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  1. There are two things Indians swear by - cricket and Bollywood. With each enjoying its dedicated fandom, followers often find common ground through sports dramas or biopics. But what happens when cricket and entertainment overlap in real-life? While it seems almost impossible for that to have a memorable outcome, some people have tapped into the unexplored territory and given way to a whole new world. When sportsmen step into the world of entertainment by lip-syncing to popular songs and recreate memorable Bollywood scenes, the level of excitement is unreal. Check out these 5 Indian cricketers who've now become popular TikTokers as well and know how to entertain their fans both on and off the field: 1. Manoj TiwaryTikTok ID - @swagstarmanojtiwary Who would have thought that apart from wielding the bat, Manoj Tiwary could also crack us up with his antics in front of the camera? We must say, the dude isnât so bad when it comes to lip-syncing or lending an ear to his wife, so whole-heartedly. @swagstarmanojtiwary ##gendaphool ##tiktokindia @roy_susmita7 ⬠Genda Phool - Badshah 2. Yuzvendra ChahalTikTok ID - @yuzvendrachahal Well, who isnât aware of Chahalâs hilarious TikTok videos which get him brutally trolled by his fellow teammates on multiple occasions? But no matter how hilarious his videos may be, we have to admit that Chahal manages to get a good laugh out of us every time. @yuzvendrachahal First tik tok video with dad ðDaD & Son â¤ï¸ ##quarantine ##familytime ##staysafe ⬠original sound - SOHAIL SHAIKH 3. Irfan PathanTikTok ID - @irfanpathan_official Irfan Pathan is definitely nailing his TikTok game with some really fun videos, which often feature his brother and former cricketer Yusuf Pathan. He is pretty active with his posts and definitely knows how to pack a punch in his videos. @irfanpathan_official Password nahi dena... ##home ##quarantine ##brothers ##life ⬠Main to sirf password baata raha tha - sirajkhan1933 4. Mohammed ShamiTikTok ID - @mdshami11 One look at Shami and no one would think this demure-looking fast-bowler can be so easy-going and confident in front of the camera. Shamiâs TikTok feed is a mix of music videos, funny lip-syncing videos and even some personal videos for his followers. @mdshami11 ##tiktokindia_ ##tik_tok_india ##cricketlovers ##staysafe ⬠original sound - Viren 5. Aakash ChopraTikTok ID - @aakashchopra We know that the former cricketer is a fine commentator, but who would have expected him to be so artsy when it came to acting with his wife and lip-syncing to iconic Bollywood dialogues? Aakash surely knows how to make the best use of the platform and weâre not complaining. @aakashchopra ##mrandmrschopra Ek machchar Aadmi ki zindagi bana sakta hai ï¸ð¤£ ⬠original sound - Suravi View the full article
  2. Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey may not be the most vibrant public figure out there, but he surely comes across as the finest Steve Jobs-level tech-wiz with top-class leadership qualities. Time and again, through various means and approaches, Jack Dorsey has shown the world that running a successful business takes much more than just establishing it. Great organizations of this world are built upon strong ethics and ideologies which thrive on consumer satisfaction provided through high employee engagement and happiness index. © Twitter/ajplus And the Twitter CEO isnât just a man good with words, but also knows how to walk the talk and lead the way. Here are 7 such reasons which prove Jack Dorsey might just be the coolest boss out there that all of us need: 1. He Actually Cares About His Employeesâ WelfareHours ago, Jack Dorsey made headlines for sending his Twitter employees an email which said that they can continue to work from home as long as they want, even after the pandemic is over. So, basically what that means is, âif our employees are in a role and situation that enables them to work from home and they want to continue to do so forever, we will make that happen.â © Twitter Complex I mean, which other CEO would even consider such a move even if they get the chance? Think about it, Iâll wait. 2. He Is Least Bothered About His âAppraisalsâJack Dorsey is known to have taken just $1.40 as his base salary since 2018 - forgoing any increment or extra remuneration. However, keeping in mind that the total compensation of Twitter's median compensated employee was $213,155 in 2019, an employee to CEO pay ratio is less than 0.001. © BCCL While his employees continue to get their dues for their services year after year, the Twitter CEO hasnât claimed any benefits for himself and continues to work for his company and its future every day. 3. He Leads The Way By Setting ExamplesAmid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Jack Dorsey has gone out of his way to ensure that he takes effective personal measures to help the world fight the pandemic. The man swore off â28% of (his) wealthâ, that is $1,000 million, to aid the fight against coronavirus and build a better future. © Twitter/nnavinsingh21 So, before calling people to donate whatever is in their power, Dorsey is doing his bit to encourage others. So far, he has donated $2.1 million to the Mayorâs Fund for LA towards domestic violence victims, pledged $10 million to REFORM Alliance which will help provide 10 million face masks and other PPEs for inmates, officers, health care workers and other prison employees. © Twitter/CBSNews The Twitter CEO has also donated $15 million to San Franciscoâs COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund, to help people and businesses impacted by the pandemic. Apart from all that, Dorsey has also donated $750K to Eminemâs Marshall Mathers foundation which works to help the youth in Detroit. 4. He Teaches His Team (& Others) To Have Faith In Their ProductNo company, however strong, can sustain itself in the long run if the ones who are working in it donât have faith in its potential and future. Similarly, Jack Dorsey, who also happens to be the founder and CEO of mobile payments company Square, has shown his team that trusting their own product is crucial. © Twitter/DatHaxor By regularly buying Bitcoin worth $10,000 every week, and maxing out his Bitcoin buys on Cash App, a subsidiary of Square, Jack Dorsey is encouraging his employees and customers to have faith in their products and services. And thatâs just one such instance. 5. He Welcomes Criticism & FeedbackWe all know how welcome any form of criticism or feedback is to most bosses. But thatâs not the case with Jack Dorsey. According to reports, earlier this year, the Twitter CEO made a video call to tech giant Elon Musk during a staff meeting to take âdirect feedbackâ and âcritiqueâ on Twitter from the man himself. © Twitter/nypost According to SkyNews, Dorsey asked, "Give us some direct feedback, critique, what are we doing poorly, what could we be doing better, and what's your hope for our potential as a service?" He further added, "If you were running Twitter - by the way do you want to run Twitter? What would you do?" © Twitter/Recode Musk gave him an honest response and said that it would be âhelpful to differentiateâ between real and fake (bots and organised trolls) accounts. "How do you tell if the feedback is real or someone trying to manipulate the system? ...Sometimes it can be very difficult to figure out what's real public opinion and what's not.â By encouraging an open feedback/criticism session during a staff meeting, Dorsey imbibed a good culture within his team and encouraged his employees to work with an open mind, accept criticisms and improve as they go. View the full article
