been working on strengthening this technology. When the competition was held this year, a student team from IIT Madras made it to the finals after they developed a prototype Hyperloop pod called 'Avishkar Hyperloop' that would take 25 minutes to travel from Chennai to Bengaluru. © YouTube The competition had 1500 teams from all over the world who were trying to create the fastest 'pod' or a travelling vessel for the entire concept. Their aim was quite specific to build the pod though. All they had to keep in mind was that their pod attained the maximum speed and correspondingly it had comparative deceleration. Other than that, the participants were allowed to go as crazy creatively as they pleased. As 'Avishakar Hyperloop' are amongst the top 21 finalists, they'd be visiting the 'SpaceX' facility in California in July 2019 to test their prototype in a more relatable environment aka the hyperloop tunnel. © YourStory The IIT team from Madras has managed to develop an achievable prototype that will in all probability be a success as well. Suyash Singh, the founder and the head of the project claims that the pod will be able to achieve 400 to 450 KMPH during the finals and we're super ecstatic about it. The team consisting of graduates and PhD scholars has decided to use a linear induction motor, while the system will be backed by a high-power battery pack. As for the deceleration part, the team is planning on using pneumatic brakes. The pod also runs on four wheels in a single race track and at the final demonstration, the team will have to make the pod run within a one-mile-long vacuumed Hyperloop tunnel. But before the finals, the team will be allowed to test run it to make any final refinements a week prior to the actual event. "Laying the foundation for an indigenously developed hyperloop system for India will take a few years; only after that, will it be tested on the tracks. We believe the team has a long way to go and we expect the student team to be involved till the hyperloop competition is held." Ankit, the co-head of the project told a popular publication. © Facebook Team Avishkar Hyperloop Interestingly enough, all the other teams shortlisted for the finals are returning finalists, while India has made it in for the first time, without any other Asian country to compete with. The total budget for the Avishkar Hyperloop was Rs. 1 crore, which was mostly raised through crowdfunding, in-house funding and via tech companies. © Twitter Well, while we wonder if the world is really shrinking, we're really proud of team 'Avishkar Hyperloop' and we hope they do an astounding job in sunny California in July 2019.
  2. Christopher Henry Gayle, probably the best T20 batsman in the world, has once again proven why he owns that title. Opening his Indian Premier League campaign against Rajasthan Royals(RR) on Monday, Gayle of Kings XI Punjab(KXIP) bagged the man of the match award for playing a glorious knock of 79 runs in 47 balls, consisting of 4 sixes and 8 boundaries. Starting off slow and settling himself first was something new that we fans got to witness. Though many would say that he had a particular reason to do that, which was him needing a mere seven more runs to become the fastest person to reach 4000 IPL runs. But even after reaching that peak, he made sure that he played very carefully and didn't start firing straight-away. He took his time and once he was settled, he blasted in all directions of the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur. View this post on Instagram When friends reunite, expect ð¥ @sarfarazkhan97's #VIVOIPL best 46* and @chrisgayle333's 79 help @kxipofficial set @rajasthanroyals a target of 185. @stokesy picked up 2! #RRvKXIP A post shared by IPL (@iplt20) on Mar 25, 2019 at 9:23am PDT Chris Gayle and Mayank Agarwal shared a 56-run stand but soon after Agarwal departed, the Universe Boss switched to beast mode and was supported by young Sarfraz Khan on the other end. Despite Gayle getting caught by Rahul Tripathi on the ball of Ben Stokes, Sarfraz took the responsibility of his side and took them to a good total of 184 in their share of 20 overs. View this post on Instagram 25th Fifty in #VIVOIPL cricket for @chrisgayle333 ð¥ A 7th 1â£0â£0⣠may not be too far away ð #RRvKXIP A post shared by IPL (@iplt20) on Mar 25, 2019 at 8:31am PDT Irrespective of the controversial moments the game had, Chris Gayle became the second leading scorer in the IPL so far. And if he continues with the same form, there is no doubt that David Warner or anyone could stand in his path of grabbing the Orange Cap and becoming the leading scorer of the season.
