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  1. The tragic burning of the Notre-Dame Cathedral spire in Paris has now resulted in donations and help from unlikely sources for its restoration. In fact, 'Assassin's Creed Unity' may even be used as a reference for restoration work, as the game features a scaled replica of the historic site. The 3D model in the game is incredibly detailed and will probably be used as a reference to restore the cathedral to its formal glory. © Ubisoft The game also lets players traverse the monument and parkour over almost every inch of the structure. You can even go inside the cathedral in the game and explore the interiors. In lieu of the burning, you can now actually do that for free, thanks to an initiative by Ubisoft. Apart from donating €500,000 to restoration works, Ubisoft is now giving away 'Assassin's Creed Unity' for free on PC. © Ubisoft “Ubisoft wants to give all gamers the chance to experience the majesty and beauty of the cathedral”, the publisher's statement reads. “You can download Assassin's Creed Unity on PC for free here, and you'll own it forever in your Uplay games library.” © Ubisoft The Notre-Dame in the game was detailed and developed by level designer Caroline Miousse. It took 14 months of production and took three weeks to get the interior right. Due to Ubisoft's hard work, the cathedral is a fully explorable 90% scale model of the real monument.
  2. Whatever PM Modi says or does, it trends. That's the rule of Twitter in India. So of course, him launching a new campaign was bound to be talked about, no surprise there. PM Modi launched a 'Main Bhi Chowkidar' campaign this morning and shared a video and message on Twitter. Your Chowkidar is standing firm & serving the nation. But, I am not alone. Everyone who is fighting corruption, dirt, social evils is a Chowkidar. Everyone working hard for the progress of India is a Chowkidar. Today, every Indian is saying-#MainBhiChowkidar — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 16, 2019 The video is basically a song with lyrics showcasing the government's initiatives. In the tweet, he says that today, everyone's a Chowkidar and well, now people are tweeting #MainBhiChowkidar. This particular hashtag soon became the top worldwide trend on Twitter and his tweet alone has thousands and thousands of replies, retweets, and likes. Soon, people started tweeting using the hashtag saying every Indian is a chowkidar today because “Everyone who is fighting corruption, dirt, social evils is a Chowkidar, everyone working hard for the progress of India is a Chowkidar.” Now everyone's proud to be a chowkidar. Proud to be a Chowkidar. #MainBhiChowkidar https://t.co/XXwo5hxkrb — B.S. Yeddyurappa (@BSYBJP) March 16, 2019 :@narendramodi ji our commitment towards your vision to build a #NewIndia which is strong, secure, safe, respected across the world and developed is unwavering. Millions of youths like me pledge our support to the #MainBhiChowkidar movement ðhttps://t.co/YBlb7OD4ga — Nupur Sharma (@NupurSharmaBJP) March 16, 2019 Umm. A Chowkidar usually gets a nametag on his dress but this one is so reliable that his whole dress is covered with name tags! #MainBhiChowkidar #ChowkidarChorHai pic.twitter.com/9GHq8wfxKR — Ashok Swain (@ashoswai) March 16, 2019 Fake Modi is with real Modi. As proud Indian citizens, we all must leave no stone unturned to fight any evil in our country. Lets all pledge to unite towards a stronger and progressive India. We are all with you @narendramodi ji. Jai Hind #MainBhiChowkidar — Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) March 16, 2019 Thank you Sir#MainBhiChowkidar because only you can: implement One Law One Flag One Anthem & One Constitution enact Uniform Education Uniform Healthcare & Uniform Civil Code make a United Integrated Developed Bharat, Free from Corruption Crime Casteism Communalism Conversion https://t.co/r4ba43uZlY — Ashwini Upadhyay (@AshwiniBJP) March 16, 2019 Even Smriti Irani tweeted. I am proud to join #MainBhiChowkidar movement. As a citizen who loves India, I shall do my best to defeat corruption, dirt, poverty & terrorism and help create a New India which is strong, secure & prosperous. — Smriti Z Irani (@smritiirani) March 16, 2019 People are also changing their names on Twitter. I changed my twitter handle name today to #support #MainBhiChowkidar pic.twitter.com/jeVx2692so — Chowkidar Sumit Vajpai (@SumitVajpai) March 16, 2019 Okay then. #MainBhiChowkidar Trend is showing Chowkidar is imandaar#CongressChorHai pic.twitter.com/tBzG2jvBsG — Ritesh jain (@Jainritesh_rj) March 16, 2019 I don't know how that's related. #MainBhiChowkidar Meanwhile @RanveerOfficial thinking Which dress suits him most pic.twitter.com/KcOKApp2Km — Siddu Patil (@Siddupatil_) March 16, 2019 What is even happening anymore? Nervous tweet Mr Rahul ! Looks like you are scared today seeing so many #MainBhiChowkidar It's Quite natural for robbers to be nervous when they see #Chowkidar. https://t.co/Qq4Bip3m7c — BJP Karnataka (@BJP4Karnataka) March 16, 2019 Okay. Everyone who is fighting corruption, dirt, social evils is a Chowkidar. Everyone working hard for the progress of India is a Chowkidar. Today, every Indian is sayiing #MainBhiChowkidar pic.twitter.com/eULatsm0MR — Kiren Rijiju (@KirenRijiju) March 16, 2019 Immensely proud to be a part of the #MainBhiChowkidar movement. 125 crore Indians stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Hon'ble PM Shri @narendramodi ji in fulfilling the vision of creating: - a strong India, - a secure India, - a prosperous India- a #NewIndia. — Biplab Kumar Deb (@BjpBiplab) March 16, 2019
