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  1. While the Indian cricket team did not have the ideal start to their very first match after the coronavirus lockdown was lifted as Australian openers Aaron Finch and David Warner were sitting on a 127 run partnership (at the time of writing this article), it was the Indian cricket board that faced instant heat online when they asked about the retro jersey that was introduced during this series. How many retweets for #TeamIndia's retro kit?#AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/R4E7063bQn — BCCI (@BCCI) November 27, 2020 The official Twitter handle of BCCI asked their followers to retweet their post if they liked the new look of the classic 1992 World Cup jersey. Instead, they received a lot of backlash simply because of how ‘in-your-face’ the sponsor logos are. Was that India's jersey or Byju's jersey ?? Difference is Nike and Mpl . Mpl logo size is bigger as it is different from nike's "tick" pic.twitter.com/rb859wDa7s — Pratimaan Priyam (@PratimaanPriyam) November 27, 2020Is it BYJU'S team or the national team...can't @BCCI sponsor the jersey. Why are we paying taxes ?? — Pranav Kumar Jha (@PranavK58992173) November 27, 2020Cheeeee.. seems to be Byjus team than India's team — Sandeep Khaitan (@Sandeepkhaitan) November 27, 2020 It is worth clarifying that the jersey itself looks pretty decent and pays homage to the ones worn by Sachin Tendulkar and Co during their World Cup campaign over 28 years ago. It is simply the massive BYJU’s and MLP logos that take away the attention from the fact that it is truly a Team India jersey and not a brand-centric kit. The typical blue and orange jersey continues to be a national favourite, however, when it comes to showing innovation and designing new alternatives, the Indian cricket board has failed to impress, be it the jersey during the Australia series or the ones designed for World Cup 2019 - which many people mistook as the uniform of a petrol pump employee. These new jerseys are amazing! But glad they're only for this one game coming up. #BleedFuel #INDvENG #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/xHIRTU9gSX — Siddharth (@Actor_Siddharth) June 29, 2019 The Indian cricket team are stationed Down Under for a massive tour which includes all three formats of the game. While the three-match ODI series kicked off today, the three-match T20I series will begin from December 4, 2020 and the first of four Tests is scheduled to begin from December 17. Indian captain Virat Kohli will be returning home on paternity leave after playing the first Test at Adelaide to be with his wife and family for the birth of his first child. Meanwhile, there has been a “lack of clarity” on the injury update of Rohit Sharma, as explained by Kohli ahead of the first ODI. Addressing the media in a video, Kohli said: "Right now, there is so much uncertainty and whether they (Rohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma) are going to make it and if they are going to make it at all or not. After that (the selection meeting) he played in the IPL and we all thought he would be on that flight to Australia and we had no information on why he is not travelling with us. There has been no information, there has been a lack of clarity." View the full article
  2. What makes our job great isn’t simply the paycheck it offers. Yes, it is one of the top three factors, but it’s almost never the sole reason why our work excites us. Instead, what sets our job apart from others in our friend circle depends on the added advantages we get from being a part of an organisation we belong to. © Pexels There’s a reason why one of the top questions candidates ask their interviewers is related to ‘new work opportunities’ they are likely to get as a part of the team? Promising work opportunities and the possibility of being able to add new skills to our repertoire often tends to play a far greater role in influencing an individual’s decision to join a company. © Pexels Because while a great paycheck can only add to our bank balance, only employee-friendly policies guarantee work satisfaction and motivation or even happiness and peace of mind. But let’s be honest, all of that is easier said than done, and getting that perfect blend is mostly a far-fetched dream. So when LinkedIN asked people on Twitter what was their favourite thing about their job, it was a complete mixed bag and still relatable. Larger chunk of my team(including me) work for 4 days and we get the next 4 days off. + Pandemic or No Pandemic, we do WFH. Two crucial aspects! 