  3. As the twelfth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) came calling with a scintillating contest between Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), the cricket fans geared up for multiple individual clashes that the opening match had to offer. While many were keen to witness the battle between 'Captain Cool' MS Dhoni and 'Captain Fearless' Virat Kohli, others were eager to see the contest between RCB's explosive batting line-up and CSK's experienced bowling unit. Amongst the key battles, there was one between Suresh Raina and the RCB skipper in the race to reach 5,000 runs in the IPL. Ahead of the IPL opener, Raina had amassed 4,985 runs in 3,601 balls (1167 dots, 1533 singles, 256 twos, 11 threes, 448 fours, 1 five and 185 sixes) in the tournament. He was just 15 runs shy of becoming the first player to score 5,000 IPL runs. Twitter/@IPL On the other hand, Kohli had scored 4,948 runs in 3,784 balls (1319 dots, 1575 singles, 266 twos, 11 threes, 435 fours and 178 sixes) in the IPL. While Raina looked in touching distance, Kohli needed 52 runs to achieve the unique feat. But, after Dhoni won the toss and asked RCB to bat first, many would have probably tipped the Indian captain to reach there first. But, contrary to popular perception, Kohli, akin to majority of his teammates, had a forgettable outing as he was sent back into the hut for just six runs. On a raging turner of a track at the MA Chidambaram stadium, perennial underachievers RCB were bowled out for a mere 70 runs. Twitter/@IPL With Kohli bottling his opportunity, all eyes were on Raina when he came out to bat in the third over. After surviving a run-out scare (thanks to Mohammad Siraj's fumble while collecting the ball), Raina tickled the ball towards fine leg for an easy single in the ninth over, etching his name in the history books as the first-ever player to complete 5,000 runs in the IPL. There it is, the magical 5000! What a player! Mr. IPL for reason! #ChinnaThala #WhistlePodu #Yellove #CSKvRCB ð¦ð pic.twitter.com/lyMtouHNlG — Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) March 23, 2019 Blessed & proud to cross #5000runs. Here's to many more victories with the team. Well done guys! @ChennaiIPL — Suresh Rainað®ð³ (@ImRaina) March 23, 2019 After achieving the milestone, Raina was dismissed in the very next over by Moeen Ali who got him caught at long-on. While he couldn't finish the game for Chennai who eventually won by seven wickets, Raina's latest achievement earned him a lot of plaudits from fans and pundits alike. 5000 runs for @ImRaina. He has been an #IPL legend. — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) March 23, 2019 Suresh Raina becomes the first batsman to score 5,000 runs in the history of IPL. First to score in IPL, 1,000 runs: Adam Gilchrist 2,000 runs: Suresh Raina 3,000 runs: Suresh Raina 4,000 runs: Virat Kohli 5,000 runs: Suresh Raina*#CSKvsRCB — Umang Pabari (@UPStatsman) March 23, 2019 Mr. IPL Rocks ⤠Proud of you @ImRaina — RAINA's SAKSHI ⤠(@SakshiRMishra) March 23, 2019 Raina... ððð Hope Raina will get his chance in WORLD CUP by his IPL performance — Call Me Johnny (@CallMeJohnny5) March 23, 2019 I want him to play in world cup, he is way better than Pant and DK in terms of experience.. I hope it happens @ImRaina — Aman@0305 (@Aman03051) March 23, 2019 Congratulations @ImRaina for scoring 5000 runs in @IPL Pure class in t20 for CSK..#CSKvRCB @ChennaiIPL #Raina — Chowkidar Vikas ð®ð³ (@VikasDarji_) March 23, 2019 Legendary!! Legendary!! Legendary!! — AKASH RAINAð¥ (@ImakashRaina) March 23, 2019
  4. The Indian Army is an epitome of true valour and righteousness, wherever it's needed. They're almost invincible yet dignified, ferocious and mighty, as well as compassionate. And we only believe these things because we always read about the great work they are doing, while protecting our borders. Recently, the Indian army marched towards another great feat by rescuing a pregnant woman , who was stuck in bad snow to deliver her babies. On the 8th of February, a villager from the same village as the pregnant woman called the company commander of the Thana Panar Camp at Bandipur and asked for help to take his wife Gulshana Begum to the hospital there. Due to Jammu & Kashmir's heavy snowfall, the man couldn't take his wife, since the roads were all blocked and the temperature fell to about minus seven degrees Celsius. The situation was so grave that the woman had to be rushed to the hospital and she couldn't waste any time. © Twitter Upon hearing about the situation at hand, the soldiers of Bandipur National Rifles reached the woman's house, braving bad road conditions and heavy snowfall. They carried her out on a stretcher for about 2.5 kms, before putting her in an army ambulance. © Twitter The men had already spoken to the required doctors before they even reached the hospital in Bandipur, just so there wouldn't be any time wasted and the woman could have a safe and healthy delivery. Fortunately, upon reaching the hospital on time and after some check-ups, it was confirmed the woman would be having twins. If it wasn't for the army's presence in the nick of time, she wouldn't have been able to even make it to the nearest hospital. © Twitter Indian Army as an organisation has been taken for granted beyond measure time and again, especially in Jammu and Kashmir where they are vigilant day and night about terrorist activities. The locals aren't very fond of the army and they definitely have unpleasant feelings towards them. But more often than not, the army goes out of its way to help the local, sizeable population in any way they can and they recognise the importance of an emergency and lack of help in some regions of J&K. That's why they're always there, fighting every cause. Here's to the Indian Army for always lending a helping hand to people when they need them. We're sure Gulshana Begum's twins will have something to thank the Indian Army about. Who knows they might join the ranks someday!