  3. All the 80s and 90s kids would agree to the fact that 'Music Phones' were big when they first started coming out. Everybody wanted to get their hands on one of them because of just how popular they were. Obviously, they don't get enough love these days given how a smartphone can do pretty much anything and everything now. But it's safe to say that a lot of those good old music phones were better at playing music than most of the smartphones that come out these days. Seriously, there are no dedicated music features these days. Even the speaker quality, besides on the high-end phones, is just okay-ish at best. So here's a quick look at some of the best music phones from the past that we'd love to have today - Nokia XpressMusic 5310 © Nokia This is the phone that probably comes to a lot of people's minds because of how popular it was back in the day. It came out in 2007 and had dedicated media controls on the side of the display. The speakers on this phone were louder than what you get on most smartphones these days. Nokia has now announced a new version of the XpressMusic and we can't wait to check it out. Nokia XpressMusic 5800 © Nokia After the success of the original XpressMusic feature phone, Nokia came up with the XpressMusic 5800 with touchscreen. It was one of the very first touch screen phones to go mainstream. This phone also had dedicated music controls and was running on Nokia's Symbian OS. What a great phone! Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman © Sony Ericsson Sony Ericsson had some really cool phones on the market back in the day and this was definitely a big hit. A walkman for listening to music that's also a phone? People went crazy for this particular phone and rightfully so. This phone had some cool music features like a dedicated key that allowed you to get a quick preview of the chorus of a song. Awesome, right? Moto Rokr E1 © YouTube Clip In a world where the iPod was dominating the music industry, Steve Jobs was worried about a cellphone company taking over the attention with multimedia features. So he decided to team up with another company to get an Apple-sanctioned phone into the marketplace first. He picked Motorola and the Moto Rokr E1 was released with Apple's iTunes. These were some of the great music phones from the past that were some of our favourites. In case you think we missed any of your favorite cellphones from the past, do let us know in the comments below. View the full article
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  5. The relationship between Indian captain Virat Kohli and former South African skipper AB de Villiers isnât hidden from anybody. Having shared the Royal Challengers Bangalore dressing room for the past nine years, the duo has come to enjoy the kind of fraternity which is unheard of, especially, between players from two different countries. Nonetheless, both the superstars donât miss out the opportunity to compliment each other and based on the previous interviews and shows they have been a part of as a unit, you can tell that their words of mutual admiration are genuine. AB de Villiers Reveals Favourite Memory with Virat Kohli pic.twitter.com/2QVQ4Y8fr8 â Himanshu (@himanshux_) April 24, 2020 Recently, in an Instagram Live chat with former Zimbabwe cricketer Pommie Mbangwa, de Villiers spoke about the kind of batsman his RCB teammate is. When Mbangwa asked him to draw a comparison between Kohli and Australian batsman Steve Smith, he said: âIt's a difficult one, but Virat is definitely the more natural ball-striker, there's no doubt about that. " Virat Kohli is more of a natural ball striker. If you You look at natural ball strikers, Virat is like Federer. Steve Smith is more like nadal, he's mentality very strong." - Ab de Villiers pic.twitter.com/bdnZckGxqu â Farhan Khan (@Farhan_Khan_1) May 11, 2020 "In tennis terms, I'd say he's more like a (Roger) Federer whereas Smith is like a (Rafael) Nadal. Smith is mentally very strong and figures out a way of scoring runs - he doesn't look natural, but he ends up writing records and doing amazing things at the crease. "I think mentally, Smith is one of the best I have ever seen. Virat has also scored runs all over the world and won games under pressure," de Villiers added. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@virat.kohli) In terms of chasing a huge total to bring home the victory is concerned, the skills seem to be a bit of a speciality for the current leader of the Men in Blue and de Villiers believes that he might even be better than the âGod of Cricketâ Sachin Tendulkar when it comes to batting second: "Sachin is a role model for both of us (him and Kohli). The way he stood out in his era, the things he achieved and with the grace he did all that is a great example for everyone," de Villiers said. © Reuters "And I think Virat will also say that he set the standards for us to follow. "But personally, in a chase, I'd say Virat is the best I've seen in my life. Sachin was amazing in all formats and all situations, but Virat comes out on top while chasing." Recently, both Kohli and de Villiers shared a very entertaining Instagram Live chat in which they spoke about the most entertaining partnership that they had shared a for their Indian Premier League franchise, how the two grew up to trust each other and even Yuzvendra Chahalâs new found obsession with making TikTok videos. Ab De Villiers: "Yuzi Chahal calls me at 1 am in the Morning, Yuzvendra Chahal is crazy.oh Man." Virat Kohli: "Just go and see his Tik Tok videos. You won't believe he plays international Cricket and he is 29 years old. He is an absolute CLOWN." pic.twitter.com/jJypLEs4K2 â CricketMAN2 (@man4_cricket) April 24, 2020 The camaraderie between the two legends of modern-day cricket is rare and very special. Despite being thousands of miles away from each other, they continue to think and speak so highly of each other which is something every working professional aspires to hustle for. Earning respect from one's rival is a feat and Kohli and de Villiers have done that without a doubt. View the full article
