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  1. Irrfan Khan's demise on April 29, 2020, left everyone mourning and in tears. Irrfan’s death has personally affected so many people and he will always be remembered fondly. It’s his son Babil who has been keeping him and his memories alive for all his well-wishers and fans. Babil has been involved in the process of filmmaking as he is learning the nuisances of it. He keeps sharing his learnings on Instagram and today, posted a picture of the cover of the book Actors On Acting, signed by his father Irrfan. Sharing the post, he wrote, "Up for lending (sic)." "Irrfan in New York for The Namesake," the legendary actor had written on the book. View this post on Instagram On the post, one Instagram user asked him, "Sir, when will you come into the field of acting? (sic). To which, Babil replied, "I am already in the field of acting, when I will appear in a film is the question. Once I have graduated around May, I will start looking into offers (sic)." © Babil Khan Instagram On January 7, Irrfan's birth anniversary, Babil shared an unseen video of his parents, Irrfan and Sutapa Sikdar. He wrote, "You never identified with institutions such as contractual marriage and birthday celebrations. Perhaps, that is why I don’t remember anyone’s birthdays because you never remembered mine and never encouraged me to remember yours. It was just normal to us what seemed absurd from the outside, we celebrated every day (bringing personal experiential authenticity to the cliche). On the occasion, Mamma would have to remind us both; but this time I could not forget yours if I tried. It’s your birthday, Baba. Shoutout to all the technologically inept parents, notice that they did not finish saying that they miss me (sic)." View this post on Instagram We wish that Babil continues the legacy of his father in the industry and gives us films that are worth appreciating like Irrfan. View the full article
  2. Transparent elections are the basis of democracy while voting against one's party is dishonesty, says KP govt
  3. The central bank projection reveals that the real GDP growth is expected to be in the range of 1.5% to 2.5% in FY2021
  4. Politician and author, Shashi Tharoor, has given a very sensible response to Kangana Ranaut’s opposition over his call for making homemaking a salaried profession. Kangana had tweeted against the whole idea, saying homemaking shouldn’t be monetized as homemakers put in their love and women need nothing but love and respect. This all started when Kamal Hassan supported the ‘idea of recognizing 'housework as a salaried profession.’ Shashi Tharoor welcomed this thought and tweeted, “I welcome @ikamalhaasan’s idea of recognizing housework as a salaried profession, w/the state govt paying a monthly wage to homemakers. This will recognize & monetize the services of women homemakers in society, enhance their power & autonomy & create near-universal basic income.” I welcome @ikamalhaasan’s idea of recognising housework as a salaried profession, w/the state govt paying a monthly wage to homemakers. This will recognise & monetise the services of women homemakers in society, enhance their power& autonomy & create near-universal basic income. — Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) January 5, 2021 After the tweet came to Kangana’s notice, she publicly opposed the idea and said, “Don’t put a price tag on *** we have with our love, don’t pay us for mothering our own, we don’t need salary for being the Queens of our own little kingdom our home, stop seeing everything as a business. Surrender to your woman she needs all of you not just your love/respect/salary.” Don’t put a price tag on *** we have with our love, don’t pay us for mothering our own, we don’t need salary for being the Queens of our own little kingdom our home,stop seeing everything as business. Surrender to your woman she needs all of you not just your love/respect/salary. https://t.co/57PE8UBALM — Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) January 5, 2021 Tharoor, renowned for his wit, responded, “I agree w/ @KanganaTeam that there are so many things in a homemaker’s life that are beyond price. But this is not about those things: it’s about recognizing the value of unpaid work & also ensuring a basic income for every woman. I’d like all Indian women to be as empowered as you!” I agree w/ @KanganaTeam that there are so many things in a homemaker’s life that are beyond price. But this is not about those things: it’s about recognising the value of unpaid work&also ensuring a basic income to every woman. I’d like all Indian women to be as empowered as you! https://t.co/A4LJvInR4y — Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) January 5, 2021 Whose side are you on - Kangana or Shashi Tharoor? Let us know in the comments below View the full article
