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  1. The early phase of the 2019 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) saw a casual Jos Buttler getting a stark reminder of the forgotten and less-talked about 'Mankad' rule when Ravichandran Ashwin paused in his delivery stride before catching him short at the non-striker's end. Since then, the cricket world has been divided over upholding the spirit of the game and the advantage batsmen tend to gain by leaving the crease early. While the debate is still on, David Warner has showed everyone how a batsman can save himself from embarrassment that mankading tends to supply in abundance. During the 22nd match of the ongoing season, Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) were slowly, but surely trying to consolidate on a key partnership between Warner and Vijay Shankar. WATCH: No, Warner doesn't want to get 'Mankaded' Full video ð¹ð¹https://t.co/feeK6QM0Nt #KXIPvSRH — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 8, 2019 The seventh over of Hyderabad's innings saw Warner taking extra precaution against Ashwin who seems to have left a doubt in the minds of opposition batsmen after mankading Buttler. In a bid to make sure he didn't follow in the footsteps of Buttler, Warner was seen leaning behind and stretching out his bat to keep it inside the crease as the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) captain delivered the ball to Shankar. How Warner backs up at non-striker's end for Mujeeb (head down pitch) vs. how Warner backs up at non-striker's end for Ashwin (head craned back at bowler's hand). pic.twitter.com/diDmlCo6sI — Peter Della Penna (@PeterDellaPenna) April 8, 2019 When Mujeeb Ur Rahman came into the attack, Warner was once again seen backing up at the non-striker's end by his head remained forward, facing down the pitch. However, during Ashwin's over, the Australian opener appeared more cautious as he turned his head around, carefully watching the bowler's hand. And, thanks to Warner's awareness, Hyderabad was aided with yet another brilliant knock by the Australian. Despite beginning the innings at a slow pace, Warner's 62-ball 70 powered the visitors to a 150-run total at the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) stadium in Chandigarh.
  2. Having a hairy back is normal. If hair grows on your head and your face, chances are your back, just like your chest, won't be left alone. Now, we don't have any beef against the hairy back, however, if you want to get rid of it, we can help. It is possible to shave your own back just like any other part of your body, although you'll need to take your time and be very careful not to cut yourself. 1. Shaving © Getty Images You can possibly shave your hairy back on your with a razor ( https://www.mensxp.com/grooming/wellness/50884-rules-to-follow-before-a-hookup-night.html). To get it done properly, you also need to find someone to assist you. You could start with cleaning up longer hair with a set of clippers first. Then, using plenty of shaving cream, instruct them to begin gently removing hair using the razor. 2. Salon Waxing © Getty Images While this takes a lot more effort and slightly more money, waxing does a job better than shaving in so many ways. The growth is delayed for two weeks straight. With two seconds of the 'aw, snap' pain, the wax strip clears large patches of hair growth instantly as against shaving which takes as little as a day at max. 3. Laser Hair Removal © Getty Images The treatment is permanent in its function and it'll get rid of any unwanted hair. Laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments aim to destroy the hair root permanently. However, there are two things that you need to keep in mind. Firstly, you need a couple of sittings to see lasting results and secondly, it'll obviously burn a tiny hole in your wallet.