  6. The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro leaks have been making rounds on the internet and prominent leaker Jon Prosser posted a video detailing everything about the upcoming phones. The video reveals the specs, pricing, and other details for Appleâs new phones expected to launch this fall. © Unsplash_Daniel Romero According to Prosser and his sources, Apple will be launching two models i.e, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro where both models will be getting a âMaxâ model. The lineup will include a 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch model where the Pro models will come with OLED displays with 10-bit colour depth made by Samsung. The iPhone 12 will also have OLED displays but will be manufactured by BOE instead. The leaks also say Pro models will come with 6GB of RAM and a triple camera setup that will include a LiDAR sensor. The non-Pro models will feature 4GB RAM and a dual-camera setup instead. The Pro model is expected to have a stainless steel body while the non-Pro model will be made of an aluminium body. © Unsplash_Daniel Romero When it comes to the pricing, Prosser believes the iPhone 12 will cost somewhere around $649 (~ Rs 49,229) for the 128GB model and will go up to $749 (~Rs 56,800) for the 256GB variant. The Max version fo the iPhone 12 will be a bit more expensive and will start at $749 (~Rs 56,800) for the 128GB model and cost $849 for the 256GB (~Rs 64,400) variant. For the Pro models, there are expected to be three variants for each size where it will start at $999, $1,099, and $1,299 for the 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB versions respectively. The Max models of the 12 Pro are expected to be priced at $1,099, $1,199, and $1,399 for the same storage versions respectively. © Unsplash_Daniel Romero Yesterday, it was rumoured that the iPhone 12 Pro would come with a 120Hz ProMotions display however Prosser says there is an internal conflict at Apple. The phones might ship with the features but will not be enabled depending on the battery performance of the two devices. It is worthy to note that Prosser is quite new to the Apple leaks scene, however, he has accurately predicted the launch of Apple products in the recent past. His track record has been on point so far which adds more weight to these leaks. Having said that, the information above is still based on leaks and it is still quite early to determine Appleâs plans. Features could change before the launch of the iPhone 12 series later this year or these leaks could just be untrue. We can only know for sure when Apple launches the new iPhone later this fall. Source: Front Page Tech View the full article
  7. The very first initial build of Android started developing sometime in 2003 when feature phones were still mainstream. While today we know it as the most popular operating system for smartphones, it wasnât the case in the early/late 2000s when the operating system was still in its nascent stages. While it was still being developed in secret, the operating system catered to popular phones at the time, albeit for phones that physical buttons and keypads. In fact, Android did not support touch screen interactions until the first iPhone launched in 2007. © Wikipedia Commons We know this thanks to documents made public from Apple and Samsungâs patent trial which detailed how Android worked at the time. In the specification sheet from the trial, Google clearly stated that âTouch screens will not be supported.â This document by Google was distributed to potential hardware manufacturers including Samsung that stated: "The product was designed with the presence of discrete physical buttons as an assumption.â The document was shared prior to the first iPhoneâs launch in 2006. âHowever, there is nothing fundamental in the product's architecture that prevents the support of touchscreens in the future,â Google added. The iPhone Effect © Apple The very first iPhone was announced by Steve Jobs in January 2007 which showed a radical new phone that was mostly made up of screen and metal. The phone was aptly called âiPhoneâ and it was Appleâs way to showcase its version of the touchscreen control. Touchscreen phones existed before the first iPhone however the experience was not as cohesive as the iPhone. It was the first phone that was fully controllable by the touch screen thanks to Appleâs custom operating system for the device. © EverythingApplePro At the same time, Android prototypes looked nothing like the iPhone as they resembled BlackBerry smartphones with small screens and a QWERTY keypad. The first commercially available Android smartphone i.e. the HTC Dream or T-Mobile G1 launched in 2008 with physical buttons and no touchscreen support even though it had a 3.2-inch touchscreen display. However, as soon as the first iPhone became a great success, we saw Android transform its interface and basic functions to support touchscreens. If it werenât for the iPhone, we would have never really seen Android-based touch screen phones as early as we did. View the full article
  8. Android phone users can hate Apple's iOS and iPhones all they want, but there's no denying that there are certain things that the iPhones are really good at. No, we are not saying that Android phones are bad. In fact, here are 5 things that make an Android phone better. But today we're going to check out 5 cool iPhone features that Android users can only dream of having. So, call out friends, grab some popcorn, and let's get started: 1. iMessage FTW © Apple iMessage is one of the main reasons why most iOS users don't even think about switching to an Android phone. iMessage is just better than anything that Android has to offer. It's one of those features that Android users don't have, and likely never will. Yes, there's RCS Messaging in Google Messages on Android phones now, but let's be real for a minute and agree that nobody uses it and it's nowhere close to what iOS offers. 2. Memoji Is Just Better Than Emojis © Apple Apple introduced animated emojis and broke the internet in 2017. And in 2018, they launched the expansion of Animoji called Memoji that became even more popular. With Memoji, anybody could create animate emojis that looked like them. That's a simple yet genius feature and it works flawlessly to date. While a few Android OEMs tried their hands on making their own version of Animoji, they end ended up looking really bad. 3. All iPhones Get Updates At The Same Time © YouTube/ Mark Linsangan Software updates have been an issue for Android phone users for a very long time now. And with the number of Android phones and new software versions coming out every year, it only seems to be getting worse. Apple, on the other hand, manages to send software updates to all the iPhones at the same time. Irrespective of whether you have a 5 years old iPhone 6 or the brand new iPhone SE 2020, you'll get the update at the same time. It's crazy how Apple manages to do that time and again. 4. No Bloatware © YouTube/ Mark Linsangan Speaking of software, it's hard not to acknowledge the fact that iPhones have absolutely no bloatware whatsoever. That's simply not the case with Android phones unless you are buying the Pixel phones. Almost every other Android phone is filled with a ton of unnecessary apps and random features that you'd probably never use. A lot of Android OEMs have started going a better job at staying away from bloatware, but there's still a long way to go. 5. Siri Shortcuts © Apple Perhaps the most underrated feature on iOS is the Siri Shortcuts app, which now comes pre-installed on new iPhones. You can create custom shortcuts and use voice commands to have Siri do all the work for you. There are a lot of creative ways in which you can use Apple's Shortcuts app, but there's no way to actually do it natively on Android without having to download a separate app. And even then, you can't use Google Assistant to execute those shortcuts. View the full article
