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  1. Following the partition of British India in 1947, Pakistan and India have struggled consistently to see eye to eye. From cross-border tensions to varied political stands of their respective governments, the two neighbouring countries have developed one of the fiercest rivalries on the planet. And, there has been no respite in recent times either. Whether it was the 2008 Mumbai attacks or the dastardly Pulwama attacks last year, India and Pakistan almost came to the brink of war with subsequent air-strikes and aerial combats between the neighbouring countries in 2019. The intervening months only deepened the perennial enmity and the standoff between India and Pakistan continues. The tumultuous relations between the two nations have further transcended across sports. Owing to the severed bilateral ties, both India and Pakistan continue to deny their respective sports teams from visiting each other for numerous tournaments. But, India finds itself in a peculiar situation after an 'unofficial' team reportedly reached Pakistan for the upcoming Kabaddi World Cup. #KabbadiWC starts today Captains with trophy pic.twitter.com/6BKE7UcW4T â Kabaddi World Cup (@KabaddiWorldCup) February 9, 2020 According to media reports, the Punjab Kabaddi Association (PKA) has allegedly sent nearly 60 kabaddi players to Pakistan, the host nation for this year's edition of the World Cup that began on 9th February. Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, on 10th February, clarified that no permission was sought to send kabaddi players to Pakistan for the coveted tournament. Tejinder Singh Midukheda, vice-president of Punjab Kabaddi Association revealed that the association had received an invitation from the Pakistan Kabaddi Federation for the competition. "These players have gone to play the Kabaddi match in their individual capacity. The permission was not required as they were not representing the country" Midukheda was quoted as saying by India Today. ????? ???? ???? ?? 2020 pic.twitter.com/860JN6Obnv â Kabaddi World Cup (@KabaddiWorldCup) February 6, 2020 Interestingly, the posters of Pakistan's Kabaddi World Cup shows India among the 10 participating nations. Moreover, the team, comprised of Amritpal Singh Ninni, Amritpal Singh, Arshdeep Singh, Gurlal Ghanaur, Kuldeep Singh, Malwinder Singh, Navjot Singh, Tarinder Singh, Vinay, Ravi Parkas and Deepak, which won its opening game against Germany on 10th February was seen donning the jersey that had the word 'India' inscribed on it. India beat Germany by 62/28 in Kabaddi World Cup here in Punjab stadium Lahore #IndvGer #KabaddiWC2020 pic.twitter.com/PkcsG3EGsl â Kabaddi World Cup (@KabaddiWorldCup) February 10, 2020 The Pakistan federation has also demanded an investigation into why the unauthorised players from India were being treated as the official Indian team. The latest developments further suggest that Pakistan Amateur Circle Kabaddi Federation (PACKF) has adjusted Indian players in the teams other participating nations like Australia, England and Canada. Team India enjoying stay at Lahore #KabaddiWorldCup pic.twitter.com/UOs3JHFj9G â Indian Kabaddi Team (@KabaddiIndia) February 10, 2020 Muhammad Sarwar, PACKF secretary-general, told TOI on the phone that Indian passport holders have been included in these teams who had initially travelled to Pakistan for the World Cup with only a handful of players. On the other hand, Justice SP Garg (retired), administrator of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI), has denied giving permission to any team to go to Pakistan for the tournament. Team India doing March Past at the opening ceremony of Kabbadi Worldcup 2020#KabaddiWorldCup pic.twitter.com/5ATvElOa0i â Indian Kabaddi Team (@KabaddiIndia) February 9, 2020 âNo permission was ever granted by AKFI to any team to go to Pakistan and play any kabaddi match there. We came to know about it only after information was sought. AKFI does not support any such activity. Legal action may be taken,â Garg said in a statement. âWe had got the invitation for this event last year. Players have played in such tournaments individually and on their own.â Harpreet Singh Baba, coach of the team India #KabaddiWC2020 â Indian Kabaddi Team (@KabaddiIndia) February 10, 2020 Harpreet Singh Baba, coach of the alleged Indian kabaddi team, told Indian Express: "Each of us had applied for visa individually and the team was named India since the tournament is called the World Cup. If there was any objection from the Ministry of External Affairs, sports Ministry, Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI) or Punjab Kabaddi Federation, they should have stopped us from coming here. We have come here on a valid visa. Most of these players have played across the world as individuals in various events". First ever #KabaddiWorldCup which begin in #Pakistan on Sunday came into controversy after Amateur Kabaddi Federation if India denied to have sent any Indian Kabaddi team to Pakistan to participate in the event. Sarvar Bhatt General Secretary from Pakistan also raised finger.1/3 pic.twitter.com/G9oHAT5za1 â Ravinder Singh Robin ?????? ???? ??????????? ???? (@rsrobin1) February 9, 2020 The first-ever Kabaddi World Cup hosted by Pakistan has a prize money of one crore (Pakistan rupees). The tournament kicked off at Punjab Stadium in Lahore on 9th February. The matches will also be played on 12th, 13th and 14th February in Faisalabad and Gujarat. The all-important Kabaddi World Cup final will take place on 16th February in Lahore. View the full article