  5. Kangana Ranaut and Diljit Dosanjh’s war of words started last year and it is like a never-ending battle. In fact, it seems to be getting murkier by each passing day as Kangana once again trained her guns on Diljit. This time around, it was for holidaying abroad amid the farmers' protests in the country. Reacting to Diljit’s tweet, which had four images of him in a snowy backdrop, Kangana wrote, “Wah brother!! Desh mein aag lagake kisanon ko sadak le baitha ke local karantikaris videsh mein thand ka maza le rahe hain, wah!!! Isko kehte hain local kranti... (Wow, brother. After instigating farmers and making them sit on the streets, the ‘local revolutionary’ is enjoying the winter holidays abroad. This is a true local revolution).” Wah brother!! Desh mein aag lagake kisanon ko sadak le baitha ke local karantikaris videsh mein thand ka maza le rahe hain, wah!!! Isko kehte hain local kranti... https://t.co/oXepZw633y — Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) January 4, 2021 After this tweet started to get traction, Diljit didn’t hold back and responded by sharing a video of an elderly lady hitting out at Kangana. He wrote, “You live with such misconceptions about yourself, don’t think Punjabis have forgotten what you’ve done. We will have an answer for you soon.” Kisaan Neyane Ni Ke Tere Mere Wargeya De Kehn Te Sadkan Te Beh Jaan Ge.. Vaise Tainu Bulekha Zyada aa Apne Barey.. PUNJAB NAAL C.. HAAN .. Te Raha Ge.. Tu v Hatdi Ni Sara Din Mainu Hee Dekhdi Rehni an.. Ah Jawab V Leyna Tere Ton Haley PUNJABI’AN Ne.. MATT Sochi Asi Bhul Gaye https://t.co/FkyJxdWQbV pic.twitter.com/zdmxYXYWH7 — DILJIT DOSANJH (@diljitdosanjh) January 4, 2021 To this, Kangana responded, “Time will tell, friend, who fought for the rights of the farmers and who against them… A hundred lies cannot hide one truth, and you will never be hated if you care for someone with all your heart. Do you think all of Punjab is against me? Haha, don’t dream so big your heart will break.” वक्त बताएगा दोस्त कौन किसानों के हक़ के लिए लड़ा और कौन उनके ख़िलाफ़ ... सौ झूठ एक सच को नहीं छुपा सकते, और जिसको सच्चे दिल से चाहो वो तुम्हें कभी नफ़रत नहीं कर सकता, तुझे क्या लगता है तेरे कहने से पंजाब मेरे ख़िलाफ़ हो जाएगा? हा हा इतने बड़े बड़े सपने मत देख तेरा दिल टूटेगा — Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) January 4, 2021 Diljit replied in Punjabi, “I don’t understand what her problem with farmers is. Ma’am, all of Punjab is with the farmers. No one is talking about you.” Mainu Eh SAMJH Ni Aundi ke Enu Kisan’an Ton Ki Prob. aa? Madam Ji Sara PUNJAB HEE KISAN’AN DE NAAL AA.. Tusi Twitter te Bhulekhe Ch Zindagi Jee Rahe Hon.. TERI TAN KOI GAL V NI KAR RIHA.. Akhey “ SADDI NA BULAI MAI LAADEY DI TAEE” OH HISAAB TERA AA.. https://t.co/QTUXjsJj9E — DILJIT DOSANJH (@diljitdosanjh) January 4, 2021 Diljit then had his own mic-drop moment after he offered Kangana a job as his PR and shared a Hindustan Times report about Kangana’s previous attack against him. Enu Mai PR Lai Na Rakh Lava ? Dimagh Chon Tan Jaanda Ni Mai edey https://t.co/L2lA7BtXhK — DILJIT DOSANJH (@diljitdosanjh) January 4, 2021And now, we wait for Kangana's next salvo, because everyone knows...this feud is not going to end anytime soon. View the full article
