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  1. Twelve hours in debate, three years of buildup and one shredded document - the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB), 2019, was passed in the Lok Sabha at midnight, as the world celebrates Human Rights Day on December 10. Needless to say, the new law almost instantly sent the country into an uproar across social media. Shortly after leaving the Parliament, BJP stalwarts Amit Shah and Narendra Modi congratulated each other on achieving the long-standing party goal. Thank you honourable PM @narendramodi ji. You are an inspiration and under your leadership we all strive harder each day to build a #NewIndia for our future generations. https://t.co/TZlR3QuUEL — Amit Shah (@AmitShah) December 9, 2019 Several party supporters joined in to support the duo - who have been on a hot streak of sweeping legislative movements through their 2019 terms. Triple Talaq - Done Article 370 and 35A - Done Ram Mandir - Done CAB - Done in Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha next NRC - Next then UCC Coming All the mistakes done by one family in India is being corrected by @narendramodi Ji & @AmitShah ji .... but Hindus worried about ONIONS — Saffron Soul 2.0 ð®ð³ ð© (@SaffronS0ul) December 9, 2019 Hats off to #MotaBhai speaking since hours and giving his job more than 100%, at this age. I mean what a heroð #CABBill — kajal vador (@kajalvador) December 9, 2019 Meanwhile, opposition supporters vehemently argued against the act - both in Parliament and after the session was concluded. While the BJP argues that the CAB aims to support religiously persecuted minorities in neighbouring countries, the list - which mentions Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, Jains, Parsis and Christians - clearly excludes Muslims. With India having the world's largest Muslim population (over 20 crore), several people shared anger and resentment against the bill's passing. BJP: "Don't complain about lynching of Muslims in India. Go to Pakistan and see how Shias, Ahmedis and Balochs are being killed." Also BJP: "How can Muslims be persecuted in a Muslim nation? It's implausible. Citizenship only for non-Muslims." ð¤ð#IndiaRejectsCAB — Shehla Rashid (@Shehla_Rashid) December 6, 2019 Deeply ashamed that Edapadi Palanisamy represents my state and our people. Supporting the #CAB shows his true colours, his lack of integrity and his desperate need to remain powerful at any cost. You will all be held accountable. Enjoy your temp power till then. #IndiaRejectsCAB — Siddharth (@Actor_Siddharth) December 9, 2019 All of this has occurred against the backdrop of massive protests erupting in states such as Assam, where indigenous populations fear that the bill - along with looming NRC revisions - will result in their language and culture being eclipsed. #BREAKING Students from Gauhati University Cotton University JB law college GU staff Gu law college Silpi Samaj Assam Engineering College takes out a huge rally in protest against the #CitizenshipAmendmentBill2019 in Jalukbari, Assam#IndiaRejectsCAB#IndiaAgainstCAB pic.twitter.com/ZXNwLqLQHP — Siddharth Setia (@ethicalsid) December 9, 2019 The Indian state of #Assam shuts down today to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Bill (#CAB) amid tight security in Guwahati. #IndiaRejectsCAB pic.twitter.com/WovdCheo8z — Ahmer Khan (@ahmermkhan) December 10, 2019 Others simply argued that the government is drawing away attention from more immediate matters. Biggest problems faced by Indians today : unemployment, air pollution & water scarcity, state of public education and health, women's safety, rising income inequality, sinking economy, state of farmers, state of banks, corruption BJP's priority : CAB, NRC#IndiaRejectsCAB — Official PeeingHuman (@thepeeinghuman) December 9, 2019 While Indian economy is moving with 0% rate and the actual GDP is below 2.5%, the government wants to introduce NRC that would swallow of billions of dollars with no significant results. The state of Assam is a perfect example. #IndiaRejectsNRC#CABAgainstConstitution — Dr Yasir Nadeem (@Mufti_Yasir) December 5, 2019 Either way you look at it, the bill has split clear lines between its supporters and detractors. View the full article
  2. While we lay emphasis on working hard and achieving all the good things in life, we often forget to check within ourselves to see if we're okay, every once in a while. We take our mental health for granted and set standards that are sometimes a little too low for our mental health to flourish. But in actuality, the most important thing to look out for, in today's day and age, is our own mental health because if we lack the mental stamina then nothing in life is possible to pull off. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, mental health includes, "our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices." © Thinkstock/Getty images So, for us to acknowledge it even more and give it the due importance it really needs, it's important to talk about everything that falls into the mental health bracket and talk it out loud. There are certain platforms laid out for people who're going through issues on mental health and it's time to start a dialogue about the same in society, so that others who think it to be a taboo still, come out and talk about it openly, knowing it's the only way to seek help from it. People on Twitter have really understood the ground reality of mental health through stress, depression, anxiety and/or any other mental illness and have started a conversation under the hashtag #MyMentalHealthInThreeWords. If you go on Twitter, you will see people from across the world describing their mental state of being in merely three words, projecting that it's important to talk about how're you're feeling at any given time, and through any platform available. The hashtag opened up a completely different wavelength for a conversation online and many took to Twitter to express their mental state of being in just three words. Check out the posts here SO FUCKING TIRED #MyMentalHealthIn3Words pic.twitter.com/E9BUBaCglP — Areeya (@bombonbeso) December 2, 2019 ðððð you ok? — k4te ð¦ (@k4te891) December 2, 2019 hmm maybe i just need a hug? — Areeya (@bombonbeso) December 2, 2019 Give time to urself. You will relaxed. Things work by its own. — Akshay Chauhan (@AkshayVChauhan) December 2, 2019 #MyMentalHealthIn3Words I'm trying, dammit. — PushingUpRoses ð¦ (@PushinUpRoses) December 2, 2019 #MyMentalHealthIn3Words "I'm not okay" "But that's okay" pic.twitter.com/uG6NFpHYy4 — Lowkie â¨ð¥ (@lowkie4_20) December 2, 2019 Struggling Striving Surviving #MyMentalHealthIn3Words — Javeria (@javzirks) December 2, 2019 #MyMentalHealthIn3Words Sleep, Eat, Repeat. — ðºð®ð¿ð¶ð²ð¹ðð»ð» â¾ (@marieIynn) December 2, 2019 All negative thoughts (movie Quote) #MyMentalHealthIn3Words pic.twitter.com/FUlcGU4nFs — Go Funko Yourself INSanely (@INSaneNFunko) December 2, 2019 #MyMentalHealthIn3Words Working on it. — ð ÊÆ¡ÆÆ᧠åµñ† êêêê£ê¬ (@stephaknee__) December 2, 2019 Depression is real#MyMentalHealthIn3Words pic.twitter.com/243k9ocD6I — Master pieceð (@therealxolo) December 2, 2019 Smiling through pain #MyMentalHealthIn3Words pic.twitter.com/6yReushbH1 — Vishal Verma (@vishal_verma13) December 2, 2019 #MyMentalHealthIn3Words Emotional roller coaster pic.twitter.com/A41wbU7nXY — ð» Muna ð» (@GhostMuna) December 2, 2019 Some folks wrote three words on the negative effects of mental health not being in the right place. From talking about depression to struggling and surviving each day, everyone shared their two bits on what mental health actually meant to them. The others, though, gave out more positive words and notes from their experiences on the topic, talking about what helped them recover faster. Here, take a look: Thankful every day #MyMentalHealthIn3Words — Robyn ð¥ð¤ (@rawbeancoal) December 2, 2019 Yes You Can â¤ï¸#MyMentalHealthIn3Words pic.twitter.com/0o4t1wB47R — Azan Usfzai (@AzanUsfzai) December 2, 2019 Music relaxes me #MyMentalHealthIn3Words pic.twitter.com/jMuqkqEE2O — ð brigittalia ð (@brigittalia_VIP) December 3, 2019 #MyMentalHealthIn3Words Twitter surprisingly helps. — J. Beardsley Esquire (@j4yyftw) December 2, 2019 Meditation Nature Love #MyMentalHealthIn3Words pic.twitter.com/f9gUscMkNJ — Izabella Niewiadomska â¤ï¸ (@NutritiousMind) December 2, 2019 Keep fucking going #MyMentalHealthIn3Words pic.twitter.com/8sPBXPGisO — ð¦ Georgie ð¦ (@georgiewinds) December 2, 2019 #MyMentalHealthIn3Words I will survive 𪠗 ðð¡Fletchiz Navidad!