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  1. Who does not have plans to lose weight and eat healthier on their New Year's resolutions' list? But you should really pull up your socks and quit postponing eating clean and healthy because New Year's is still a quarter of a year away! What more auspicious an occasion to begin a new lifestyle than on Ganesh Chaturthi? While the world is celebrating the birth of Lord Ganesha, the god of knowledge, wisdom, and prosperity, let the God of new beginnings accompany you on a journey of eating food free of impurities and substitute chemical-laden food products with these natural products from Qtrove.com. 1. 100% Natural Multi Millet Chappati Mix Qtrove.com An ideal, healthy delicious roti for people of all ages. You can make soft and healthy chappatis with a perfect blend of millets and wheat. The mix has hand-cleaned, hand-roasted ingredients like Foxtail Millet, Banyard Millet, Jowar, Pearl Millet, Ragi and Wheat. These are ground and packed fresh in a clean environment. No preservatives or colorants are added. 2. Ghee Desi Gir Cow's Vedic Traditional GrassFed Ghee Qtrove.com Ishavasyam brings you the finest Desi Gir Cow's hand-churned ghee made by Vedic traditional method. Fresh, unprocessed milk is boiled and converted into curd in a clay pot, which is then churned with wooden hand churner. The makkhan obtained in the process is separated, and boiled in a thick iron vessel on mild cow dung cake fire to get ghee. This ghee has numerous ayurvedic and medicinal properties. 3. Preservative Free Quinoa And Semolina Pasta Qtrove.com Healthier than whole wheat pasta, the Quinoa Flour and Durum Wheat Semolina Pasta is crafted to perfection in Gustora's state of the art Italian production facility. To get the perfect texture, the dough is slowly and gently extruded through bronze dies. The shapes are then dried on looms and wooden trays for 18 hours. It tastes and boils just like regular pasta and is protein and fibre rich. 4. Low GI Parboiled Rice Qtrove.com Rice is naturally gluten-free. And this rice is further parboiled to reduce the glycemic index. A healthy alternative to white rice, this one is good for diabetics too. The parboiled rice is sourced from Jagatsinghpur in Orissa. The paddy is parboiled twice, before dehusking, to ensure that the bran layer is intact. 5. Organic Jaggery Powder Qtrove.com Known as a substitute for sugar, jaggery is a plant-based source of vitamin B12. It has a low glycemic index with essential vitamins and minerals. Jaggery can be used to treat problems such as dry cough, common cold, asthma, digestion, migraines and even increase haemoglobin. A mixture of palm jaggery with warm water can stop hiccups. It doesn't have any chemicals or preservatives. And you can find all of these wonder products and much more at the one-stop-shop for all things good- Qtrove.com. They make sure that they deliver only the best to you. This curated marketplace exhibits and sells only natural and sustainable products from passionate sellers across the country. The products are made naturally and consciously by local sellers for Qtrove.com, which intends to bring their products to the national audience. So, it's time to say bye to mass-produced and boring factory-made goods. At Qtrove.com, products are made in limited numbers, either by hand or in small facilities with individual care. Embrace Qtrove.com as your go-to marketplace for all things pure and good. Spread the good karma by embracing the ultimate shop for good things- Qtrove.com!
