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  1. Arguably one of the best footballers on the planet, Mohamed Salah continues to be a vital cog in Liverpool's title dreams in the ongoing season of the Premier League. For someone who started his career at the left-back position, Salah has thrived as a versatile forward, primarily playing as a winger on the right flank - a position he has made his own ever since arriving at the Anfield. His pace and flair on the ball, decorated with good technique and an eye for goal, was in full display during Liverpool's 2-0 triumph over Chelsea at the Anfield on 14th April. After a goalless first half, the Reds were pushed in front by Sadio Mane whose brilliant header allowed the home side to take the lead in the 51st minute. Liverpool's first goal against Chelsea scored by Sadio Mane. #LIVCHE Cc: @KifsonWhoo, @mkah90 pic.twitter.com/nGgJ26O810 — LineKicker (@LineKicker) 14 April 2019 Two minutes later, Salah worked his magic to double the lead for Liverpool. The 26-year-old picked the ball up on the right of the Chelsea box in the 53rd minute and arrowed a rasping, unstoppable drive from his stronger left foot beyond Kepa Arrizabalaga from 25 yards out to seal the game for the hosts. Mo Salah. The Egyptian King. #LFC pic.twitter.com/R2PSvvutgt — TheKop.com (@TheKop_com) 14 April 2019 While talking to Sky Sports after the match, Salah revealed that he was so far out that he felt he had to go with just "power" in a bid to beat the Chelsea shot-stopper. It was the first goal he had scored from outside the penalty box in the Premier League for more than a year. His brilliant strike powered Liverpool back to the top of the points table with arch-rivals Manchester City currently placed second with a game in hand. The social media was abuzz with Salah's brilliant goal as football fans across the globe lauded the Egyptian for his effort. X @LFC pic.twitter.com/TQ8Ow2tyxJ — Linzi (@LinziLeighton) 14 April 2019 @2JZSteve what a screamer — Chris (@topheurgh) 14 April 2019 Oh wowie!! — Frankieeeeeeee (@frankiemcgill) 14 April 2019 @Alom_M_ im not supposed to like this but its too great a goal — shumel (@shumel10) 14 April 2019 Absolute beauty wow wow — Y'esus Orwin Boanerges (@orwin_y) 14 April 2019 The most beautiful goal you will ever see. Our Egyptian King. Good on you mate. Silence the at RACIST #ChelseaFC. — Gary M Buckley (@GBucks_M) 14 April 2019 Can not stop watching!𤩠— David Beakhouse (@DBeakhouse) 14 April 2019 Mad goal ðð»ðð»ðð»ðð»ðð» — YourWeddingReceptionMC (@remigist) 14 April 2019 He's been trying this all season long and it worked today. Thank God — Dixz (@major_dixz) 14 April 2019
  2. We are living in very interesting times where literally anything and everything is capable of stopping a game or a match. From a naked dude streaking across the field to elements in nature, no one can expect where the next obstacle in a match can come from. A few days ago, the 2nd ODI between India and New Zealand went on a halt because of sun outrage. And yesterday, another old mate came back onto the field to halt yet another match, none other than our beloved bees. © PTI Over the years we have seen many 'bee attacks', the most memorable one was witnessed in South Africa two years ago, when the host were playing against Sri Lanka. Something similar happened yesterday during the fourth one day match between India A and England Lions in Trivandrum, where the play came to a standstill for 15 minutes when a swarm of bees attacked the spectators at the stadium. An unexpected and painful turn of events took place at the Green Field International Stadium, as the match was just in its 28th over when the bees began to charge at the audience and left a lot of spectators in the stadium injured. All of this was captured in a video which went viral after the incident. Fortunately, none of the players at the stadium were seriously injured at the scene, as the bees did not enter the field. But the India A coach, Rahul Dravid, who was around the stadium at that time, had to run for his safety. A few spectators were taken to the hospital immediately because of the bee attack and the crowd at the stadium was shifted from the west side of the stadium to the east. The Chief Operating Officer of Sports Facilities Ltd told The Indian Express: "It was an unfortunate incident. We had ensured that the gallery where the spectators who sit for watching the match was cleaned ahead of the match. But it were some spectators who went upstairs where they were not supposed to go in the normal circumstances and stirred the hive unknowingly or mischievously." Though India won comfortably by 6 wickets, in which the recently named ICC Emerging player of the year, Rishabh Pant scored a blistering knock of 73 of 76 balls, and with Shardul Thakur assisting in the bowling department, team India safely secured the fourth straight win in the series.
