Jump to content

Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, manage your profile and so much more. If you already have an account, login here - otherwise create an account for free today!

Welcome to our forums
Welcome to our forums, full of great ideas.
Please register if you'd like to take part of our project.
Urdu Poetry & History
Here you will get lot of urdu poetry and history sections and topics. Like/Comments and share with others.
We have random Poetry and specific Poet Poetry. Simply click at your favorite poet and get all his/her poetry.
Thank you buddy
Thank you for visiting our community.
If you need support you can post a private message to me or click below to create a topic so other people can also help you out.

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'takes'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Help Support
    • Announcement And Help
    • Funday Chatroom
  • Poetry
    • Shair o Shairy
    • Famous Poet
  • Islam - اسلام
    • QURAN O TARJUMA قرآن و ترجمہ
    • AHADEES MUBARIK آحدیث مبارک
    • Ramazan ul Mubarik - رمضان المبارک
    • Deen O Duniya - دین و دنیا
  • Other Forums
    • Quizzes
    • Movies and Stars
    • Chit chat And Greetings
    • Urdu Adab
    • Entertainment
    • Common Rooms
  • Science, Arts & Culture
    • Education, Science & Technology
  • IPS Community Suite
    • IPS Community Suite 4.1
    • IPS Download
    • IPS Community Help/Support And Tutorials

Blogs

There are no results to display.

There are no results to display.

Categories

  • IPS Community Suite 4.4
    • Applications 4.4
    • Plugin 4.4
    • Themes/Ranks
    • IPS Languages 4.4
  • IPS Community Suite 4.3
    • Applications 4.3
    • Plugins 4.3
    • Themes 4.3
    • Language Packs 4.3
    • IPS Extras 4.3
  • IPS Community Suite 4
    • Applications
    • Plugins
    • Themes
    • Language Packs
    • IPS Extras
  • Books
    • Urdu Novels
    • Islamic
    • General Books
  • XenForo
    • Add-ons
    • Styles
    • Language Packs
    • Miscellaneous XML Files
  • Web Scripts
  • PC Softwares
  • Extras