  2. I think it's safe to assume that most (if not all!) of us want to adapt to a healthier lifestyle, and one of the key prerequisites of adapting to that lifestyle involves regularly going to the gym. But as fitness experts will let all gym beginners know, there are a few things they should have in their possession before they start working out - think of these as basic gym essentials that will make life a lot easier for you. And so on that note, here are five things that all gym newbies should stock up on before they start hitting the gym. 1) A Fitness Band © Pexels No longer a piece of novelty, a fitness band has become somewhat of a necessity for working out nowadays. Apart from helping you track your calorie intake and record your workouts, most fitness bands also come equipped with heart rate monitors, IP67 water and sweat resistance and even a blood pressure tracker, making them a healthy addition to your workouts. Pro tip: Some of the best fitness bands in India (link: https://www.mensxp.com/technology/wearables/42390-top-6-budget-fitness-trackers-you-can-buy-in-india-right-now.html) that happen to be budget-friendly as well, are curated by Garmin and Honor. 2) A Pair Of Running Shoes © Instagram/Varun Dhawan This probably goes without saying, but it's such an important and essential requirement that it warrants a mention on our list, regardless of its obviousness. You cannot expect to start hitting the gym and working out without investing in a pair of A-grade and premium running shoes. Not only are they essential for providing the right stability to your body, but they can also help you avoid getting injured. Pro tip: Nike, Puma and Adidas offer some of the best running shoes for men out there. Though they can be a tad bit expensive, they make for a worthy and long-term investment. 3) A Pair Of Wireless Headphones © Instagram/Virat Kohli Investing in wireless headphones should also be a no-brainer. Not only will they help you break monotony during your long and exhausting gym sessions, but they can also help you pump yourself up during your workouts. The reason why you need to opt for wireless headphones instead of their wired counterparts is simple - you don't want the wires to become a hindrance to your workouts. We also recommend opting for wireless headphones over wireless earphones as the former provide more stability and are less likely to fall off. Pro tip: Sony and JBL offer some of the best Bluetooth headphones under Rs 5000 making them super cost-effective as well. 4) Activewear © Instagram/Virat Kohli While you technically can work out in a regular pair of shorts and a basic t-shirt, it's not advisable. Instead, you should try opting for activewear as it's not only supremely more comfortable, but it's also going to help accentuate your workouts. 5) A Pair Of Exercise Gloves © Instagram/Shahid Kapoor Rest assured, as you soon as you start working out, sooner or later you'll be lifting weights. And while you may not realize it now, investing in the right pair of exercise gloves will end up being a lifesaver for you. So if you have any plans of being a regular at your gym, and not just someone who gives up after one week, ensuring that you are carrying a pair of exercise gloves with you is highly recommended.
  3. So, if you're trying to text a girl, not all of them will respond to a simple 'hey' or a 'hi' message. You obviously want to be set apart from the crowd and really pique your crush's interest, just by texting her, don't you? Sometimes, people don't pay much heed to simple texts and although they might reply out of formality, if you really want to get your crush hooked to texting you back, you really need to send her something really interesting. And by text, I am referring to 'DMs', Whatsapp messages, Instagram and wherever else you may message her. © Twitter The first message is always a deal breaker and it really has to be well thought out, so that she replies with something that carries forth a conversation. That's why you can't be spontaneous in the first instant when you send a text, and neither can you wing it. So, if you're the nervous type, maybe we can help you out. Here are a few ways to get your crush to text you back to something she can't resist answering: (1) "Hey, did I see you last night at .....? Something really funny happened there. Did you notice it too?" Well, obviously you didn't see her wherever you've mentioned in the text but what's the harm in telling a little white lie? She will definitely respond by saying "no I wasn't there but tell me what happened"? and you can start a conversation with her thereon. Simple? © Pinterest (2) "Listen, remember we were having a debate over ...Well, that debate just triggered something really interesting in my head" This one is for those of you who've spoken to your respective crushes and have had a healthy conversation about something. Think of something related to that context and pick another topic to discuss over messages. She'll definitely be curious to know what you've thought about. © Thinkstock (3) "You should definitely watch the new series of ... on Netflix. Do you know what's it about"? Always a classic! Talking about a recent show definitely starts a good conversation. If she's not seen it and you talk about the show, maybe you can invite her over to watch it with you? © Pinterest (4) "I just saw this movie and this character reminded me of you so much"! Obviously, it didn't but you can surely think of a movie you've seen in the recent past and tell her about it and flatter her a little bit? All girls love compliments and if you pick up a nice character from a movie, she'll appreciate it and definitely ask you why it reminds you of her. © Twitter (5) "Hey, name a good show I can watch on Netflix"? Always a conversation starter, no matter what! And if she loves watching series, this conversation can go on for long! © Twitter (6) "So, tell me your favourite place to eat around town"? Simple and very informative. If she's a foodie, you must ask her this question. It seems natural and simple, like you're just genuinely curious about where she likes to eat. She'll be glad you asked! © Thinkstock (7) "Good morning, have a swell day and don't stress too much" Even if the conversation after you send this message doesn't go on for long between you two, at least she'll appreciate the gesture and the intent behind this message. It's a sweet morning message and if she does work late hours and is taking a lot of work stress off late, this is the best thing to send her. © Pinterest (8) "Hey, heard you like Jazz music? There's this really good band performing at ..., you want to come with"? Music always binds people and is the most common interest anyone can bond over. Obviously, you can substitute 'jazz' with any other genre and 'band' with 'DJ' or 'live set'. But if she really digs music, she'll never say no! © Pinterest (9) "I know you work out a lot and I want to really get into it as well. Any pointers"? Most girls work out nowadays. It's just about realising the importance one has to give to their body. So, if you're crushing on someone who works out, ask them their fitness routine, making it seem like you want to start working out as well. Obviously, if you're already actively working out, she doesn't need to know...yet! © Pinterest (10) "Have you read... yet? I think it's a fantastic book. What do you think"? This is for those bookworms and even if you don't read at least find out what she likes reading, do a bit of research and ask her about her favourite book. She will definitely love to answer your questions and carry forth a conversation subsequently! © Pinterest So, if you're ever perplexed about how to start a conversation with your crush over messages/texts etc. here are some ways to get you started. You can also see her interest through her posts on Facebook or her pictures on Instagram and ask her questions or start a conversation accordingly! Just don't be a creep or piss her off with your persistence. Be a gentleman about it!