âð (@Darth_Pingu) December 2, 2019 My psychiatrist helps. #MyMentalHealthIn3Words pic.twitter.com/dXLnfzWzFi — Pilzo (@Pilzo3) December 2, 2019 #MyMentalHealthIn3Words Dog saved me! pic.twitter.com/hTaZRMjNRF — Poochy (@poetpooch) December 2, 2019 Sometimes a collective voice can make a huge difference just for the sheer support it can gather through its momentum and that's exactly what people on Twitter are trying to do in the mental health space online. Initiating tweets which give courage, support, platform for similar state of minds and recovery solutions through one hashtag, really make a huge difference. So, the next time you feel you need to talk to someone or just feel like emoting what you feel, either turn to someone you trust and talk about it, or look for that support online, where you will surely get it! View the full article
  3. The directorial debut of Australiaâs Anthony Maras, Hotel Mumbai revisits the deadly 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, which killed 166 people and lasted four days. The film is majorly set inside The Taj Mahal Palace in Colaba and the audience gets to see the chilling goings-on inside the hotel and how its staff managed to save the guests from the terrorists. Anupam Kher plays Chef Hemant Oberoi, who showed extraordinary courage during the 2008 attacks and the movie is told from his perspective. The film has already has hit the screens and people on Twitter have been appreciating the movie for its raw and powerful content. #HotelMumbai is well shot & directed, covers the horrific event of 26/11 attacks at Taj & gives us an insight of the events from the other side. The film's major drawback are the characters, there is no depth, no dimensions & often falls into the trap of cliches. Average Watch. â amit dadhich (@amit12354) November 29, 2019  Well, when you already know the course of events because the movie is following the real story, itâs hard to keep the audience hooked to the narrative, however, it seems that Hotel Mumbai has overcome that hurdle and has managed to keep people on the edge-of-the-seat with its gripping detail. People are recommending the movie as a promising watch, even though it's a gut-wrenching tale. #HotelMumbai shws how ordinary ppl emerge as extraordinary humans, displaying exemplary courage. @AnupamPKher is remarkable, #DevPatel stands out @armiehammer @NazaninBoniadi translate the fear & agony of th horrific 26/11 terror attack. My #TOI #MovieReview #HotelMumbaiReview pic.twitter.com/tFXJNM09Pt â sreeparna sengupta (@sreeparnas) November 28, 2019I have watched it during US release in April / May this year. Indeed a very important film and must watch! #HotelMumbai â Dr. Abhishek Jain (@drabhishekjain) November 29, 2019.#HotelMumbai is a gut-wrenching film. It sends a chill down ur spine bringing back the horrific memories of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack. @AnupamPKher #DevPatel empathetically showcase the selfless acts of the hotel staff who saved their guests. A truthful film and a must-watch. â Monika Rawal (@monikarawal) November 25, 2019Terrifying #HotelMumbai â Ghost (@Its_SSRajput_) November 29, 2019 Talking about the movie, director Maras said in an interview, âThe film is thoroughly researched and most of the accounts shown in the film happened for real. Weâve had to amalgamate several characters into one and that was primarily done to respect the privacy of some of the people we had interviewed. These were people who were more than cooperative to share their accounts but didnât want their names to be used. We changed the names of several key characters, but the accounts are real.â Hereâs the trailer of the movie:  Planning to watch it over the weekend? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  4. On Sunday, a tweet by a US man paved the way for the never-ending debate on Twitter about how delectable our desi food is. Well, a US professor and academic specialist on international affairs, Tom Nichols, came across a tweet that asked people to share their “most controversial food opinion”. In response to that, he wrote, “Indian food is terrible and we pretend it isn't.'' Little did professor know that his unabashed tweet about his dislike for Indian food will garner a flood of angry comments, and sarcastic replies from desi food connoisseurs. Indian food is terrible and we pretend it isn't. https://t.co/NGOUtRUCUN — Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) November 23, 2019 People on Twitter are now telling this Prof. that he is wrong, and interestingly, it's not just desi people on the internet but fans of Indian cuisine from across the globe stand in solidarity to tell this man, “You are wrong!” I agree if you have grown up in a universe of cornflakes for breakfast, bland meat with a few veggies thrown in for lunch and dinner, & an occasional tasteless pizza; with salt n pepper being the only notable 'spices'. — Halwa-e-Hind (@e_halwa) November 24, 2019 My like of your reply is the universal answer tho. No one else like this reply. pic.twitter.com/cg91Y67yu9 — The Dandalorian™ï¸ (@dandeckr) November 23, 2019 To honour your perception, please refer to the image and continue to eat whatever you have been eating till now. PS: Try having an Indian friend who could invite you over for dinner and taste the 'authentic' Indian food (not that stupid cheese naan and butter chicken) pic.twitter.com/M3Vd9QsFp0 — Kriti S (@kritish2007) November 24, 2019 WTFFFFFFFF?????? Honestly I could eat for the rest of my life. You must be used to undercooked boiled chicken. — Biden can't see Black Women 5 feet away from him (@ReginaA1981) November 25, 2019 Have you not tried the lunch buffet? So many delish choices! And the Nan bread...omg! I took a Peruvian friend to an Indian buffet, in Munich. He went back for thirds. Lol! ð pic.twitter.com/lQZk8hiih6 — ððð½ðChristine (@MindFeast622) November 24, 2019 Don't know what he had...but for certain he will miss some of the best cuisine in the worlds. But then your buds have to also evolve beyond fish and chips. pic.twitter.com/M6M5QNNAwH — Harbans Singh Jai Shri Ram (@brfharbans) November 24, 2019 Some people are so mistaken and pretend they aren't. — Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) November 24, 2019 In response to the controversial tweet, one user wrote, "You have possibly never tasted such a spectrum of taste, aromas & spices in the US. Invite you to india to be our guest,” (sic). However, the Prof. later claimed that he had only tried Indian food from the restaurants in the UK and US. Wait, does that even count? I am sure I will have a delightful time, but I am less sure that my aging palate can change its mind. With that said, the only Indian food I've ever had is in restaurants in the US and UK. — Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) November 24, 2019 Unfazed by the criticism, Nichols stood strong in his ground and in one of his follow-up tweets, he wrote, “The only two foods that I don't eat: Ethiopian and Indian. I'm pretty open about the rest of it.” Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. View the full article
  5. WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump launched an extraordinary Twitter attack on a former US ambassador to Ukraine on Friday as she testified to an impeachment hearing in Congress, a move she called ?very intimidating.?Marie Yovanovitch, a career...