  3. Premature hair loss is tragic and terribly upsetting, but that doesn't mean there aren't ways to take care of it. Now, hair loss can happen in two major ways: a receding hairline or loss from the crown region. Male pattern baldness can be caused because of a variety of reasons. From familial genes to low levels testosterone to high-stress levels. The pattern depends on which hair follicles are genetically programmed to shed first. The key to stopping hair loss is to be proactive. As soon as you see the first signs of hair loss, you need to start taking actions against them. The hair strands are made of this sulfur-containing protein called Keratin which relies on dietary supplements for growth. So, if your routine diet consists of low intake of protein, that definitely means that it's contributing towards finer weaker hair. 1. Dietary Supplements Try incorporating foods rich in vitamin B, zinc, iron. You could also consult a dietician, but foods like apricot, cereal, liver meat work well. Aside from food, you could also get daily supplements that are rich in vitamins like: Zinc Supplement © Amazon Price: 1,649 Buy it here Vitamin B Super Complex © Amazon Price: 1,499 Buy it here For other supplements that mainly focus on hair regrowth, it's better to ask a doctor first. 2. Styling Products For thinning and weak hair, it's better to steer clear from styling products that affect your hair growth negatively like clay, gel and pomades. Rather, a lighter styling option like the mousse keeps your hair in place and does not affect it negatively either. © Amazon Price: 850 Buy it here 3. Nix Dandruff Dandruff acts like a catalyst to male pattern baldness. It's definitely one of the symptoms which if you take care of will take care of slowing down hair loss. So take anti-dandruff remedies seriously. In case you want to know some cool anti-dandruff hacks, take a look at this. You should also switch to anti-dandruff shampoos for quicker results. Oiling your hair regularly is also super important. © Amazon Price: 350 Buy it here 4. Also, Smoking A study by the National Taiwan University revealed that smoking also hastens hair loss in men. Especially if you're a chain smoker, it is more likely that you suffer from mild to severe hair loss. © fashionbeands If the crop on your head is dear to you, then maybe it's time you give up smoking. 5. Approved Drugs There are certain over-the-counter medicines available to tackle hair loss. It's important though that you consult an experienced professional before taking these medicines because even if they work, they are a little expensive but also have a lifetime dependency, which means once you start popping the pills, you can't stop. They also have certain side effects that are specific to each pill like reduced libido, so you might want to consider this one carefully. © Amazon 6. A Hair Transplant If it's too late and you've lost most of your crop and desperately want it back, you should consider a hair transplant. More men below the age of 35 are considering going for transplants. It's a more permanent solution to baldness. They insert healthy hair follicles from the back of your head and transplant them to the bald region. It's definitely a better and more permanent solution than wigs and while a big investment, the results are great. © fashion beans
  4. For a man who was working as a groundsman before impressing a local coach who eventually helped him in landing a job as a professional cricketer, Nathan Lyon has undoubtedly come a long way to establish himself as one of the most effective spinners in the longest version of the game. Making his debut in 2011, Lyon took just four years to become Australia's most successful Test off-spinner of all time, passing Hugh Trumble's tally of 141 wickets. During that phase, while the cricketing world was going gaga over Ravichandran Ashwin, Lyon quietly went about his business, taking key wickets at crucial intervals with his ever-improving spin prowess. Today, he is one of most experienced and key players in the Australian fold, especially in the longest format. And, India's ongoing tour of Australia has once again highlighted how good this 31-year-old offie has been for his country. Playing in two Tests (Adelaide & Perth), Lyon didn't really surprise anyone by emerging as the leading wicket-taker in the four-match series. © AP The Aussie spinner has claimed 16 scalps at an average of 19.43, including two five-wicket hauls. More importantly, if it wasn't for five-wicket haul in the first innings and three more scalps in the second, Australia wouldn't have managed to peg India back with a 146-run triumph in Perth. Going into the third Test which would be crucial for both the sides, the Indian cricket team would be eager to upstage the Australian spinner who has, so far, spelled doom for some of the biggest names in the visiting side. And, while the Indian batting coach Sanjay Bangar will surely be working closely with the batsmen on the Lyon problem, Sourav Ganguly has come up with a special advice for Virat Kohli & co to tackle the offie. “I had thought of sending a text to Kohli but I haven't done it yet. I wanted to tell him that you shouldn't give so many wickets to spinners outside the subcontinent. There is no doubt that Nathan Lyon is a great spinner but so were Shane Warne, Muttiah Muralitharan and Graeme Swann,” Ganguly was quoted as saying by India TV. © AP “They have shown him too much respect by defending a lot of deliveries outside the off-stump. Instead, I feel