  4. Not very long ago, Saina Nehwal reigned supreme as the postergirl of Indian badminton. Then came a challenger, Pusarla Venkata Sindhu. The young girl fought tooth and nail through a series of brilliant performances on the international stage. But, as Nehwal and Sindhu fought for supremacy, Indian badminton took pride in the fact that they could now boast two of the best shuttlers in the world - a luxury that eluded India for many years. Today, Sindhu is arguably the more convincing and consistent shuttler than her experienced compatriot. While Nehwal has struggled with injuries and unfavourable results, Sindhu has enjoyed a great run across tournaments. If anyone has followed her career graph, they'd agree that Sindhu, over the years, has mastered the art of delivering in crunch situations. And, her silver-medal finish in the ongoing 2018 Asian Games is a testimony to that. After becoming the first Indian shuttler to reach a singles final at the Asian Games, Sindhu went on further to etch her name in the annals of Indian sports history by bagging a historic silver medal in the women's singles event. The 23-year-old went down fighting 21-13, 21-16 against Tai Tzu Ying in the summit clash. © AP Going into the final having lost five straight games to Tai, Sindhu, ahead of their clash, claimed that she had a few cards up her sleeve and some ideas to counter her Chinese Taipei opponent. But, on the day it mattered the most, none of those tricks could save Sindhu from suffering her sixth consecutive defeat against Tai. Having displaced Nehwal in the semifinals, Tai appeared to be destined for glory as she began dominating the final right from the start. Making full use of her speed and precision, Tai forced Sindhu to play catch up as she romped to a 5-0 lead in the first game. The Indian shuttler tried to cut the deficit, but Tai was always a step ahead. From deploying perfectly-disguised drop shots to bamboozling the opponent with clever wristwork, the Chinese Taipei player wrapped up the first game 21-13 in a mere 16 minutes. Staring down the barrel, Sindhu knew she had to begin well in the second game. Playing with a strategy to push Tai to the back of the court, Sindhu did well to put the second game level at 4-4. © Reuters However, a sense of urgency and desperation to push the tempo saw Sindhu committing far too many errors. When she managed to find adequate range on her deep shots, Sindhu's drops that followed were just not effective to win points. With every single point, Tai tightened her grip on the gold medal and an un-returnable smash saw her taking a 15-10 lead. The final stages of the game saw Tai earning a match point and while Sindhu managed to save one, she couldn't prolong the inevitable after her opponent notched up the gold with a brilliant drop shot. Sindhu's dream of pulling one back against Tai and securing India's first Asian games gold in badminton singles event went up in flames. If Sindhu was good, Tai was even better. There is no denying that Sindhu's silver medal is worthy of praise, it surely is. But, the fact that the Indian shuttler has now lost three finals at major events this year undoubtedly exposes an area of improvement that Sindhu needs to work on. © AP Before suffering a heartbreak against Tai, Sindhu lost the Commonwealth Games final to Nehwal in Gold Coast and the summit clash of World Championships to Carolina Marin in Nanjing earlier this year. She had also lost the finals at India Open to Beiwen Zhang and Thailand Open to Nozomi Okuhara this year. Sindhu is undeniably a fantastic shuttler who probably got outplayed by Tai in the final, but the fact she has been losing the finals more consistently than winning them is something that could very well dent her reputation and surely derail her journey to becoming one of the world's best.