  6. Arguably one of the greatest captains of England, Michael Vaughan, long after retirement, continues to garner great public interest over his insightful match analysis and unmatched knowledge of the gentleman's game. But, every now and then, the former England cricketer's brutally honest comments often draw criticism for fans. And, lately, Vaughan seems to have found a way to ruffle the feathers of Indian cricket fans. His comments on Indian pitches during the Test series against South Africa drew the ire of cricket fans in the country. And, on 14th November, Vaughan's tweet on the Indore pitch, where India and Bangladesh are currently playing the 1st Test, once again had the social media buzzing. This Test Match pitch in India is a belter .... #Justsaying #INDvBAN — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) November 14, 2019 Taking to Twitter, Vaughan gave his opinion about the Indore pitch, calling it a "belter". "This Test Match pitch in India is a belter....#Justsaying #INDvBAN," he tweeted. Vaughan was probably lauding the ground staff for preparing a competitive, fast-bowling pitch at the Holkar Cricket Stadium which explains why Bangladesh were bundled out for a mere 150 runs as the seam-bowling trio of Mohammed Shami (3-27), Ishant Sharma (2-20) and Umesh Yadav (2-47) made merry in the first innings. Why because it's green and represents a seamer instead of a turner? Expand your mind Vaughn, not every wicket has to represent a white mans pitch.. diverse wickets make test cricket interesting @nikkrishnan #INDvBAN — Anks (@anks1606) November 14, 2019 But, despite Vaughan's intentions, an Indian fan thought the former England captain was being sarcastic while taking a dig at the country's fondness of preparing spin-friendly wickets. In response to Vaughan's tweet, the fan wrote: "Why because it's green and represents a seamer instead of a turner? Expand your mind Vaughn, not every wicket has to represent a white mans pitch.. diverse wickets make test cricket interesting". White mans pitch !!!!!!!! What a strange comment .... Do you not see the diverse nature of the England Cricket team these days !!??? #OnOn https://t.co/cuT67z22t1 — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) November 14, 2019 Not the one to back down from a fight, Vaughan wasted no time in scripting his response. "White mans pitch !!!!!!!! What a strange comment....Do you not see the diverse nature of the England Cricket team these days!!??? #OnOn," Vaughan responded. Have seen ur tweets re a particular type of wicket that apparently gives credence in the eyes of aussies and the English.. we Indians enjoy the green decks england and SA provide.. but also enjoy the dry turners we get in ind.. diversity is what makes test cricket great! Embrace — Anks (@anks1606) November 14, 2019 Vaughan's response further drew a retort from the Indian fan who explained his stance while urging the England great to embrace "dry turners" as much as the green surfaces in cricket. "Have seen ur tweets re a particular type of wicket that apparently gives credence in the eyes of aussies and the English.. we Indians enjoy the green decks england and SA provide.. but also enjoy the dry turners we get in ind.. diversity is what makes test cricket great! Embrace," the Indian fan tweeted back. The exchange between the two also sparked a great debate on social media. @MichaelVaughan ,don't argue with our 1.3 billion experts,u ought to lose — Moukthik susarla (@MoukthikS) November 14, 2019 Racism at its lowest point as the white race can't say anything about any race and must accept anything any other race says about us — Alan jones (@Alanjons7) November 14, 2019 White men is the mentality for 3rd world and developing countries like India. You guys think that what you do is how it is supposed to be done. Guess what we are not slaves any more. — Restoring India (@restoringindiaa) November 14, 2019 It's cricket, get a grip ðððð — Keren Disbury (@kegsthekopite) November 14, 2019 If it has been diverse how could England post such high scores in ODI's on a consistent basis barring a few odd ones post 2015 to 2019 WC?? #nonsense — Sultan Fheroz (@ifheroz) November 14, 2019 pic.twitter.com/NiFjkzvoj7 — dave (@dave_james_e) November 14, 2019 View the full article
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  8. The latest Weekend Ka Vaar episode of Bigg Boss 13, hosted by Salman Khan, has left many fans disappointed. Many people didn't like Salman supporting contestant Siddharth Shukla and scolding Mahira Sharma even when she was the one who fell on the ground during the task. Salman said in the weekly episode that everyone fights with Siddharth only to stay in the limelight. He also told Mahira that she shouldn't have gone near Siddharth during the task in which she got hurt. Later, Siddharth justified himself saying that he was just participating in the task and Mahira fell on her own. Well, this didn't go down well with fans on the social media. View this post on Instagram FOLLOW NOW- ðð @big_boss13_officials #shehnazgill #asimriaz#arhan #sidharthshukla #artisingh #rashmidesai #devolinabhatacharya #mahirasharma #paraschabra #shefalibagga #koenamitra #daljitkaur #abumalik #hindustanibhau #sidharthdey #shefalizariwala #arhankhan #tehseenpoonawalla #himanshikhurana #khesarilalyadav #salmankhan #bigboss #bigboss13 #bigbos #slowmotion #beingsalmankhan #salmankhansmile #salmankhanstyle #bigbossmemes A post shared by â®ï¸ BIG BOSE 13 OFFICIAL (@big_boss13_officials) on Nov 9, 2019 at 7:12pm PST Besides, the 53-year-old host also got angry with Mahira when she called Siddharth, 'mahaan' and asked her to stop her drama. It was as if Salman didn't think that Siddharth was at any fault at all. Pinpointing that Siddharth is the one running the show, Salman also said that all the people inside the house have a problem with the former and hence, keep fighting with him without any real reason. However, fans didn't agree with Salman this time and took to Twitter and criticised the show and Sallu bhai for being biased and supporting Siddharth's aggressive behavior. Check out some of the reactions here: Retweet this if u r agree #BiasedBB #biasedhostsalmankhan pic.twitter.com/6nJVGQIJZU — Amaya Sen (@SenAmaya) November 10, 2019 #biasedhostsalmankhan #BiasedBB #IStandByMahira Salman doesn't even allow strong opinionated women to explain and complete their side of stories. He only favours Shukla and Sana, never bashes them as much as he does to other HM's. pic.twitter.com/QiJD8flUYV — koena Mitra Army (@being_human2018) November 10, 2019 I don't give a shit who wins this show but Mahira deserves justice on national television before she comes out of that cheap show. #biasedhostsalmankhan#IStandByMahira — arbaaz khan (@_ronakk_) November 10, 2019 Wonder if it was Salman khan sister in place of mahira and if shukla would have thrown her in the air like he did with mahira I bet host reaction would've been different ð¥ That's what favouritism is all about don't play blind on realityð¥ #biasedhostsalmankhan #BiasedBB — ð£ððð â¡ââ¢âââ ððð¢ðð ð (@TeamRashmiStans) November 10, 2019 Come on guyz atleast a million.. Come on .....#biasedhostsalmankhan pic.twitter.com/GTus4Vbm1L — Jayakanodia (@jayakanodia) November 10, 2019 Even, Gauhar Khan, former Bigg Boss contestant took to Twitter and posted, “I'm shocked ! Im probably watching a different #biggboss ! aggression is justified by all means.” I'm shocked ! Im probably watching a different #biggboss ! aggression is justified by all means !! — Gauahar Khan (@GAUAHAR_KHAN) November 9, 2019 However, a few people did support Salman for defending Siddharth. "This is a game. If you can compete then only play. Everyone has their own limitations. I would never run against Usain Bolt when I know this will make fun of me. Don't make it 'Man and Woman' thing," wrote one user. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. View the full article
  9. Bollywood actor Sunny Deol crossed the border into Pakistan on Saturday via the Kartarpur Corridor, generating a lot of buzz on social media. On Saturday, Pakistan opened the four kilometer-long Kartarpur Corridor which houses the largest Gurdwara...
  10. Following a legal climax nearly three decades in the making, today marks a landmark day in Indian history, as the Supreme court finally passed a verdict on the longstanding Ayodhya case. Supreme Court orders that Central Govt within 3-4 months formulate scheme for setting up of trust and hand over the disputed site to it for construction of temple at the site and a suitable alternative plot of land measuring 5 acres at Ayodhya will be given to Sunni Wakf Board. pic.twitter.com/VgkYe1oUuN — ANI (@ANI) November 9, 2019 With thousands of messages flooding in from all over India, many have been hailing the verdict as a great outcome, with Prime Minister Modi calling it a victory for 'peace and togetherness' across the nation. The calm and peace maintained by 130 crore Indians in the run-up to today's verdict manifests India's inherent commitment to peaceful coexistence. May this very spirit of unity and togetherness power the development trajectory of our nation. May every Indian be empowered. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 9, 2019 While the Muslim side of the debate has expressed disappointment with the judgement, they have also been respectful of the Supreme Court's decision - urging fellow Muslims to do the same. On the other hand, many Indians, disinterested and tired of communal politics shared their own, somewhat frank point of view on the subject. Pic1. When you wake up and find its Ayodhya verdict day Pic 2. Don't care i m ATHEIST#AYODHYAVERDICT #AyodhyaHearing pic.twitter.com/5aTWXUIKnE — Aman Verma (@amanv2149) November 8, 2019 Regardless of political and religious divides, several Indians came together to discourage the same communal violence that has plagued the issue for so long - so much so that #HinduMuslimBhaiBhai began to spread like wildfire - even beyond #MandirWahiBanega. Two groups in India 1. #hindumuslimbhaibhai and 2. # MandirwahiBanega Hope the peace loving people win this contest of hastags. pic.twitter.com/g7sD4yAah1 — Meet Patel (@13meetpatel) November 9, 2019 No verdict can devide us, Muslims & Hindus will maintain that brotherhood forever. We are all proud Indians. And I'm feel... Proud to be an Indian Muslim. JAI HIND ð®ð³#AYODHYAVERDICT #hindumuslimbhaibhai pic.twitter.com/JT4GRZSlT8 — JISHAN (@iamsrkJishan_) November 9, 2019 Even as far as Tamil Nadu, Twitter fanpages took the message of unity forward. Both are human beings. We love each other. I love biriyani. You love curd rice. Thats all. Let's be together forever. #hindumuslimbhaibhai pic.twitter.com/x2mrmLvp8b — Rajinikanth Fan Page (@Rajini4Tamilnad) November 9, 2019 Several users also highlighted the efforts of 92 year old advocate K. Parasaran, who backed the Hindu side of the case. All Hindus should be Thankful to Advocate K Parsaran ,92 years Old who is Leading Counsel appearing for Ram Lalla Virajman who argued for Ram Mandir in SC. Dhanyavad Mahodaya ð#AYODHYAVERDICT #RamMandir #MandirwahiBanega pic.twitter.com/dkgmjbjJi1 — Chirag.cp ð®ð³ (@Chiragcp58) November 9, 2019 Despite all this communal positivity, it would be prudent to remember that while the landmark judgement is a sign of progress, such a major case still contains important details that need to be further ironed out, as senior journalist M. Narayanan pointed out. So what happens to the verdict on the illegal demolition of #BabriMasjid ? #AyodhyaJudgment — Madhavan Narayanan (@madversity) November 9, 2019 Stay tuned for the coming days as well - a legal team is currently studying the Supreme Court verdict, and we may expect further developments. View the full article