they should attack him more and look to build towards at least a total in excess of 300-350,” he added. The former Indian skipper was critical of the Indian batsmen and expressed his disappointment at their repeated failures. He further opined that the Indian batsmen, despite touring Australia back in 2014, have not shown any signs of improvement. “For all of India's top order batsmen, this is not their first tour to Australia. They have been there before. Logically their game should improve over the years but from what we saw in Perth, it is difficult to say it has. Barring Kohli and (Cheteshwar) Pujara, none of them are making a lot of runs and this is not good for the team. If India have to win, they will have to do a lot more,” Ganguly said. With the four-match series currently tied at 1-1, Kohli and his men will be eager to take note of Ganguly's advice before locking horns with Australia in the third Test, slated to begin from 26th December at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
  5. "There is no passion to be found playing small - in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living." Nelson Mandela's famous quote is probably the best way to describe Virat Kohli's love affair with cricket. His passion for cricket has made him one of the best batsmen in the world across formats and further nurtured him into a ruthless captain. It's also the very passion that defines Kohli's emotional, effervescent and, at times, explosive character. For him, the world is for the taking and his hunger to succeed has propelled him to the pinnacle of the sport. At the age of 30, he is arguably the most relentless and popular performer in the sport. He is already a World Cup winner (2011), the Player of the tournament at a World T20 (2014) and has led India to a record eight consecutive Test series wins. In December 2018, he became the first Asian captain to win a Test in England, Australia and South Africa. © Reuters If his cricketing skills have allowed him to scale new heights in international cricket, his winning mentality and positive mindset is also something that sets him apart from other cricketers of his generation. Despite the hardships and personal setbacks in his life, the Delhi cricketer has gone from strength to strength to carve his own niche in the sport - something that was in full display during his recent interview in Australia. This reply of Virat Kohli when asked how he feels when opposition team wins despite him trying his best, is a learning lesson in itself. MUST WATCH. pic.twitter.com/ryYijA4KsZ — Chandramukhið¥Stark (@FlawedSenorita) December 13, 2018 Talking to Fox Sports, Kohli revealed how he managed to overcome his problems to become the legend he is today. He also gave an insight into how he tries to get over a loss in cricket. “When you lose, eventually you feel so bad that you reach a point where you think there is nothing more than you can feel about this so you got to get over it,” Kohli said. "But now what happens is, even after we lose an important game to someone else, you actually feel bad about your own loss but at the same time, you look at it as the other team has come to play as well. These guys have the similar kind of emotion and passion that we have. There is no good reason why we should win every game. So, I naturally started feeling happy for the other team as well if they really outplay us, because you understand that they are playing the same sport and they might have the same emotion that I do,” he added. © AP Stressing on the importance of not overthinking, Kohli said: So you take it as a part of the game as you can't be so obsessive about it where you cannot put your mind to anything else, because you have to move on and focus on the next game as well. That thing has especially helped me in Test cricket also because you have to come back for 5 days and have that mindset otherwise you will struggle to forget it and refresh yourself to focus on the next game”. While Kohli was majorly talking about cricket, his words of wisdom serve as a great reminder to all those who have struggled or are still finding it hard to overcome their personal problems.
  6. I call Delhi my home. And why shouldn't I? I've lived here for over 30 years and went through all of its phases it had to offer. As a child, I developed chronic bronchitis while staying in the city and it made me uncomfortable from time to time. It was nothing major to worry about because it was latent and it hardly ever occurred again in my growing-up years. But as the years progressed with my time in Delhi, the latency of my health issue started brimming to the surface. It wasn't because my lungs were not functioning well. it was because the air quality in Delhi subsequently dipped. (c)Twitter The last five years have been a literal living nightmare in Delhi with the bad air quality that surrounds us and let's face it, we've done nothing productive to counter or tackle this grave issue. Instead, we've been counter-productive towards this very problem and enhanced it in a way that we can't seemingly make it better instantly. But I wouldn't blame the commoners as much as I'd blame the government and together, we've managed to make Delhi the most polluted city in the world. Yes. Let that information sink in, slowly. Imagine, living in a smoke bubble constantly, trying to find your way out. Well, let me tell you, there is none, and the only probable solution that'll ever come out of this is if we dearly depart this highly toxic city. (c)Times