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  1. Haven't we always heard some wise man or go-getter say “follow your passion”? Throwing away those three words as easily as a pie. As if most of us haven't thought about ditching this sad-ass 9-5 cycle that our life is, or as if we don't want to go back to those easy days of long and liberating jam sessions we enjoyed so much with the band or simply never having to quit the thrill of preparing and participating in street plays. © Twitter But alas, here we are. Still stuck to our swivel chairs, constantly punching those damned keys on the keyboard or attending yet another useless meeting just for the sake of it. Somewhere amidst all this senselessness and need to “get on with life”, our passion ends up taking a backseat, or goes out of the window, to be honest. © Twitter However, while this might be true for most of us, there also exist some highly-motivated individuals out there who take their “passion” seriously and back it up with concrete actions too. UP cadre IAS officer Ravindra Kumar happens to be one such person. © Twitter Ravindra recently conquered Mount Everest for the second time, after scaling the mountain peak for the first time in 2013. However, Ravindra told the media that his conquest this time around bears special importance because he dedicated it to the cause of 'Swaccha Ganga Swaccha Bharat Everest Abhiyaan 2019'. © Twitter Ravindra admitted that his motivation behind the adventure this time lies in raising awareness amongst people regarding the quickly deteriorating state of water bodies in the country, and what it means for our country and the world at large. © Twitter Ravindra has even claimed to be the first and only IAS officer to climb Mt Everest. He also shared that through this 2019 Everest expedition he wants to urge people from the highest point of Himalayas, the source of major rivers of India, to save water at their personal level.
  2. Life can be pretty uncertain. That's the one thing about it which remains a constant till the time we are laid to rest. We never know what's in store for us in the next few seconds, yet we live our lives as though we have years ahead of us. That's a strange sort of optimism almost all of humanity shares collectively. So, when 32-year-old tour guide Rouf Ahmad Dar stepped out for another day at work, he wouldn't have imagined what awaited him later in the day. While he was out on a rafting trip with five tourists, their boat capsized on the Lidder river in Jammu and Kashmir's Pahalgam area. Rouf Ahmad Dar - a real hero who saved the lives of few tourists at the expense of his own life... Let's all pray for eternal peace to the departed soul and strength to the bereaved family. pic.twitter.com/0xYdfsRE77 — Arif Amin (@ArifAmin18) June 1, 2019 Dar went out of his way, put his own life on the line and rescued all the five tourists, bringing them to safety, but at the cost of his own life. Dar, who held a diploma in rafting, was on the boat when strong evening winds toppled the boat with the tourists still on it. But tragedy had already struck as Dar drowned in the raging waters of the Lidder and was later pulled out of the water near the Bhawani Bridge area and handed over to his family. The braveheart didn't think twice before risking his own life to save the lives of strangers. Setting the finest example of selfless courage; Tourist guide Rouf Ahmad Dar sacrificed his life saving five people including two foreigners in #Lidder river in #Pahalgam. RIP braveheart of#Kashmir @NorthernComd_IA @adgpi @PIB_India pic.twitter.com/bduKgnBiL2 — Chinar Corps - Indian Army (@ChinarcorpsIA) June 1, 2019 At a time when people are constantly instigating communal thoughts and questioning secularism in the country, selfless souls like Rouf Ahmad Dar prove that all of us are capable of moving past the politics that underline our present reality and chase after the biggest religion that there is - humanity. Bravehearts like Dar are cropping up in every village, valley and city to let people see the real face and sentiment that simmers in the heart of our nation and gives us hope that regardless of all the ugliness that comes to pass, humanity will always win.
  3. Khalsa Aid and humanity are synonyms that are omnipresent in times of grief and trouble. The non-profit organisation is always one of the first few measures of help when problems come knocking anywhere in the world. Last year, the volunteers helped the flood stricken parts of Kerala, recently the organisation was in Odisha helping people after the cyclone took a toll on the lives. Currently, not many are aware of the water crisis that has affected many parts of Maharshtra. The state is drought stricken and people are dying. The Khalsa Aid is currently providing 6,000 litres of water every day to help the situation. Maharashtra Drought: Our @khalsaaid_india team is providing water to the people of #Maharashtra (India ). The drought has hit many areas, our teams are stepping up the water supply. @CMOMaharashtra @thetribunechd @IndianExpress pic.twitter.com/itOJejdFVJ — Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) May 20, 2019 Around 22 lakh people have been affected with the situation and the team has been in Nasik for over a week. Besides arranging water tankers and providing clean, drinking water to the remote parts of the state, the volunteers are also sanitising water well with purifying tablets and other aids. Maharashtra Drought: Our @khalsaaid_india team continues to provide water to those affected by the severe drought in the Indian state of #Maharashtra @CMOMaharashtra pic.twitter.com/W2sUBX0CyI — Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) May 24, 2019 Humanity is the biggest religion and one doesn't need political parties or money to save lives. Sometimes all we need is a little reminder that we all are humans and we are all that we have.