  2. In an unprecedented move, the United Nations released a shocking report on alleged human rights violations in Kashmir and sought international inquiry into these abuses. The report primarily focuses on violations from July 2016 to April 2018. © Reuters “In responding to demonstrations that started in 2016, Indian security forces used excessive force that led to unlawful killings and a very high number of injuries,” the report said. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein met with representatives of both the Indian and Pakistan governments to seek unconditional access to controlled areas following the death of Burhan Wani in July 2016. His request was denied by both governments and his office began remote monitoring of the abuses in the build up to producing the report on Kashmir. © Reuters "It is essential that the Indian authorities take immediate and effective steps to avoid a repetition of the numerous examples of excessive use of force by security forces in Kashmir," Zeid was quoted as saying. While the report is heavily gunned towards the Indian side, it also points to “a range of human rights abuses in Azad Jammu and Kashmir”. It has been estimated that at least 145 people have died in the clashes in two years, outnumbering those who have been killed by militant groups in the valley. Despite these numbers the Indian government has been on the offensive and only recently agreed to a ceasefire which didn't even last 24 hours. © Reuters Even though the report could have far reaching consequences for the Modi led government in the lead up to 2019 general elections, most of his core base still firmly believes in an offensive-defence policy to handle the Pakistani misadventures in Kashmir. Overall, the report will not go down well for India on international platforms and with the UN Human Rights chief calling for a Commission of Inquiry for independent international investigation into human rights violations in Kashmir, India would have a diplomatic challenge for the first time to defend it's stance on Kashmir.
  3. Crypto currency Ethereum tokens (Ethers) have reached $1,000 on multiple major exchanges for the first time ever. This is an all-time high and the result of a multiple-day rally. The total market capitalization of others currently available is now $100 billion. One week ago, Ether was trading at USD 752. Since then, it has seen a surge of about 40 percent in its valuation. For the major part of December, the value of one Ether was swinging between USD 700 and USD 800. It is currently the third-largest cryptocurrency by market value, after being dethroned by another altcoin, Ripple's XRP, last week. Its market capitalization shot above $100 billion for the first time Thursday, according to Coinmarketcap data. © ETHNews Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin said in a blog post-Tuesday that the non-profit foundation that oversees the blockchain network was launching two new subsidy programs to support research into the scalability and development of the distributed ledger. Distributed ledgers store vast amounts of transactions on a decentralized network of computers. Ethereum also runs on a blockchain, also maintained by miners. But unlike the Bitcoin blockchain, Ethereum is designed specifically to carry out “smart contracts,” which are automated agreements for an exchange of value. (also called “scripting.”) Smart contracts are a way to cut the middleman out of financial transactions; a network of nodes carry out agreements by independently verifying them. The Ethereum blockchain not only records every ether transaction, but also the most up-to-date form of every smart contract. © Ehtereum Founder Vitalik Buterin, Picture by TechCrunch Banking giants have also increasingly looked to Ethereum for another set of solutions. In mid-December, a group of financial companies including UBS, Credit Suisse, and Barclays announced plans to test the Ethereum blockchain in the hopes of making it easier to meet new European Union reporting standards under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II. Ripple, however, has overshadowed Ethereum's recent rise, with the former cryptocurrency now ranking as the second largest by market capitalization, according to CoinMarketCap—outranking Ethereum's $100 billion value by nearly $40 billion. © YouTube The largest cryptocurrency by market cap, Bitcoin, is down on the day, having dropped from its week's high of $15,393, according to CoinDesk's Bitcoin Price Index (BPI). Bitcoin has mostly traded sideways over the last week, with prices staying in the $13,000 to $14,000 range interrupted briefly with a drop to nearly $12,000 on Dec. 30.