  5. Whenever we think about star kids, we think about the privileges and luxuries they get in life. "Oh, they have everything sorted for them, they have it so easy," is something we often hear people say. But, in all honesty, being born to a famous parent does not mean that the star kids are some mythical characters, who live in a parallel dimension or universe. They pretty much live a normal life, eat regular food and take the public transport, just like everyone else. Sounds impossible? Well, then maybe it's just Karan Deol, Sunny Deol's son who is living a regular life. View this post on Instagram #sunnydeol son #karandeol snapped at andheri- ghatkoapar metro ride. A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on Feb 4, 2019 at 8:20pm PST Karan Deol, who is making his Bollywood debut with 'Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas', was recently spotted travelling in the metro in Mumbai to reach the film's set. He was travelling on the Andheri-Ghatkopar route. His photos have since gone viral and people on social media have lost their calm. View this post on Instagram My eco friendly #hero @imkarandeol #teamppdkp #Repost @indotcom with @get_repost ã»ã»ã» A rather grounded @imkarandeol spotted in metro as headed off to the sets of his debut film - Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas! . . . . #Bollywood #indotcom #sunnydeol #karandeol #spotted #btown #actor A post shared by Nishant Mahendru (@nishmahendru) on Feb 5, 2019 at 11:41am PST From calling him the most handsome Deol in the family to praising him for his humility and for being grounded, people can't stop talking about the latest Deol on the block. View this post on Instagram Started #palpaldilkepaas on May 18, 2017 .. Karan's first day at shoot.. can't get enough.. my boy has grown big #love #blessings #actor #life #my #son #launched #gratitude #family #happiness #karandeol #ppdkp A post shared by Sunny Deol (@iamsunnydeol) on May 21, 2017 at 8:36pm PDT Karan's debut movie is being directed by none other than his father, Sunny Deol and the father-son duo has been reportedly shooting in and around Mumbai for quite some time. In 2017, Sunny announced the beginning of the film's shoot.
  6. It's pouring silver and gold for Indian athletes at Jakarta. There is no dearth of talent in India and the world is getting a taste of it at the Asian Games, with certain back to back victories in fields like shooting, wrestling, swimming and now badminton. In another historic victory, 23-year-old PV Sindhu has scripted history by becoming the first Indian woman shuttler to reach the women's singles final by defeating World No. 2 Akane Yamaguchi from Japan. © Twitter Reportedly, Sindhu clinched victory with a score of 21-17, 15-21, 21-10. She won the semi-finals by a margin of 11 points and finished the game in 66 minutes. Earlier, in 2016 Sindhu became the first Indian to reach the finals and win a silver medal at the Olympics and first from the country to reach two World Championship finals. © Twitter Sindhu will now fight for gold with World No.1 Tai Tzu Ying, who defeated Saina Nehwal by 17-21, 14-21. Saina will take home a bronze medal at the 18th Asian Games in Indonesia. Milestone achieved!@Pvsindhu1 becomes the first ð®ð³woman to secure a ð¥at the Asiad. A confident and boisterous display to seal the SF tie 21-17, 15-21, 21-10 against ð¯ðµ' s Yamaguchi in a thriller of a fixture. #GoForGold #IndiaontheRise #AsianGames2018 pic.twitter.com/rVFjJT7NMi — BAI Media (@BAI_Media) August 27, 2018 It is also the 1st time after 1982 Asiad that India will win singles medals in Badminton. Before the 18th Asian Games, India had won eight badminton medals and six of them are in team events and one in men's doubles and one in men's singles. With this, India's medal tally has now reached 37 - 7 gold, 10 silver and 20 bronze. Source: Hindustan Times
  7. I read somewhere that determination takes you places, excuses don't and I guess it's absolutely right. The world is primarily divided into two parts – one, that is great in getting things done and the other, that is brilliant in coming up with excuses. While most of us proudly move to the latter part of the world, there are some who stick with the former and turn out to be an inspiration for everyone. © Pexels If this wasn't true, then we wouldn't be talking about Walter Carr right now, whose dedication towards his work has left us speechless and has filled our hearts with respect for him. His efforts might mean nothing to some people, but what he did is not something everyone can do. In fact, if we find ever find ourselves in Walter's situation, most of us will probably not do what he did. © Twitter Walter recently joined a company that assists people in moving into their houses. On his first day at work, he was supposed to help his clients Jenny Lamey and her husband Chris, who stayed nearly 20 miles away from his house (FYI that's 32 km). Jenny lives in Homewood and Walter lives in Pelham, Alabama. But, a night before his first day at work, Walter's car broke down and he didn't know how he was going to get to work. But, Walter did not lose hope. He started walking around midnight and walked 32 km to reach the house on time on his first day at work. Moved by Walter's dedication, Jenny took to social media to share this inspiring story. This deserves 1000 retweets! Read this amazing story about Walter, a new bellhop in Birmingham. Major shoutout to the @PelhamPoliceAL officer who lended a helping hand. pic.twitter.com/eLgbAxg4uv — Bellhops (@BellhopsMoving) 15 July 2018 She wrote, “Walter said that he was supposed to help us with our move today. The officer proceeded to tell us that the previous evening, Walter's car broke down and he didn't know how he was going to get to work. So he left Homewood at MIDNIGHT and started WALKING to Pelham on 280. He WALKED ALL NIGHT.” The cops picked him up in the morning and took him to get breakfast and after knowing his story, brought him to Jenny's house. The couple asked if he wanted to take some rest, but he declined the offer and started working. Reportedly, when the company's CEO heard this news about his new employee, he was extremely proud of him and drove to Walter and gifted him a 2014 Ford Escape as a reward. We guess, hard work does pay off and the reward sure is great. Source: Inquirer
  8. People that were evacuated from the two villages of Kefraya and al-Foua walk near buses, after a stall in an agreement between rebels and Syria's army, at insurgent-held al-Rashideen, Aleppo, Syria, April 15, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar...