  6. Earlier in the week, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) declined permission to the legendary Yuvraj Singh to come out of retirement and play domestic cricket in the upcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Calling it a career back in 2019, Singh reconsidered playing for his state upon the request of the Punjab Cricket Association. He even wrote a letter to the Indian cricket board to allow him to take back his decision of retiring. Yuvraj Singh fails to get clearance for return to Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. - Mandeep Singh to lead Punjab, Unadkat to lead Saurashtra, Iqbal Abdullah to captain Uttarakhand - Few surprising names in MP squad as Chandrakant Pandit takes up new challenge https://t.co/z9H2Gm6kJX — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) December 29, 2020 However the BCCI declined this request for reasons unknown. Considering the ambiguity of the situation, it was expected that Yuvraj’s father, Yograj Singh would make a public response to the board’s decision and that’s exactly what happened. “I am not sure of the exact reason (for BCCI denying NOC to Yuvraj), as I’m yet to speak with Yuvi on the same. But it’s entirely the choice of the BCCI,” said Yograj Singh. View this post on Instagram “However, I feel that ample time should be given to retired players to make a comeback and play with the young boys, who have a lot to learn from them,” Yuvraj’s father said while speaking to Asianet Newsable. Acknowledging the contributions of the cricketing body that went into the success Yuvraj had enjoyed during his time as an international player, Yograj felt that it was important to return the favour to the BCCI. View this post on Instagram “Meanwhile, besides playing, giving back to the boys and Indian cricket is very important. If he can produce four-five players for the country in the coming years, it would be great. I will be very, very happy. He continues to practice even today. I think it’s all about how you feel. I believe it is very important to give back. If you are doing so, I think that is the greatest thing you are doing rather than playing cricket,” he added. View the full article
  7. Kangana Ranaut’s tweets have always been a topic of discussion. Recently, a petitioner alleged that the actor has been spreading animosity between communities and has been hurting his religion through her tweets. Ali Kaashif Khan Deshmukh said, “I am a Maharashtrian, Mumbaikar and she calls the court Pappu Sena. This hurts me and that is a personal injury." The court asked the petitioner how reasonable restrictions could be put on her freedom of speech as per Article 19 (2) of the Constitution based on her allegedly offensive tweets. A division bench of Justices SS Shinde and MS Karnik asked the Maharashtra government’s lawyer, Jayesh Yagnik, who said, "This petition needs to be converted into a Public Interest Litigation (PIL), otherwise many people will read newspapers and start coming to the court stating they are hurt. Constitutional right and constitutional remedy are different. This is a vague petition." View this post on Instagram Justice Shinde added that any individual can have his account and they have all the rights to express their thoughts. Responding to which, the petitioner said, "Free speech and hate speech are different. In my petition, there are multiple examples of how she has hurt many feelings. There are many cases filed in various courts against her. There is a personal mental injury that I have suffered through her tweets." In response, Justice Shinde said, "That is different. Word against the word, how can we go into this issue? You think over that. We are not in a hurry to dismiss your petition. Take your time. We don't want to discourage a young lawyer like you. Go through your points and make fresh arguments. On the next date, we will bring an end to this." View this post on Instagram The court will now hear Deshmukh's petition on January 7. What do you think about this entire fiasco? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  8. PM Imran Khan tells India to "make no mistake" it will have to face "a strong Pakistani national resolve" and a befitting response
  9. Iran will give "calculated" and "decisive" answer to "the criminals who took Mohsen Fakhrizadeh from the Iranian nation": top adviser
  10. The clash between Juventus and Ferencvaros, on November 25, wasn't really on the watchlist of football fans, especially with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and RB Leipzig locking horns in what was the tipped as the biggest clash of the day in the group-stage of the ongoing UEFA Champions League. The fact that the Italian giants had secured a 4-1 away win against Ferencvaros in Hungary earlier in the group-stage had everyone convinced that their second meeting in Torino wouldn't yield any surprises. But, a bit of a fire was stoked to Juventus' home game by Ferencvaros star Marcel Heister even before he stepped foot on the pitch. Days before their clash, Heister was probably looking to get under the skin of Cristiano Ronaldo when he claimed that the Portuguese star refused to swap shirts with him after their match in Hungary. The German international opined that Ronaldo's discernible frustration, visible in his actions, could be a result of his failure to score against his side. View the full article