  3. Valentine's Day is overrated. Every year, one rotten day, couples get to vomit all the cheese they produce in their respective relationships in the entire year on Instagram. Some of the the captions are beyond annoying. Did we mention the creepy hearts that flood the streets and the markets as they monetize this pathetic holiday? Pink and red become the most annoying colours. And what's with the gooey Whatsapp messages on family groups? it's like an epidemic spreading and consuming everything and everyone that comes in twos. If you're single this year, you're probably immune to this horrible disease of wasting away your money on hearts and chocolates. Good for you. And we appreciate you for that, which is why we have ideas for 14 of February to save you from all the exasperation of seeing all these couples. Here are some non-romantic ideas for Valentine's Day that you can enjoy with you and yourself: 1. Get Yourself A Comfy Night Suit © Instagram If you're going to stay at home and chill on Netflix, might as well get yourself a fresh pair of night suit set that makes you feel nice about yourself and also feels nice on the skin. You could indulge in solids or get a quirky pattern like avocados all over, or a Marvel/DC-themed set. 2. A New Pair Underwear & Quirky Socks To Match With It © HM If you're not big on staying in and would rather go hook up with someone because who even catches feelings #gross. A new pair of quirky underwear and socks are a great idea to turn around a dull evening. 3. Face Sheet Masks & Grooming Products © Instagram You could also get yourself Korean grooming products like a face sheet mask which locks in the moisture and hydrates your skin. Or a glowy mask, take a cue from celebrities like Ansel Elgort, John Mayer, at least you'll come out a man with skin that girls get jealous of. 4. Get A New Look © Instagram A great makeover is a great way to spend tomorrow. Go to a salon and get a new hairstyle that suits you. You'll surprise yourself with the power of a great haircut that will certainly turn heads around.
  4. There have been numerous reports of PUBG addiction in the last few months and we've even seen people resorting to physical harm after getting addicted to the game. A recent report by the Quartz states that a PUBG fan spends more than 8 hours in a week on an average on the game. Institutions have sent out circulars asking for a complete ban on the game, and people have even sent requests to the government for initiation of a ban. While we'd laugh at a ban, the situation is actually getting serious. More than 120 cases of PUBG addiction were registered at Services for Healthy Use of Technology (SHUT) clinic in National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS). © YouTube Games are supposed to be a source of entertainment, and getting hooked onto them at the cost of work or studies should never be a choice. The symptoms of addiction include deprivation of sleep, loss of real life interests, and subjectively lower attendance along with poor academic performance. If you're a victim of the game's addiction, here are a few steps you can take to ensure healthy usage of technology. © Razer Firstly, you need to start accepting responsibility and know that you are addicted to the game. We cannot solve an issue without acknowledging its existence. Secondly, you have to understand the impact it's having on your day to day life. Are your studies getting affected due to the game? If you're working, has your performance and focus at work changed? If the answer is yes, start thinking about your other hobbies and activities. PUBG was launched nearly a year back, what was your entertainment back then? How did you spend time refreshing yourself? Finding healthy alternatives to passing time can help in distancing yourself from the game. © YouTube You also need to stop blaming the game for captivating you. The phone, the game, the developer etc. aren't responsible for getting you hooked. And no, we don't mean to say abandon the game completely. Overconsumption of anything is hazardous, draw a line between entertainment and addiction. Set yourself time limits and follow them. A good way to understand how much time you've wasted is to keep a track and calculate how many hours you've lost in a week. © Pexels Also, don't be embarrassed to ask for help. Share the issue with