  3. You never feel your best when you are at the receiving end of a theft. Obviously. It gets especially worse when you are a student, always running low on money and even energy on most days for that matter, besides a lot of other stuff. This universal condition that is commonly shared by most students around the world, took an even uglier turn when a university student's laptop was stolen in UK. The incident was shared by the guy's flatmate on Twitter, who revealed that the stealing the laptop wasn't the last thing the thief did. In his Twitter post, Stevie Valentine shared how after his flatmate's laptop was stolen, the thief reached out to him and apologised for the theft in an earnest email, and even suggesting helping the guy out with his important university files. So my flat mates laptop got stolen today, please pree what the thief sent him ððððpic.twitter.com/pDhhpmncPz — Stevie Valentine (@StevieBlessed) November 28, 2018 The tweet has since gone viral and obviously the netizens had a field day between sympathizing with the thief and feelings sorry for the bloke. But regardless of it all, that has given us a good laugh and here's a piece of it for you too. If he's really sorry he'll write the next essay. — Theo (@Heli0s) November 28, 2018 “If there are any files such as university work, that you need let me know”. MANNNNNN pic.twitter.com/Jud0Mb4UfO — sulia moses (@suliarmoses) November 28, 2018 And they say there's no honor amongst thieves smh — Preston (@Press107Preston) November 28, 2018 Just buy the laptop back from him. He needs the money ðð — ChistaBlue (@chista92) November 28, 2018 That's right. Pay for own laptop ð¤¦ð¼‍âï¸ð — Stanley Evason (@stanno61) November 29, 2018 You're ruining the fun coz that's what I thought too. But was like let me pretend it's not and enjoy the tweet ð — Shimo Shimiza (@khanyielanga) November 28, 2018 pic.twitter.com/xkLHAHiZ8m — Saf (@_safwaan_) November 28, 2018 A sympathetic criminal. We stan. — isa (@moisturizeds) November 28, 2018 He deserves the charger pic.twitter.com/Lab5L8Me0L — Olufemi Oyekanmi (@_jimmydneutron) November 28, 2018 Wow. I get it. And the email seems sweet. But damn you stole from a student. Students are broke too. And now they need to figure out a laptop. Or how to get their work done. — Derick Vason Swinson (@SwinsonVason) November 28, 2018 The thief sending the documents back pic.twitter.com/1qjzFJRMSZ — Lemphorwana la Bojalwa (@Roooosta) November 28, 2018
  4. Unless you have decided not to watch any non-Radhika Apte Netflix series, you will know that Chris Hemsworth will mark his Netflix debut with the movie 'Dhaka'. Hemsworth is currently in India, not as a tourist, but shooting for his upcoming project, 'Dhaka' directed by the Russo Brothers. But Hemsworth's social media is proof that Thor is having a better time than any other tourist, as he continues to excite his fans and followers with his posts. View this post on Instagram Week one down here in India. By far some of the most intense action sequences I've been apart of and the heat certainly adds an edge to it but damn we're getting good stuff!! gonna be unreal. The first shot is of our director, the insanely talented @thesamhargrave ððð¤ð¤@zocobodypro @bobbydazzler84 @rudhrakshjaiswal1 @bengrayson @thematicentertainment @agbofilms #netflix A post shared by Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) on Nov 6, 2018 at 11:54pm PST After getting stuck in traffic or as he calls it 'beautiful chaos' and spending some quality time with his Indian fans, Thor recently celebrated and wished all his fans on the occasion of Diwali. View this post on Instagram Beyond thankful for the kindness and generosity that the people of India have extended to us while making our little film here ðððð@thesamhargrave #netflix A post shared by Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) on Nov 5, 2018 at 12:18am PST Tapping into his inner 'Desi Munda' avatar, Chris recently shared a video on Instagram, where he and Randeep Hooda wished their fans a Happy Diwali and said, "Happy Deepavali to everybody. We are here in India shooting and having a wonderful day. Namaste!" View this post on Instagram SORRY FOR MY INACTIVITY BECAUSE IT'S DIWALI IN INDIA AND IT'S FESTIVAL TIME. HERE'S @chrishemsworth WISHING YOU HAPPY DIWALI â¤â¤â¤ð¥ð¥ð¥ðððððððð #ChrisHemsworth • • #follow #followme #followforfollow #followback #followher #TomHiddleston #hiddlestoners #hiddlesgoddesses #Loki #InfinityWar #marvel #mcu #followtrain #Thomas #likeforlike #Thor #hiddlesisters #hiddlesarmy #credsforcreds #thorragnarok #follow4follow #KongSkullIsland #trailer #addbackinstantly #avengers #infinitywar #Thanos A post shared by The Hawaiian Pizza Girl™ (@hiddles_bae) on Nov 7, 2018 at 9:44am PST In the video, Hemsworth is seen wearing a kurta with a tilak smeared on his forehead. While we are loving this desi Thor, we can't wait for 'Dhaka' to release already, which also stars Randeep Hooda and Manoj Bajpayee.