Categories

  • Islamic
  • Funny Videos
  • Movies
  • Songs
  • Seasons
  • Online Channels

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Facebook ID


FB Page/Group URL


Bigo Live


Website URL


Instagram


Skype


Interests


Location


ZODIAC

Found 306 results

  1. If you are not familiar with the Malayalam language, youâd probably never switch to a football channel with Malayalam commentary, and that would be the logical thing to do. But once you listen to Shaiju Damodaran go nuclear on the microphone after Portugalâs Cristiano Ronaldo scored on a magical free-kick against Spain during the 2018 FIFA World Cup, logic would go right out of the window and Malayalam commentary is all you would be listening to. Cristiano Ronaldo's third (hat-trick) goal against Spain in #FIFAworldcup2018 with Malayalam commentary. ENJOY! pic.twitter.com/JvUYXVLaqO â Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) June 16, 2018 Ask the chairman of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra , he will tell you. Ok thatâs it. Iâm switching to this channel with commentary in Malayalam. No, I donât understand the language but I donât need toâthese guys are so pumped up they make the English & Hindi commentators sound tame! pic.twitter.com/yWqApVx6jp â anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) June 16, 2018 Damodaranâs career, which started out as a sports journalist with a Kerala newspaper over 20 years ago, has now evolved into an entire cult. Passionate football fans, mostly Malayalis from India and many other parts of the world stopped listening to match commentary in any other language. All they wanted to lend their ears to were his energetic words. âWhatever I am today, the reason why my commentary goes viral every year is because of all the Malayali sports fans out there. Be it India or Dubai or any other part of the world, it is because of them that my voice has reached out to so many people,â an excited Shaiju Damodaran tells MensXP. âAs a professional commentator, I just try to do my job to the best of my abilities and I am extremely fortunate to have so many people loving my work every single day.â Not every moment of every football match is equally exciting and while the viewers have the option of changing the channel or turn off the television altogether, the commentators canât afford to let the energy dip. It is their job, essentially, to keep the viewer dialled in. For Damodaran, however, the ability to maintain that level of energy is more natural than making a conscious effort. âWhenever a goal happens or a player executes a good move, my reaction comes out automatically. That energy comes from within. Main yeh jaan bhuj ke nahi karta (I donât do this intentionally),â he says. The brilliance behind the mic also originates from Shaijuâs hunger to outdo himself during his next assignment. Every match is a new opportunity. A million things can happen during a game that nobody foresaw and he looks at them as points that can change the entire flow of the game. As the only Malayalam commentator for the Indian Super League in the last six seasons, he has given his voice to more than 330 matches till date. For him, what happened during the last game is the thing of the past. If there is a match today, he will treat it like the greatest assignment he has been a part of, no matter what is at stake. âThe force that drives me every day is the realisation that I have to do each game perfectly and a little better than what I did during the previous match.â Shaiju Damodaran is a busy man. Between 2018 and 2020, the longest duration for which he got to stay at home and spend some quality time with his family was one week. He did commentary during the two seasons of ISL, the Indian Premier League for a Malayalam radio station in Dubai, the FIFA World Cup 2018 and the ICC World Cup 2019. To fill the gaps in between the major tournaments, he is also working at a regional level both as a commentator but also as a public speaker. As a human being, nobody can be in that ecstatic state of mind 24x7, 365 days a year. There might be days when we feel a bit low. Sometimes, bad things happen in our lives and sadness takes over. We feel like shutting out the entire world, staying in bed and just not doing anything. Imagine commentators being in a similar predicament. Think about a match wherein the commentator sounds dull or doesn't speak with the convection required to describe a game-winning goal. Professionals like Damodaran canât afford to âsound lowâ. âWhenever I am working, I try to keep away from social issues. I stay away from anything that can upset me. I even try my best to not get in a fight with my wife,â he jokes. âMy wife and my kids deserve a lot of credit behind my successful career. If something happened in my family that they think would upset me, they wonât tell me on the day I have to do commentary.â âIn the past couple of years, we have had three deaths in our family and they kept the sad news away from me until I came back home after doing commentary so that I donât get disturbed during the match,â he says. âIt is a big deal, I believe.â While Damodaran took his career as a commentator to the next level with hard work and endless dedication, he also witnessed the evolution (although, he prefers to call it a revolution) of ISL and how it has helped make club football a big deal in this country. âIf you look at the tradition of club football in India not too long ago, it was struggling to stand on its feet. Why do you think cricket overtook football by such a large margin in India? It was only because of the unavailability of proper broadcasting of club-football games, something the Indian cricket board did exceptionally well,â he says. âFootball culture in Kerala used to be huge over two and a half decades ago but died down eventually. It was only because of broadcasting club football live that the league brought to the country that that culture got reignited. Things like my commentary are just small parts of this revolution that ISL brought about.