  5. No drinking session starts without the mandatory clink of the glasses and exhilarating shout of 'cheers'. How many times have your friends reprimanded you for proceeding to drink without doing the ritualistic 'cheers'? And then sheepishly, you nod and enthusiastically clink your glass with everybody else's. Do you know the reason behind this drinking ritual that has become indispensible to social drinking today? © Thinkstock Photos/Getty Images As per the most popular legend, clinking beer glasses was pretty common in taverns and during feasts in the ancient Europe. Clinking glasses so that some of the liquid spilled out into the other person's glass was a way of proving you had not poisoned your comrade's drink. Drunken brawls and personal enmities were not uncommon in those days where warriors, noblemen, courtiers sat down for an evening of revelry. So clinking glasses and spilling your drink into the other's meant you were not trying to kill them. However, there is no evidence of this practice in history. © Thinkstock Photos/Getty Images Another popular reason behind this is a bit more scientific. The sound of clinking of the glasses is supposed to heighten the pleasure of drinking by adding to one more sense i.e. the sense of hearing. Alcohol, especially wine, is best enjoyed when all the sense are involved – taking in the aroma of the spirit, watching the bubbly rise up in the glass, and swirling the velvety liquid inside your mouth. Add to it the pleasant jingle of wine glasses and you are set for the evening. So now you know why we clink our glasses in a collective gesture of brotherhood, go ahead and show off this knowledge the next time you go out drinking.
  6. When it comes to accessories, sunglasses pretty much occupy the top spot - especially when it comes to celebrity fashion (they wear it at night too, you see). But let's talk about why wearing sunglasses is extremely important. Yes, they magnify your style quotient exponentially, true, but they do so much more for your well-being, from a purely functional point of view. Let's discuss 6 less talked about, often overlooked points about why we need to start wearing sunglasses: 1. Preventing Skin Cancer © Twitter Eye protection is a given, but the skin around your eyes need protection from the harsh sunlight as well. Around 10% of all skin cancers happen around the eyes, so it's extremely important for you to put on sunglasses before you step out in that harsh sunlight. Plus, the skin around the eyes is one of the most sensitive areas in the human body. 2. Preventing Cataract & Glaucoma © Twitter When some areas of the eye lens get clouded, it's called a cataract. It's been proven that prolonged exposure to UV rays contributes to cataract, and in serious cases, may result in blindness, also in those patients already suffering from Glaucoma. Make sure you never leave home without a pair of sunglasses, whether or not you have symptoms of cataracts or Glaucoma. 3. Preventing Pterygium © Twitter Pterygium is a painful growth on the eyeball. It can be treated with eye drops, surgery, or steroids, but it is extremely irritating and annoying. The best protection against it is prevention, that can be done by shielding your eyes from harsh sunlight and UV rays. 4. Macular Degeneration © Twitter This is a condition where a part of the Macula (on the retina) starts degenerating. Research shows exposure to UV radiation can speed up the process, so wearing sunglasses is of paramount importance. 5. Preventing Sun Related Headaches & Migraines © Twitter Strong sunlight is a leading cause for triggering headaches and migraines. Wearing sunglasses can easily help curb that. Plus, you'll be less fatigued and more comfortable in the heat. 6. You'll Look Super Stylish © Twitter Last, but not the least, wearing sunglasses makes you look super stylish in an instant. Moral of the story: Please start wearing sunglasses. Now.
  7. Kuldeep Yadav has been included in the 18-man India squad for the first three Tests in England after impressing in recent limited overs matches. Photo:AFPLEEDS: India left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav has been included in an 18-man squad...
  8. Hello dear users, not everyone know exactly how to create even a basic application in IPS 4x because of fact, that there is no HOW TO on Developers page yet. Most of 3x Developers have checked every each of Dev docs to create their own apps, i miss this "START HERE:" tutorial too so i'm about to tell all of You how to create Hello World app, i will be explaining every each of steps so there is no "why this isn't working? what i'm doing wrong?" but let me inform you that i am NOT a pro coder and I can explain some things wrong but i try my best. So, let's begin.. STEP 1: Enabling Developer mode I'm recommending creating own apps on forums located on localhost because of fact that the Developer Mode can mess up with your community if you do something wrong. You can download actual Developer Tools here, after downloading the files, upload them to your parent folder of your hosting (in most cases public_html). After you've uploaded files to your www hosting, create an constants.php file and put this code inside: <?php define( 'IN_DEV', TRUE ); to enable Dev Mode. More informations here: STEP 2: Creating an Application trough your Admin CP After completing first step, you'll need to go to your ACP and create application in ACP → System → Applications using the "+ Create new" button located on top right side of page. Now you can input an Application Name, Application Directory(which is required), Author Name, Author website, Update Check URL and set the Protected status. Let's input something like this for an Hello World app: After inputting some strings, let's go ahead