  11. Ayushmann Khuranna is one of the few good and most humble people in Bollywood, no one can even argue with that. He's like the whole package - a great actor doing incredible movies, and just a great wholesome person in general. Just by looking at him, you get the vibe that he's just a very nice guy who will never, ever behave like a 'celebrity' even though he's one of the top actors in the nation right now. It's been a while I haven't done a Twitter chat. Aaj mauka bhi hai aur dustoor bhi. #AskAyushmann — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Today, he decided to do an AMA on Twitter and asked people to tweet to him with the hashtag #AskAyushmann. The AMA is still very much going on while I'm writing this, but he's already replied to a bunch of people and his responses have proved once again why he's so deserving of the love he receives from everyone. From talking about everyone from SRK to Aamir Khan to his Brother Aparshakti, and even sharing some of his poetry, I can guarantee that it's the best thing on Twitter today. That's cute. I really want to. I'm an SRKian and in #bala I've given a tribute to him in my own sweet way. ð https://t.co/YkDGkdBuuT — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Wah wah! Sigh. That's a major part of my bucket list. Waqt mil jaaye toh Zindagi ji loonga thodi aur usi se lafz ban jaayenge.ð https://t.co/z34O2aIlmz — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Speaking of poetry. à¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾à¤¤ सॠसवाल à¤à¤¾ à¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾à¤¤ सा à¤à¤µà¤¾à¤¬ हॠà¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾à¤¤ सॠमà¥à¤°à¥ नà¥à¤à¤¦ मà¥à¤ à¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾à¤¤ सा à¤à¤ à¤à¤¼à¥à¤µà¤¾à¤¬ हॠà¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾à¤¤ सॠमहासाà¤à¤° मà¥à¤ à¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾à¤¤ सा हॠà¤à¤¬ हॠमà¥à¤°à¥ हà¥à¤¸à¤¿à¤¯à¤¤ à¤à¥à¤ भॠनहà¥à¤ à¤à¥à¤ à¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾à¤¤ हॠलाà¤à¤µà¤¾à¤¬ हà¥à¥¤ -à¤à¤¯à¥à¤·à¥à¤®à¤¾à¤¨ https://t.co/Z39Dugz0Y6 — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 What a great answer. Shukriya ansh. God has written a good script of my life I guess. #gratitude https://t.co/1NQpEbwEeo — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 This is my favourite tweet. Mummy pinniyaan bhejti hain Chandigarh se, usse taaqat mil jaati hai thodi. https://t.co/u0JWYAIVCk — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 What a great brother. He's a self made guy. Supremely talented. I'm his worst and the best critic. And he inspires me with his energy. Very proud of his journey. Best brother in the worldð https://t.co/wXi07MtD1m — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Come, we'll all give you a hug. No. I'm a hug person. ð¤ https://t.co/3Gg59iOCJE — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Self-love is the best love. #bala dekho. Khud see Pyaar Kar baithoge. Self love is everything. #AskAyushmann https://t.co/ZE3bve0mAH — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Two people who know how to choose a script. ððð I'm a huge fan of @aamir_khan sir's work and I'm always learning from him. He is one of the greatest icons of Indian cinema and he is a huge inspiration to me. I met him on the sets of dangal and was in awe of his simplicity and clarity of thought.ð https://t.co/3fHF6MZsCJ — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Aise hi. Aise hee likh diya. ð https://t.co/gMfIiCMx9b — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 What kind of secrets? That there are a lot of happy secrets inside . 𤭠https://t.co/XCt4iqyHYN — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Raghu, everyone's fav. I love all three. But @tweetfromRaghu has a very special place in my heart. ðð https://t.co/F3d9xjAAiM — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Why does that look like SRK on the cover? Currently I'm reading Lie With Me by Philippe Besson. https://t.co/xFy6oSO9tw pic.twitter.com/0ekvb4NbLs — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 That's a lot of time. #bala is the most challenging one. Took 2 and a half hours to get ready with prosthetics and shot in the north in the peak of summers. And secondly you need a lot of empathy to portray a complexed character. https://t.co/rEaV2FcfvY — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Go find it, bro. Yaar ek toh maine lehnga pata nahi kahaan rakh diya hai. https://t.co/M4vztWKfrF — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 Can't wait to watch. I hugged @amarkaushik and called Dinesh Vijan and told him that this script is a gold mine. #bala https://t.co/NkpSekgXfR — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) November 7, 2019 View the full article
  12. After Panipat's trailer hit the internet, comparisons were bound to happen. Considering that it's a larger than life movie, people compared the movie to Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat and Bajirao Mastani. Sanjay Dutt will be seen as Ahmad Shah Abdali in Panipat on the big screen, the main antagonist, which will remind you of Ranveer Singh's Alauddin Khilji in Padmaavat. There were a few people who hailed Ranveer being the best choice for the movie but then there were some who said Sanjay is far better than Ranveer as there are PR gimmicks involved. Check out a few reactions here: This is the real villian...No chichorapanti........baap of @ranveersingh khilji...#PanipatTrailer pic.twitter.com/DxhSk4Tlqp — Rahul (@RkKattar) November 5, 2019 Baba ð¥ð¥ð¥ @duttsanjay I remember how SLB glorified khilji and Ranveer played pr games to show Khilji as a lead Don't worry @RanveerOfficial Sanjay Dutt or saif(tanhaji) will not glorify or represent them as a lead hero of movie by visiting psychiatristð#PanipatTrailer pic.twitter.com/PRq6e5DJAT — RK (@kabiraRK) November 5, 2019 Didn't locked himself in the room No psychiatric treatment No self praising No comparison with heath ledger ð Abdali ka ghost bhi nahi dekha set peð 2 pics are enough to tell how overrated Khilji wasð Sanjay Dutt ð¥ >>> chichora#PanipatTrailer That's how you make impact pic.twitter.com/zR8yDuHXtV — RK (@kabiraRK) November 5, 2019 Yes very, very nice perfect excllent fantastic outstanding mind blowing #PanipatTrailer superb sanjaydutt sir he's his looking like real villain is too good great nice — Yasmink (@Yasmink26178206) November 5, 2019 While people are surely missing Ranveer, they agree that Sanjay Dutt is the one who justifies his character and will be the major reason for people to book the tickets for the movie. Directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, the film will depict the story behind Third Battle of Panipat, which was fought between the Maratha Empire and the King of Afghanistan, Ahmad Shah Abdali. Here's the trailer: Apart from Panipat, Sanjay Dutt's upcoming projects include Mahesh Bhatt's Sadak 2, which is the sequel to the actor's 1991 film by the same name. He will also be seen playing an important role in war film Bhuj: The Pride of India which is based on the Indo-Pak war of 1971. The actor plays a Gujarati villager, Ranchordas Savabhai Rabari Pagi, who was instrumental in India's victory against its neighbouring country. View the full article
  13. Bigg Boss 13 has been swimming in controversy since time immemorial and drama is never ending in the house. While Siddharth Shukla is humiliated by co-contestants on the show continuously, fans have been supporting him. © Viacom 18 Wednesday's episode showed Shukla being snubbed by contestants and fans didn't quite like it. The actor was supported by his fans and they have flooded social media with tweets after the episode ended. During the Bigg Boss Home Delivery task on Wednesday's episode, men were stationed in three small houses and were supposed to place food orders to the cooks which were the female contestants of the house. While the men needed maximum deliveries to win the task, the delivery girl could choose who will get the delivery. The one with maximum deliveries wins the ticket to the finale and would also get a chance to take one female contestant along with him ahead in the game. However, while all this happened, the women of the house continuously snubbed Siddharth Shukla each time an order was placed by him. Shukla's fans didn't like this behaviour and showered him with love on Twitter soon after the episode ended. A fan wrote, “If the Game goes on exactly as of now onwards No one can beat #SidhartShukla from winning this His game is going PERFECT & Winning Material #BiggBoss13 #BB13 #BiggBoss.” If the Game goes on exactly as of now onwards No one can beat #SiddhartShukla from winning this His game is going PERFECT & Winning Material#BiggBoss13 #BB13 #BiggBoss — Bigg Boss Guruð (@_biggbossfc) October 29, 2019 “#SiddharthShukla has taken the brunt time & again from the beginning. They play victim & women card. Cry & beg for sympathy. Lie blatantly to put him in the spot,” another fan tweeted. What if #SidharthShukla calls #RashamiDesai FAT or THULTHULI MUTALLO Wouldn't that be Body Shaming. . . RIGHT? Then what is Rashami Doing to #Sid for past many days Selective Agenda's for Men Selective Agenda's for Womenð Sir @BeingSalmanKhan dekhiye zarað#BB13 #BiggBoss13 pic.twitter.com/sTqkHra7FV — HerdHUSH ♥ï¸ #BB13 (@HerdHUSH) October 31, 2019 Yes sid is deserving,,,,he plays very sensibly and with pure heart..... — Shahbaz Ahmed (@Shahbaz34012710) October 29, 2019 I think ismein Sid or Asim dono ki dosti aur care hai ik dusre ke liye.. mere dono favourite hai plz maintain peace among both fandom #SiddharthShukla #AsimRiaz #BiggBoss13 #bb13 — gurpreet kaur (@kaurg21) October 31, 2019 The wild card entry Shefali Zariwala who has joined Bigg Boss 13 and is currently watching the housemates from a secret room also said, “Why does nobody want to cook for Siddharth Shukla?” However, Siddharth's fans are vouching for him and this gives him an edge to stay for a longer duration in the show. View the full article
  14. We believe political message reach should be earned, not bought, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in a statement. Photo: AFP NEW YORK: Twitter will ban political advertising on its platform next month, the company?s chief executive said on...