  4. Almost every 90s kid will remember Sinead O' Connor's raspy rendition of Prince's iconic track, ‘Nothing Compares 2 U'. Connor, a four-time Grammy nominee, rose to fame with her debut album, ‘The Lion and The Cobra' which released back in the 1980s. Connor, a legend of her time, challenged established norms and notions. Connor was always one to take a strong stance. We remember her for that, and the tremendous contribution she made to music. © YouTube Yet, today, we find ourselves shaken by a video released by the singer, on her Facebook page. The video is a cry for help. The video is an act of desperation. The video is about Sinead O' Connor revealing that she is alone, suicidal and living in a motel. But, wait. No. it's actually much, MUCH more than that. And let's retract how we're all calling it “a cry for help”. Yes, she's crying. But, why is she crying? Is she crying because she's depressed? Yes. That's obvious. Is she crying because she's alone? Yes, she is. Is she crying because she needs help? Sure. But, she is crying, above all else, because mental health is bloody real and nobody fucking GETS IT! That is why she is really crying, above all else. Don't misunderstand. Sinead is a very strong woman; even if it's just in spirit. It takes a LOT for a celebrity to come out in the open about the harsh realities of life. Sinead is sad, alone and depressed and yet, she decided to come out and talk. How many really do that? The most we get is a shocking announcement, usually on an otherwise, regular morning, about the sad demise of a star who burned bright—almost too bright—and then, went out. Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington are only two very recent and shocking examples. Sinead O' Connor is NOT them. Sinead O' Connor is a strong-spirited woman who is maybe just one of millions, as she repeatedly says in her video; but, she is definitely the one in millions who is choosing to speak up about her condition, as well as, publicly call out the people who have abandoned her just because she made a few mistakes in her life. © Billboard No one deserves to be alone; no one. It doesn't matter what you did, or didn't do. You could be the worst parent; the worst child; the worst sibling or the worst human being. But, you do not deserve to be alone, especially when you need help. The world we live in today is never how we expect it to be. And so, we set ourselves up to try and stay non-expectant of most things. But, we're only human. We crave connection. And when we're disconnected from the world we are in, we lose sight of things. That's a driving force. It can drive you mad. It can drive you over the edge. And then, what's the point of calling someone family if they're not there for you when you need them most? What's the point of friends when they can't keep you from falling over the edge? What's the point of being revered by millions when you don't even have one that you can count on? At the end you're just alone and lonely with no one by your side and what's the point of that, really? No one would ever want to live that way. No, I'm not justifying suicide, at all. But, all we need is one reason. No one willingly wants to die if they can help it. Know this. But, if you feel like there is no reason to hang on, you become just as vulnerable and susceptible to failure. © Picthfork Sinead has been contemplating suicide for the past 2 years. Only because she sees reason enough to stay put, to hang in and to hope. This is a resort. Sinead is not giving up. She is holding on. And that's what her video is really about. It's about giving no fucks about what anybody, including her family members and so-called friends might think of her actions. It's about putting her own pain and insecurities aside and doing what needs to be done—reaching out; to her family, to her fans and to a million others who are going through something similar. It's her way of telling people that she is “one of millions” and she gets it. It's her way of saying she's in this and she's fighting and so should you. It's not about giving up and ending it all. It's about hanging on and fighting on; moving the **** forward! It's about saying **** you to the expectations and the judgments made by others and doing what you have to do to survive and fight back. It's about calling out the bullshit for exactly what it is—your family turning their backs on you, friends who never really existed to begin with and the fact that you‘ve done some questionable things in the past that you continue to be punished for. Sinead O' Connor's public declaration is strong, spirited and a lesson for the millions who are going through the same things, in different ways. It's a message that tells you not to give up. So, don't.