  4. In a society where people don't want to 'meddle' or interfere in others' affairs, even if that 'affair' means someone dying on the road, can we imagine people going out of their way to help someone who is a complete stranger? Can we imagine someone coming forward to actually help instead of clicking pictures and recording videos? Ask yourself guys, How often have you gone beyond your way to help a stranger? But, Babu Muddrappa is different and probably that's the reason he deserves all our respect. © BCCL Babu Muddrappa, just like any other day, was driving his auto in Bengaluru. On April 15, while looking for passengers, his life changed in a way even he didn't expect. Babu saw a pregnant woman lying on the road, screaming in pain. Although there were a lot of people standing around the woman, nobody came forward to help. So without thinking twice, Muddrappa rushed the pregnant woman to a nearby hospital, but due to lack of facilities she was referred to CV Raman Hospital. Since the woman could barely speak and refused to give details about her family, Babu admitted her with whatever money he had at the moment. © Pexels Thanks to Babu's selflessness, the woman reached the hospital in time and gave birth to a baby girl. However, what happened next broke our heart, but also raised our respect for Babu. The baby was facing trouble breathing and the mother had abandoned the baby and fled the hospital. Babu wrapped the baby in a cloth and drove his auto as fast as he could, to take her to another hospital in Shivajinagar for better treatment. He used all his savings to admit the baby and took care of her like his own child, while praying to God for her health. From getting milk for the baby every day, taking care of all the hospital bills to going to police stations in search of the missing mother, Babu did everything he could in his capacity. © Pexels However, after a few days, the baby's condition deteriorated and she passed away. He told The Logical Indian, "My heart broke. I decided to bury the baby myself, along with some police officers. In those few days, I had developed love and fondness for the baby." He further said, "I do not know if the woman who fled will ever be found, or what will follow. While I feel sad every time I think of the little girl who died, I am also aware that I did everything in my power to help both the mother and the child." People like Babu Muddrappa make this world a better place to live in.
  5. The Met Gala is the annual benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute and this year's theme was 'camp'. People who are invited to this benefit take it very seriously which reflects in the outfits that they choose to wear to the event. Camp originates from Susan Sontag's 1964 essay where the camp was defined as an aesthetic “sensibility” with a certain admirable over-the-top-ness. Ezra Miller from the film 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' was one of the celebrities who took the theme really seriously and turned up in what camp means to them. For Ezra, it was heavy eye makeup, ahem or should we say multiple eyed makeup. And the thing about this makeup is the fact that it's so psychedelic in nature that he had to carry a mask around with him so that he could cover up every now and then. The mask more than anything else contributes to the element of surprise to the entire look. Ezra turned his look into an illusion of sorts, as initially, he was hiding his face behind a mask. He draped himself in a white cape, only to keep his outfit a secret. © Getty Images Then in a dramatic reveal, he later ditched the cape for a pinstriped suit that featured a train. While the suit was interesting in itself but makeup stole the show. © Getty Images © Getty Images If you see carefully, you cannot look at the makeup for way too long which is probably why he carried a mask. What do you think? © Getty Images
  6. You see, it's actually true when they say 'not all heroes wear capes'. Ask someone who has known a superhero in all flesh and blood, someone who came into their life when their every breath was hanging by a thread. Call them whatever you choose - saviour, messiah or guardian angel, but the fact is, they indeed are heroes who have ditched the capes, and bear such courage in their hearts that's only second to a lion's. So yes, not all heroes wear capes. Some wear khaki uniforms, Indian Navy hats and even regular clothes, but they all have one thing in common - all of them would put their own lives on the line to save the people around them. Check out the inspiring stories of these 6 dedicated officers who went beyond the call of duty, and risked their lives to save others: 1. RPF Constable Jagbir Singh Rana © Twitter The RPF constable was most recently in the news for his bravery and ultimate sacrifice that saved five lives at the cost of his own. Constable Rana was patrolling the busy tracks between Adarsh Nagar and Azadpur railway stations when he was killed by a Shatabdi Express while saving a couple and some children from getting hit by trains. He managed to bring the couple arguing on the tracks to safety, but during a second round while trying to save a few kids, he couldn't get off the tracks on time and got hit by a train. Constable Rana died on the spot. 2. Lieutenant Rahul Dalal © Facebook While out on the beach with his wife at the Vypin beach in Kerala, Lieutenant Rahul Dalal noticed a gathering of curious onlookers along the beach. When he got closer he realised that someone was drowning and crying out for help. Strong evening currents didn't help the situation and stopped others from helping the poor guy. Lt. Dalal jumped right in and was almost crushed under the drowning man's frantic attempts to get to safety. However, despite the strong currents and the odds the lieutenant managed to bring the man to safety. 3. Constable Raj Kamal Meena Brave constable Raj Kamal Meena of PS Khyala saved the life of a boy drowning in Bawana Canal. Rajkamal went to Bawana for a raid but when he saw the child drowning, he jumped in the canal to save him. Proud of Ct Rajkamal. @DelhiPolice @LtGovDelhi pic.twitter.com/FDcwJJz4Gc — DCP West Delhi (@DCPWestDelhi) February 4, 2019 Constable Meena who is posted at the Khyala Police Station in New Delhi, was going about his work as usual one day, when he noticed some children playing near the Bawana Canal located in West Delhi. Since it was known for being a dangerous spot where many unfortunate incidents of drowning had taken place, he went to warm them. But by the time he could reach, one of the boys jumped into the calm and began drowning. However, constable Meena's quick thinking and courage saved the boy's life who could have drowned in the deep waters. 4. Sub-Inspector Gagandeep Singh © Twitter Uttarakhand cop Gagandeep Singh became an internet sensation after he stopped a lynch mob from punishing and taking away a Muslim youth's life, based on foolish trepidations that had provoked a Hindu mob to take the matter in its own hands. Sun-Inspector Gagandeep Singh showed commendable courage when he single-handedly prevented the mob from harming the Muslim youth in a Hindu temple, where he had allegedly gone to meet his Hindu girlfriend. 5. Constable Sudarshan Shinde © Twitter When a dangerous fire broke out at a pub in Mumbai's Kamala Mills compound, constable Shinde had been patrolling in a nearby area. As soon as he heard about the fire, he rushed to the spot. Some people had gotten trapped inside due to the blaze and excessive smoke. However, constable Shinde was able to help some of them who had turned on their mobile torches. However, when he found some unconscious people inside, he ignored his own safety and rescued them by carrying outside on his own shoulders. He managed to save many lives that night when the fire claimed 14 lives. 6. Head Constable Abhishek Patel © Twitter Head constable Abhishek Patel posted in Madhya Pradesh's Sagar district became a hero for 400 young school children after he risked his own life to save theirs. It was reported that a bomb was found near a school in Chittora village, and upon finding it Patel picked up the 10kg bomb and ran for a kilometer carrying the bomb on his shoulder. A 12-second video of his sprint had also gone viral on social media.