  5. A slew of social issues have found millennial voices, but mental health awareness still remains a taboo of sorts and Bollywood superstar Deepika Padukone is out to change exactly that. The actress, who has always broken the glass ceiling by coming out in the open about her own troubles with depression, once again pledged support to the cause on the occasion of World Mental Health Day, on Wednesday. “In 2014, I was diagnosed with clinical depression. But, in India, 90% of people who suffer from depression don't seek help,” she said in a video shared on her Twitter account. “Depression is like any other illness that requires intervention.” In her message, she also normalised mental health disorders and urged patients to share their stories using the #NotAshamed hashtag. #NotAshamed pic.twitter.com/DgewpgBpn5 — Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) October 10, 2018 A study conducted by the World Health Organization in 2015 showed that one in five Indians may suffer from depression in their lifetime, which is equivalent to 20 crore people. Due to the stigma associated with mental illness, a lack of awareness, and limited access to professional help, only 10-12 per cent of these sufferers will seek help. Another study, carried out by Assocham last year, showed that clinical depression has risen by around 50 per cent in the last eight years. It does not make discernible urban-rural demographic differences and also states that most people who commit suicide are below the age of 44. It adds that 42.5 per cent of employees in the Indian private sector are afflicted with general anxiety disorder or depression, as compared to government employees. A private sector employee in India works for a minimum of 48-50 hours a week when compared to 33 hours a week in the UK and 40 hours a week in the US. In addition, the pay in these developed countries is almost six times more even after deducting the indexing prices and cost of living. According to 'Mental Health: TLLLF National Survey Report 2018,' commissioned by The Live Love Laugh Foundation (TLLLF), more than 75 percent of participants stated they would always feel sympathetic towards mental health patients. In the same vein though, they also exhibited feelings of fear (14 per cent would always be fearful), hatred (28 per cent feel hatred sometimes or always), and anger (43 per cent feel angry sometimes or always) towards people with mental illness. More than a quarter admitted that they would always be 'indifferent' towards people with mental illness. These admissions indicate the prevalent stigma in society, which when clubbed with an acute shortage of mental health specialists, presents the grim reality of the situation in India. The death of the globe-trotting, fine-dining Anthony Bourdain – he committed suicide in a Paris hotel room earlier this year – brought to fore our failings on a global level as well. Is there a solution, then? Diverse programmes and legislation, including the Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram and the Mental Health Care Act, could prove to be steps in the right direction for patients in India. But, as Harvard professors Vikram Patel and Shekhar Saxena write in their Indian Express column, proper implementation would require a genuine partnership of a diverse range of groups. From the mental health and development communities to policymakers and civil society, one and all need to come together to transform mental health across the country. Mental health helplines in India Roshni +914066202000 COOJ Mental Health Foundation +918322252525 Sneha Foundation India +914424640050 Vandrevala Foundation 18602662345 Connecting +919922001122
  6. Often compared with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, Neymar has established a reputation as one of the biggest stars in the footballing world. On the back of brilliant ball control and street-smart skills, the Brazilian became a vital cog in Barcelona's front line before departing for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). But, despite his footballing prowess, Neymar has often been left red-faced. His theatrics at the FIFA World Cup in Russia earlier this year gave birth to hilarious memes that thronged social media throughout the tournament. While some slammed him for his play-acting, others just couldn't help but poke fun at the Brazilian footballer. While the World Cup might have ended, the jokes on Neymar don't seem to be ending soon. © Reuters The UEFA Champions League clash between Liverpool and PSG was expected to be an exciting contest, but it had a lot more than one expected. Twin strikes from Daniel Sturridge and James Milner gave the Reds a 2-0 lead. However, Les Parisiens came roaring back thanks to Thomas Meunier and KylianMbappe. With the match turning into a dogfight, it was Roberto Firmino who