  5. Photo: File Monsoon currents are reaching eastern and upper parts of country on Monday and likely to stay there during the next few days, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) said. Rain and thunderstorm (with few heavy falls) are expected at scattered places in Kashmir, Hazara, Rawalpindi, Gujranwala, Lahore, Faisalabad, Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), and Islamabad today (Monday). Isolated places in Malakand, Peshawar, Mardan, Kohat, Sargodha and Sahiwal divisions are also expected to receive downpour in the next 24-hours. Hot and humid weather is expected in most parts of the country, the PMD said. Weather on Sunday Rain and thunderstorm occurred at scattered places in upper Punjab, upper Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Islamabad, FATA, Mirpurkhas and Kashmir and at isolated places in Quetta, Kalat and Gilgit-Baltistan on Sunday. The weather remained hot and humid in other parts of the country in the past 24 hours. Total rainfall (mm) during the last 24 hours KP: Malamjabba 87, Parachinar 18, Risalpur 08, Kakul 04, Kohat 03, Saidu Sharif 02, Kalam 01, Punjab: Sargodha (AP 11, city 07), Sialkot 10, Lahore (City 05, AP 02), Murree, Islamabad, Faisalabad 01, Sindh: Diplo 56, Islamkot 44, Nagarparker 42, Chachro 22, Daheli 08, Kaloi 03, Kashmir: Muzaffarabad 11, Garhi Dupatta 03, Balochistan: Khuzdar, Barkhan 02, GB: Bagrote 01. Yesterday's highest maximum temperatures Nokkundi, Dalbandin, Chillas 44°C, Dadu, Rahimyarkhan, Sukkur, Larkana 42°C.
  6. Amongst the playing nations who were tipped as favourites, India is arguably the only team which is still in the race to win the ICC Champions Trophy this year. The Men in Blue have fired on all cylinders to win two out of their three group games in the tournament, maintaining their reputation as top contenders. Beginning their title defence with an astounding win over arch-rivals Pakistan, the Indian side showed their intent and fired warning shots to their opponents. But, in their second group match, Virat Kohli's men got a wake-up call against a resilient Sri Lankan brigade that silenced the Indian bowling unit with a brilliant batting display. © Reuters While their loss against an inexperienced Lankan team surely surprised all, those who began questioning India's form and chances in the tournament were soon forced to eat their words following a convincing win for the Kohli side against the nervy South Africans. In a tournament where teams like Australia and New Zealand struggled to find the right balance and adapt to the conditions, the Indian team didn't just tick those boxes, but also managed to keep their feet on the ground. Such has been their form that even before their semifinal tie against Bangladesh, India had already been tipped as he eventual winners. © Reuters With Pakistan running a riot against England to script an eight-wicket win in the first semifinal, social media is busy toying with the idea of a potential Indo-Pak showdown in the final. Though Bangladesh have clearly looked far from just being minnows in the tournament, the general consensus on Twitter seems to have been derived in favour of Team India. #CT17 So it's #IndVsPak for the Finals. Oh wait #India has a practice match with #Bangladesh first! — Jackson (@iJack25) June 14, 2017 Bangladesh seeing #IndVsPak trending even before #INDvBAN match !!#ENGvPAK pic.twitter.com/nwgHwIAIih — Boring... (@graphicalcomic) June 14, 2017 It Would Be EPIC To Watch 'India Vs Pakistan' In Champions Trophy Finals! ❤️ Remember, It's Fathers Day On 18th June 😛😂😉#INDvsPAK — Ankit Mor (@AnkitM03) June 13, 2017 Bangladesh and Pakistan are discussing - How to defeat India...