🙂 — Arun Dixit (@diarun_002) November 23, 2020 Trying to find it 😜 pic.twitter.com/6ObnWTGgC0 — Anup Singh (@iamAnup9) November 23, 2020 The fact that an employee with 10-years experience and 2-years experience gets treated equally. They value my opinion as much as their 10-year-old employee. :') — karuna🌸 (@karunasharmaa) November 23, 2020 That it resembles other people's vacations - I get to travel and take pictures. — 𝙼. 𝚂𝚑𝚊𝚗𝚝𝚊𝚛𝚊𝚖, 𝚙𝚑𝚘𝚝𝚘𝚐𝚛𝚊𝚙𝚑𝚎𝚛 (@thecontrarian) November 23, 2020 Will let you know when I find it too.. pic.twitter.com/o8yHIOPclg — Mohd Azad (@m_azad) November 23, 2020 New Learning opportunities and unforeseen challenges every now and then.. — Prakash Singh (@Prax_Nayal) November 23, 2020 New challenges and upskilling opportunities — Payal Pisal (@PayalPisal) November 23, 2020 That I still have a job. https://t.co/e1mhuKsHIS — Aniket Bose (@ABnormalConnect) November 23, 2020 Often we tend to take our job for granted, but it is only during moments like this that we are forced to think of all the perks and advantages our jobs provide us with. That’s a lot to be grateful for, right? View the full article
  3. There's a reason why we are obsessed with dissecting Maniesh Paul's airport looks, every time he is spotted at the airport. While he has already struck a chord with us all with his flawless anchoring skills, he also has a commendable sense of style and is one of the biggest sneakerheads, seen in some of the quirkiest pairs we have spotted on celebrities. © Viral Bhayani The man is all about stepping out looking eccentric with multicoloured sneakers and just when we thought we have seen it all, he turned up at Mumbai airport, wearing mismatched sneakers, giving an illusion that he is wearing two different pairs at the same time. © Viral Bhayani Before we get into the details of the exciting pair of shoes he wore, let's talk about his outfit. Firstly, the sweatshirt that Maniesh is wearing here, does the double duty of working as an overall face mask along with a comfortable sweatshirt for the airport. The style has understated aesthetic but has an athleisure vibe that's working really well for him here. The way he has paired the maroon sweatshirt with black joggers looks spot on. © Louis Vuitton As for the more details of this look, Maniesh is also seen carrying an elegant travel bag in Damier Graphite Canvas, by Louis Vuitton. This is one of the most functional bags and many celebrities are seen flying out carrying this duffle from LV. Besides that, well, it costs a bomb. The bag is worth 1400 Euros, which, if converted to Indian currency, is worth Rs 1,23,043. Yes, let that sink in. © StockX However, the most interesting thing about the whole look, undoubtedly, are the sneakers he wore. Maniesh is yet again seen in a mismatched pair, called Air Jordan 1 Mid Multicolour sneakers. The pair has a punchy pastel palette, with soft hues and the bold colours are dispersed well in abstract fashion with the inverse counterpart, that looks wild and yet blends perfectly together. Branding is present on both the collar flaps and the shoe is finished with white accentuated midsole. © StockX As for the price, these sneakers are listed on Stockx currently for Rs 17,300 approximately. Coming to the overall appeal of this pair, even though they look like two different shoes, they do sit well in contrast with the rest of his outfit. © Viral Bhayani All in all, a cool way to stand out at the airport, Maniesh. Keep'em coming! View the full article