  7. On days when the nation's bravehearts are not risking their lives to protect us, they are still saving lives with their selfless acts and heartwarming gestures. Constable Gohil Shailesh from the 53 Battalion of CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) is one such braveheart who has now become the nation's hero too, after a photo of him donating blood to a young woman was posted on social media. Pexels (For Representation) Constable Shailesh not only saved the woman's life, but also saved the life of her newborn child. According to the post, the 25-year-old pregnant woman from Kashmir developed some severe complications (and blood loss) during her delivery and was in an urgent need of blood. Reportedly, the woman's family contacted CRPF 'Madadgaar', a helpline that addresses the medical emergencies of people living in Kashmir. The relation of blood. Constable Gohil Shailesh of #53Bn donated blood to 25 yr old lady of #Kashmir who urgently needed blood due to complications during delivery. His blood saved a mother, a child, a family and created a bond for life. pic.twitter.com/kUM92pJQAy — ð®ð³CRPFð®ð³ (@crpfindia) April 19, 2019 Constable Shailesh volunteered to donate blood to help the mother and it's because of him that both mother and her child were in a stable condition. CRPF wrote in the caption, "His blood saved a mother, a child, a family and created a bond for life." People on Twitter too were in awe of this jawan and couldn't stop praising him for his selfless gesture. Actor Anupam Kher too took to Twitter to applaud the CRPF jawan. Jai Ho.ððð https://t.co/x7riHlLST8 — Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) April 19, 2019 What an exemplary and exceptional human act. Many appreciations for the life saver. https://t.co/GWPATteZHs — Raghavendra Sh (@65b0479e700749b) April 20, 2019 A place & community without religion & politics! Just to serve nation & humanity. Citizens should learn from this. #DarlingofHumanity https://t.co/A44PX73Y0M — SUMTI JAIN (@sumtijain26) April 19, 2019 Thank you CRPF. Jai Hind ð®ð³ — Salman Nizami (@SalmanNizami_) April 20, 2019 Wow nice gesture salute to u people — Anant the great (@AnantKN) April 19, 2019 We are proud of our soldiers and their sacrifice for Humanity.They feel proud to DONATE each and every drop of their bodys blood for the service of the Nation and for UNIVERSAL PEACE. Their thoughts are beyond IMAGINATION. Jai hind. https://t.co/4w21yxjjZk — Rajendra Kumar Rai (@Rajendr61990322) April 19, 2019 Nice gesture sir for the efforts. Long live humanity and a warm welcome to the kid.. ðð®ð³ð — à®à®¨à¯à®¤à¯ தமிழன௠#à®à®¾à®µà®²à®©à¯ (@KumaranShan1) April 20, 2019 Salute to gohil Shailesh. You're real superhero. Jai Hind https://t.co/p9CbL3R9Zw — Adarsh Chauhan (@IamAdarshh) April 19, 2019 Thank you very much @CRPFmadadgaar you're doing a commendable job. Thank you @Co53Bn for the help. ð — Tripathi Padmakant (@Padmakant_) April 19, 2019
  8. There is still some amount of compassion and empathy left in this world, where war and hate co-exist. People recognise the dire need for compassion that can change the basic ethos of the current negative situation everywhere and bring about balance in a much needed way. Just recently we saw a prime example of the kind of empathy we're talking about when oil-rig workers rescued an exhausted dog off the coast of Thailand, giving him an absolutely new life. The tan-coloured dog who was later named Boonrod by his rescuers, which means 'survivor from karma' in Thai, was saved amidst heavy waves, in the middle of the sea in the Gulf of Thailand. The oil-rig workers saw the dogs head bobbing up and down, while they were busy at work and they brought him up on the platform. © CNN Boonrod was about 220KMS away from the shore when he was spotted by Vitisak Payalaw, who went on Facebook to talk about the rescue. Vitisak works with Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production and he said if there were high waves while the dog was in water, they probably wouldn't even have seen him. He put up a video of the dog when he was found, on Facebook. © CNN According to Vitisak, the dog made it to the platform, clinging on to the support structure, without barking, whimpering or showing any resistance to water. The crew then lowered a rope and tied it to his neck to haul him up. The oil-rig workers suspect the dog may have fallen off a fishing trawler and couldn't find his way back to the shore hence. Boonrod has luckily found a home as well and guess where it's going to be? Vitisak has decided to adopt the dog and take him to his home in Northeast Thailand.