  9. The word poverty conjures many images for us, all mostly depicting anguish, and hardships. Broken roofs, struggle for a square meal, and constant fights for a better life; that's why success stories appear much more meaningful when someone rises from the depths of despair, to make it big in life. We love a lot of footballers for their game, but when we read about the hardships they rose from, our respect for them grows even more. Here are the five superstars who grew up playing barefoot because they couldn't afford two meals a day, let alone football studs: 1. Alexis Sanchez © Reuters Alexis plays with a fire in his belly that defenders find hard to extinguish. Alexis grew up in the remote Chilean town of Tocopilla. As a kid, his swift footwork earned him the nickname Dilla (Ardilla means a squirrel in Chile). Alexis' father left the family before he was born, and even as a school-goer he had to work really hard to support his family. He washed cars, participated in street boxing bouts, and even performed acrobatics in front of the public to earn money, until he realized that football could be the answer to their poverty. 2. Zlatan Ibrahimovic © Reuters Just a week ago, during the England vs Sweden quarter-finals at the World Cup, Zlatan made a bet with his multi-millionaire friend David Beckham. If England would beat Sweden, he would buy him anything from Ikea. Today, Zlatan can afford to place such bets but his childhood was starkly contrasting. Born to an alcoholic father, he had a tough childhood that was spent in a ghetto in Rosengard. He admits that he frequently stole money as a child, but that very ghetto became the place where he learned the tricks that he is so famous for today. 3. Angel Di Maria © Reuters From being transferred in exchange for 35 footballs by his boyhood club, to the 65 million pounds that Man United paid for him in 2014, Di Maria has come a long way. He was born to a coal-mine worker and shared a small room with his 2 siblings. His father was a gifted footballer too, but could never pursue a career due to a knee injury. Di Maria started playing barefoot in the streets because his father didn't make enough to afford boots, a fact that saddened his father a lot. His poor childhood has made him a calm and composed person, unlike many other party-animal footballers. 4. Luis Suarez © Reuters One of the most prolific strikers of this decade, Suarez endured both a poor and a rough childhood. He grew up in the nasty neighbourhoods of Montevideo. Despite the crime around, he managed to sustain his love for football and played barefoot every single day. Suarez's surroundings made him emotionally vulnerable, a sign that he still displays at times. But an encounter with Sofia Balbi, his now wife, made him much more focused towards the game. 5. Cristiano Ronaldo © Reuters Arguably one of the best players of all times, Cristiano Ronaldo's childhood is what has made him so tough, determined, and destined for greatness. His family was so poor that he was almost aborted by his mother, a fact she confessed in her biography. As a child, he lived in a congested room that he shared with his mother and two sisters. Self-respect was and is still one of the hallmarks of this great, and it is what cost him a place in his school. He threw a chair at a teacher who insulted him. Following the rustication, he had to work to earn money at the age of 14, but a call from Sporting Lisbon changed his life. Today, he's worth $400 million.
  10. Serbia´s Novak Djokovic returns against Spain´s Rafael Nadal during the continuation of their men´s singles semi-final match on the twelfth day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships. Photo: AFP LONDON: Novak Djokovic reached his fifth Wimbledon...
  11. Nawaz Sharif and Maryam at Abu Dhabi airport. Photo: Maryam Nawaz/Twitter LAHORE: A week after having been convicted in the Avenfield properties reference, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, along with daughter Maryam, is expected to return to...
  12. Relatives see off former first daughter Maryam Nawaz as she leaves for the airport to return to Pakistan along with her father Nawaz Sharif. ? Geo NewsISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam...
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