  11. What makes our job great isn’t simply the paycheck it offers. Yes, it is one of the top three factors, but it’s almost never the sole reason why our work excites us. Instead, what sets our job apart from others in our friend circle depends on the added advantages we get from being a part of an organisation we belong to. © Pexels There’s a reason why one of the top questions candidates ask their interviewers is related to ‘new work opportunities’ they are likely to get as a part of the team? Promising work opportunities and the possibility of being able to add new skills to our repertoire often tends to play a far greater role in influencing an individual’s decision to join a company. © Pexels Because while a great paycheck can only add to our bank balance, only employee-friendly policies guarantee work satisfaction and motivation or even happiness and peace of mind. But let’s be honest, all of that is easier said than done, and getting that perfect blend is mostly a far-fetched dream. So when LinkedIN asked people on Twitter what was their favourite thing about their job, it was a complete mixed bag and still relatable. Larger chunk of my team(including me) work for 4 days and we get the next 4 days off. + Pandemic or No Pandemic, we do WFH. Two crucial aspects! 🙂 — Arun Dixit (@diarun_002) November 23, 2020 Trying to find it 😜 pic.twitter.com/6ObnWTGgC0 — Anup Singh (@iamAnup9) November 23, 2020 The fact that an employee with 10-years experience and 2-years experience gets treated equally. They value my opinion as much as their 10-year-old employee. :') — karuna🌸 (@karunasharmaa) November 23, 2020 That it resembles other people's vacations - I get to travel and take pictures. — 𝙼. 𝚂𝚑𝚊𝚗𝚝𝚊𝚛𝚊𝚖, 𝚙𝚑𝚘𝚝𝚘𝚐𝚛𝚊𝚙𝚑𝚎𝚛 (@thecontrarian) November 23, 2020 Will let you know when I find it too.. pic.twitter.com/o8yHIOPclg — Mohd Azad (@m_azad) November 23, 2020 New Learning opportunities and unforeseen challenges every now and then.. — Prakash Singh (@Prax_Nayal) November 23, 2020 New challenges and upskilling opportunities — Payal Pisal (@PayalPisal) November 23, 2020 That I still have a job. https://t.co/e1mhuKsHIS — Aniket Bose (@ABnormalConnect) November 23, 2020 Often we tend to take our job for granted, but it is only during moments like this that we are forced to think of all the perks and advantages our jobs provide us with. That’s a lot to be grateful for, right? View the full article
  12. After Glenn Maxwell’s disappointing season in the Indian Premier League 2020, the Kings XI Punjab all-rounder must have known that he was going to face a lot of criticism in the days to come. However, one of the most talked-about critics of the game who has made a name for himself in the analytical department by giving his inputs in a not-so-subtle way, Virender Sehwag decided to take criticism to the next level when he called the Australian a “Rs 10-crore cheerleader”. On his Facebook series titled Viru Ki Baithak, the former Indian opener said: "Glenn Maxwell. This 10-crore cheerleader proved costly for Punjab. And he has had a bad record of shirking work over the past few seasons. But this season he went to new extremes." He even went on to say that Maxwell just had himself "a highly-paid vacation" Nonetheless, Glenn Maxwell once again showed that he is a perfect gentleman when he gave out his response to Sehwag’s brash comments. View this post on Instagram The West Australian quoted the cricketer saying: "It's ok. Viru is pretty outspoken with his dislike of me, and that's fine. He's allowed to say whatever he likes. He's in the media for such statements, so that's fine. I deal with that and move on, and take it with a grain of salt with Sehwag." While an excellent player and a great asset for the Australian cricket team to have by their side, Glenn Maxwell’s greatest individual contribution towards