  15. Pakistani Singer Rabi Pirzada needs no introduction. At least, not in India and the reasons for her popularity have no connection whatsoever with her music. Everyone who knows her, or has heard of her, will know how she threatened to attack PM Narendra Modi with the help of her friends, that is, snakes and alligators. © Twitter Now, Rabi Pirzada is back with another threat and this time it looks like a serious one, although desi people just like the last time are busy trolling her. After epic goof-ups like 'Johnny Sins is a Kashmiri guy who lost his vision to pellets' and tagging the UNO card game instead of UN; people have now moved on to mocking Pakistani pop singer Rabi Pirzada, who has now posted a picture wearing a suicide vest threatening to attack PM Modi. © Instagram In fact, that's not all. In one of the posts she even called PM Modi 'Hitler'. She used hashtags like 'ModiHitler' and 'Kashmirkibeti'. Pirzada has been posting threatening and hateful posts against India and PM Modi ever since the government announced the scrapping of Article 370, which granted special status to Jammu & Kashmir. Desi people were clearly not impressed with her distateful post. While some were very angry with her post, others put their sarcasm hat on and unleashed a meme fest on social media. This isn't every funny. Highly irresponsible. — Sam (@SamJamPk) October 22, 2019 बहà¥à¤¤ फरà¥à¤ हॠहिà¤à¤¦à¥à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨ पाà¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨ मà¥à¤... हिà¤à¤¦à¥à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨à¥ लड़à¤à¥ ~ @HimaDas8 पाà¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨à¥ लड़à¤à¥~ @Rabipirzada सारॠà¤à¤¹à¤¾à¤ सॠà¤à¤à¥à¤à¤¾ हिà¤à¤¦à¥à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¤¾à¤¨ हमारा ...ð®ð³ pic.twitter.com/b2ZoRfc9xZ — Journo Satya (@Satyalivelko) October 23, 2019 Aao kabhi LOC pe ð Inke Singer , Cricketer sab ke andar ek terrorist hai — Abhishek Sinha à¤à¤­à¤¿à¤·à¥à¤ ð®ð³ (@iabhi_sinha) October 23, 2019 @Twitter @jack Is this image OK? When person is verified by you ð — Mita Mehta (@mita_anilkumar) October 23, 2019 Demo please! Just once. ððð — Seemað®ð³ (@SeemaSi80252530) October 23, 2019 @FunRabi and @Rabipirzada National dress of Pakistan. @ImranKhanPTI will soon declare #pakistan's (terrorist) uniform / National dress of Pakistan. what mentality it is???????? sister please go back to school, Not Terrorist camps. how she is getting such disaster things????? pic.twitter.com/iLd53ti2IG — Loganspace.com (@loganspace3) October 23, 2019 Wow, feeling good to see you that you wearing a traditional dress #PakistanNationalDress — Ablution Avishek (@avishekmaji19) October 23, 2019
  16. Now that Sourav Ganguly has officially taken over the role of the 39th President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), it is time for the former cricketer to let people know what is going on in his mind with regards to the organisation's future. Tainted with cases of nepotism, corruption and inequality in the past, the Indian cricket board's reputation has taken a massive hit in the recent history. Under such circumstances, for someone who is as loved and idolised by fans of Indian cricket as Ganguly to take the throne has to be followed by a bold statement and the 'Prince of Calcutta' did not disappoint. Mr. @SGanguly99 officially assumes office as President of the BCCI ð¸ð¸ pic.twitter.com/D5rt6gTaA5 — BCCI (@BCCI) October 23, 2019 "No compromise on credibility, corruption-free and same for all BCCI, just as I led India," Ganguly said after officially assuming the role. "It's an honour that I have been asked to take this role by the members when it's a new start for the BCCI. Coincidentally, fortunately, or unfortunately, when I started out as captain, it was the same state," he said. "This is a similar sort of situation where things need to be brought back in place, huge amounts of money need to be paid to state associations and reforms need to brought in. It's a new start. From that point of view, I find myself fortunate to be in a position where I can make a change," added Ganguly. A quintessential captain of the Indian cricket team who was known to take fearless decisions which actually led to the betterment of the team back in the day, Dada's words did have an impact on the people. That's how we fan wanna see @SGanguly99 to do things.. best of luck ð — AniyC (@AnindC) October 23, 2019 True Legend now boeome a Patriot. Proud of you BEST LUCK. @SGanguly99. — ॠHINDU (Mann Parody) ॠ(@MannParody) October 23, 2019 #equality Is more needed — Pinaki Banerjee (@PinakiB28215580) October 23, 2019 Hope he will change BCCI the way he changed Team India. — Iqbal (@Iqbal20422513) October 23, 2019 Talking about the captain of the team, Virat Kohli, Ganguly said: “He is the most important man in Indian cricket as captain of India. I look it at that way. So we will have a word with him and as I said we will support him in every possible way, he wants to make this team the best in the world.” "Virat is the captain now and we will have the same relations. Whatever he needs to help India play well, we will provide that to him. Kohli has taken the Indian team to a new level. We have been with him and we will be with him," Ganguly added.