  9. The whole world is gearing up to watch superheroes in action on the big screens, but looks like the nation has already found one in real life in an Indian Navy officer, Lt. Rahul Dalal. People say that an officer is 'never off-duty' and Lt. Rahul Dalal's bravery and courageous act just reiterates the same. Lt. Rahul Dalal was enjoying the evening of April 5 with his wife at Vypin beach, when he noticed a person struggling in water. He was unable to swim and was crying for help. © Facebook There was a huge crowd, but sadly no one was able to help him. So, without giving a second thought, Rahul jumped straight into the water and rescued him within half an hour. It wasn't easy at all, as both Rahul's and the drowning man's lives were at risk because of the strong under-current. "The officer also had to deal with the desperate and panicked victim who was pulling him down, putting both their lives in danger. The officer calmed the victim and made him hold onto his shoulders, after which he started swimming towards the beach. Lt Dalal mustered all his strength and managed to reach the shore with help of some locals," read the Facebook post shared by the official page of Indian Navy. It was further mentioned, "The victim, however, was not breathing and was unconscious. When his mouth was opened, it was found that some plants were choking his air passage. Lt Dalal cleared the passage and administered Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, whereupon the victim was revived." The drowning man, identified as Mr. Dileep Kumar from Aurangabad, was then rushed to a Government hospital where he was discharged after recuperation. Stories like these and people like Lt. Rahul Dalal are the real superheroes who restore our faith in humanity with their selfless efforts.
  10. In the wake of the troubled times, both India and Pakistan are facing, a lot of Bollywood celebrities are coming forward and talking about their experiences with war and turmoil and sharing a thought or two on the prevailing situation. Shekhar Kapoor too came forth to talk about his experience during the partition between India and Pakistan when he was a child and how his mother struggled to keep him and his sister safe, during the imminent violence that took place in August 1947. © Twitter Although the tensions haven't died down at large between India and Pakistan, these memories and untold stories by people who've experienced the wrath between the two countries, come in handy momentarily. And that's because we believe with these stories a longing hope is built to sustain peace and harmony. © Twitter Shekhar Kapoor took to Twitter to narrate an incident with his mother and sister during partition and this is what he had to say: "I was born in Lahore. My mother escaped massacre by hiding me n my sister under her body in a train to india. Playing dead. Most people were killed. One million people died in Partition. 10 million refugees. On both sides. India n Pakistan were created of the blood of one people.” I was born in Lahore. My mother escaped massacre by hiding me n my sister under her body in a train to india. Playing dead. Most people were killed. One million people died in Partition. 10 million refugees. On both sides. India n Pakistan were created of the blood of one people. — Shekhar Kapur (@shekharkapur) 28 February 2019 While we can't even imagine the atrocities bestowed upon him, his family and the rest of the people there, we're sure the incident definitely made him more resilient and tolerant towards the ongoing animosity between the two nations. © Twitter The BAFTA awardee also tweeted about Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman's return to India, after Pakistan initiated a 'peace gesture' amidst the stifling tensions between the countries. He said “#WingCdrAbhinanadan You have become a beacon of courage patriotism and dignity. And also a beacon of hope. We look forward to welcome you home soon, Sir,” #WingCdrAbhinanadan You have become a beacon of courage patriotism and dignity. And also a beacon of hope. We look forward to welcome you home soon, Sir ð — Shekhar Kapur (@shekharkapur) 28 February 2019 A few days ago, he'd tweeted again, asking people in India to not think of war against Pakistan, hinting at practising peace instead. He said “It's really important not to fan the flames of war rhetoric. It's not a game. U r not facing bullets or bombs. U r not the family praying and hoping fervently that your husbands brothers or fathers are safe. Nor living in border areas in fear. It's easy to be armchair soldiers.” It's really important not to fan the flames of war rhetoric. It's not a game. U r not facing bullets or bombs. U r not the family praying and hoping fervently that your husbands brothers or fathers are safe. Nor living in border areas in fear. It's easy to be armachair soldiers. — Shekhar Kapur (@shekharkapur) 27 February 2019 © Twitter In a time of serious crisis, it's always good to find relatable context, so we can ensure some peace within us and around us. With Pakistan seemingly moving towards a non-violent approach and Abhinandan Varthaman's homecoming, here's hoping peace and calm prevails soon enough.
  11. The young lovers of this generation fear getting attached too quickly. And why shouldn't they? Love today moves faster than sound and diminishes quickly without much remorse or regard. We have dating apps at our disposal which make it easier to move on from something as daring as love and, because of this, every relationship is seen as frivolous and daunting. © AA Films The worst possible thing to happen to someone at this day and age is to get emotionally attached without many tools left at their disposal for detachment. Detachment is important with the frivolity we all live under today and if someone does break your heart, it takes a while to fix it back, making it harder to fall in love or trust love altogether. So before you set out to like someone and start getting attached to them, maybe keep these 3 very basic things in mind, so that you can protect your heart at the right time. (1) Are You Both Ready? By ready I don't mean for an association but are you both ready to emotionally invest in each other? If not, there are other ways to do this, like having a fling with one another but if you think you both are emotionally fit to have a deeper, more emotional dynamic than that, then go right ahead. If not, stay put because once you're in, it's difficult to get out unscathed. © Eros International (2) Are They Emotionally Available? While having feelings for someone and getting attached to them, you may experience the need to let go of your emotions little by little, trying to see if they can handle them. More times than often, they probably will put up a good show of being there emotionally for you but as time goes by, an emotionally unavailable person will begin to show their true colours. You have to recognise that before you're heavily invested. Because if you're associating with an emotionally unavailable woman, you're definitely in for a world of pain because she's not going to recognise or value your emotions after a point in time. So, it's better to make sure your partner's EQ (emotional intelligence) is at par with yours, before heading for a commitment. © AA Films (3) Are You Over Your Past? You don't want to get attached for the wrong reasons now, do you? Definitely don't look for someone else to fill a void because that doesn't work out well in most cases. First try and be complete and happy within yourself before you go looking for something more substantial with another person. If you're not happy and are looking to just fill a void, more often than not you'll end up getting hurt because you'll definitely not find what you're looking for. If you do get attached to another person while getting over your past, it's important to recognise that and try and work on it individually before seeking emotional help from another person. © Fox Star Studios Emotional attachment wavers on a thin line and if you think you're not an emotional being, so you don't have to worry about attachment, you're wrong. Everyone is emotional and everyone gets attached. You just need the right time, space and cue to figure out when and how to look for a healthy emotional attachment with the right person.