â You can draw resemblance in Damodaranâs way of delivering dialogue with how English commentator Ray Hudson does it, especially when he is describing Barcelona FC star Lionel Messiâs magic on the field. That Hudson is idolised by the Malayali star, and that shouldnât come as a surprise to you. His wish has always been to work in the same league as the Premier League and La Liga commentator but he also goes on to clarify that his heart lies with the ISL, the league that made him what he is today. âNo matter how big you become in life, loyalty should always be a top priority for you,â he says. View the full article
  2. QUETTA: The Balochistan government on Thursday announced that it has taken the guardianship of a street child, whose video went viral in which he was seen carrying a shoe-polishing kit on a footpath in severe cold weather. Speaking to Geo News, the provincial government's spokesperson, Liaquat Shahwani, said the video of the helpless child made him very "upset". "The chief minister has taken responsibility for this [shoe-polishing] child himself," he stated. “We have already allocated a budget of 50 crore [Rs500 million] for child protection authority and will do effective legislation against child labour," he added. In the video aired by Geo News, the child was seen crouched in a corner, trying to protect himself from the bitter cold, with a show polishing kit next to him. Noting that it was unfortunate for all children, who should be playing at this age, to be stuck in the bitter cold, Shahwani said the government would "legislate against child labour". "It’s heart-wrenching to look at these visuals. I was very hurt and upset when I saw those visuals," he said. "It was around 12:30AM, I called and went there in the morning. I’ve been there three times but the child was not there. I have assigned people the responsibility and will go myself once we have the address.
  3. For fans of Anushka Sharma, it will surely be a delight to see her back in the game after a hiatus of more than a year from Bollywood, as she is set to star in a sports biopic based on Indian all-rounder and former captain of the Indian women's cricket team, Jhulan Goswami. Anushka has stepped into the shoes of the former cricketer and is all set to bring the character to life. Pictures of the actor, walking besides Goswami at Kolkata's Eden Gardens, have been trending and are going viral on social media. According to reports, Anushka was at the floodlit stadium to shoot a teaser trailer for the biopic. View this post on Instagram "#AnushkaSharma was very friendly during the shoot. She seemed extremely grounded and very particular about everything. Apart from her bowling action, Anushka constantly rehearsed the walking and warm-up style with Jhulandi" - Beauty Chakraborty (part of 10 member team at the shoot) as she starts to shoot for #JhulanGoswami bio pic. A post shared by This is an Anushkapedia. (@anushkasharma_lovers) on Jan 12, 2020 at 9:42pm PST Anushka is seen wearing an older version of the Team India cricket jersey making her fans go gaga, as they have been waiting to see her on the big screen for quite some time now. Fans are sharing their excitement for the biopic and are looking forward to watching Mrs Kohli as a cricketer. I want a cameo of @imVkohli as Virat Kohli in #JhulanGoswami biopic... @prosit_roy Bhai mauka mat chhodna waise bhi Kohli Bhai free me kaam kar lenge @AnushkaSharma Bhabhi ki movie me ð https://t.co/WlsUYAn4gh — ð (@freakishside) January 13, 2020 Bhabi ji to star as #JhulanGoswami in #ChakdahExpress All the best for this one ! Can't wait ð #INDvsAUS #AnushkaSharma pic.twitter.com/KQVxcVCGOD — Ankita (@imankitarathore) January 13, 2020 Yass Nushkie is gonna nail itððâ¤â¤ — ` (@Naina_Talwar_) January 13, 2020 I don't know much about a lady standing with Anushka but Im actually happy She is doing a film of her. After so long,She is doing a filmð #AnushkaSharma https://t.co/ii2RuoydHR — Tisha pradhan (@tisha_pradhan) January 12, 2020 There is no official confirmation, so far, about Anuskha playing Jhulan, however, reports state that Anushka was trying to emulate Goswami's gait, as well as her warm-up style and bowling action. For the uninitiated, Jhulan was an all-rounder cricketer and former captain of India's national women's cricket team. In August 2018, she announced her retirement from WT20Is. Goswami is also known for both her batting and bowling capabilities. Going by reports, the film is tentatively titled Chakdah Express and will be directed by Prosit Roy, who had previously directed Pari starring Anushka Sharma. It will be exciting to see Anushka play the role of a cricketer on the big screen. View the full article
  4. Ayeza Khan takes a dig at Imran Abbas after he sings her praisesPakistani actress Ayeza Khan on Monday dropped a hilarious comment on the Instagram post of co-star Imran Abbas. Imran took to photo-video sharing platform and shared an adorable picture with Ayeza as he showered praises and love for her. Commenting on Imran’s emotional post, Ayeza dropped hilarious remarks saying “Thankyouuuuuuuu, but dont expect the same post from me.” Later, the star went on to comment, “On a serious note, you will always be my favorite co-actor and congratulations for being my Best-friend.”