your close friends and family and ask them to give a hand. PUBG could also be a distraction you've chosen because of other stressful situations in life. Lastly, even technology can help you out thanks to rising awareness of technology addiction. Both, Google and Apple have recognised that mobile phone addiction in the modern world is a serious problem and are trying to bring a viable solution. If you game on smartphones, you can easily follow the below steps to self reuglate your gaming addiction: For Android © YouTube Last year, Google launched the Digital Wellbeing program with Android Pie update and it aims to help you reduce your smartphone usage. All you need to do is download the app from Play Store, and head to the "Settings" menu. Scroll down and tap "Accessibility", you'll come across two splash pages. The hub has a circle at the top, and the number in the middle shows how long the screen has been turned on. With various colours, the circle shows the apps you spend the most time on. Using these analytics, the system knows which apps you use the most and it tracks your usage over a period of time. © Google Now, you can use the "App Timer" to restrict usage within a certain period of time. Let's say you mark PUBG for "30 minutes", after 30 minutes of gameplay, the app will minimize and a popup appears saying you've hit your allotted screen time. Even the app icon will turn grey indicating it's not available, and taping it would open a screen reminding you about App Limits. Lastly, you can set a "Wind Down" mode that basically makes your phone go grey-scale and the Do Not Disturb mode is automatically switch on. Even a blue light filter is switched on to help you actually wind down to sleep. All you need to do is set a time period, for example 10PM to 6AM. The phone knows that's your sleep cycle and winds down the phone to prevent you from using the phone. For iOS © YouTube Even iOS has a similar feature called Screen Time and it's natively supported on iOS 12. Just go to the "Settings" app and scroll down to "Screen Time". Switch on the feature and it'll start collecting usage logs in the background. You can see when you used your phone, on which apps, and how for long for. You can also see how the overall time you spent on your phone compares to the average. To set up "App Limits", just hit "Add Limit", choose a category, and set your timer. When you hit the wall, Screen Time will let you know with a full-screen notification. Assume this to be your warning message since the notification gives you a ignore option and 15-minute extension. © Apple Unlike Android's Digital Wellbeing, you can select a particular app and need to select a category like social media or gaming. It has a "Downtime" feature that will restrict usage of external apps within the set period and only a few stock apps will be accessible. These are just a few tools that'll help you remind yourself, "You're playing too much!"
  5. If you still haven't watched the teaser of 'The Lion King', what are you even doing with your life? It's the only thing that matters today, that and dealing with a whole new wave of nostalgia that one minute and thirty two second video has hit us with. People are emotional, people are crying, people are excited, it's just everything mixed together, and people obviously took to Twitter to share this excitement with everyone. From comparing scenes from the new teaser to the original movie, to just losing it over the adorable baby Simba, to already preparing themselves for the tragic death of Mufasa, people really can't stop talking about 'The Lion King' and no one can blame them. So here are all the funny, emotional reactions to the teaser. Pun game too strong. If you're not excited for the new Lion King movie.. you're lion — Kelsey Impicciche (@kelseydangerous) November 23, 2018 Already dreading that. Damn, Disney really bout to make me pay them money to watch Mufasa die in Ultra HD 4K pic.twitter.com/NDG9tLDpIL — X (@XLNB) November 22, 2018 Oh no. Wow, the new LION KING looks dark. pic.twitter.com/kHsNmleKbl — Sonny Bunch (@SonnyBunch) November 23, 2018 Literal chills, tbh. WHEW I GOT CHILLS, IM READY TO GET MY LION KING TICKETS! pic.twitter.com/nInGRi5LDZ — brandon (@imnotsharpie) November 22, 2018 This one scene will wreck everyone. Honestly I'm finally just getting over the trauma of Mufasa now I have to go and re-live it all over again only this time it's even MORE REAL — Autumn Chiklis (@AutumnChiklis) November 22, 2018 Someone's got jokes. Live-action Lion King looks great pic.twitter.com/qVmPV4hIxG — Christopher Rosen (@chrisjrosen) November 22, 2018 More jokes. THE LION KING (2019) pic.twitter.com/O2gd7T07L6 — John Cullen (@nellucnhoj) November 23, 2018 That was honestly enough. When I was 5, it was Mufasa's death that made me cry. At 26, apparently it only takes his voice in the trailer. — Angelique Fiske (@angeliquefiske) November 22, 2018 It's going to be so great! just hit me that donald Glover and Beyoncé have a duet in the