  12. Even on days when our brave jawans are not risking their lives to protect us, they are still saving lives with their selfless and heartwarming gestures. This incident about a CRPF jawan is from one of those days. Constable Rajkamal, from the 133 Battalion of CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force), is the nation's hero just like every other soldier who puts his life on the line to ensure our safety. But, now he's become the internet's hero as well, after a photo of him donating blood for an injured naxal was posted online. Reuters Reportedly, the Naxal was injured in Jharkhand recently, during an exchange of fire with troops of 209 Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA). Post the shootout, the man was immediately rushed to Ranchi's Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences hospital, where the doctors said that the patient needed blood. So, Constable Rajkamal readily agreed to donate his blood. Why? Because he "considered his duty to help a fellow Indian in need." Rajkamal told The Pioneer, "I did what I had to on humanitarian grounds. We have had many clashes in the past, but that doesn't mean that I will have a personal grudge against them. They are our fellow Indians after all." EPITOME OF BENEVOLENCE: CT Rajkamal of CRPF donated blood to save the life of a Naxal who suffered grievous injuries during the encounter which took place when the Naxals attacked a team of 209 CoBRA. Rajkamal said that he considered his duty to help a fellow Indian in need. pic.twitter.com/VNnIi8Qpub — ð®ð³CRPFð®ð³ (@crpfindia) February 5, 2019 We salute Constable Rajkamal and his spirit. If people start thinking the way he does, the world can become a better place to live in. Like the tweet reads, it is indeed an 'Epitome of Benevolence." People on Twitter can't stop showering praises for CT Rajkamal. Unparallel example of high human values https://t.co/x0eR4i2osI — Salil dudi (@DudiSalil) February 6, 2019 This is unheard ever and unprecedented. Kudos to the fellow brave heart for this noble gesture. This is what @crpfindia 's motto is service and loyalty in true sense. Bravery with humanity. https://t.co/6LuAvxaRad — Avinash Aggarwal (@avinash_the_cop) February 6, 2019 Donating blood for an injured Naxal by CT RajKamal is an outstanding example shown by this gallant Force. Hope DG CRPF issue his commendation certificate to this CT — Pravash (@pravash13) February 5, 2019 Best example of patriotism and humanity. — Amit Sarathe (@AmitSarathe7) February 5, 2019 Hats off to these jawans who walk an extra mile beyond their line of duty! Such acts of kindness fill us with pride for our forces.@dasraghubar @Lathkar_IPS @crpfindia @JharkhandCrpf https://t.co/WSMABHZQoR — Parimal Nathwani (@mpparimal) February 5, 2019 Constable Rajkamal seems like an absolute gentleman. Internal security threats are tricky. Events and gestures like these definitely help spread positivity. Win their minds and hearts a thousand times over. https://t.co/PDuWBHWgqc — Athul Pai (@paiathul_) February 5, 2019
  13. Imagine a condom that changes colours when it comes in contact with an STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection). Yes, you read that right, just like a chameleon. Not only does it protect you from getting the said infection, but also gives a great heads up in advance. Three kids, Musaz Nawaz (13), Daanyaal Ali (14) and Chirag Shah (14) from London's Isaac Newton Academy wanted to tackle these high rates of STIs. For the annual TeenTech Awards in London which aims to inspire 11- to-16-year olds to realize their true potential in a STEM workplace, they presented the S.T.EYE condom. The S.T.EYE, in concept, will have molecules in the rubber-surface that'll glow when it comes in contact with different pathogens. The condom would say, glow green for chlamydia, yellow for herpes, purple for human papillomavirus (HPV) and blue for syphilis. Yes, I know, 'chameleon condoms' don't sound sexy at all, because who wants to put *** and a chameleon in the same sentence? Gross. But trust me, this particular chameleon is not gross and it'll save your life. Surely, you might have to have an awkward conversation if the condom changes colour. But, hey it's better than getting affected by an STI. “We created the S.T.EYE as a new way for STI detection to help the future of the next generation,” the kids told a leading publication. “We wanted to make something that made detecting harmful STIs safer than ever before, so that people can take immediate action in the privacy of their own homes without the often-scary procedures at the doctors.” The great idea won them the first position in the U.K.'s TeenTech Awards, and reportedly they have already been approached by condom companies. So, expect chameleon condoms soon in the market. The idea, of course, is not without loopholes. Like what if the condom comes in contact with two or more STIs and if both partners can be detected or just one. However, it's safe to assume that with the assistance of STEM labs they can work out the nitty-gritty.