  4. First salaries are always of paramount importance and most of us remember our first salaries as that’s the first time we ever do something on our own. Everyone starts from somewhere and even if the amount is extremely small, it changes the course of our life and gives us the biggest sense of growing up. However, sharing first salaries recently became a trend on Twitter and people started sharing their first salaries. From journalists to film directors to movie stars, everyone started from somewhere and followed the trend along with sharing their first salaries on Twitter. After all, everyone remembers their ‘firsts’! So, here’s how actors did odd jobs for making money and now after years, they have come a long way. Fukrey actor Pulkit Samrat took to Twitter and wrote, “First Salary- ₹ 1500 Age- 16, Selling petro cards at gas stations.” Check out the tweet here- First Salary- ₹ 1500 Age- 16 Selling petro cards at gas stations. https://t.co/ncJS45x0Of — Pulkit Samrat (@PulkitSamrat) November 18, 2020 Indian film director and producer, Anubhav Sinha earned only Rs 80 with his first job and now he has given us films like Mulk, Thappad, and Article 15. First Salary- Rs 80 Age-18 Arithmetic tuition to a class 7 student to earn for my smoking in the Engg college. https://t.co/SmxrV3E2Xf — Anubhav Sinha (@anubhavsinha) November 18, 2020 Actress Sayani Gupta also shared that she was in Sales and Marketing while her first salary was Rs 12,500. First Salary- Rs 12,500/- Age 21 Marketing and Sales Executive in a Publishing House/Infrastructure Research Firm. https://t.co/cwr1BDs5bi — Sayani Gupta (@sayanigupta) November 18, 2020 Ali Fazal who won our hearts by playing the role of Guddu Pandit in Mirzapur revealed that he worked at a call center to pay his college fees. First salary - 8000/- Age - 19 Call centre during college to fund college fee. https://t.co/z2julqM576 — Ali Fazal M / میر علی فضل / अली (@alifazal9) November 18, 2020 DJ Paroma took to Twitter revealing her first salary was Rs.30,000 when she was 18years. She wrote, “As a Cabin crew, which then grew to about a lac a month and then dropped to Rs.4,000 at the age of 23 when I started my career as a DJ.” First Salary - Rs.30,000 Age - 18 As a Cabin crew, which then grew to about a lac a month and then dropped to Rs.4,000 at the age of 23 when I started my career as a DJ https://t.co/CEA0dgjQvB — PAROMA CHATTERJEE (@DjParoma) November 18, 2020 Actress Nimrat Kaur also took to Twitter and said that she was a part of a music skit where she earned Rs 10,000 as her first salary. First Salary : 10,000/- Age : 17 Musical skit for a car launch at the Auto Expo Delhi used to open my first bank account. https://t.co/k3Kerh34KF — Nimrat Kaur (@NimratOfficial) November 18, 2020 Actor Sharad Kelkar revealed that he earned Rs 2500 bucks as a gym instructor. First salary - Rs. 2500 "Age - 18" Gym instructor — Sharad Kelkar (@SharadK7) November 18, 2020 Recently, Indian film director, Hansal Mehta who is the director of Scam 1992, Citylights, Omerta, and Chhalaang revealed that he was a salesperson when he was 16 years old and earned Rs 450. First salary- Rs.450pm Age-16 Salesperson at Intershoppe Kemp's Corner selling Fu's jeans and casual wear to earn money for my junior college wardrobe. https://t.co/TYiJi9dQPR — Hansal Mehta (@mehtahansal) November 18, 2020Do you want to share the memories of your first salary with us? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  5. Diwali celebrations are incomplete without Bollywood dance numbers. Festive parties mean grooving to the beats of these popular songs that make us feel connected to each other, no matter which part of the world we are in. Now be it Bole Chudiyaan or Gallan Goodiyaan, we all love dancing to these popular Bollywood songs, no matter what the occasion. But turns out, it’s not only Indians who are enjoying the desi songs. Recently, a group of police officers from New Zealand performed a dance number for their Diwali Celebration. The cops, who can be seen dressed in uniform, danced to the beats of the songs ‘Ladki Kar Gayi Chul’ and ‘Kaala Chashma’. The audience present there thoroughly enjoyed the show and couldn’t stop applauding the cops for their extraordinary performance. Checkout the full video here: #Diwali New Zealand police officers celebrating Diwali at Wellington Police Academy. Lovely!! #HappyDiwali@nzpolice @IndiainNZ @NZinIndia@MukteshPardeshi @BhavDhillonnz @NZPoliceMedia pic.twitter.com/FeoRJ4N59T — Geeta Mohan گیتا موہن गीता मोहन (@Geeta_Mohan) November 18, 2020 In the video, we can see the cops nailing the hook step of the song ‘Kaala Chashma’ and performing the whole song with perfection. The video has already gone viral and has over 56.7K views and counting. Here’s what people on the internet have to say about the amazing dance performance- Wow. Amazing — Atheisticમનુ (@MCmanishShady) November 18, 2020Woww it's so cool — Ankit suthar (@ankitsuthar32) November 