the cricketer fraternity and the sports world as a whole was his courage to come out and talk about having mental health issues. © Reuters Last year, the righty went on a small break away from cricket in order to work on some mental health troubles and was lauded by the rest of the society to openly address them, instead of trying to suppress them within his mind. That break not only allowed him to return to his team with a renewed vigour but also a strong mindset which helps him endure things like Sehwag’s unhelpful comments. © Reuters Maxwell added: "I think I'm better equipped with dealing with those sorts of things now. I think in hindsight it was a pretty good time to go through something like that where I was able to put some groundwork in to deal with adversity. This year has certainly been a massive test of it."As far as the Indian player turned commentator is concerned, while such comments do make for an entertaining and spicy video and the fans with a taste for shade-throwing would have definitely enjoyed the content, Sehwag, who has been at the centre of a lot of useless criticism during his time as a Man in Blue, must understand the difference between what sort of criticism is constructive and what’s not. View the full article
  13. Ah, the second boycott trend of the day, now that's a little unexpected. Usually, people keep it to just once every day. After Bingo faced the music for apparently 'mocking' Sushant Singh Rajput, it was time for another food-related company to face the Boycott trend on Twitter. It all started with actress Swara Bhaskar tweeting to Zomato asking why they're advertising on Republic TV and it started a Twitter storm. © Lorne Michaels Productions Soon after, thousands of people came together to threaten a boycott and well, it did happen just a while after that. Lo ⁦@zomatocare⁩ deleted your app ab paisa kamaogai nai to add kaha sai doge by the way I was also a regular customer #boycottzomato pic.twitter.com/p37rb6LlEp — poison (@R37435351) November 19, 2020 Wow. We are looking into it sounds like u r from govt Central agencies AUKAAT bhul gye ho kya ? As if @zomatoin have only one customer to satisfy ? #boycottzomato #RepublicRoar4SSR https://t.co/sWTyzy7Sz1 — Nitika Singh🦋 (@itsNitikaSingh) November 19, 2020 Uhh. YOUR TIME IS UP ZOMATO. UNINSTALLED. WE Stand with Arnab Goswami & @Republic_Bharat#Zomato #boycottzomato #SwaraBhasker pic.twitter.com/C930897yhg — Mukesh Khanna (@itsMukeshKhanna) November 19, 2020 Shots fired. Irony is this 2 rupees sanghi IT cell trolls r trending #boycottzomato while der masters r eating pizza which was orderd from @zomato Wahh modi ji wahh#No1_dubakoor_Modi #एससी_एसटी_एक्ट_लागू_करो #Inshallah pic.twitter.com/jZSjLyjq2J — Lone Wolf (@Syed_afnan3) November 19, 2020 There's an ultimatum. You choose Suar-a-Bas-kar, we choose @swiggy_in You choose @republic, we choose @zomatoin RT & reply with the HT if u agree#RepublicRoar4SSR #boycottzomato https://t.co/01zJK8hAsY — 🅺🆁🅸🆂🅷🅽 (@krishnajindal07) November 19, 2020 Hmm. Its time to #BoycottZomato now. Bcz we Luv and Support Arnab Sir @Republic_Bharat @republic not that su-wara Good By @zomatoin @zomato@zomatocare Uninstalled u !! — ShErNi (@luvMySelf_07) November 18, 2020 Very strongly. I was ur daily customer @zomatoin But now im not gonna order anything from U. Bcz i luv amd respect Arnab Sir And his whole team. We stand by @republic Very Strongly Go to hell now @zomatocare@zomato#NoRepublicNoZomato#boycottzomato — ShErNi (@luvMySelf_07) November 18, 2020 People are tiring. Hello @zomatoin ..how are you doing ?? U must be regretting now for responding to Ghatiya aurat @ReallySwara. You chose a path of self destruction by your act. Now u see how people are responding. It will definitely cost you an arm and a leg done in this case. https://t.co/U0TenpQnJC — Bharath Shetty (@BKShetty112) November 19, 2020 So many threats. Swiggy over zomato i choose now! Now zomato you choose Swara or public ?#boycottzomato — 𝓟𝓾𝓻𝓿𝓲 𝓢𝓱𝓪𝓻𝓶𝓪 (@PurviSharmaa12) November 18, 2020 View the full article
  14. Bill Gates appreciated Pakistan's efforts in effectively carrying out polio immunisation drive despite threat of COVID-19.
  15. WHO appreciates Pakistan's strategy to curb the spread of the coronavirus in meeting with Dr Faisal Sultan
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