  9. If you are planning your trips post May 17, you might want to reconsider as lockdown is not ending yet. We are under Lockdown 3.0 and the government has already planned the fourth one. So yesterday, Modi interacted with the chief ministers to discuss the road ahead in India's fight against COVID-19. A few chief ministers have suggested the lockdown extension as itâs not advisable to get back yet. There will be lockdown 4.0 but with relaxation, because Modi believes that the need for the hour is to reduce the transmission rate of the disease and to increase public activity gradually. After the news of a probable Lockdown 4.0 started to go viral, people started to make memes that are hilarious and relatable AF. If you are thinking on 17th May lockdown will be over #Lockdown4 pic.twitter.com/tfuz3gZdqs â mohsin_k (@mohsink18778892) May 12, 2020My friend : Bhai tujhe pta h India me lockdown fir se bdhne wala h.....#Lockdown4 hoga ab; *My reaction who knows it will be extended upto last month of 2020 : pic.twitter.com/lCJrlA6GIE â Himanshu Seth (@tereMaalKaYaar) May 12, 2020Yaar lockdown k sath sath blood pressure bhi badh raha h #Lockdown4 â Harsh (@Ha_arsh_) May 12, 2020People who haven't stepped out since the beginning of lockdown #Lockdown4#Lockdownextention pic.twitter.com/tp3ElHdr2P â Jagruti (@are_sararara) May 12, 2020मà¤à¥ लॠà¤à¤à¤§à¤­à¤à¥à¤¤à¥ Lockdown 4मॠभॠà¤à¥à¤ हठà¤à¥ मिलà¥à¤à¤¾ फिलहाल तॠरमà¤à¤¾à¤¨ हॠठà¥à¤à¥ पर à¤à¤à¤§à¤­à¤à¥à¤¤à¥ à¤à¥ भà¥à¤¡à¤¼ हॠð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£#Lockdown4 pic.twitter.com/o9C8LlrHuN â HARI Govind Sharma (@HariGovindSha19) May 12, 2020#Lockdown4 Lockdown for exist Le me: pic.twitter.com/oF6g33fVq0 â Jesse pinkman (@thes0lanki) May 12, 2020Everyone make #Lockdown4 in trending!!!#Lockdown4 Le govt: pic.twitter.com/OIEpnU38BR â Aarti (@abechalnayrr) May 12, 2020 These memes are so relatable that it might make you laugh and cry at the same time. Itâs almost two months now that we all are staying back at our homes. Owing to the Coronavirus outbreak, everything is shut and life has come to a halt with a blow in the economy to add misery to our already-miserable lives. With 3,604 new cases and 87 deaths in the last 24 hours, the COVID-19 tally in India surpassed 70,000-mark - 70,756, the whole idea of relaxations in lockdown 4.0 seems quite tricky and questionable. View the full article
  10. With international and domestic flights being cancelled since March, a bunch of people were left stranded everywhere as they failed to fly back home. While almost everyone was able to actually figure out the situation and reach a safe place, a man from Germany cannot go anywhere and is stuck at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. Basically, after getting stranded due to coronavirus, his country has even refused to claim him and he's currently living at the freaking airport. It's just like that Tom Hanks movie The Terminal come to life. © Amblin Entertainment 40-year-old Edgard Ziebat was on his way to Istanbul from Hanoi on March 18 when his flight got cancelled. And, since he has a criminal record, the German government is not willing to take custody of him since he is in a foreign land and he's not getting an Indian visa for the same reason. An officer from the airport said, "After spending around a week in the transit area, with four other stranded passengers who arrived in Delhi on different dates â two from Sri Lanka and one each from the Maldives and the Philippines â airport authorities alerted their respective embassies." © Twitter He went on, "While others were facilitated by their embassies concerned and were taken for quarantine, officials from the German embassy informed the Indian bureau of immigration that Ziebat is a wanted criminal in their country with several cases of assault and other crimes registered against him. Since he was on foreign land, they did not take his custody. The Delhi Police and airport operator DIAL (Delhi International Airport Limited) were also apprised of the situation." So now, he's just living in the transit area of the airport because he obviously cannot leave without having a visa. For the last 54 days, he's reportedly been hanging out around the airport reading magazines and newspapers and talking to the staff. The airport authorities have also helped him by providing him with a recliner, mosquito net, food and other basic essential items. © Amblin Entertainment The officer added, "He told officials that he can manage his expenses. He sleeps on the beds, benches, on the floors, wherever he feels like. He is alone in the transit area as it is not being used because the airport is closed for passengers." Now, he's just waiting for the flights to resume flying but it really looks like it's going to be a while. Well, whatever the case, this would be one hell of a pandemic story to tell people in the future. View the full article
  11. As the world marks 11 days gone by since maverick actor Irrfan Khanâs tragic passing, his son Babil has been sharing loads of unseen glimpses of the legendâs quieter, more private moments at home - including one, in particular, thatâs just way too cute. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@babil.i.k) Shot in monochrome, the post opens with an image of Khan sitting on a sofa at home while playing with a friendly feline companion - followed by a video of the cat cosying up to the actor. Along with several messages commenting on how adorable the video was, several fans thanked Bilal for opening a window into the life of their now-late idol, expressing how they rewatched classic Irrfan masterpieces such as The Lunchbox and Angrezi Medium in honour of his passing. Irrfanâs death came on the 29th of April after a long, two-year battle with a neuroendocrine tumour. Recently, Babil had also posted the following video, where his father was seen swimming in a pond while on set. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@babil.i.k) Actor Vipin Sharma had written, âIrrfan loved swimming. We were together in Filmcity long ago during the shooting of Discovery of India. There was a small pond. Irrfan jumped right in and swam while I sat outside and chatted with him.â Upon the actorâs death, Irrfanâs wife Sutapa Sikdar and sons Babil and Ayaan issued a family statement, saying, âHow can I write this as a family statement when the whole world is taking it as a personal loss? How can I begin to feel alone when millions are grieving with us at the moment? I want to assure everyone that this is not a loss, it is a gain. Itâs a gain of the things he taught us, and now we shall finally begin to truly implement it and evolve.â Some of Babilâs throwbacks go way into Irrfanâs past - such as these incredible shots from Irrfanâs stint in the National School of Drama back in the 1980s. View this post on InstagramNSD.A post shared by (@babil.i.k) Others were just simple moments of Irrfan enjoying a bit of pani-puri while getting off an arduous shoot-schedule diet. View this post on InstagramWhen youâre on diet for so long and then the shoot ends and you can have pani puri.A post shared by (@babil.i.k) Itâs brought a smile to many fans - several of whom have been mourning this great loss to Indian cinema alongside the subsequent death of Rishi Kapoor. View the full article