19, 2020Woww it's so cool — Ankit suthar (@ankitsuthar32) November 19, 2020Thank you, lots of love from india — Deepak Yadav (@DeepakY09676464) November 19, 2020Thank you very much, New Zealand Police, you celebrated our festival Deepawali with so much pomp. — ravindra kumar ( Dhoni) (@tPi2nXMA6qgnJaY) November 19, 2020Wonderful — ️️1️⃣ (@DrPavanDHFM) November 19, 2020So basically everyone in New Zealand is as calm and cool as Kane Williamson — Yash. (@Datascientist3_) November 19, 2020They all danced just so well!!! Full on desi vibes. No discomfort or anything. — Ankit (@ap141994) November 18, 2020Isn’t the performance just awesome? Truly, when it comes to groovy Bollywood dance songs, you don't even need to understand the words to just bop along and have fun. After all, music has no language barriers. View the full article
  6. NCOC to recommend cutting short summer break in 2021 to compensate for early and extended winter vacations this year
  7. Ah, the second boycott trend of the day, now that's a little unexpected. Usually, people keep it to just once every day. After Bingo faced the music for apparently 'mocking' Sushant Singh Rajput, it was time for another food-related company to face the Boycott trend on Twitter. It all started with actress Swara Bhaskar tweeting to Zomato asking why they're advertising on Republic TV and it started a Twitter storm. © Lorne Michaels Productions Soon after, thousands of people came together to threaten a boycott and well, it did happen just a while after that. Lo ⁦@zomatocare⁩ deleted your app ab paisa kamaogai nai to add kaha sai doge by the way I was also a regular customer #boycottzomato pic.twitter.com/p37rb6LlEp — poison (@R37435351) November 19, 2020 Wow. We are looking into it sounds like u r from govt Central agencies AUKAAT bhul gye ho kya ? As if @zomatoin have only one customer to satisfy ? #boycottzomato #RepublicRoar4SSR https://t.co/sWTyzy7Sz1 — Nitika Singh🦋 (@itsNitikaSingh) November 19, 2020 Uhh. YOUR TIME IS UP ZOMATO. UNINSTALLED. WE Stand with Arnab Goswami & @Republic_Bharat#Zomato #boycottzomato #SwaraBhasker pic.twitter.com/C930897yhg — Mukesh Khanna (@itsMukeshKhanna) November 19, 2020 Shots fired. Irony is this 2 rupees sanghi IT cell trolls r trending #boycottzomato while der masters r eating pizza which was orderd from @zomato Wahh modi ji wahh#No1_dubakoor_Modi #एससी_एसटी_एक्ट_लागू_करो #Inshallah pic.twitter.com/jZSjLyjq2J — Lone Wolf (@Syed_afnan3) November 19, 2020 There's an ultimatum. You choose Suar-a-Bas-kar, we choose @swiggy_in You choose @republic, we choose @zomatoin RT & reply with the HT if u agree#RepublicRoar4SSR #boycottzomato https://t.co/01zJK8hAsY — 🅺🆁🅸🆂🅷🅽 (@krishnajindal07) November 19, 2020 Hmm. Its time to #BoycottZomato now. Bcz we Luv and Support Arnab Sir @Republic_Bharat @republic not that su-wara Good By @zomatoin @zomato@zomatocare Uninstalled u !! — ShErNi (@luvMySelf_07) November 18, 2020 Very strongly. I was ur daily customer @zomatoin But now im not gonna order anything from U. Bcz i luv amd respect Arnab Sir And his whole team. We stand by @republic Very Strongly Go to hell now @zomatocare@zomato#NoRepublicNoZomato#boycottzomato — ShErNi (@luvMySelf_07) November 18, 2020 People are tiring. Hello @zomatoin ..how are you doing ?? U must be regretting now for responding to Ghatiya aurat @ReallySwara. You chose a path of self destruction by your act. Now u see how people are responding. It will definitely cost you an arm and a leg done in this case. https://t.co/U0TenpQnJC — Bharath Shetty (@BKShetty112) November 19, 2020 So many threats. Swiggy over zomato i choose now! Now zomato you choose Swara or public ?#boycottzomato — 𝓟𝓾𝓻𝓿𝓲 𝓢𝓱𝓪𝓻𝓶𝓪 (@PurviSharmaa12) November 18, 2020 View the full article