  17. Ever since his appointment as head coach of the Indian cricket team, Ravi Shastri, despite his intentions, has always managed to grab the limelight for all the wrong reasons. Losing the top job to Anil Kumble in 2016, Shastri had slammed Sourav Ganguly, who was then part of the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) responsible for picking the new coach, for being disrespectful in the interview process. A year later, when he was eventually appointed as Team India coach, Shastri's antics in the dressing room and uncanny comments about the game often made him the butt of all jokes on social media. No matter what he does, Shastri continues to be targeted by social media trolls and often becomes a subject of hilarious memes. #RaviShastri #meme à¤à¤à¤¡à¤à¥à¤à¤°: बà¥à¤²à¤¾ à¤à¤¿à¤à¥à¤ à¤à¤¿à¤à¥à¤, Me: pic.twitter.com/D9HjQT6hBV — SHAIKH IRFAN | عرÙا٠(@iam_shaikhirfan) October 21, 2019 More recently, the Indian head coach was laughed upon by fans after he was caught taking a nap in the pavilion during the third Test between India and South Africa in Ranchi. If his napping photo took the social media by storm, Shastri's brutally honest comments after India's emphatic triumph at the JSCA International Cricket stadium left everyone in splits. Following a 3-0 whitewash of the Proteas, Shastri said: "Ajinkya Rahane was always there in the middle order, he only needed to rediscover, which he did himself. Rohit is different class. As an opener he needed to have a different mindset, he acclimatised. It was a difficult pitch to start with but usne jhela". straight line: _________________________ dashed line: __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ dotted line: ........................................... iconic line: pic.twitter.com/OorOKh8K8S — Freak (@hobart_133) October 22, 2019 But, it was his comments on the mindset of the Indian team that took everyone by surprise. "Our philosophy has been 'bhaad mein gaya pitch (to hell with the pitch). We need to take 20 wickets and it doesn't matter if it's Mumbai, Auckland, Melbourne, anywhere. Once we have taken those 20 wickets, our batting, once it gets going is like smooth-running Ferrari," he quipped. chaar botal vodka, kaam mera roz ka ð — Shachindra Pandit (@shachindra18) October 22, 2019 शाशà¥à¤¤à¥à¤°à¥ भाठpic.twitter.com/iMcii68OGV — Kamina Chora (@chora_kamina) October 22, 2019 Goti man keeps coming up with gems — Saurabh (@Boomrah_) October 22, 2019 Subah subah laga ke aaya hai ye ð — Ace Procrastinator (@Olestoepoke) October 22, 2019 Bira brand ambassador should be him — Aruun Naaik (@19arun92) October 22, 2019 When u drink more than enough ....and suddenly ur turn come out ðð — Rajesh Ranjan (@RajRanjan78) October 22, 2019 pic.twitter.com/zQeR4qwVPK — Krishna (@1krishnaa) October 22, 2019 Jyada laga li — VIKRAM SINGH (@vsc011) October 22, 2019 Kohli be like- pic.twitter.com/E1EJrZCj3n — Daanveer âï¸ (@daanveers) October 22, 2019 Ye darubaaj ko bolne ka dhang nhi h ye Indian cricket team ka coach h — Dark Soul (@Justice_fikri) October 22, 2019
  18. At a tender age of 19, Mithali Raj had emerged as India's one of the most capable batswomen with a staggering 214 against England in the final Test at Taunton back in 2002. Since that day, the right-hander, over the years, has not only become a vital cog for the Indian batting line-up, but is also one of the biggest names in international cricket. But, for someone whose artistry with the willow saw her shatter one record after another, Mithali's exploits aren't just restricted to the field. One of the most diligent servants of Indian cricket, Mithali has played a pivotal role in the rise of the women's game in a country that has, for long, obsessed over their male counterparts. © Reuters From shutting down sexist reporters to disapproving comparisons between male and female cricketers, the Indian Captain (in Tests & ODIs) has helped her teammates in carving their own niche in a sport dominated by men. And, her unique personality off the field is what makes her a fan-favourite. After her leadership skills saw India registering a 3-0 whitewash of the touring South African brigade in the three-match ODI series earlier this week, Mithali's capabilities of shutting social media trolls like a boss, once again, came to the fore. It feels nice to be acknowledged by a person who I have looked up to all my life .. thank you champion ð. https://t.co/8BNwW2xf6j — Mithali Raj (@M_Raj03) October 15, 2019 Becoming the first ever woman to complete 20 years in international cricket recently, Mithali attracted plaudits from every corner of the globe. Amongst the praise, Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar, too, congratulated the Indian Captain for her unique feat. In response, the 36-year-old wrote, "It feels nice to be acknowledged by a person who I have looked up to all my life..thank you champion". தமிழ௠à®à®©à¯ தாய௠மà¯à®´à®¿.. நான௠தமிழ௠நனà¯à®±à®¾à® பà¯à®à¯à®µà¯à®©à¯.. தமிழனாய௠வாழà¯à®µà®¤à¯ à®à®©à®à¯à®à¯ பà¯à®°à¯à®®à¯.. but above it all I am very proud indian ! Also my dear sugu ,you constant criticism on each and every post of mine ,you day to day advice on how and what should I do is exactly what keeps me going https://t.co/udOqOO2ejx — Mithali Raj (@M_Raj03) October 15, 2019 But, while everyone was cherishing the exchange between two batting greats, a troll questioned her language preference by tweeting, "She doesn't know Tamil. She will speak in eng, Telugu, Hindi". To which, Mithali responded with a tweet partially written in Tamil. "but above it all I am very proud indian ! Also my dear sugu ,you constant criticism on each and every post of mine ,you day to day advice on how and what should I do is exactly what keeps me going," she tweeted. Also, I would like to dedicate @vasugi29 a very famous song by a strong independent woman I admire a lot . Enjoy :) https://t.co/o34CtfCZCB — Mithali Raj (@M_Raj03) October 15, 2019 Her response would've probably made the poor troll question his tweet, but Mithali didn't stop there. In fact, taking the troll to the task and shutting him up for good, the Indian batswoman dedicated Taylor Swift's popular song, 'You Need To Calm Down', to him. We aren't sure how the troll must have felt, but Mithali's fans surely loved her epic response. ðð»ðð» pic.twitter.com/51bVuLnIfy — Vivid ðï¸ðï¸ Eyed (@G_____Ram_____G) October 15, 2019 We are proud of you. Keep going.ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ — SKTweet (@SKTweet10) October 16, 2019 Well said Mithali. You are a pride of the nation. — garima srivastav (@gsgarima36) October 15, 2019 Now that's a fitting reply Dear!!⤠A Bossð both on n off the field. More power to you my idol @M_Raj03 ma'am!!ð pic.twitter.com/JRQ9CTwHOf — Ritwika Dhar (@RituD307) October 15, 2019 I didn't understand a single word written in tamil but i understand your game..your captaincy. I feel the words whatever it may say. We all love you. ð — Kp sinha #happybdayVK (@kpsinha7) October 15, 2019 This will shut many talkings... Be like you legend. We're proud of you and the way you respond criticism ð Indian ð¥ and தமிழன௠𪠗 Sudeswaran Gandhi (@sudeshsudhi) October 15, 2019
  19. Food is serious business in India. From Mughal conquests that brought biryani to the subcontinent, to our modern headlines surrounding beef - everything from wars to social unrest can have a gastronomical element here. It comes as little surprise then, that this tweet found itself gaining speed earlier this week, in the wake of Abhijeet Banerjee's Nobel prize win. Dear Dhoklaeaters We gave you: 6 Nobels 1 Oscar for Lifetime Achievement National Anthem Vande Mataram We eat fish and motton. Beef and pork. Keep your Dhokla, Khandvi & thepla away from us. GET OUT. — Aparna (@chhuti_is) 15 October 2019 Naturally, the post caused major uproar amongst Indian Twitter users. Several called her out for spreading hate amongst Indians: Eat whatever you want, but please don't hate your fellow Indians! — ⵢⴷâµâµâ´¼âµâ²¦ â±°âµâ³â´¼âµ (@sanchetd) 15 October 2019 The original poster, @chhuti_is, replied while further establishing her stand with respect to detention camps, and cultural imposition. We don't, but we also won't tolerate detention camps for Bengalis. — Aparna (@chhuti_is) 15 October 2019 Sorry if that offended you. But if one forces their language or food habits on us, that would be my reply. — Aparna (@chhuti_is) 15 October 2019 Once you get the Internet going though, it's hard to put on the brakes. Several critical voices rose up - and from both sides of the fence. Gujaratis stood up against the user's message, Every state has unique identity. We love Dhokla, Khandvi & thepla. It's breakfast, lunch and dinner for us. And I'm proud of being a Gujarati. — Raval Akash (@Akash9086) 15 October 2019 While other Bengalis also voiced their dissent. Dhoklaeaters gave- Father of the Nation- Mahatma Gandhi Iron Man of India- Sardar Patel 2 PMs- Morarji Desai, N. Modi Father of India's space programme- Vikram Sarabhai Business tycoons- Ambanis & Tatas 6 times Oscar winning producer- Ismail Merchant. Urs truly, Also a Bong. — Doctor Outsider (@Tiara_Ray10) 15 October 2019 Mukesh bhai also made an inevitable appearance. World's Richest Dhokla Eater : pic.twitter.com/mvIyYhcCe0 — ΓIGHTSTEΓ (@TheRightster) 15 October 2019 Personally, I think the best tweet of all is this one. I love Indian Twitter. A Nobel Prize for Economics has become a battle between vegetarians and non vegetarians. Sadly, there is no Nobel Prize for idiocy. Now go eat a dhokla or a dimsum - neither will give you a brain. It is not in their job description. — Naomi Datta (@nowme_datta) 15 October 2019 One thing's for sure though - a lot can happen over chutney and dhoklas.