  5. Why do some politicians even open their mouths? They don't have the brain cells to form any intelligent thought but are still so entitled to share their idiotic and downright sexist opinion. And then we have to suffer the pain of listening to them. As we all saw recently, Deepika Padukone just showing up at JNU and standing in solidarity with the students who were brutally attacked caused a controversy. While half the people praised her for her powerful gesture, the other half attacked her and her upcoming movie Chhapaak. © Twitter One person, however, was so bothered by Deepika's presence at JNU, he resorted to saying something very misogynistic about 'heroines' of Bollywood. Madhya Pradesh BJP leader Gopal Bhargava said, "Heroines should dance in Mumbai. Why should she go to JNU? I do not know. There are many people like her. If they want to do politics then you should enter politics and contest elections." © Twitter There's a lot to unpack here; first of all, is he saying a heroine's job is just to dance in movies? Just to be objectified for sleazy people like him? Moreover, how is her going to JNU related at all? She didn't go there as an actress, she went there to stand with the students and show her solidarity. Also, I'm pretty sure he doesn't know that this is a democracy where every citizen has a right to comment and criticize. You don't need to enter politics to have an opinion on what's happening in the country. He, obviously, got called out for his sexist remarks, and rightly so. Politicians shld STFU and do their work. 'Heroines should be in Mumbai and dance': BJP's Gopal Bhargava takes dig at Deepika Padukone over JNU visit | India News - Times of India https://t.co/6KNZptN9tt — manjula narayan (@utterflea) January 10, 2020 It's so problematic and disgusting. 'Can it get more disgusting. People like these spread the idea of females being the lower *** and a commodity. 'Heroines should be in Mumbai and dance': BJP's Gopal Bhargava takes dig at Deepika Padukone over JNU visit | India News - Times of India https://t.co/sEcK1K5ui6 — Sapangeet Rajwant (@Sapangeet) January 10, 2020 Sad that it's so common. I give you today your daily sexist remark by a politician. 'Heroines should be in Mumbai and dance': BJP's Gopal Bhargava takes a dig at Deepika Padukone over JNU visit. Read more at:https://t.co/OxIcbvtSE2 — Kiran Manral (@KiranManral) January 10, 2020 How to fight stupidity with sarcasm. This is just no way to talk about ministers in your party. So what if they've been actresses before? Today they are capable members of the governing party ! Sheesh. So sexist! https://t.co/UfHMbt1Fjd — TheRichaChadha (@RichaChadha) January 10, 2020 Every year? That's being generous. Wow. Every year without fail. One minister has to make at least one misogynistic comment about an actress. https://t.co/GwaXqUGecO — Brown Sahiba (@Rajyasree) January 10, 2020 View the full article
  6. Brad Pitt recently took a hilarious dig at Quentin Tarantino, the director of One Upon a Time in Hollywood. While presenting the award to Tarantino, the actor left the audience in fits as he jokingly mocked the director as “The only guy I know who needs cocaine to stop talking”. The actor passed hilarious remarks on the director of Django, giving him a friendly introduction at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Tuesday. As per Page Six’s report, Pitt presented the award to Tarantino and described him as “very verbose”. "He’s the only guy I know who needs cocaine to stop talking,” said he. Brad Pitt said Tarantino “grew up in a sad and desolate part of Torrance" but has a “really good heart”.
  7. Supporters of jailed activist Edward Leung gather outside the High Court in Hong Kong, October 9, 2019. REUTERS/Tyrone SiuHONG KONG: Scuffles erupted between police and protesters in Hong Kong on Sunday, with dozens of arrests made, after thousands marched near the border, shouting pro-democracy slogans and venting their anger at mainland Chinese traders. The demonstrators in Sheung Shui took aim at so-called “parallel traders” from China who buy vast amounts of duty free goods in Hong Kong and take them back to the mainland to sell at a profit. Locals say it pushes up prices, overcrowds neighbourhoods, and adds to growing tensions between Hong Kong residents and mainland Chinese. “The mainland Chinese come here, block the streets with their bags ... rents have gone up and it has made things more expensive for Hong Kongers,” said Jasmin, a 19-year old student dressed all in black, who only gave her first name. “I want the government to know that too many of them are coming over here.” The marchers — including families with children — shouted slogans such as “Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of our times!” Organisers estimated 10,000 people took part in the march, while police estimated a crowd of 2,500 at its peak. After the march ended, protesters dressed in black and wearing face masks remained in the area despite calls from organisers to disperse immediately. At one point, riot police stormed through, hitting protesters with batons and using pepper spray. It was unclear what triggered their intervention. A few dozen people were arrested. They were seen sitting on the ground and leaning against a wall while police took down their details and were later escorted into two white buses. Many shops in the area were closed. Earlier in the day, in a separated incident, police fired tear gas to disperse a group of protesters hurling petrol bombs over the fence of the Sheung Shui police station before the march, damaging one police vehicle. Sunday’s protests follow a march in central Hong Kong of at least tens of thousands on New Year’s Day and an escalation in clashes with the police over the festive period. Anti-government protests in Chinese-ruled Hong Kong escalated in June over a now-withdrawn extradition bill but have since developed into a broader movement, with demands including universal suffrage and an independent inquiry