  12. Early this Sunday, Mumbaiâs Nair hospital experienced nothing short of a Mother's Day miracle. After being turned down by seven hospitals, an expectant mother was taken in by Dr Ganesh Shinde of Nairâs Gynaecology department, where despite having tested positive for COVID-19, she delivered a set of healthy triplets - each of whom tested negative for the deadly virus. Itâs not too much of a stretch to say that sheâs been through one of the most dire 24-hours of her life this weekend, but if thereâs a Motherâs Day message to take home from here, itâs this: There is nothing more difficult on this Earth than being a mother. Being A Mother Is A Full-Time Job via GIPHY I think we all deserve some slack for not realising this as children. After being asked countless times about our ambitions and plans for the future, many of us wanted to grow up as soon as possible - no more rules to follow? That sure sounded great back then. And so, as we grew older into our teenage years, we threw ourselves into friendships, relationships and personal interests that came and went - all with the hope that we wouldnât grow old with regrets. All while our mothers stood by our sides and dealt with our mood swings, our avoidant behaviour and tendency to jump the nest. © Trimurti Films While we make progress on the front of women's rights inch by inch every day, itâs only been just over seventy years since the first womenâs rights movement marched onward in the western world - just a blink in the eye of human history. When our mothers were growing up in the late 20th century, many of them had to fight against social pressures the likes of which we take for granted today - especially as men. Having a child as an Indian woman came with many expectations that remain invisible to us today, especially if weâre not actively looking for them. Our mothers have sacrificed so much in the name of raising us - everything from career opportunities as working women to late nights and early mornings spent on household chores and family expectations. Not Just A Mom, But A Friend Too © Hope Productions Thatâs why, perhaps this Motherâs Day, when weâre socially distanced and donât have the means to produce grand gestures or expensive gifts, perhaps the most important thing we can give our mothers is the chance to open up. To have a tougher, but more honest conversation about the realities theyâve faced and the sacrifices theyâve had to make. One that they could not have with a young child by their side, but can definitely have with an older, matured one who also isnât just a son or daughter - but a friend to lean on as well. View the full article
  13. Flashing her eyes on the camera, Mehwish wrote, 'The eyes Chico, they never lie..'
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  15. The on-going coronavirus lockdown has probably already made it a lot difficult for you to go about your day-to-day activities. A lot of people actually seem to be having some issues dealing with a messed up sleep cycle. Since you're essentially not "going out" anywhere, say, to work or to college, maintaining a proper sleep schedule seems to have taken a toll. Well, don't worry because you are not alone. Anyway, here are some apps that you can install on your phone to fix your messed up sleep cycle - Calm © Unsplash Meditation, as we all know, is a solid way to bust out some stress, and it's always a good practice to destress before sleeping. So we suggest you install an app called Calm. It's technically a free app but you do need a subscription to use all its features. It's got some great sleep stories, soothing music, and a ton of other things to help you sleep better. This one is definitely worth trying. Headspace © Unsplash This particular app is filled with a ton of meditations for every possible situation. Our favorite feature of the app is that it comes with sleep packages called "sleepcasts" which are 45-50 minutes long each. And if those things are not your jam then you can also check out their wind-down guides get a good night's sleep. Slumber Slumber is a great app if you want to check out some alternative techniques like Hypnosis and ASMR. You can also check out its soundscapes feature or listen to "soothing stories" that may help you fall asleep. The app is free to download, but you'll have to pay to access some premium features. But its definitely worth checking out. Noisli © Unsplash This app, unlike any other in the list, will let you create your own soundscapes. It lets you drown out distracting sounds in order to create the perfect environment for you to relax. All the sounds like completely customizable and you can mix them according to the ambiance tha Ut you're trying to set. View the full article
  16. Okay, let's be honest, for all the ones who have their birthdays coming soon, are probably hating this lockdown at the moment. Being stuck inside your house, while you could have stepped out and celebrated with your friends, can be frustrating and boring too. But not if you can make some mouth-watering recipes that will let you have a perfect time. Check out these birthday recipes that will make you feel less unfortunate during the lockdown. 1. Peanut Butter Cookie In A Mug © iStock Birthdays are not always about cakes but also something for your sweet tooth that will be just right for the occasion. Ingredients: Peanut butter, butter, sugar, eggs, all-purpose flour, milk, vanilla essence and peanuts. Method: 1. Melt butter and put peanut butter in it. Stir it well and combine sugar to it. Now, add egg yolks and stir it while you add some flour to it. 2. Add milk and put vanilla essence as well. 3. Top it up with peanuts and microwave the mug for good 2 minutes. Serve immediately. 2. Oreo Tarts © iStock Don't let this quarantine make you sad because the concept is unique and you can still make the most of it by baking something for yourself and awakening your inner chef. This phase need not be so boring! Ingredients: Cream, chopped dark chocolate, oreo cookies and melted butter. Method: 1. Blend all the Oreos in a blender, until it turns into a soft mixture. 2. Now, take the crushed cookies and add melted butter to it. Mix well. 3. Now take the crumb mixture and place it on a round tin cut out. Press it well and give it shape so that it covers both the sides. 4. Place it in the fridge for at least 20 minutes to make it firm. 5. While that's happening, take dark chocolate and cream and microwave it for 20 seconds and stir it till you get a smooth mixture. 