  20. Bihar is currently undergoing a massive outbreak of Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) that has led to the death of over 100 children in the state in the past two weeks. The situation was critical and there was a dire need for taking rapid action to deal with the epidemic and have as much damage control as possible. In order to figure out a plan of action quickly, Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan carried out a press meet along with Ashwini Kumar Choubey, Minister Of State for Health and Family Welfare and Bihar's Health Minister, Mangal in Muzaffarpur on Sunday. However, instead of showing their concerns towards the loss of life for the young infants of the state, the Health Minister seemed more interested in the ICC World Cup match between India and Pakistan. Check out the shocking video shared by the official Twitter handle on ANI: #WATCH Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey asks for latest cricket score during State Health Department meeting over Muzaffarpur Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) deaths. (16.6.19) pic.twitter.com/EVenx5CB6G — ANI (@ANI) June 17, 2019 “Kitna wicket hua tha?” asked the politician wishing to know how many wickets had fallen in the game. This kind of insensitivity shown by the representative towards his people, especially during such a crisis led to the opposition demanding an immediate resignation from Pandey. "Pandey was more interested in knowing the cricket score while Harsh Vardhan was telling mediapersons on they plans to alleviate the situation arising from the encephalitis outbreak," IANS quoted RJD leader Ram Chandra Purve. The unfortunate and heartbreaking incident comes after Minister Of State for Health and Family Welfare Ashwini Kumar Choubey was being extensively criticised for sleeping at another press conference on the mass outbreak to which he had replied by saying that he was indulged in “deep thought” and was not asleep. Twitter is livid with the inconsiderate behaviour of the ministers and their reactions are completely justified: They all should be sacked with immediate effect by Modi. — The Baba (@whateverbaba) June 17, 2019 Score: #IndiaVsPakistan in #Bihar ð #AcuteEncephalitisSyndrome crosses the 100 mark as Pakistan failed to control the outbreak in #Muzaffarpur ðWhose negligence? Why infrastructure lacking?#SaveChildrenInBihar ð¢The future cricketers But #WhoCares, "Choti Si Baat" haið pic.twitter.com/lNxedKQxwT — ð« f@¡z ð« (@zules7172) June 17, 2019 One doc goes blue, IMA on strike...100s of kids die, none protest...Where are the electorates? — ð« f@¡z ð« (@zules7172) June 18, 2019 Score rises to 100+ — Aminul Hb (@notinnames) June 17, 2019 Elections are over, power retained, so the people of India, go to hell, see how we will torture you, people perhaps deserved this after all they votes for people like these blindly — Citizen Shivam (@ShivamJ24) June 17, 2019 Shame shame ... iske bachhe bhi jab ye dekhenge to unhe bhi sharm aayegi , par inko nahi — SAURABH (@aerosaurabh) June 17, 2019 Shame.. we are shameful that such people run our country #shame @NitishKumar @BJPBiharState @BJP4India — Gurjinder Singh (@GurjinderSinghz) June 17, 2019
  21. The ICC World Cup 2019 match up between India and Pakistan has been nothing short of brilliant, well at least for the Indian fans, thanks to the power-packed innings played by the Indian vice-captain, Rohit Sharma and the skipper himself, Virat Kohli. While Rohit 'The Hitman' Sharma helped the Indian batting order with a great start as he scored the fastest century of his career (85 balls), it was Virat Kohli that quickly became the topic of hilarious rants on social media and that too because of no fault of his! WHAT AN INNINGS! India opener Rohit Sharma brings up his century off just 85 balls. How many more can he add to his tally from here? #TeamIndia | #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/j1z8OSoCf4 — ICC (@ICC) June 16, 2019 After Sharma got dismissed off a dolly at the hands of Hasan Ali, Virat Kohli turned the notch up on his game and began taking quick singles and doubles between the balls with Hardik Pandya by his side. The quick runs were good enough to visibly bother Sarfaraz Ahmed and his side. #ViratKohli scores his 11,000th ODI run! He reaches the landmark in 54 fewer innings than anyone else ð pic.twitter.com/mebDOLJESs — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 16, 2019 Having said that, the speed at which Kohli was running between the wickets impressed cricketer-turned-commentator Sanjay Manjrekar. During one such single, it was calculated that the Kohli ran at the speed of 25 kmph between the creases and Manjrekar instantly compared the Delhi-born to the greatest sprinter of all-time, Usain Bolt, who, by the way, can reach up to the speed of 37 kmph. Manjrekar further credited the Indian cricketer of running with such velocity despite having so much of extra weight of the pads and other protective gear along with the bat in his hands. Albeit, Kohli's speed and athleticism is exceptional and second to none, however, this comparison caused a rift on Twitter with even the Indian fans of the cricketer begging the commentator to stop: Did he just compare Kohli to Bolt ð©ð©ð©ð©ð©ð© — NA (@nmase97) June 16, 2019 Sanjay Bihari Majnu: Virat Kohli has top speed of 25km. We need to compare him with Usain Bolt. Bihari Majnu "Van Dijk" has top speed of 34km. Compare Kohli with him. Then continue your irritating commentary. & pls for god sake stop copying Nasser Hussain's words. Indian Idiot — Musharaf Nabi (@MusharafNabi95) June 16, 2019 @sanjaymanjrekar are you comparing Usain Bolt running with Kohli...?!really...?!wats your avg IQ levelð¤ð¤ — lokam_godave_na_godava (@NaGodave) June 16, 2019 Sanjay Manjrekar: "Virat Kohli's top speed is 25kmph. Wonder what that is of Usain Bolt? But he doesn't have to run with a bat..." ð — Tanuj Lakhina (@tanujlakhina) June 16, 2019 Can't believe stupid Sanjay Manjrekar is comparing Kohli's running between wickets speed to Usian Bolt. #INDvPak — Blinkist (@khaarabath) June 16, 2019 LOL!! @StarSportsIndia @sanjaymanjrekar and other commentators comparing Kohli's 25 with usan bolt 27. Someone please tell them one is kmph and other is mph.. #IndiaVsPakistan — Deep (@deepayan04) June 16, 2019 Kohli is running at 25kph and our great commentator @sanjaymanjrekar conpares with bolt. How intelligent.. ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£#IndiaVsPakistan — Swami (@siva1302) June 16, 2019
  22. Over the last decade, Chris Gayle has established himself as the most dangerous batsman of this generation, if not of all time. A big part of his journey towards becoming the feared powerhouse that he is, has been plying his trade in franchise tournaments in the Indian subcontinent. He has featured for Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League and teams from Lahore and Karachi in the Pakistan Super League. The love he has received from the subcontinent has been unparalleled. So, it comes as no surprise to see Chris Gayle show his support in creating the spectacle that is India vs Pakistan. In the run-up to the game to be played between the two rivals in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, he showed off his 'special outfit' for the game on social media. View this post on Instagram Yup! I'm rocking my india ð®ð³ Pakistan ðµð° Suit, all love and respect!ð âð¿... I really love it and this will be one of my outfit at my birthday party September 20th ð...its lit ð¥ ðð¿ðºð¾ð¥ #FashionOverStyle #UniverseBoss #KingGayle #45 #333 #Suit @sidbafna #Attiitude #CWC19 A post shared by KingGayle ð (@chrisgayle333) on Jun 15, 2019 at 5:16am PDT Safe to say that fans appreciated the tweet, as fans from both countries weighed in with some brilliant reactions- Hope this Sunday is SUN DAY in England — Kashir Ali (@KashirAli17) June 15, 2019 pic.twitter.com/46VFqgLl0y — Yogita (@momo_7862) June 15, 2019 Make it All green because Pakistan is going to win tomorrow #PAKvIND — Umair (@Pakistan354) June 15, 2019 We need to respect Cricket. India for indians and Pakistan for Pakitaniz but I hope it's going to be good game. Both countries needs to show sportsmanship. Gayle Gandsta ♠ï¸ — Salman khalid (@Awesomesalman1) June 15, 2019 The 'Universe Boss' is prepared for the big festival today and with an expected viewership of 1 billion people across the planet, so are fans of both teams. Team India may be favourites but Pakistan will post a fair fight with an explosive batting lineup and unpredictable bowling. If rain does not play spoilsport, it is set to be an epic encounter.