Of India Recently, I caught the flu pretty bad due to severe weather change and it developed into a bad chest congestion bringing my bronchitis back. I went to the doctor immediately because I was literally choking and when I got there, I had to wait for 1.5 hours to see her. Why? Because everyone around me was really sick. When I finally got my time with her she told me I was the 106th patient to come see her for the same reason. The symptoms appearing after breathing in the toxic air are- wet cough, wheezing, chest congestion, eye burns and swollen glands and other lung-related ailments and the doctor had a fair share of patients dealing with the same that day. The worst bit- she said, was that 60 cases out of the 106 cases she'd seen that day were babies and children. (c)Twitter "I get a lot of patients on a daily basis fighting pollution-related ailments and my only advice to them is leave the city. There is nothing else we can do right now. Especially children" - Dr Mugdha, Fortis Hospital. #Delhi's Anand Vihar at 999, area around US Embassy, Chanakyapuri at 459 & area around Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium at 999, all under 'Hazardous' category in Air Quality Index (AQI) pic.twitter.com/QX7z5UYOl9 — ANI (@ANI) 8 November 2018 But it's not just the lack of information and awareness. My doctor telling me to leave this city to improve my health is not the solution and backing down and bowing in front of it will not make it any better. The only solution left is to fight the air, which will continue to make the Delhi winters worse. The lethal level of pollutant PM2.5- the particles of which can easily penetrate the lungs and cause respiratory diseases was at a 'hazardous' 644ins some parts of Delhi about two days before Diwali this year. But Diwali left us with little or no mercy and the air quality worsened instantly, right after Diwali. The air quality oscillated between 'poor' and 'very poor' because people defied the Supreme Court's orders to not burst hazardous crackers in the first place. The air quality recorded with an overall index rising to 574, which falls in the 'severe-plus emergency' category according to data by the centre run-SAFAR. (c)Twitter So, this is how it really works- An AQI ( air quality index) between 0-50 is considered good, 51-100 is 'satisfactory', 101-200 is moderate, 201-300 is 'poor', 301-400 is 'very poor', and 401-500 is 'severe'. Any guesses which category we fall under? Dear Delhi: we just let ourselves down with this brazen contempt of the Supreme Court. We were better than this, I thought... — barkha dutt (@BDUTT) 7 November 2018 "The origin of Delhi air pollution problem is linked to the development of it obviously. When Delhi's population started expanding, construction dust, which is a high factor to the pollution in Delhi contributed to air pollution a lot and so has industrialisation and obviously vehicular emissions, which are increasing air pollution all year around. The last 3-4 years stubble burning came to the narrative and stubble burning only impacts pollution during winter. So, all year around, waste burning, plus the mentioned issues become contributors to the pollution factor to Delhi. (c)Twitter From a solving perspective, obviously sustainable development is one, improving your waste practices is one and protecting our trees - are the small solutions we can work towards or a more long-term benefit" - Tamseel Hussain, an environmentalist who also runs #letmebreath, which is India's first pollution storytelling community, which started last year during peak Diwali season. The depletion, though, in air quality hasn't just been witnessed this year. In 2017 the AQI pos Diwali was 340, in 2016 it was 445and in 2015 it was 360, all falling under the 'severe' quality. "The Delhi government has proposed the Graded Response Action Plan, which we still have to see the impact of and the central government has proposed the National Clean Air action plan The thing is, everyone keeps blaming that people need to contribute but I think it's a combination of the government and people coming together and collaborating to solve this crisis" - Tamseel Hussain Long ago I was told that there was no culture in Delhi but a "vulture". Today I discovered that we are worse than vultures. We feed on ourselves. How else do you explain crackers going on in brazen violation of court orders, leaving behind choking smog putting all of us to shame. — Anil Swarup (@swarup58) 7 November 2018 While we think the problem lies with the people who've been burning firecrackers all year round, I solemnly believe it's not just them. I have witnessed a terrible drop in air quality because I am prone to sicknesses when that happens since the past three years, and it's something that happens frequently and not just during Diwali. Yes, the air quality does worsen during Diwali but we suffer a lot more from the smoke of crops that burn and we don't realise it. But as ardent citizens of a country that's losing its face in the name of corrupt practices, we can surely rectify these issues and make them more minor than major. As Tamseel points out, we can do our own bit to maybe curb the pollution issue so the kids in our city can breathe fresh air, instead of being rushed to the hospital to be nebulised. (c)Twitter I wish to go back to the Delhi I grew up in, where the air was cleaner than what it is today and for that to happen, we need to encourage more changes in and around us and obviously, within our lifestyles as well.