6. Now, put it on the shell, sprinkle more crumbs and chocolate and let it chill overnight. 3. Bourbon Biscuit Cake © iStock When you don't have a microwave, your best bet is your pressure cooker to make the yummiest cakes ever. Ingredients: Bourbon biscuits, Eno, water, milk and oil Method: 1. Grind the biscuits and let it become a fine powder. Take it in a steel bowl and add some milk to it. These two things should make a thick batter. 2. Now, add 1 tsp of Eno to it and whisk again for a while. Take the cooker, fill it up with water and let it boil. 3. Take the steel bowl and put it in the cooker over another empty steel bowl. This gives an elevation to the batter. 4. Cover it and let the batter cook for good 30 minutes. 5. The biscuit cake is now ready. Sprinkle some choco chips on top and eat it fresh. 4. Vegan Banana Icecream © iStock It could be difficult to lay your hands on ice-creams right now but chill at home with vegan banana ice cream while you are binge-watching your favourite show. Ingredients: Banana and lemon juice Method: 1. Process frozen banana with lemon juice in a food processor. 2. Scrape down the sides and let the mixture turn smooth and resemble a softly served ice cream. Now, take it on a metal loaf pan and put it in the freezer for two hours. 3. Take it out when firm and scoopable. 5. No-Bake Brownies © iStock You can make brownies as well with basic ingredients available with you at home if it is your birthday and not feel unfortunate anymore. Brownies are easy to make and a definite mood lifter, tbh! Ingredients: Melted butter, yoghurt, sugar, baking powder, cocoa and chocolate. Method: 1. Take melted butter and put chocolate in it on a pan on low heat. Once it all melts together, set it aside. 2. In another bowl, take sugar and add yoghurt in it. Now stir well and add this mixture to the chocolate mixture. 3. Add flour, baking powder and cocoa, everything in little quantity only to make the batter. 4. Take a baking pan, put the batter and line it with parchment paper. Now add walnuts and more chocolate to it. 5. To cook this, take a kadhai and place a wire rack beneath and then put the pan on top. Add water below and cover the lid. Keep it on low flame for an hour. Keep replenishing water if need be. 6. Once done, take out the brownies and let it cool. Place them in the fridge and serve them chill. View the full article
  17. We all love to get the hottest tech every year and the newest smartphone that launches from your favourite brand. However, there is one problem that is making the smartphone game even more boring than ever before. Lately, most smartphones across all budgets look identical to each other with slight differences that donât really matter. Innovation in design is also very incremental where most smartphones just look like a slab with screens that can only be differentiated by their branding. However, this was not the case back in the 2000s as we saw phones with innovations both in terms of functionality and software. Whether you were a Nokia user or a Motorola user, it doesnât really matter because they all looked different from each other. The competition was stiff back in the day, and it made companies innovate in terms of design that canât be replicated by phone companies today. Hardware is more or less commoditised today, which limits companies from experimenting as much they did in the early and late 2000s. There was a phone for almost every type of phone user and really do miss those days. There are plenty of phones that fit this category, but we decided to compile a list of five phones that pushed the envelope and embodied real innovation when it came to the design: 1. Nokia 3310 © Wikipedia Commons Youâve probably seen this phone before and heard many stories about its durability. In fact, the phone looked quite basic but its high durability factor was the reason why most people bought this phone; and to play Snake. The phone took the world with storm, thanks to its smaller form factor and the fact that it can last longer than your average phone during its period. The phone also upgraded the text limit to 459-character, three times longer than any phone at the time. No wonder it sold more than 125 million units. 2. Motorola Razr © Wikipedia Commons We still consider this the sexiest phone of all time as it was the coolest looking phone anyone can get. It was featured in movies, music videos and even in cartoons making it one of the most innovative designs of flip phones. It was sleek, it had a colour screen and the flip closing sound was addictive to hear. The phone also pushed boundaries with its ring tone selection and it even came with a camera that was not available on every phone. The phone was first launched in 2004 and the company tried to give a modern twist to the Razr with a foldable screen but that was a massive failure. 3. Nokia N-Gage QD © Alophone We all dreamt of playing proper games on our phones and Nokia N-Gage was the first phone to deliver on this promise. It was an attempt by Nokia to capture the Nintendo Gameboy Advance audience. The second iteration of the phone i.e. âNokia N-Gage QDâ had ironed out all the design flaws from its predecessor. However, the phone wasnât as successful as we would have liked it to be. Having said that, this phone shows that Nokia wasnât afraid of experimenting with phone designs and actually deliver a phone that can also play some awesome games. Some say Nokia N-Gage QD is the inspiration for many gaming smartphones we see today, albeit none of them are as impressive as Nokiaâs design. 4. Sony Ericsson P900 © YouTube/Cortado In a way, the Sony Ericsson P900 was the first smartphone that supported third-party Java applications, had a touch screen and a flip design all in one phone. The keypad could be flipped open to access an entire display that could be used with a stylus. The phone also had a jog-wheel on the top right corner for easier navigation. It was a great successor to the Sony Ericsson P800; however, it was the P900 that challenged the status quo in 2003. 5. Nokia Communicator © Wikiepdia Commons The first phone to infuse a laptop design into a phone was the Nokia Communicator and the phone is still considered quite legendary by many. You can say the Nokia Communicator is the Godfather of the modern smartphone as many features introduced on this phone are now being used in smartphones today. The phone looks normal from outside but when opening the clamshell front, the phone had access to a full-blown QWERTY keyboard and an LCD display that was almost as big as the phone. The phone also had internet connectivity for people to email documents that could be typed on the phone itself. 6. Apple iPhone © Reddit The most revolutionary phone of our time is no doubt the first iPhone which was introduced by Steve Jobs on stage in 2007. It was nothing like the competition and is responsible for the demise of the feature phone as we know them. It had a sleek metal and glass design and had only one main button. Instead of using a stylus, you could use your fingers for using the screen and it came with apps that were far superior to anything we had seen. The iPhone paved the way for modern smartphones in a way that we havenât really been able to go back to where phones came from. View the full article