  23. Netflix India's latest offering 'Leila' starring Huma Qureshi hit our screens yesterday, and since the show was already pretty hyped-up with the trailer and plot looking very interesting, it was only natural that in less than 24 hours, a myriad of opinions would pop up once the show hit the air. The show is set up in a dystopian future, where a helpless mother is desperately looking for her lost daughter. The show has opened to rave reviews from a lot of peoplem, who are calling it a spine-chilling reality check. #Leila is a scary reality which might knock our doors in the near future. The need to create a better world for our future generations is more than ever. We shouldn't take clean water and air for granted anymore or else we won't have any left. @humasqureshi you were incredible. — Abheshek Garg (@LovelybonE_04) June 15, 2019 The freakiest part of #Leila for me is that the horrors shown are all happening already somewhere in the world...The policing of women's bodies, scarcity of water (those scenes ð±), food rations, fall of law and order, violence in the name of hyper-nationalism.. https://t.co/YGHHEk6WZL — Aliya Curmally (@filminista) June 15, 2019 The Dystopia depicted in the latest @NetflixIndia series #Leila is very Disturbing, Depressing & Disgusting. And in that disgust lies its strength. It is a warning sign for present generations to be careful with natural & ideological 'resources' or else witness mayhem in future. — Abhinav Saxena (@abhinavsaxena25) June 14, 2019 People are in awe of Huma Qureshi and everyone who put their hard work into making this show a success. Leila is the best work of Huma Qureshi.. I am spellbound with her impeccable performance.. Loved the series and hope the period shown in the series never comes.. @humasqureshi @NetflixIndia #leila netflix — Sneha (@beingsnehaa) June 14, 2019 One episode. ONE EPISODE is enough to shake you. Totally. I just hope it goes well ahead too. Wow @humasqureshi #Leila — υ∂αÒ¯ (@imuday02) June 14, 2019 However, there are many viewers who felt that the show was a little weak, in terms of depicting what it wanted to convey and also many felt the borrowed emotion from 'The Handmaid's Tale' to be quite evident . Just because something is controversial and bold, doesn't mean it's actually good#Leila is a copy of the show @HandmaidsOnHulu I have seen them both and I'd recommend skipping #Leila I also didn't like how political and communal they made it when they could've avoided it — ðððð ÙÙØ­ÙÙد ‎ ð­ððððð (@tysaa13) June 14, 2019 Watched ep 1 of #Leila on Netflix. It was quite pedestrian. Very thin direction and substance, poor special effects. All it seemed good for was to massage many people's sense of outrage against the hierarchical & purity-obsessed Indian/Hindu society. — Dhara (@dhar_aa) June 14, 2019 Waste of time..!!! So much hype they created. Seriously all she has is only one emotion throughout the series and nothing else. Or maybe her face is only capable of producing that one and only emotion. #Leila — à²à²¿à²°à²à²à³à²µà²¿ à²à³à²¡ (@Ljs6JuKBeB4wgTI) June 14, 2019 Also, some people feel that the show comes across a politically charged propaganda and is defaming certain religions and strata of the society. I have one question for @netflix When you create a dystopian world for the west, you show all kind of tech and cool guys shitting science and girls riding ð¦ But while creating a dystopian India, you show an entire community in bad light. WTF is #Leila No ð PATHETIC — BRAHMA (@BrahmaUbaach) June 14, 2019 Sheer propaganda nthng else, frm costumes to stereotypes #leila is just another way to show their bigotry. @NetflixIndia hv grt content but y they r stooping to this propaganda, can't undrstnd. If u wnt to see totalitarian nation see documentries on NKorea n saudi on netflix only — Mayank Dua (@MayankDua88) June 14, 2019 Just watched #Leila how disgusting u Morron guys see only one religion bed shame on u @humasqureshi @NetflixIndia — chowkidar sachin soni (@beingsachin_) June 14, 2019 It looks like 'Leila' is one of those shows which cannot be ignored and we feel that we should actually watch it to form an opinion about it. Sounds like an interesting weekend plan, what say?
  24. ICC World Cup 2019 started out on a great note, with fans from all corners of the cricketing world tuning in to witness some of the best teams take each other head-on at the greatest platform there is in the sport. Sadly, the infamous English weather took over and literally washed out all the excitement and entertainment right out of the quadrennial tournament. Exactly how bad are the weather conditions in England? Well, in the last four days, we have only seen one match and less than eight overs of another match in total with eight teams getting one point each without putting in zero to negligible effort all due to the rains disrupting some of the greatest matches of the Cricket World Cup, one of which included the clash between the two teams that remain undefeated during the ongoing contest ie, India and Pakistan. Things have become so frustrating that it is almost comical now. Indian bowling all-rounder Kedar Jadhav even pushed out a video on the internet requesting the heavy, non-stop rains to move to Maharashtra and let them play cricket. Haha Kedar Jadhav asking rains from England to shift to Maharashtra ðâ¤ï¸ #INDvNZ #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/ZcdoKcypkT — Saurabh (@Boomrah_) June 13, 2019 In the same comical tone, the fans of the Men in Blue have begun a fun banter with the supporters of Sarfaraz Ahmed's Pakistan cricket team, letting them know that their chances of winning against Virat Kohli and the Indian cricket team are extremely slim. They went on to say that the only way for Team Pakistan to save themselves from a horrible and humiliating loss at the hands of the Bleed Blue army, is to pray that the downpour happens once again at Old Trafford, Manchester on Father's Day, this Sunday. This Sunday, the best way for Pakistan to avoid defeat in the match against India is to pray for rain, which is likely to spoil the game. Otherwise, Pakistan's defeat is sure. — Dr. Ashok Dhamija (@ashokdhamija) June 14, 2019 There is possibility that Pakistan will have a happy memory in this world cup. And may gain points against India There is plenty of chance for rain and match being washed out. — Chowkidar Vikram Joshi (@vikyjoshi3) June 14, 2019 Pakistan praying for rain and India showing them way to a na pakistan Train — MUKESH SURANA (@mukeshsurana) June 14, 2019 Pakistan team praying for Rain on Sunday against India because Baap rocks on Father's Day #ShameOnICC #ShameOnICC pic.twitter.com/B6Dkg62RJD — manish Agrawal (@MkAgrawal003) June 14, 2019 Only rain can save pakistan team from team india..#CWC — Puneet Suri (@Puneetsuri1) June 13, 2019 All jokes aside, India versus Pakistan is arguably the biggest match of World Cup 2019, maybe even bigger than the tournament final and if unfortunately, the rain does washout the Father's Day main event, the World Cup might lose out on whatever viewership it is enjoying right now.
  25. The year was 2018, when suddenly this one rugged looking man, with a chiselled face and olive skin, started grabbing eyeballs every time he graced the screens. It was more than his looks though (well quite honestly, his simple features and boy-next-door vibes did wonders too), people were intrigued by this actor who was seen portraying different characters each time, each distinct, and better than the last. © Twitter Vicky Kaushal was finally here, and what an entry it had been. Women swooned over the chivalrous Iqbal Syed in 'Raazi', while others sought friends like Kamlesh in 'Sanju' and a lover as fun and easy-going as Vicky in 'Manmarziyaan'. However, it is 2019 that witnessed Vicky Kaushal's greatest arrival and how! Vicky's 'Uri' broke multiple industry records and put him right at the top in Bollywood. © Twitter He is currently one of the busiest and most sought after stars in the Hindi film industry and there's no guessing why. Directors love him, but his fans are absolute nuts over this guy. © Reuters Yet, all this success, popularity and fame hasn't gotten into his head one bit. And fans love him for being so rooted and humble at all times. Take, for instance, this recent Twitter exchange between Vicky and one of his fans. © Twitter The fan tweeted, saying: @vickykaushal09 my wifey saw you today in the jam jam cafe, was sitting next to your table but too shy to come up and talk. And thought that privacy should be given to the stars. I am saying hi ð on her behalf and we really love your acting. Take care!! — KapilArtistry (@ArtistryKapil) June 12, 2019 Vicky decided to respond to this honest admission and message, and tweeted to Kapil. Pass my regards. I appreciate her for respecting my privacy. Next time, feel free, I'd be happy to have a conversation :) https://t.co/4Si2zSUpaV — Vicky Kaushal (@vickykaushal09) June 12, 2019 Not only was that a wonderful gesture on Vicky's part, but his thoughtfulness in suggesting that they introduce themselves the next time is truly heartwarming. Fellow fans cannot seem to get over his humility either. Such a humble person you areð­â¤ @vickykaushal09 — Vaanya Bansal (@BansalVaanya) June 12, 2019 How sweet and kind of you... ððð — Priya Arya (@priyasris) June 13, 2019 This is so heart warming to read. Not only a brilliant actor but a good person. Hope I can meet you 1 day 2. Cant wait for bhoot although I hate horror films...only 4 u — VGThoughts (@VGthoughts) June 12, 2019 Traits of a superstar-in-the-making.... — Jayesh Kumar Dey (@dey_jayesh) June 13, 2019 This is called a HUMAN BEING . Thanks for making your fans special. — manish only (@manishs90616427) June 13, 2019
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