😃😃😂😂👇#IndVsPak #INDvBAN #ENGvPAK #INDvPAK #CT17 #ChampionsTrophy2017 #Dhoni pic.twitter.com/DLWOJia53X — Shivam Tiwari (@ShivamT94641457) June 14, 2017 get ready to loose in finals Again 😎😎 #PAKvENG #ENGvPAK #CT17 #IndVsPak pic.twitter.com/YLYxuCyy1Y — MOHIT VYAS (@vmohit0906) June 14, 2017 Jab geedad ki maut aati hai to wo champions trophy final ki taraf bhagta hai.#IndVsPak #ENGvPAK #PAKvENG — Ashish (@AshishDakku) June 14, 2017 Hey Pakistan, don't celebrate too much. Also, don't expect any mercy from us on June 18th just because it is Father's Day too..#IndvPak — The-Lying-Lama (@KyaUkhaadLega) June 14, 2017 #IndVsPak mean while in pakistan Son: papa school picnic jaana hai Dad : beta rukh sunday ko naya tv lana padega. — Arman Qureshi (@ArmanQu65117801) June 14, 2017 Pakistan in finals. Me:#IndVsPak #ENGvPAK pic.twitter.com/KG7elcpkvG — Ka®an (@coolcurren) June 14, 2017
  7. Michelle Lou Lan is a Hawaiian American beauty who lives and works out of Hawaii. She used to be a professional dancer until an injury forced her to start looking at different forms of fitness. Thank god for us she found yoga! Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day that says, “I will try again”. A photo posted by "Separate then Connect" (@meshyoga) on Oct 25, 2016 at 11:08pm PDT She can sure strike a pose, huh? Michelle’s second week back from California to Maui will be a change of pace for her. From two SoulCycle classes a day, city street strutting, and meeting after meeting, Michelle is going to cool her heels. Literally, her high heels need a break! A photo posted by "Separate then Connect" (@meshyoga) on Oct 17, 2016 at 6:39pm PDT She’s fit and fabulous! Not only is every new day a blessing, it’s a new beginning. Each morning when the sun rises, we’re greeted with a fresh start to do something great and it’s important to take advantage of that. One thing we believe in at Mesh Yoga is pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. Take Michelle for example, she wakes up every morning at 4am to prepare for a 6am class, and she’s a girl who loves her sleep! We only grow when we step outside our boundaries, so use today as a hopeful chance and trust the process. A photo posted by "Separate then Connect" (@meshyoga) on Sep 13, 2016 at 11:24am PDT She’s totally in the moment when she’s teaching a class. I wonder how some of the men there are able to concentrate! Typical MeshYoga Style. Start by internally rotating the arm, then extension and gracefully walk off the mat. A photo posted by "Separate then Connect" (@meshyoga) on May 10, 2016 at 12:59pm PDT I’ve said it a million times, yoga pants are the greatest invention in the history of humanity. Our “Feather Collection” yoga pants are island approved and light as a feather, just like the name implies. Featuring two different textures: our super breathable and flexible fabric, perfect for summer or your Bikram Yoga class, and our durable, watertight fabric, perfectly balanced and great for SUP yoga. No matter which one you decide on, you’ll fall in love with the vibrant colors and their compact size which makes them great for travel. Fit them in your purse and take them everywhere, no matter where you go or what you do, whether it’s yoga or dancing in heels. www.MeshYoga.com A photo posted by "Separate then Connect" (@meshyoga) on Aug 11, 2016 at 4:18pm PDT You can see that she takes her stretch routine very seriously. This weeks Meshies Challenge: Be a Different bird! Night owl? Wake up! Take MeshMeRise this week. Early bird? Try a heated night class! Some kind of exhausted pigeon? Just make it to class sometime this week... A photo posted by "Separate then Connect" (@meshyoga) on Sep 12, 2016 at 11:38am PDT She is simply stunning! We are surrounded by ocean and it demands our respect - MeshBlue A photo posted by "Separate then Connect" (@meshyoga) on Nov 1, 2016 at 4:03pm PDT You can follow her here.
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