  14. Over the years, the footballing world has witnessed a massive change in the way football managers and their team approach the game. Back in the day, we saw free-kicks being curled over and around the defensive wall by the footballers in a bid to score from set-pieces. But, that technique has now become quite obvious. And, that's exactly why we have seen many free-kick specialists thumping the ball low, right underneath their opponent's jumping wall. While many still prefer the old-school way, the low shot underneath the defensive wall is usually kept as a surprise weapon to bamboozle the opposition goalkeeper, who understandably fails to keep the track of the ball. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar and Lionel Messi have all been seen scoring through that clever ploy. But, Inter Milan seems to have found a 'revolutionary tactic' to save such efforts. © Reuters Locking horns with Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League Group B clash, Luciano Spalletti's side didn't have much to cheer for in front of a boisterous Camp Nou crowd. Despite the absence of their talisman Lionel Messi, Barca romped their way to a comfortable 2-0 win through goals from Rafinha and Jordi Alba. But, during their defeat, Inter Milan gave a much-needed lesson to the footballing world about how to save a low free-kick - a persistent nightmare that has, for long, troubled defending sides. Giving a glimpse into the future of defending, Inter managed to successfully save a potential free-kick goal from Luis Suarez. The incident came to the fore when Barcelona got a free-kick on the edge of the area. It was not surprising to see Suarez step up ahead of his teammates. Anticipating the defensive wall to jump, Suarez tried to be cheeky by kicking the ball low and under it. Suarez managed to outfox the wall and was about to begin his celebration when he realised that his effort was successfully blocked by Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic. The Croat had the intelligence and ingenuity to slide down and lie behind the wall to nullify Suarez's effort. On a loop. Forever. Please. pic.twitter.com/LJiWv4OuyW — Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 24, 2018 Brozovic's clever block was so good that it left Suarez dumbfounded, and an injured Messi - who was sitting with his son in the stands - in splits. Inter's clever ploy didn't just enthral those at Camp Nou, but also evoked praise and astonishment from the football fans across the globe. All of us are in 2018, this guy is in 8018. @rahil4798@shlok272 — ThrowingShade (@ThrowingShade5) October 24, 2018 That's mind blowing — Handi Isaac Hanafi (@ashongwkillick) October 24, 2018 Suarez is ready for celebration, but ðð — achmdsulist (@antiitesis) October 24, 2018 Something that looks so stupid yet it's a masterclass tactic, incredible stuff!ðð» — James Beedie (@17jamesbeedie) October 24, 2018 Genius. — FC Aouarð¦ð¦ð¦ (@manoonam03bis) October 24, 2018 What the hellðð — Damien Robertson (@DamoRobertson) October 24, 2018 Clever Brozovic — Pedro r3conquis7a â½ð¦ð´ (@pedropi38475565) October 25, 2018 Would love to see that in the PL or the WSL - let's all do it :) — Amar Chotai (@amar_chotai) October 25, 2018
  15. Okay, let's be real, people were excited for the movie 'Venom' but not that excited. Even the trailers didn't help with building up the hype and that's quite unfortunate, to be honest. Actually, the most I've heard about the movie was when everyone was thirsting after Venom. Yes, the internet is a weird place. But, even though Tom Hardy was successful in making everyone horny in his alien space suit, he still wasn't able to save the movie, and the first reactions of 'Venom' are proving just that. Just a disclaimer, there are no spoilers ahead, just tweets by people who've already seen the movie and who are talking about it without giving away any plot points. So, it's like 14 years too late? Social embargo for #Venom is up. I talk about this a lot in my review but this is a movie that somehow slipped through a wormhole from 2004. That's my biggest take. It's a movie that spilled from the pre-MCU era through a crack in time and space. — The Mothmegð NYCC (@rustypolished) October 2, 2018 Well, this isn't totally negative. Action-sequences and Eddie and Venom's odd relationship are the highlights of #Venom but if Sony wants to move forward with a universe, it needs to just keep the few parts that work and scrap the large portion which does t. — Brandon Davis (@BrandonDavisBD) October 2, 2018 Poor Michelle Williams. She did the best she could with what she was given, I think. https://t.co/fyK1gsmTvo — Brandon Davis (@BrandonDavisBD) October 2, 2018 Finally, a good reaction! So #Venom. I went in fearing the worst, BUT I actually liked it quite a bit more than I thought I would. I still wish it was rated R, but it seems like they set up something to cross over into Spider-Man's movies, and it was funnier than I imagined. — ð»ashleyð (@AshleyEsqueda) October 2, 2018 And, we're back. Sorry to say that #Venom is pretty much a complete failure - a tonal mess that feels 15 years old, ignoring the storytelling strides that the superhero genre has made in recent years. A few fun Venom-centric moments aside, it has nearly nothing to offer. Don't get your hopes up. — Tom Horrorgensen (@Tom_Jorgensen) October 2, 2018 This is harsh. In regards to #Venom, I haven't felt that way walking out of a superhero movie since Green Lantern. — Joshua Yehlblazer (@JoshuaYehl) October 3, 2018 So, Tom Hardy is the saving grace? @JimmytotheO had a good time with @VenomMovie. While it has its flaws, he calls it “fast paced, funny and sometimes thrilling...” Plus “Tom Hardy is pretty phenomenal.” Full review soon! pic.twitter.com/CKYdLPRyAL — JoBlo.com (@joblocom) October 