eventually netter the winner for Liverpool. ðµ Outrageous. SadioMané sends Neymar and picks up Skill of the Day ð@Mastercard#UCLpic.twitter.com/nK7jqKWmSR — UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) 18 September 2018 If the goals galore enthralled the fans, Sadio Mane's dazzling skills made Neymar look like an amateur. Receiving the ball near the right corner flag, Mane approached the backtracking Neymar, and his quick feet, clubbed with a rapid change of direction left the PSG winger going the wrong way while the Senegalese sped off closer to goal. The short video of Mane's brilliance was tweeted by the UEFA on Twitter where the Liverpool star's move was labelled as the 'Skill of the Day'. And, as soon as the video was shared, football fans across the globe took turns to poke fun at Neymar and laud the Senegalese footballer for his skill. RIP to Neymar ð#LIVPSGpic.twitter.com/fr1WboCbuf — B s t F r n d ð (@__Siyabonga) 18 September 2018 Where did Neymar go?ðpic.twitter.com/ANCSseIl0f — Ahmadð¸ð¦âï¸ (@ahmad_itti_90) 18 September 2018 The most satisfying moment in that match, Neymar receiving what he offersð¤£#LIVPSGpic.twitter.com/GSqeQOYp1G — KAMLE (@totallykamle) 18 September 2018 It would not be a perfect game without a roast..and guess who was send to buy ððð Neymar got schooled. Next opponent please ðð#YNWApic.twitter.com/XIIXsJPfr7 — I Am McThaby (@bouyzy) 18 September 2018 Mane sent Neymar back to Brazil with this trick.. Filthy! ðpic.twitter.com/g06bXI1mbv — Football Stuff (@FootbalIStuff) 18 September 2018
  7. One of the highly popular and most decorated wrestlers in the country, Sushil Kumar became the face of Indian wrestling when he bagged a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Two years later, he became the first Indian to win a world title in wrestling after his triumphant campaign at the World Wrestling Championships. It was arguably the 2012 London Olympics that truly established Sushil as the undisputed champion in Indian wrestling. Improving on his Olympic stint in 2008, Sushil clinched a silver medal after losing the final bout to Japan's Tatsuhiro Yonemitsu. In the process, Sushil became the first individual to win two Olympic medals for independent India. But, just when his fans and India's wrestling fraternity expected him to scale new heights, the Delhi wrestler faltered and, since then, has struggled to replicate the success he attained early in his career. From being accused of spiking the drinks of his fellow countryman Narsingh Yadav to instigating a brawl with his disciple-turned-rival Parveen Rana, Sushil's reputation as India's famed wrestler has taken a major hit in the past few years. © BCCL However, despite all the controversies surrounding him, Sushil has rarely let it affect his mindset or performance on the mat - something that was thoroughly highlighted in his gold-medal finish at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Locking horns with South Africa's Johannes Botha, Sushil took just 80 seconds to win the men's 74kg final bout 10-0 on the back of technical superiority. Thus, when the Indian contingent was announced for this year's Asian Games in Palembang and Jakarta, Sushil was undoubtedly labelled as one of the country's biggest medal hopes. A shrewd tactician and an experienced campaigner, Sushil was once again expected to shine for his country in the 74kg category of freestyle wrestling. But, contrary to popular perception and to the sheer disappointment of Indian fans, Sushil suffered a shocking loss after failing to get past Bahrain's Adam Batirov in the qualification round of the event. The Indian wrestler's chances of securing a bronze medal through the repechage were also dashed after Batirov lost his quarterfinal bout to Japan's Yuhi Fujinami. © Reuters Locking horns with Batirov, the two-time Olympic medallist initially found himself leading the bout 2-1 after the first period. However, the Bahrain wrestler made a sensational comeback to put Sushil on the backfoot. The Indian star did create a couple of opportunities to score in the second period but his failure to convert those into valuable points eventually saw him losing 3-5 and, thereon, getting knocked out from the Games. Talking about the match, Sushil said, "It (the defeat) was not expected. The 57kg world champion was sitting beside me and 'he said he lost. I told him don't worry, I have lost. It's part of sport'. I will come back again. We can't be overwhelmed by defeats or victories. It won't lead you anywhere." Defending his tactics, he said: "It was not a slow start. If I am leading, I can't attack much. I made a mistake by attacking him later on when I just needed to defend. I am playing a big event after four years, that is why there were small mistakes. I did not play many big events in four years. There was not much time between