against alleged police brutality. The police maintain they have acted with restraint. Many people in Hong Kong are angered by Beijing’s tight grip on the city which was promised a high degree of autonomy under this framework when the former British colony returned to Chinese rule in 1997. Beijing denies interference and blames the West for fomenting the unrest. The protest movement is supported by 59 percent of the city’s residents polled in a survey conducted for Reuters by the Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute. In a Saturday statement, China’s ministry of human resources and social security said the head of its Hong Kong Liaison Office — the most senior mainland political official based in the Chinese-controlled territory — had been replaced. Wang Zhimin, who had held the post since 2017, had been replaced by Luo Huining, who until November was the top communist party official in the northern province of Shanxi. Reuters reported exclusively in November that Beijing was considering potential replacements for Wang in a sign of dissatisfaction with the Liaison Office’s handling of the crisis.
  8. Prime Minister Imran Khan at an event LAHORE: A robbery took place late Friday night at the house of Prime Minister Imran Khan's nephew. According to the FIR filed by Shershah--the premier's nephew--three unidentified persons entered his house around 04:00am and made away with a Rs3 million cheque, jewelry and an old pistol that belonged to his grandfather. As per the report, the robbers forced Shershah's wife to sign the cheque. Police suspected the gardener's son was involved in the crime and said that he will be arrested soon along with the rest of the culprits.
  9. Jennifer Aniston-starrer 'Murder Mystery' takes the lead in Netflix's top 2019 showsNetflix’s original film Murder Mystery, starring Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler, topped a list of the streaming service’s most popular releases of 2019 in the United States but its award-winning The Crown failed to make the top 10. Netflix said on Monday that science fiction series Stranger Things came in second, followed by the Michael Bay action movie 6 Underground. The animated movie Incredibles 2 and Martin Scorsese’s gangster film The Irishman took the fourth and fifth spots, respectively. The ranking was based on the number of households watching at least two minutes of a series, movie or special during its first 28 days on Netflix in 2019, the streaming service said. British royal series The Crown, whose first two seasons cost a reported $130 million to make, did not appear in the top 10 list for either the U.S. or the UK or Canada despite having won major awards, including for its leading actors. Season 3 was released in November and Netflix did not supply any viewing data. Netflix, which boasts more than 158 million subscribers around the world, only selectively releases viewership figures for programming it considers a hit, and the numbers are not verified by a third party. Executives at Netflix have said they plan to be more transparent with audience data to satisfy Hollywood producers and stars and to help viewers decide what to watch. The limited details on what grabbed Netflix viewers’ attention this year came ahead of the company’s January 21 quarterly earnings report, which will disclose revenue and membership by region for the first time. The streaming heavyweight is facing new competition, particularly from Walt Disney, which has been removing its movies from Netflix and putting them on the Disney+ streaming service. Netflix shares have risen 23 percent this year, the smallest annual rise in three years. The S&P 500 Index is up 29 percent for the year.
  10. Swara Bhaskar has won praise from netizens after a recent video of the actress shouting slogans against the controversial Indian citizenship law triggered protests across the country. Thousands have taken to the streets in India to protest against the BJP government's contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) which allows religious minorities from India's neighbouring three Muslim countries to gain citizenship. The law, not applicable on Muslims, has triggered mass protests in the country. Bhaskar, who has appeared in numerous hit Bollywood flicks such as 'Veere Di Wedding', 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo' and 'Raanjhanaa' showed everyone she was not willing to sit on the fence by protesting against the ban. In a video that went viral on social media, Bhaskar can be seen shouting 'Hala Bol' slogans against the CAA and demanding the government repeal the controversial amendment. According to political experts, the recent spate of protests pose the most serious risk to Modi since he got elected prime minister in 2014. To quell protests, government has deployed thousands of police as well intermittently ordered mobile data shutdowns at a time people have used social media such as Instagram and TikTok to wage a parallel battle online. Such internet suspensions have been criticized by internet freedom activists.
  11. A funny dance video of Sabzwari and Sheikh family members on Bollywood’s movie Housefull 4 hit song Bala has taken the internet by storm. Indian actor Akshay Kumar’s Bala Challenge has ruled the internet after Kiki and Bottle challenges. Shehroz Shabzwari took to Instagram to share the dance video featuring himself, father Behroze Sabzwari, maternal uncle Javed Sheikh, Saleem Sheikh, cousin Shehzad Sheikh and others on Bala, which has won the hearts of millions. He captioned the video as ‘Bala Boys’ and tagged Javed Sheikh, Saleem Shaikh, Shehzad Shaikh and other family members. The video was recorded in the drawing room of the family home. The movie Housefull 4 starring Akshay Kumar hit cinemas on October 25, 2019. The film has collected over 250 crore at the box office.