2, 2018 So much sarcasm, love it! You mean to tell me a movie about a Spider-Man villain without Spider-Man and made outside the context of the Marvel Universe simply as a money grab isn't good? Stunning. #venom — Robin Lundberg (@robinlundberg) October 2, 2018 I haven't even seen the movie, but I totally get her point. It's...not a complete disaster? At least I was never mad watching it? But it is an excruciatingly surreal experience. The humor, the story beats, everything right down to the Eminem theme song feels like it emerged Kimmy Schmidt style from a sealed off early 00s bunker. — The Mothmegð NYCC (@rustypolished) October 2, 2018 Well, after all, it is Tom Hardy. Tom Hardy's performance in #Venom is either Johnny Depp in the first PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN or Chris Klein in STREET FIGHTER: THE LEGEND OF CHUN-LI. Either way, it's not boring. — Scott Mendelson (@ScottMendelson) October 2, 2018 Very neutral. Not sure if Tom Hardy's weirdness sabotaged #Venom or saved it, but it has a self-aware cartoonishness, especially in its latter half. It's not "good," but it's better than expected. Doesn't feel like an R-rated film, am guessing the deleted 40min is just Hardy clowning around. — Scott Mendelson (@ScottMendelson) October 2, 2018 Almost every review summed up in one sentence – “It wasn't as bad as I expected it to be.” #Venom wasn't as bad as everyone was saying it was going to be. Tom Hardy is and always will be a great actor, and I laughed a lot — but I'm not sure whether that was intentional or not. Post-credit scene is 𥠗 Beatrice Verhoeven (@bverhoev) October 2, 2018 The first person who liked it a lot. #Venom was only the best superhero movie I've seen in along while. It's refreshing to see a superhero film that wasn't bogged down by years of movies and characters. Def a worth see. Sony really gave it their all. — Aaron- Certified Rotten (@Bizarnage) October 2, 2018 Okay then. Significant chunks of #Venom don't work *at all* but there is some serious charm to the Eddie/Venom relationship. Not sure I had the intended reactions to some scenes but fun is fun - even when it's totally ridiculous, right? It's too bad they didn't go for the R rating though. — Deweystein's Monster (@PNemiroff) October 2, 2018 Okay, this is my favourite tweet from all of these. #Venom is like a buddy comedy in which one of the buddies has to prevent the other from biting people's heads off, which is another way of saying I liked it. — Michael Nordine (@slowbeard) October 2, 2018
  16. This season of 'Bigg Boss' has been slow in terms of TRP and how the players are advancing. However, seems like the entire onus of entertainment and attention is on this season's hottest couple, Anup Jalota and Jasleen Matharu. © Twitter After the episode of Jasleen planting kisses on Anup got a lot of eyeballs rolling, seems like the upcoming episode will result in the first clash between the lovey-dovey couple. According to the promo video, the singles have to kidnap one person from each 'jodi' and raise a few demands to their partner. If the demands are met, the single would be nominated, and if not, the 'jodi' would be nominated. Turns out that when Dipika asks Jasleen to cut her hair, give up her make up and clothes to save Anup, Jasleen is in a fix. She is seen bargaining with Dipika and Anup is seen wondering why Jasleen cannot give up clothes to save him. Nominations ki prakriya ho chuki hai shuru aur singles hain taiyaar jodiyon ko bandhi banane ke liye! Dekhna na bhulein #BB12 aaj raat 9 baje. #BiggBoss12 pic.twitter.com/kXI4OC7gQY — COLORS (@ColorsTV) October 1, 2018 Now we don't really know what happens eventually, but from the promo seems like the couple might just have their first clash of opinion there. Tonight's episode will be exciting, or so it seems.
  17. The iPhone XS and XS Max will be available for Indian users to buy from today from 6:00 PM onwards. Users can buy the new iPhones on both online and offline platforms. The iPhone XS is exorbitantly priced in India and starts with a price tag of Rs 1,09,900. Customers can buy the new phone via Flipkart, jio.com and the Airtel Online Store. Since these smartphones cost a small fortune, retailers have come out with attractive offers for buyers that include cash-back options and EMI plans. © Twitter Here are the prices of the new iPhones, in case you plan on buying them today: . iPhone XS (64GB): Rs. 99,900 . iPhone XS (256GB): Rs. 1,14,900 . iPhone XS (512GB): Rs. 1,34,900 . iPhone XS Max (64GB): Rs. 1,09,900 . iPhone XS Max (256GB): Rs 1,24,900 . iPhone XS Max (512GB): Rs. 1,44,900 Deals: © Reuters If you're looking to save additional money, you can avail offers from various outlets. The Airtel Online Store is offering a 5 per cent cashback on online orders if you use Citi Bank or Axis Bank credit cards. You can either avail a 12-month or 24-month EMI option. You can have the iPhone XS either delivered to your home or arrange a pickup at your nearby Airtel Store. On Flipkart, you can avail other rewards such as an exchange offer that will save you up to Rs. 13,500 on any of the new iPhone models. If you pre-order on Flipkart using an RBL Bank credit cards, HDFC Bank credit card or an Axis Credit Card, customers can get a five per cent discount. If you prefer to buy on EMI, offers start at Rs 4,149 per month. The iPhone XS and XS Max come with a 5.8-inch screen and 6.5-inch screen respectively. All models are powered by Apple's proprietary A12 Bionic chip and come with a dual camera system. Both primary camera lenses have a 12MP sensor with f/1.8 wide angle lens and the second lens has an aperture of f/2.4. Both models come with iOS 12 out of the box. Will you be buying the iPhone XS or the iPhone XS Max? Let us know in the comment section below.