CWG and Asian Games, so I could not play better tournaments to prepare. This is the only reason for today's defeat". For a man who was expected to secure a medal for India at the Games, Sushil's first-round exit sent shockwaves across the country with his fans expressing their disappointment on the social media. All good things come to an end and Sushil Kumar may just be experiencing it — Dhananjay Roy (@toi_DhananjayR) August 19, 2018 Bad luck sushil kumar try next time — Ruchi Srivastava (@Ruchi804Ruchi) August 19, 2018 Sushil Kumar loses in Wrestling - what a big upset at Asian Games — Aman Sharma (@AmanKayamHai_ET) August 19, 2018 Shocker. Sushil Kumar loses in first-round to Batirov Adam of Bahrain. He looked very rusty. #AsianGames2018 — Ferrocious! (@ashwinferro) August 19, 2018 Sushil Kumar lost his qualifying round. #shocker — Rahul Mehra (@TheRahulMehra) August 19, 2018 First round loss for two-time Olympic champion Sushil Kumar. Time he sees the writing on the wall. #wrestling #AsianGames2018 — Mihir Vasavda (@mihirsv) August 19, 2018 Sushil Kumar no words for u ...go to hell just..!! — vishal pathak (@PathakVishal3) August 19, 2018 Bajrang Poonia replaces Sushil Kumar as poster boy of Indian wrestling — A.K. Arora (@akarora1959) August 19, 2018 Wrestling was expected to be India's biggest medal hail & Sushil was the biggest soldier. Sadly, he walks slowly into the sunset of his career. #asiangames2018 #BackTheBlue #AsianGames #SushilKumar #IndiaAtAsianGames pic.twitter.com/VM8zmax1pE — Indian Sports Fan (@IndianSportFan) August 19, 2018
  8. For a man who lurked in the shadows of prominent stars for the better part of his playing career, Aakash Chopra still had a fairly decent run in the domestic circuit. Playing for Delhi, he scored 783 runs in the 2007-08 season to guide his team to the Ranji Trophy title. The same season saw him scoring 310 runs and playing a pivotal role in North Zone's title-winning campaign in the Duleep Trophy. Post-retirement, Chopra began his second innings in cricket and quickly became one of the most highly sought after commentators and analysts of the game. Thanks to his know-how of the game, the 40-year-old has struck a chord with Indian fans, who have been ardent followers of the former Delhi cricketer on social media. © BCCL He is one of those rare individuals, who has the capability of influencing the minds of fans and drawing a reaction, something that many can only dream of. A similar incident came to the fore recently, when Chopra shared a photograph of what looked like a restaurant bill on social media. Paid nearly 7 Lac for a meal ðð¤£ðð Welcome to Indonesia ð®ð©ð pic.twitter.com/LYySPXPN3c — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) July 15, 2018 While the food items - which mainly included Indian vegetarian dishes - appeared in order, it was the total amount of the bill that left everyone scratching their heads. The former Indian cricketer apparently paid close to 7 lakh for what looked like an ordinary meal in Indonesia. "Paid nearly 7 Lac for a meal. Welcome to Indonesia," he tweeted. Known for his wit and humour, Chopra was trying to poke fun at his fans by claiming that he paid 7 lakh for a meal. But, in reality, he paid 7 lakh Indonesian rupiah, which translates to around Rs 3,300. While some fans came up with witty replies, others trolled the Indian commentator for his post. Translates to approx. 3500 in Indian rupees :) — Navneet Mundhra (@navneet_mundhra) July 15, 2018 How cheap is this even not a engineer get 7 lakh per annum — Suraj Mishra (@SurajMi51087850) July 15, 2018 Akash bhai sorry to say....but this post not suitable to u bcz u r always been a good analyst... So u have to analyse money exchange before u post....bdw for your commentary 100% ...love — CA. Shailesh Prajapati (@Shailes93594208) July 15, 2018 Not a person to judge but Indonesia me bhi chole bhature??? Kamaal karte ho.. — MMG (@OldThibido) July 16, 2018 Hope the Veg Kebab was worth the price of 135k! 𤪠— Saurabh Malhotra (@MalhotraSaurabh) July 15, 2018 Never understood why Indians go abroad and eat from an Indian restaurant. — Nikhil srikumar (@NikhilSrikumar) July 15, 2018 Bhai utney mein aadmi 2 baar Court marraige karley , woh v Taj mein Party dey kay !! — Debabrata Nayak (@nayak_debabrata) July 15, 2018 Haha curry is 90K while kulcha is 123K :-) — Hiren Patel (@hirenvpatel) July 15, 2018 ððItna Sara rupia hazam karlia !! — Aritra Dey (@Captain_akshay) July 16, 2018
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  10. France's Samuel Umtiti celebrates scoring their first goal in the World Cup Semi-Final against Belgium in Saint Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg, Russia, July 10, 2018. REUTERS/Lee Smith ST PETERSBURG: Samuel Umtiti?s 51st-minute header sent...
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