  18. PM has directed the provincial governments of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to take urgent measures to reduce inflation
  19. Demonstrators pledge to continue the protests till the release of MSR and lifting of curbs on media
  20. Keeping yourself secure online is more of a necessity these days ever since half the world is working from home, currently and ergo, the needs for VPNs. However, VPNs are also used to access blocked websites that are being blocked by ISPs and mobile operators. Some ISPs also throttle torrent downloading, which can be excruciatingly annoying. © Unsplash We tested many VPNs to find out which work the best in India to access the US version of Netflix and other websites that are not available on Indian networks. While a basic VPN can also do the job, you need servers that offer fast connections so that it doesnât hamper your overall internet speed when running a VPN on your machine. Here are the top 5 VPN services to use in India for accessing blocked content: 1. ExpressVPN © Express VPN ExpressVPN is by far the only VPN that offers everything you need from a single service. It is the best all-round VPN service for speed, privacy and unblocking. You get access to 3,000 servers in 160 locations across 94 nations. It even has support for Android and iOS with its official apps. ExpressVPN even comes with custom firmware that can be installed on compatible routers and unblock content that is restricted on the DNS level. With each account, you can use the service on five separate devices simultaneously which basically covers every device in your home. 2. IPVanish © IP Vanish Best used for torrenting, IPVanish does exactly what its namesake implies. The service as 40,000+ shared IPs, 300+ VPN servers in 70+ countries, unlimited P2P traffic, ten simultaneous connections and 24/7 customer support. Phew, thatâs a lot from a service that isnât as popular as ExpressVPN, which ideally works in its favour due to fewer users. It's available to use on Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, even Fire TV which not many services tend to offer natively. Connecting to servers is a breeze and download speeds are also quite decent. However, if you are a power-user, the ten simultaneous connections are hard to ignore. 3. Private Internet Access (PIA) © PIA Private Internet Access is a relatively small service compared to the other services mentioned on this list, however, its reliability is what we like about the service. The network covers more than 50 locations across 32 countries and has P2P support as well. If you like to use port-forwarding and SOCKS5 for your clients, the service provides this feature for free as well. The service has native apps on every platform and even offers browser extensions for quick access. It is still a good value for people who are looking for something that offers above-average download speeds on VPN services. 4. Surfshark © Unsplash_Dan Nelson If speed is your game then the Surfshark VPN should be your go-to service. It is by far the fastest VPN service you can use and is best used for accessing Netflix in other regions. The interface is easy to use and does not look too complicated for first-time users. The best part about Surfshark is that it supports unlimited devices to use this service simultaneously. No other service offers these many connections on one account. For advance users, this service offers OpenVPN UDP and TCP, IKEv2 security protocols, AES-256 encryption, and a kill switch for extra privacy. 5. VyprVPN © VyprVPN Based in Switzerland, the VyprVPN service is one of the more comprehensive services out there. Their proprietary Chameleon protocol can even let you access blocked websites in countries like Iran and China. Other services tend to be flaky when trying to use them in China but this service never fails. Apps are available on every platform and even for smart TVs. Download speeds are higher than normal which is perfect for Netflix and BBC Player. The Windows client does look quite dated but it gets the job done. We havenât faced any downtime during our testing or no instances of logging. View the full article
  21. Being successful in anything you do is never a cakewalk. Lives of the successful might look bright and beautiful but even they were once at a stage wherein fame and goals were a far game for them. Rejections are just a milestone of reaching to the top of the hill. Many acclaimed Bollywood actors were also once rejected but their consistency and hard-work led them to where-ever they are today. Here is a list of Bollywood actors who were rejected at the beginning of their career but won us over with consistency: 1. Ranveer Singh View this post on InstagramBest Actor - Hindi Criticsâ Choice Film Awards 2020 ð Film critics are hard to please, so this feels pretty awesome! :) Thank you @criticschoicefilmawards and the entire @filmcriticsguild of India for honouring my work. #gullyboy ðð½A post shared by (@ranveersingh) Ranveer Singh was once rejected for having âaverageâ looks and we wonder what that means. Heâs the countryâs heartthrob today and has given many Bollywood blockbusters to his audience to hold onto for a lifetime. Also, his fan base proves that we all love him and canât get enough of him. 2. Anushka Sharma View this post on InstagramKnowing what I want to eat and making me laugh ! My husband has figured it out ð¥°ððA post shared by (@anushkasharma) Anushka Sharma was initially rejected for not having the âBollywood looksâ. However, with her work and the choice of her films, she proved how she is meant to be in the industry. The actress also started her own production house and is continuing to do great work in Bollywood. 3. Nawazuddin Siddiqui View this post on InstagramThank You Avinash Bhai, this picture really makes me look different. #Repost @avigowariker with @get_repost ã»ã»ã» âª#PostPackUpShot with this incredibly talented actor... @nawazuddin._siddiqui at his intense best!⬠⪠#photoshoot #shootdiaries #nawazuddinsiddiqui #peopleinframe #photooftheday #portraitphotography #discoverportrait #quietthechaos #blackandwhite #bnw #celebrityphotography #bollywoodlife #ringlight #bollywoodcelebrity #humaneffect #monochromeâ¬A post shared by (@nawazuddin._siddiqui) Nawazuddin Siddiqui has impressed us all by his stellar performances in Bollywood but he too was rejected several times for having âcommon man looksâ. During his initial years in Bollywood, he struggled around stepping a firm foot in the industry and getting the recognition that he deserved. 4. Irrfan Khan View this post on InstagramHaasil se Hindi Medium tak , villain se popular Hero tak. Thank you #StarScreenAwards2017 !!A post shared by (@irrfan) Irrfan Khan created his own niche in the country. His fans skipped a beat as soon as the news of his demise went public. In the early years of his career he was rejected by many directors for just his looks. He is the only actor who has been able to make it big in both Hollywood and Bollywood and has given us some amazing movies to re-watch. 5. Amitabh Bachchan View this post on InstagramâIn the rush to return to normal, use this time to consider which parts of normal are worth rushing back to" ~ DH सामानà¥à¤¯ हॠà¤à¤¾à¤¨à¥ à¤à¥ दà¥à¤¡à¤¼ à¤à¥ à¤à¤ªà¤¾à¤§à¤¾à¤ªà¥ मà¥à¤ , हमà¥à¤ यॠसमय à¤à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¥à¤®à¤¾à¤² à¤à¤°à¤¨à¤¾ à¤à¤¾à¤¹à¤¿à¤ , यॠसà¥à¤à¤¨à¥ à¤à¥ लिठ, à¤à¥ वॠà¤à¥à¤¨ सॠà¤à¥à¤à¤¼à¥à¤ हà¥à¤ à¤à¥ सामानà¥à¤¯ हà¥à¤¨à¥ लायà¤à¤¼ हà¥à¤ ~ à¤à¤¬A post shared by (@amitabhbachchan) The Bollywood megastar was once rejected by All India Radio for his voice. During his initial years, he was also asked to play the role of a man who couldnât speak. And today, he is famous for that wonderful authority in his voice and we can't imagine the industry without him. View the full article