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  19. It's that time of the year when brothers all over India are busy scouring websites and malls to find the perfect gift that (somehow) does justice to the amount of love their sisters shower on them. From makeup to chocolates, every Raksha Bandhan, we see how boys get busy with their brotherly duties, but end up giving the same old gifts to their sisters. Well, this year, it's time for a change, as we urge men to take notice of organic, sustainable and chemical-free products for their sisters this Rakhi. Here are 5 products we found on Qtrove.com that are all things natural and make for the perfect Rakhi gifts: Fudge-N-More Qtrove.com Treat your sister to some TLC with this killer combination of cookies in rich chocolate fudge! This decadent delight is handcrafted with pure couverture chocolate blended with the choicest finest ingredients. And the best part about this is that it's egg-free and also free from any artificial flavours or preservatives. Handwoven Ikat Bag Qtrove.com Well, if your sister is a bit of a fashionista (which we are sure she is!) she'll absolutely love this handwoven ikat Tote with a monochrome print. Sustainable, stylish and a bag your sister just won't be able to resist. This contemporary tote is a step forward to her eco-conscious fashionista image. Tea Gift Hamper Qtrove.com This handpicked hamper will make sure your sister will devour every sip of her tea. Stylishly packed in a pretty box, with all ingredients being organic, this hamper is everything a girl needs. So instead of the traditional mithai ka dabba, surprise your sister with this curated hamper and be sure to get extra brownie points. Desserts Please? Qtrove.com Celebrate the thread of love and sweetness with these yummy chocolate bars that are organic and are a great snacking option. They have no added preservatives and is absolutely divine for chocolate lovers. There's no way your sister will stop at just one. Healthy Mane Qtrove.com A best-seller on Qtrove.com, the Bhringraj hair vitalizing elixir provides a quick nourishment for her hair. Along with the nourishing properties, the elixir is infused with Mentha and Natural Lavender fragrance, that can help calm the mind. It's easy to use, can be easily washed and its aromatherapy properties make this a precious product. So dear brothers, this Raksha Bandhan, fret not! Qtrove.com is the perfect one-stop destination for natural and organic gifts your sister will love. Qtrove.com brings to you all natural and sustainable products from passionate sellers across the country; these products are made of natural, home-grown ingredients, are free of artificial chemicals, and made in limited numbers either by hand or in small setups. So, it's time to say bye to boring factory-made products filled with chemicals harmful to your body. Go, embrace Qtrove.com, your go-to marketplace for all things pure and good.
  20. Right after you wake up from what we call 'bliss for 8 hours', unfortunately, a lot of tasks lie ahead of you. Including, an important grooming and cleansing routine, that'll define your appearance for the rest of the day. But since every thing requires a minute or two (or maybe more), it all comes down to your efficiency and the pace you're working with. Take for example, the process of shampooing your hair. There's just no alternative to it, right? Enter dry shampoos, that are almost like shampooing your hair, but without the hassle of getting wet, foaming it and most importantly — investing a lot of time. Agreed, shampooing your hair doesn't take an hour anyway (unless you have a long, long mop), but it's worth saving a few minutes, man. © MensXP Let's begin with versing you with what we love about dry shampoos. First off, they take 30 seconds to spray (yes, a dry shampoo is literally just a spray bottle). Two, they absorb all the excess oils in your scalp in and well, even reduce the advent of greasy strands through the course of your day (which results in oil trickling down your forehead too). So clearly, dry shampoos are a grooming shortcut you didn't know you could take. Which in reality, is also a very practical option too. © MensXP It wouldn't be unusual to mention, that there's an alternative to dry shampoos too. Known as 'texturing sprays' — something we'd recommend for sure — also come with added incentives, in fact. They leave a much-better fragrance in your hair, makes hair styling easier and also add a hell lot of movement and volume to your strands. But besides replacing your shampoo-regime with a dry shampoo/texture spray, texture powders exist too. Just sprinkle some into your mop, and you'd notice it disappear almost instantly. And while it's indulging in the act of invisibility, it also eats up all the oil/grease from your scalp and hair, leaving you (almost) oil-free. Here's our edit of the best out there: 1. BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo © Amazon India Price: Rs. 468 Buy here 2. Alterna Caviar Sheer Dry Shampoo © Amazon India Price: Rs. 2,690 Buy here 3. Living Proof Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo © Amazon India Price: Rs. 1,690 Buy here 4. OUAI Dry Shampoo Foam Spray Mousse © Amazon India Price: Rs. 2,069 Buy here 5. Batiste Dry Instant Hair Refresh Shampoo © Amazon India Price: Rs. 487 Buy here 6. Serge Normant Meta Sheer Dry Finishing Spray © Amazon India Price: Rs. 2,970 Buy here 7. Shu Uemura Texture Wave Dry Finishing Spray © Amazon India Price: Rs. 5,096 Buy here
  21. Traffic jams are expected on July 13 as Nawaz Sharif and Maryam return to Pakistan-Photo: FileLAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif and daughter, Maryam, have said to return to Lahore on Friday from London, after the two were...
  22. Rescued schoolboys are moved from a military helicopter to an awaiting ambulance at a military airport in Chiang Rai, Thailand, July 9, 2018. Photo: REUTERSCHIANG RAI: Rescuers resumed preparations on Tuesday for a third rescue operation deep into...
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