  12. KARACHI: Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal on Friday took notice of illegal constructions around Quaid-e-Azam's mausoleum. Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal told DG NAB Najaf Mirza to conduct an inquiry into the illegal constructions around the mausoleum. According to NAB's press release, the anti-corruption watchdog will also probe the role of the mausoleum's management in the constructions. The press release said NAB will investigate as to why the Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) was not informed about the constructions by those responsible for the offence. NAB said it will investigate whether the SBCA took any action against those responsible for the china cutting and illegal constructions. The press release said NAB will also find out whether the building authority took action against its officers who were responsible for the constructions or not.
  13. Rahul Gandhi honestly doesn't even need to do anything to get trolled but he's also gracious enough to provide people with a lot of content that can be used against him. The poor guy can never catch a break. I actually do kind of feel bad for him, but him dancing is also a hilarious sight for so many people it's great to see everyone come together to make fun of him. Recently, he attended the inauguration of Rashtriya Adivasi Nritya Mahotsav in Raipur where he took part in the traditional dance. On one hand, it's great that he's actively participating and probably being a good guest, but on the other hand, he gets ripped apart online for just breathing so everyone can imagine what him dancing actually did. Here is the video: #WATCH Chhattisgarh: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi takes part in a traditional dance at the inauguration of Rashtriya Adivasi Nritya Mahotsav in Raipur. pic.twitter.com/HpUvo4khGY — ANI (@ANI) December 27, 2019 People are hoping for a career change for him now. Ahh finally you see a lot of performer but among them you can see a naturally given one ! Life finds a way ! — Kishan Jobanputra (@Kjp1795) December 27, 2019 Oh no. The best entertainer. With his comedy he gained millions of fans. Now he started dancing as well. https://t.co/LgbyrzpTTT — à¤à¤¾à¤à¤¾ lame मà¥à¤à¤ (@oldschoolmonk) December 27, 2019 That's brutal. First I thought it's Mr. Bean's new series — The Dark BullTwist™ (@jagatguruindia) December 27, 2019 Umm. Who said pappu cant dance sala! https://t.co/A2uzUHEg6B — Chimaera (@dopamine_surge) December 27, 2019 Cute? OMG! RaGa in 'दà¥à¤²à¥à¤¹à¤¾' type headgear!!!! Looking cuteð https://t.co/cGbJgkz6h2 — Anu Mittal (@stylistanu) December 27, 2019 Hmm. Lol with dhol ðð https://t.co/mLCHz8QVWA — Shri Shri Champ (@ShriShriChamp) December 27, 2019 Oh, for sure. Whatever he does somehow becomes Funnyð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ https://t.co/JuPQJnPjOC — CA Avadhoot Gokhale ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ (@iAviGokhale) December 27, 2019 Just a couple? Lightweights. Me and my squad after a couple of shots! https://t.co/Tc67HUsKKp — Visesh (@Visesh_Boss) December 27, 2019 People really just want him to become a dancer. He looks so good here. no idea why is he into politics? https://t.co/3YAiJObRat — Anurag Verma (@Anu_224) December 27, 2019 View the full article
  14. Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui. Photo: Foreign Office TwitterISLAMABAD: Aisha Farooqui on Friday took charge as the new spokesperson of the Foreign Office. Farooqui replaces Dr Mohammad Faisal who has been appointed as Pakistan’s Ambassador to Germany. A career diplomat, Farooqui has previously served abroad in Pakistan’s Missions in France, Egypt, the United Kingdom, Turkey and the United States. According to a notification dated December 17, 2019, another officer Sajjad Ahmed Seehar on return from National Management Course has also been transferred and posted as member directing staff, National Defence University.
  15. It's not a surprise for us anymore that Ranveer Singh has his fashion game strong at all hours. Right from super funky tuxedos to making a statement in a queen-like avatar, he has broken all the stereotypes and turns heads in ensembles that raise eyebrows with NBD. That's exactly what makes him Ranveer Singh, a star whose flamboyance is exceptional and fairs right with his personality. View this post on Instagram Metallica! #ranveersingh in #gauravGupta #saintlaurent #franckmukller for #starscreenawards2019 #styling #redcarpet ð¸ @sheldon.santos A post shared by Nitasha Gaurav (@nitashagaurav) on Dec 8, 2019 at 8:04am PST It's not just his outfits that we are referring to but his accessory and shoe game is also proof that he is all things over-the-top. We can't and we won't ever stop diggin' his looks. This time around for an awards ceremony, our very own 'Baba' was spotted in a rather classy debonair. Add to that his wristwatch, which instantly ramped up his look to new heights. Now, if you are wondering what makes it worth Rs. 13,82,400, here you go: © Viral Bhayani © Franck Muller The Gully Boy actor is seen in Franck Muller's Iron Croco watch. The watch with its flamboyance adds to the striking aspect of its Croco series. The bearing has an automatic movement which is adorned with Rhodium plating with Côtes de Genève. This watch from the family of Croco series dials up the style quotient in an extravagant manner. View this post on Instagram @ranveersingh spotted wearing @franckmuller_geneve iron croco watch â¹13,82,400. The exotic Black Croco Collection from Franck Muller, first launched in 2011, was bold. It was a daring timepiece for the sartorially-confident man who had no qualms about making a statement. Two new additions, the Iron Croco and Gold Croco Collections join its predecessor, with 3-D scales in steel and gold variation. The crocodile skin patterns are further complemented with a black hand-sewn alligator strap, as a finishing touch. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #ranveersingh#hype#adidas#nas#badboy#styleofdday#simba#rohitsheety#dhadak#nike#celebrity#fashion#khushikapoor#bollywood#Style#instalike#mumbai#beyondtheclouds#india#jhanvikapoor#instadaily#instalove#trailerofdhadak#instafollow#celebslife#btownstylespotter#btownstyle#instalove#instalike#btownstyle#rolex#rich#luxury ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Tag ur Friendsð¤ Comment ð¬ Likeâï¸Share and Follow Us for more updates A post shared by btownstylespotter (@btownstyles) on Oct 19, 2019 at 7:53am PDT Furthermore, the watch case and the dial are dovetailed to create a scaled pattern similar to the strap. The entire line offers stainless steel watches with technical variants. © Viral Bhayani Since we call Ranveer "the king of quirky fashion", there's no doubt that this watch, in particular, magnifies his personality even more. His phrase "apna time ayega" is enlivened just with his watch. Ranveer is now the brand ambassador of Franck Muller. On the work front, he recently wrapped up his schedule for '83 and is currently working on a new project, Jayesh Bhai Jordhar. © Viral Bhayani For his outfit, he made a head-turning statement in Gaurav Gupta ensemble and Saint Laurent shoes. The edgy sunglasses with its modern aesthetics made him look effortless, courtesy of his stylist, Nitasha Gaurav. Hats off Ranveer, you did it again! View the full article
  16. Justice (r) Sardar Mohammad Raza's term ended on December 5. Photo: FileISLAMABAD: Justice (retd) Altaf Ibrahim Qureshi on Friday was sworn in as acting chief election commissioner (CEC).Justice Qureshi, who is senior election commission member...
  17. South African bowler Tabraiz Shamsi. Photo: AFPSouth African wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi became an immediate social media sensation on Thursday when video emerged of him celebrating a wicket by performing a magic trick in the middle of the...
  18. Australia´s spin bowler Nathan Lyon (C) celebrates his wicket of Pakistan´s batsman Shan Masood with teammates. Photo: AFPADELAIDE: Spin king Nathan Lyon snared five wickets, including dangerous half-century makers Shan Masood and Asad Shafiq,...
  19. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/8aa5097436ca3bb7279ac376f33a3a0d.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvMjcvMjAxOSA1OjQyOjM1IFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9ajVTRXZFM01vVkdUbkdRVVlRV3VTZz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x...
  20. The 16-year-old Naseem Shah has been hailed for his precocious talent. ? Photo: FileFormer Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif on Friday took a dig at young Pakistan fast bowler Naseem Shah over his age.The 16-year-old Naseem has been attracting...
  21. DADU: According to unofficial results of the PS-86 by-election, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) candidate has taken the lead over the PTI candidate, on Thursday. According to unofficial results from 102 polling stations out of a total of 158, the...
  22. We recently discovered that Glenn Maxwell, a name almost synonymous with a blistering innings and hitting big shots out of the park, is also human and just like all of us, suffers from mental health issues. JUST IN: Glenn Maxwell to take a short break from cricket after "experiencing some difficulties with regards to his mental health" More to follow... pic.twitter.com/fe395p6AD9 — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) October 31, 2019 The only difference between the Australian cricketer and us is that he had the guts to come forward and talk about it, thereby becoming an inspiration to millions to share their problems as well. But it is also important to recognise Cricket Australia's brilliance in managing Maxwell's unprecedented plea and giving him the confidence that his spot on the team is secured and will be waiting for him when he feels better. Get well soon @Gmaxi_32 Always be happy. Always supporting you. Keep smiling ðð — Khushi ðMaxwellð (@Khushi4121) October 31, 2019 "The well-being of our players and staff is paramount. Glenn has our full support," said Ben Oliver, CA's general manager of national teams. "Cricket Australia will work collaboratively with Cricket Victoria's support staff to ensure Glenn's well-being and his reintegration into the game," he said. The Australian cricket board was lauded for their precision and sincerity towards looking after their athletes, especially after being called out for making a hostile environment inside the locker room during the infamous sandpaper gate. Times have changed, the world has become a lot more understanding and inclusive with the willingness to have an open mind towards acknowledging matters like mental illness. Perhaps, is this why Maxwell was able to express his concerns so openly without the fear of being judged? © Reuters What about the older times when Adam Gilchrist was at the helm of things Down Under and played in close proximity with names like Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne? Were the people ready to talk about such things back then? Did the athletes struggle more with mental health back then because nobody was willing to listen? We asked the legendary wicket-keeper batsman first hand and here's what he said. “There was certainly a social stigma back in the day that has genuinely gone now. People are more open to talk about things like racism and mental health and we in Australia and even the rest of the world are a lot more comfortable