  22. A major part of making a mainstream film in Bollywood is booking a release date which promises a kickstart in terms of the box office revenue collection. For example, Shah Rukh Khan prefers a release around Diwali, Salman Khan books Eid for his films, and this has now become common knowledge. However, sometimes major films also clash with one another, it's not likely that each clash ends with two winners, sometimes some films don't end up doing well with heavy competition. Here are the major clashes of films in the last couple of years, and the film that took the throne amongst the two. 1. Raees Vs Kaabil, January 25, 2017 © IMDB The Republic Day film release of 2017 saw the box-office clash of Shahrukh Khanâs Raees and Hrithik Roshanâs Kaabil. Both the stars desperately needed a hit to redeem their positions at the box-office considering that they didnât have a great 2016. After a month's run, Rahul Dholakiaâs Raees had dominated over Sanjay Guptaâs Kaabil. But both the films couldn't make it to the Rs 300 crore club. 2. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Vs Shivaay, October 28, 2016 © IMDB Karan Joharâs Ae Dil Hai Mushkil clashed with Ajay Devgnâs Shivaay for the much sought after Diwali release of 2016. Both of these films did equally well. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil had a total collection being Rs 104.1 crore in India. Shivaay, directed by Ajay Devgn also made it to the Rs 100-crore club at the domestic box office. 3. Mohenjo Daro Vs Rustom, August 12, 2016 © IMDB With the backing of top actors and stars, Rustom and Mohenjo Daro were heavily dependent upon Akshay Kumar and Hrithik Roshan. Rustom not only took a better opening, but the gap between the film and Hrithik Roshan's Mohenjo Daro widened with each passing day. It started with a difference of around 60%, Rustom ran 2-3 times the collections of Mohenjo Daro. 4. Dilwale Vs Bajirao Mastani, December 18, 2015 © IMDB Before the release of these two major films, there were constant speculations about which film would do better. However, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Bajirao Mastani and Dilwale did equally well at the worldwide box office. While Dilwale grossed over Rs. 370 crores, Bajirao Mastani was at a strong Rs. 358 crores. 5. Jab Tak Hai Jaan Vs Son Of Sardaar November 13, 2012 © IMDB The much-awaited films of 2012, Ajay Devgan, and SRK were competing closely with Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Son Of Sardar. Both the films ended up doing good business well and managed to enter the 100-crore club respectively. View the full article
  23. Being in a self-imposed quarantine and in isolation takes a toll on the psyche of an individual. This isnât exactly a new revelation, but the fact that even the best among us are susceptible to it is something that most of us hadnât realised before. We have come to realise this today after a video surfaced online of a doctor in Mathura tried to flee from the quarantine centre set up in a government hospital, on Thursday. © Twitter/timesofindia The doctor we see in the video is Dr Piyush Chatturvedi, who, as a report by Times Of India, was under a precautionary, âself-imposedâ quarantine after he came in contact with a coronavirus positive patient. The doctor says that he was stepping out of the facility to get a few things for consumption, and can be seen breaking into a sprint as the police try and stop him. © Twitter/timesofindia This shouldnât come as a surprise. Doctors, no matter where they are in the county are in a rather precarious position. On one hand, they are at the forefront of this ongoing war against the virus, and are facing the situation without proper equipment and basic PPEs or personal protective equipment. On the other, they are facing some appalling situations and discrimination, while spending days away from their families and loved ones. © Reuters The Mathura chapter of the Indian Medical Association put out a statement condemning the actions of Dr Chatturvedi and all medical professionals in the area who are putting public health at risk in a time like this. © Twitter/timesofindia While we agree with the opinions of the IMA, we cannot help but feel sorry for people like Dr Chatturvedi. With that being said, blaming just the doctor cannot be justified. Dr Chatturvedi, and a total of 13 other people at the District Combined Hospital of Vrindavan, came in contact with a COVID-19 patient, who later died. The medical professionals have been put in a precautionary quarantine for days now, and havenât been tested as of writing this article. #Covid_19: UP doctor flees from quarantine, cops chase him down Watch pic.twitter.com/f3PjFPz2i2 â The Times Of India (@timesofindia) May 1, 2020 Clearly, the situation is so grim that even the brightest among us are behaving in a rather sorry manner. This just goes on to show the psychological cost we as a civilisation may have to bear, once this pandemic is dealt with. View the full article
  24. Although itâs easier said than done, we really need to start gearing up for our life after lockdown. Because itâs going to end and weâll be back to routine sooner than we know, well, that's the hope right? And before that happens itâs important to recall all the things we have been ignoring completely, for example, our wardrobe. And what better way to get started with adding a bit of sunshine and summer to the mix. T-shirts and boxers have brought you far and that one odd shirt that has now become a Zoom call staple has served you well, but itâs time to add some summer colours to the mix. Also, once the lockdown is over, you might have too many plans and places to be at, and though youâd want to look your best, shopping may not be the first thing youâd want to do. So, hereâs your chance to build a perfect wardrobe for summer and fun times ahead. __ECOMLOOKS__417__ __ECOMLOOKS__418__ __ECOMLOOKS__419__ __ECOMLOOKS__420__ __ECOMLOOKS__421__ Explore and shop more here View the full article
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