and create app by clicking Save button. Now if you look inside applications folder on your www you'll see that folder (in my case)helloworld have been created. Application Directory is actually an app key too so, remember it. STEP 3: Developer Center Each of app has it's own Developer Center located in ACP → System → Applications → Your Application → Dropdown menu → Developer Center Inside the Developer Center is everything you need to build your own application, to set up your extensions, app settings, databases, ACP Tabs etc. There is also an /dev/ folder located in your app folder, there you can put an custom language strings for app(/dev/lang.php dev docs), custom templates (/dev/html/front/modulekey/filename.phtml step 3 of complete example of a plugin), custom css(/dev/css/), custom email templates(/dev/email), custom js scripts(/dev/js/) and many more.. STEP 4: Creating modules and controllers There are two types of modules, there are admin modules which are modules showed in ACP and there are front modules which are showed on public side of forums. Because of that is just an Hello World app example, i will be showing you only front modules, so let's begin.. Like you can see on app page (yourdomain.com/index.php?app=helloworld), there is showing an error on the font side It's because there is no front module and it can be easily fixed by creating an front module(which is logical), let's create one by clicking "+ Add Module" in Developer Center (STEP 3). There are only two inputs(forms), Module Key and again Protected, so let's set this like that: After putting some strings in inputs, click Save to create an module. Error isn't showing no more, but, there is no content either, there is just 2S100/1 error saying that requested page does not exist, that's because there is no controller created for this module, so let's create one by pressing + button on helloworld module. After doing that, you will see an window where you can put a filename (this is where you will be putting controller code) Let's just call it helloworld and Save it, after doing so you'll need to set it as default controller for this module so when you visit your app on front side, there will be showing default page(default controller for default module) After doing so, if you visit your app page, there will be showing an already build-in blank template Like you can se, there is already pre-configured an language string module__helloworld_helloworld which is an module_modulename_controllername, this can be configured in /dev/ folder(mentioned in step three), so you need to go to your FTP and go to www/applications/helloworld/dev/ and open up lang.php file, there is already something inside and it's language string for app name. <?php $lang = array( '__app_helloworld' => "Hello World" ); All you need to do is add another language string and call it "module__helloworld_helloworld" it will should be like that: <?php $lang = array( '__app_helloworld' => "Hello World", 'module__helloworld_helloworld' => "Hello World" ); save the file and re-upload it to the /dev/ folder, after doing so, refresh page and the title will be already there! but still, there is nothing inside and there is no page title. So, now we will be creating an "Hello world!" inside this page and we will add "Hello World" as page title. Open up your controller file located in yourdomain.com/applications/helloworld/modules/front/modulekey/controller.php there is already something inside it, it's automatically generated by Community Suite <?php namespace IPS\helloworld\modules\front\helloworld; /* To prevent PHP errors (extending class does not exist) revealing path */ if ( !defined( '\IPS\SUITE_UNIQUE_KEY' ) ) { header( ( isset( $_SERVER['SERVER_PROTOCOL'] ) ? $_SERVER['SERVER_PROTOCOL'] : 'HTTP/1.0' ) . ' 403 Forbidden' ); exit; } /** * helloworld */ class _helloworld extends \IPS\Dispatcher\Controller { /** * Execute * * @return void */ public function execute() { parent::execute(); } /** * ... * * @return void */ protected function manage() { // This is the default method if no 'do' parameter is specified } // Create new methods with the same name as the 'do' parameter which should execute it } More information about namespaces and classes can be found here all you need to do is add to function execute() before parent::execute() this code: \IPS\Output::i()->title = "Hello World"; \IPS\Output::i()->output = "Hello World!"; and it will be showing this: but let's put this inside an template, for this, we will be needing an file inside /dev/html/ folder. But not exactly inside /dev/html/ folder, you'll need to create folders for front/admin module, modulekey. So it will be looking like that: /dev/html/front/helloworld/, now you need to create an .phtml file for template. Let's create one and put this inside: <ips:template parameters="" /> <center><b>Hello World!</b></center> now save it and upload to yourapp/dev/html/front/helloworld/ and name it helloworld.phtml. Now all you need to do is change a source a little bit, so instead of this code: \IPS\Output::i()->title = "Hello World"; \IPS\Output::i()->output = "Hello World!"; You will have this code: \IPS\Output::i()->title = "Hello World"; $tmp = \IPS\Theme::i()->getTemplate( 'modulename', 'appkey(Directory Name)', 'front' )->filename(parameters); \IPS\Output::i()->output = $tmp; after saving it you'll see this: Great News! You have just created an basic Hello World app with custom language strings and custom templates! Great work! Cheers.
  9. We have encountered an issue where in some cases the task that sends bulk mails does not get enabled after saving a new bulk mail. To fix please upload the following file to; /system/Email/Email.php View the full article
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