around it," he said. © Reuters “Personally, fortunately, I haven't had a moment in my life when I down and out wanted to quit playing the sport,” Gilchrist said. “But, I think everyone needs to have a break occasionally. Freshen up physically and mentally and just relax," he added. “Cricket can't be your life for every minute of every day,” said the 47-year-old. © Reuters Gilly however, also goes on to compare how much more cricket there is for the present day athletes to play as compared to his younger days and what kind of toll that takes on their body and mind. “In this day and age, it is challenging for the players because there's so much cricket. So they've got to make some smart decisions.They've got to say 'no' to a tournament and just freshen up," he said. The Western Australia opener also showered Maxwell with a lot of praise for showing courage and letting the world how he felt. “Clearly Glenn felt like he was in a place where he just needed to get away and all credit to him for being comfortable in having that break," the 47-year-old added. View the full article
  23. The Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Bala continues to reel under the never-ending plagiarism row. Earlier the film was compared to recently released Ujda Chaman, and now the entire issue has taken a new turn as another filmmaker has demanded a permanent stay on the film. The film, directed by Amar Kaushik and produced by Dinesh Vijan, revolves around the story of a young man who battles the issue of receding hairline and tries to normalise the taboos around it. © Maddock Films The much awaited film, however, has been in the headlines ever since many filmmakers have been accusing the movie of stealing the concept. Though, the storyline seems no more unique as it looks like, every director wants to talk about the same issue making us wonder that India is left with only one issue to deal with i.e., premature balding. Now, another director named Kamal Kant Chandra has demanded a permanent stay on the film. “I want that there should be a permanent stay on the film Bala and that I get to make the film. It is basically my biopic. It's my life story,” Chandra, whose upcoming film Marksheet features Mahesh Bhatt, told IANS. © Maddock Films Turns out, it all started in 2017 when Chandra, talking to a tabloid, said that after watching the trailer, he noticed many similarities between Bala and the concept he had narrated to Ayushmann back in that year. But, to his shock, Ayushmann's manager called him and said that the actor is not ready to play the bald guy on the big screen back then. He has accused the director and filmmaker of lifting the central plot of a prematurely balding man from his project, 'Wig'. In 2018, Ayushmann announced that he will be a part of Bala which made Chandra send the actor a legal notice. “I was shocked. I sent him a legal notice. I also filed a case against him and the makers in Bombay High Court in March. Bala producer Dinesh Vijan's company said that they were working on the script that time,” added Chandra. Besides, Chandra also said that he moved the case to Supreme Court in October 2019. According to news reports, Chandra's request to the judiciary is that they watch the film, and if they find any resemblance to his script, he should be credited as a writer for the movie. The Supreme Court has ordered Bombay High Court to resolve the matter before Bala releases on November 8. The film also stars Bhumi Pednekar and Yami Gautam among others in pivotal roles. Just before Chandra pressed charges against the movie, it was the makers of Ujda Chaman who raised similar objections but later went on to drop the case. We wonder what's the truth behind it. What do you have to say about it? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  24. Football referees are serious business. During the game, if you manage to get a look at their faces, you'd realise that they are even more dialed in than the players and are looking for the minutest of problems to blow that whistle. But in a first, this referee turned out to be the most hilarious and chat-worthy part about a football game. Why? Well, because she showed legendary Brazilian player Kaka a yellow card just so that she could get her phone out and grab a quick selfie with the man. During a charity match for peace in Israel, the former AC Milan and Real Madrid veteran scored with an amazing kick in the 44th minute to help his side of Bralizian legends take a 3-2 lead in the first half. It is at this point that the female referee blew the whistle, got her yellow card out in front of Kaka and brought the game to a standstill. The 2007 Ballon d'Or winner stood there perplexed as to what had happened when the official ran up to him and asked for a selfie, and the 37-year-old couldn't say no. While some of the other big names of the football world also took part in the game with the Brazilian roster boasting names like Ronaldinho, Roberto Carlos, Rivaldo, Cafu and Bebeto, it was evident that Kaka was the star showstopper and the crowd had rushed to the stadium just to get a glimpse of the AC Milan Hall of Famer playing the way he once used to. Given the whole vibe of the charity peace game, the rest of the Brazilian players, who can get pretty riled up about co-curricular activities during a game, also went up to the referee and shook hands with her. One can't help but imagine what would happen if one of the Premier League referees tried to pull a stunt like that? View the full article
  25. Photo: FileThe ongoing tensions between Islamabad and New Delhi have taken hit on the number of tourists visiting India, reported the Indian publication The Hindu.According to a report issued by the Indian home ministry, the number of Pakistani...
×
×
  • Create New...