  8. Even with a global pandemic taking over literally every single person's life, this year has truly been the year of boycotts, at least, here in India. From companies to movies, to actually the entire Bollywood industry, we've seen an attempt to boycott possibly everything on Twitter. And, with everything going on, and every small detail being scrutinized by the public, there is no tolerance left. Scratch that, misogyny and sexism will always be tolerated here, but that's beside the point. © Fox Star Studios What I'm trying to say is that so many movies have been boycotted for pretty minor things as well, and looking back at Bollywood movies over the years, it's hard to believe that they were not only released but also went on to become huge hits. There are a few movies, in my opinion, that would have just been a boycott hashtag if they were to release this year, and that's a fact. So, here's a few of them: 1. Rang De Basanti © Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra Pictures First strike, Aamir Khan. Second strike, questioning the government and politicians. We all know that this fictional movie would have been taken personally by a lot of people and they would have assumed it was a shot at the government. We all know this movie's trailer would have had a million dislikes on YouTube by certain followers. © Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra Pictures While this movie is a classic, the only genuine problem it has was showcasing the 'white saviour complex' but that wasn't a problem for people then, and it wouldn't have been today as well. 2. Nayak © Sri Surya Movies Again, a fictional movie that some people would think hits way too close for comfort and they would end up unleashing their wrath on it. Even though Amrish Puri's character was obviously not based on a real person, people would get offended because if the shoe fits, it fits. © Sri Surya Movies 3. OMG: Oh My God © Grazing Goat Pictures Suing God? In this economy? Even Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal wouldn't have been able to save this movie in 2020. © Grazing Goat Pictures The movie would've trended with a boycott hashtag for 'hurting religious sentiments'. People would've questioned 'why only Hindus are targeted?' I can guarantee this movie would have been ripped to shreds considering today's environment. 4. Veer Zaara © Yash Raj Films An iconic Bollywood love story or 'love jihad'? Depends on the year you watch it. Honestly, I don't even have to say much more about it, it really ends with this. © Yash Raj Films 5. Gadar: Ek Prem Katha © Zee Telefilms Same story, different movie. Again, this would've been considered 'love jihad' and no amount of handpumps ripped out of the ground by Sunny Deol would've changed that. © Zee Telefilms But, I can see this movie may be getting a free pass because of the fiery 'Hindustan zindabad tha, zindabad hai aur zindabad rahega' dialogue. View the full article
  9. Both Kendall and Hailey rocked face masks to protect themselves against the ongoing pandemic.
  10. Dogs are the best and most of us can say that without a doubt. Recently, an owner of a one-year-old golden retriever was astonished when they found that their pet had walked over 100kms in fourteen days to return back home. The owner had put the dog at a friend’s house due to the renovation work that was going on at their home. This happened with the dog owners who reside in eastern China’s Qidong city and a dog named Ping An (Safe and Sound) was dropped safely at his temporary owner's house. © Unsplash Golden However, after some days the family of the dog was grief-stricken and extremely heartbroken as Ping An had run away from their friend's house and had gone missing. But, Ping An’s owner had no clue that he had embarked on a solo trip back home to get back with his actual family. The adorable dog walked for 14 days to reach his home. When he reached the city, a group of people spotted him outside an office and took care of the wounded and malnourished dog. © Unsplash Golden To find out the owners of the dog, the group of people shared a picture of the dog on the Chinese messaging app called WeChat. The post got viral and Ping An’s owners were found within a day. They were soon reunited and owners came to pick up the dog from the company’s site. Also, now Ping An’s owners have decided to never send him away ever again. © Unsplash Golden The dog is now regularly taken to the vet and is getting treated. Aren’t dogs the best? View the full article