lion king pic.twitter.com/ync66AMORC — hag (@leoyolk) November 23, 2018 I need some context for this picture. "The Lion King" (2019) pic.twitter.com/2ejLMgQZta — Torre de Vigilância (@TorreVigilancia) November 23, 2018 Everyone's just concerned about one thing. When you see the new Lion King trailer but realize you gotta watch Mufasa die again in high definition pic.twitter.com/2h0nrjeDqR — Soccer Memes (@SoccerMemes) November 23, 2018 Can we all do that? New Lion King trailer is amazing. I'm billing @Disney for the therapy I'm going to need. As if watching a cartoon Musfasa dying wasn't traumatic enough, now I can see the light drain from his eyes in IMAX 3D. #TheLionKing — Jack Whitehall (@jackwhitehall) November 23, 2018 The cutest! Ok but baby Simba in The Lion King (2019) trailer is SO damn cute pic.twitter.com/7kfpXkoWq4 — femme fatale (@eliesaaab) November 23, 2018 A side by side. And....here it is! The new #TheLionKing trailer side by side with the original The Lion King movie scenes. Your thoughts? ð¦ðpic.twitter.com/mYcai7gnST — Ulrich Janse van Vuuren (@UlrichJvV) November 23, 2018 So extra! This live action Lion King is doing the most ðpic.twitter.com/gCBPKPsNsf — Pascal (@michstizzy) November 23, 2018 Beyoncé?!? how it would feel watching lion king live action ðððpic.twitter.com/NfCywd8JTd — ððð (@jiorakaza) November 23, 2018 Aren't we all? watching the new lion king trailer pic.twitter.com/HflSyB3Gjw — czar™ (@bilalBBK) November 23, 2018 Good use of the word crisp. All excited for Lion King then you realize you gotta rewatch Mufasa's death in crisp, glorious HD. ðpic.twitter.com/qiDF6Rv8oj — Lorenzo Limbaga (@gabriellimbaga) November 23, 2018 We're all in this together. Me as an Adult trying to hold it in watching the #LionKing next year! ð¦pic.twitter.com/TM75uWPQW5 — Robert Pineda (@Rpinedadpp) November 23, 2018
  6. Mumbai Police's Twitter page is the best meme account, don't even fight me on that. They always keep up with the latest memes and internet challenges and then put their own twist to it, making it even better. No one wants to see a boring ass PSA when you can edit the latest meme that's going viral. 'Kiki Challenge' has taken over the world but I'm sure a lot of people are sick of it now. So, here's Mumbai Police saying what everyone's thinking- We love your safety and can't leave it to be decided by Kiki! #GetInToTheCar #kikiChallenge #InMySafetyFeelings pic.twitter.com/OqOgmPgJA6 — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 2, 2018 They're always on point and even used the new, most annoying Instagram update and made it better. Such personal questions don't need insta replies! They need to be sent insta-ntly to the police #OnlineSafety pic.twitter.com/gSUziD9Ech — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) July 13, 2018 Their latest PSA also has a hilarious pop-culture reference. I'm sure everyone has seen 'Thor: Ragnarok' – probably the best Marvel movie yet – and that one scene with the fight between Thor and The Hulk, his friend from work. Mumbai Police used a picture of The Hulk wearing a helmet as a way of encouraging people to wear helmets, because well, even the strongest people need protection. Everything may not work out with all the grave mistakes you make! One mistake and... #WearAHelmet pic.twitter.com/rVP7cnnI89 — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 6, 2018 Usually, people always respond with a lot of laughing emojis, agreeing to their funny tweets, but today was a little different. A lot of people in the replies took this opportunity to point out how many times they have seen the cops on bikes without a helmet. A little bit hypocritical, isn't it? People also posted pictures as evidence and asked them to take action against the cops because they have to lead by example, right? What do you have to say on this @MumbaiPolice? Are the rules only gor the common man? Check out the vehicle registration number and catch this cop and then post it on your Twitter handle #dareforyou #dontjustpreach #practiceandpreach pic.twitter.com/t9jkZHOopr — remo jacob (@remoFD) August 6, 2018 That hashtag, tho! #WearAHelmet for you too#MondayMotivation pic.twitter.com/ciDCX814Jv — Rosh (@TekiRosh) August 6, 2018 The laws in this country are only meant for the common man. Everyone else from the lawmakers to the top bureaucracy is permitted to behave as they please because they all feed off from our hard earned tax money — Em (@thebigfatbao) August 6, 2018 It should. Hope this applies to all officers of @MumbaiPolice & @mtptraffic as well... They are amongst wilful offenders for traffic violations !! — Abhijaat Sinha (@abhijaat) August 6, 2018 But, they obviously received a lot of positive response as well, with people appreciating the effort. Marketing skills at it's best ð — sudeep (@sud_singh13) August 6, 2018 This person has the correct idea. Looking at the number of potholes, I feel only helmet is not enough, need to wear full body armour.... — P (@elakprash) August 6, 2018