  7. Love is a beautiful feeling. It makes you feel complete. It keeps you happy. It makes you satisfied and thankful. But, there's a catch. The only way you would feel all of this, is if the love is mutual. via GIPHY However, if your love is one-sided, then it's quite the opposite. Then, it's one of the worst feelings, it makes you a loner and you would often find yourself being sad for no specific reason. In short, one-sided love is a b***h! via GIPHY Given the f****d-up *** ratio (and some unreasonable demands of people), I'm sure many of you who are reading this are going through, or at least have suffered the pain of one-sided love. It's never easy to get over it, especially when you have strong feelings towards that person. via GIPHY However, there are few steps which you can take to try and tackle the infamous one-sided love and move on with your life: 1. No Means No You asked her out and she said no. It happens. Accept it and move on. Don't hold on to her. The famous dialogue “Uski naa me hi uski haan hai” is a myth. There's no such thing. © Dharma Productions If she doesn't accept your love, don't keep pursuing her. You would be making the situation awkward for the both of you. Stop going after her if she has turned you down. 2. Ignorance Is Bliss The more you think of her, the harder it will be for you to move on. It might sound childish but a good way to move on is to delete her from your social media accounts. (And don't stalk her afterwards). via GIPHY Delete her pictures from your phone. The reason being, the less you see her, the better it will be for your mind to concentrate somewhere else and eventually you'll start forgetting her. 3. Don't Give 'Too Much' Time To Yourself Contrary to popular belief, staying alone would make you think about her more. Solitude is not the answer, at least not at first. Go out with your friends, do things which you love to do and keep yourself as busy as you can. via GIPHY If your mind is occupied with something else, then you won't get the time to think of her and this will help you move on. 4. Don't Over Think Things Just because she turned you down doesn't mean there's something wrong with you. Everyone has a different taste and type. It simply means that you aren't her type. There's nothing more to it. via GIPHY Don't start blaming and self-analysing yourself just because she turned you down. Be confident in your own skin and accept that she's looking for something else. 5. There Are Other Fish In The Water Last but not least! As cliché as it may sound but finding someone else actually helps. You don't necessarily have to jump into a relationship but find someone with whom you enjoy spending time (apart from your friends). via GIPHY Thanks to Mr. Modi's Digital India campaigns, it's not difficult to find a date if you have a smartphone. Just swipe right, go out, and have a good time. Keep repeating until you find someone worthy. One-sided love is something which no one should go through, but unfortunately, we don't live in a perfect world. © Dharma Productions If you're in the middle of one, follow the aforementioned steps and move on in life. I'm sure a better future is waiting for you!
  8. If you're one of those serial WhatsApp message forwarders, we have some bad news for you. In a recent blog post by WhatsApp, the company said it will soon be limiting users from forwarding messages to only five people at a time. This decision was taken to curtail the rapidly spreading menace of fake news, especially in India, which has led to misunderstood mob lynching and deaths of several civilians. © Reuters WhatsApp said in the blog post, “Today, we're launching a test to limit forwarding that will apply to everyone using WhatsApp. In India - where people forward more messages, photos, and videos than any other country in the world - we'll also test a lower limit of 5 chats at once and we'll remove the quick forward button next to media messages.” The Indian Government recently issued a notice to WhatsApp to bring more effective solutions to curb this problem. Recently, WhatsApp added a feature that would let users identify forwarded messages with a label. The company also took out full-page advertisements in Indian newspapers to highlight “easy tips” for spotting fake news. © WhatsApp The Centre said in a statement “When rumours and fake news get propagated by mischief mongers, the medium used for such propagation cannot evade responsibility and accountability. If they remain, mute spectators, they are liable to be treated as abettors and thereafter face consequent legal action. It has been conveyed to them in unmistakable terms that it is a very serious issue which deserves a more sensitive response,” © Reuters WhatsApp currently has over 200 million active users in India, where forwarding messages is a common practice. Forwarded messages include simple 'Good Morning' messages and sometimes even fake news, which has led to angry mobs targeting innocent people. Most of these forwarded messages include texts, photos, and videos. Fake messages about children kidnappers on WhatsApp has led to at least 12 people being harassed or physically assaulted. Source: WhatsApp Blog