  11. On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your awareness of the privileges you enjoy? Because let’s face it, our generation is so sold on the ‘face value’ of things, we have been completely ignorant towards the real things that matter. For instance, taking care of our surroundings and doing the bare minimum expected of educated, civilised people to protect the environment that rests at the very root of our existence. But unfortunately, that seems like a lot to ask for because time and again we prove that we really ‘don’t give a sh*t’. © Pexels Pretty much like the two youngsters who were forced to travel 80km to Coorg (Kodagu) so that they could own up to their misplaced sense of entitlement and clean up the garbage they had thrown out of their car while travelling through the highway. Here’s what happened. The General Secretary of Kodagu Tourism Association was travelling on the highway when he found some pizza boxes conveniently discarded on the side of the road. On checking, he chanced upon the bill inside one of the boxes, which carried the contact details of the person who had made the order. The General Secretary called on the number and requested the person to return to the spot and clean the litter. © Twitter/cabterburycc However, the person on the phone simply apologised but refused to do the needful citing he had crossed Coorg already. It was then that the defaulter’s number was shared with the local police as well as uploaded on social media. After receiving a number of calls, the youngsters were ‘forced’ to turn around and drive back 80km to come pick up the boxes. Serves them right, and Twitteratis agree too. These are urban fellows going on weekend joy rides to pristine places and wrecking them too. Good this shaming worked. Civic sense is zero in the urban so called educated fellows who can pay 500 rupees for a pizza but have no sense to dispose of their own trash properly. — Lalita Pulavarti (@Lalita_Pulavart) November 2, 2020Awesome... These kind of strict enforcements will raise the needed awareness. People who create such mess and are just bothered about themselves and do not care for a better society. — Ranganath Sadasiva (@rangu_s) November 2, 2020good job guys, its a sense of pride one should hold to his responsibilites & take care of mother nature not just disturb or throw things !!! — Sreekanth (@Shreikrvce) November 2, 2020Brilliant! — Nishant Nair (@imNishantPNair) November 2, 2020 People want similar measures to be implemented elsewhere too. Seriously?? Finally, someone tell them to do the same to the idiots in Bangalore. — Truth Liberates (సత్యమేవ ముక్తి: ) (@dtruthliberates) November 3, 2020Authorities should look on the Aghara lake surrounding Roads in Bangalore ... u will find many such packages, chicken waste , rotten vegetables, especially garbage thrown by hawkers and small-time vendors... people will just dump and drive in flash of the moment . — hydsafrun (@hydsafrun) November 3, 2020Do this for everybody and keep bins everywhere and follow strictly. Then it is worth. Just catching a few and removing vengeance and then leaving the other places dirty is no use — suresh (@suresh90488447) November 2, 2020 What are your thoughts on the matter? View the full article
  12. ‘No Shave November’ is back at the crease once again. We’re sure many of you have decided to ‘participate’ this year and have found another reason (read: excuse) to continue looking like the totally different (read: dishevelled) version of yourselves, thanks to the lockdown and working from home. © Unsplash However, there are also others who are truly looking forward to their newly-earned, full face of stubble, or wackily (over)grown beards at the end of this month. © Unsplash Something guys consider it to be a matter of immense pride and worth showing off on social media. The goal of No-Shave November is to grow awareness by embracing our hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting it grow wild and free. A unique way to Grow Cancer Awareness. Put down your razor and join the fun! #NoShaveNovember#GameOfMenBegins#CancerAwareness pic.twitter.com/7CFin7xJI0 — Gautam Anand (@GautamAnand6) November 1, 2020 For the uninitiated, #NoShaveNovember isn’t just a social media hashtag. The campaign was first started in 2004 by the Movember Foundation with an aim to raise awareness about prostate and testicular cancer amongst men. The idea is to not shave their facial hair and donate the money saved from barbershop visits and shaving tools to charity. And now that we have officially hit November, people have decided to flagged off this year’s #NoShaveNovember challenge on Twitter with several memes and reactions. Check out some tweets on #NoShaveNovember: Sorry guys My #NoShaveNovember started in March itself pic.twitter.com/k7ndM8X60u — Ankur Verma (@AnkurVerma146) November 1, 2020#NoShaveNovember exists** Meanwhile guys who can't grow beard pic.twitter.com/prcjG60Ov4 — Nishtha ‍⚕️ (@TheToothDoc_) November 1, 2020Everyone is busy with #NoShaveNovember And I here with 4 hair on chin: pic.twitter.com/GrPiJx20AN — Anirudh Singh (@ashleeel_memer) November 1, 2020Boys on 1 NOV. Vs 30 NOV #NoShaveNovember #NoNutNovember pic.twitter.com/4s7QtLMXea — Devansh 🇮🇳 (@thedevanshkumar) November 1, 2020Every barber right now to this trend #NoShaveNovember pic.twitter.com/54X3rOcf9e — Chandra prakash (@Chandraca18) November 1, 2020#NoShaveNovember Pic 1 : Guys in November Pic 2 : Guys in December pic.twitter.com/gGeDWHLuep — imravikumar (@imrichie13) November 1, 2020#NoShaveNovember Dad - Beta Dadhi or Baal katwa lo. Me - Katwa lenge Papa Dad - Kab? Me - pic.twitter.com/JOvWMP4kpm — wohi_lambi_dadhi_wala_ladka (@rajdobriyal007) November 1, 2020#NoNutNovember#NoShaveNovember Me: Bhai No Shave November ? Friend: Pakka Bhai Me: No Nut November ?? Friend: pic.twitter.com/N2BqnkpEqa — Shivam (@wtfshivam) November 1, 2020#NoShaveNovember trending Guys who don't have Beard pic.twitter.com/5kqIdQBPu7 — pun.dit12meme पंडितमिम (@pundit12meme) November 1, 2020*No Nut November is ON* Me :#NoNutNovember #November #NNN #NoShaveNovember pic.twitter.com/OU6r8DQHzZ — Imposter (@mohammadasim039) November 1, 2020Relatable much? View the full article
  13. Maniesh Paul and his saga of wearing some zany sneakers to the airport is never-ending. For the uninitiated, our very own super-popular anchor is a massive sneakerhead, who has persistently given us a peek at some of his best off-beat sneakers, some of which we can't even fathom, for example, his Nike Kyrie 6 and a pair of mismatched sneakers. © Viral Bhayani The man has also pushed the sartorial envelope, not just with his sneakers, but also his outfits. From wearing a space-inspired hoodie to making a jaw-dropping statement with his accessory game, Maniesh has dropped some serious style moments and has inspired us from time to time. © Viral Bhayani So, this time when he was seen at the airport, wearing the same Nike Kyrie sneakers, our attention went straight to his outfit, rather than the sneakers. The joggers that Maniesh wore looked like a quirky addition and we couldn't help but notice it. Take a look at the details of his outfit: © NBA Store First, let's talk about his hoodie. Maniesh is wearing a green hoodie called, Youth Boston Celtics Nike Kelly Green Spotlight Performance Hoodie. The hoodie is available on the official NBA store. As for the details, this hoodie is made with Dri-fit technology, that wicks away moisture. The fleece lining and the midweight of the hoodie can be worn for moderate temperatures. The front pouch pocket adds to the comfort level. Overall, this is a functional style at its best. © Superdry Sport Coming to his joggers, Maniesh has coupled it with Superdry Sport's Camo International Joggers. These joggers are perfect for lounging and leisure, as they feature an elasticated drawstring waistband and ribbed cuffs, with front pockets and one back pocket. These slim-fit joggers are probably the best choice to wear in flights as the comfort level is unmatched. © Superdry Sport As for its price, these joggers aren't very expensive. While on the official website, you'll find them for Rs 7,300, they are currently available on several e-commerce websites for as low as Rs 3,000. Talking about striking a balance between comfort and fashion, we must say this one is a good choice. © Viral Bhayani We also like his choice of accessories, for example, his black wayfarers and mask are pretty impressive. Add to that, his fanny pack from Gucci and backpack ties really well with his outfit. His sneakers, here, don't need much of an explanation. Given that he is a big sneakerhead himself, a pair with an unusual silhouette was pretty much expected. © Viral Bhayani Basically, Maniesh's sense of style leaves no stone unturned, which only makes us talk about his bold fashion choices more and more. View the full article
  14. George Clooney and Amal Clooney reportedly told wedding guests they didn't know Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at their wedding
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