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  1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the US President Donald Trump at Ahmedabad's Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Airport on Monday. This is Trumpâs maiden visit to India and is solely focused on strengthening the ties between the two countries. © Twitter/Narendra Modi President Trump arrived with his wife Melania Trump and a team of 12-member delegation along with his daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner in India. The Trumps first visited the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad and then headed towards the âNamaste Trumpâ rally held at Motera stadium, the biggest cricket stadium in the world. However, several moments since their arrival have given way to a meme fest on social media. Trumpâs speech invoking Sachin Tendulkar and DDLJ, and his visit to the Taj Mahal have since inspired hilarious jokes and memes from people from across the country on Twitter. Also, since Trumpâs arrival, hashtags such as #TrumpIndiaVisit #NamasteTrump #TrumpIndia have been trending on social media. © Reuters/PM Check out some of the reactions here Lol. Very gracious of Donald Trump to draw the design of Bandra-Worli sea link instead of his signature. #NamasteyTrump pic.twitter.com/LspkrwrqLN â Pratik (@fake_engineer7) February 24, 2020 This is so true. Normal. Suddenly when Heart Rate. Crush pass..#TrumpIndiaVisit pic.twitter.com/k9kMiO2bTD â Mansi Fule (@mansifule) February 24, 2020 Hahaha. Trump drew his ECG reports instead of signature to show us that he loves India from his heart #TrumpInIndia#NamasteyTrump#TrumpIndiaVisit pic.twitter.com/wZjCMnWVZd â CHIRAG (@Aladdin_ka_) February 24, 2020 This is all of us.. when ur attendace is very low and teacher asks you to bring a letter from Dad to sit in the class #NamasteyTrump pic.twitter.com/3V0OTCb5Mp â prayag sonar (@prayag_sonar) February 24, 2020 You tell us? Sign or Cardiogram? #NamasteyTrump pic.twitter.com/AJdpsCYAsk â Aditi Varma (@aditivarma84) February 24, 2020 Trump mentioned Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli in his speech and how could people not have crazy reactions to it. Unfortunately, Trump even fumbled with few prominent names that have inspired hilarious memes. Suchin Trendulkar and Vurat kholly. Via - Donald Trump#TrumpInIndia #NamasteyTrump pic.twitter.com/ttT5cAbD19 â Shashwat ï¸ (@_Shakti_maan) February 24, 2020*Trump comes out of Airport* Rikshaw Wala outside the airport: #TrumpInIndia #TrumpIndiaVisit pic.twitter.com/uCmE9Urcug â Tweetera (@DoctorrSays) February 24, 2020When Your American Friend Forgot Your iPhone Gift...#TrumpInIndia pic.twitter.com/mhNyY5LH5X â Babu Bhaiya (@Shahrcasm) February 24, 2020 Now, this had to happen. #TrumpInIndia #TrumpVisitIndia Some unseen pictures of Trump and his family from the Taj Mahal's visit. pic.twitter.com/bnWtr6BsZu â Kriticism (@indianpunner) February 24, 2020 Every kid visiting Taj Mahalâ¦. Live pics from #TrumpInIndia at Taj Mahal pic.twitter.com/bU6jYeAVzg â The Notoriouss B.E.E . (@chatpataka100) February 24, 2020 LOL Trump Agra pohochte hi... (Picture from Future)#TrumpInIndia #TrumpModiMeet pic.twitter.com/S5rSNpDnZ6 â Yennefer (@Ladki_Nakhreli) February 24, 2020 President Trumpâs visit to the Sabarmati Ashram and his signature on the visitorâs book prompted these reactions. He wrote, "The Taj Mahal inspires awe. A timeless testament to the rich and diverse beauty of Indian culture. Thank you, India.â According to the news reports, Trump will hold delegation-level talks with PM Modi in Delhi on the last day of his India visit. View the full article
  2. The President of the United States of America, Donald Trump is in India for the second time in two years, this time around the âNamaste Trumpâ campaign which falls in sequence to the âHowdy Modiâ event from last year. During the POTUSâ first day in here, he was requested to inaugurate one of the biggest architectural marvels of modern India- the Motera Stadium in Gujarat, Ahmedabad which was renovated with a Rs. 700 crore budget and is now holds the record for the biggest cricket stadium (1,10,000 seats) in the world, outdoing the Melbourne Cricket Ground by a seating capacity of 15,000 people. India & America Unite! 125,000+ patriots in white Trump hats at Motera stadium erupted in huge cheer to welcome Trump as #NamasteTrump reverberates all around Leftist media and radicals underestimated our country's friendship, bond & partnership in fighting evil.#TrumpInIndia pic.twitter.com/YUtN6mRtdE â Amy Mek (@AmyMek) February 24, 2020 The ceremony went extremely well. The performances put up in front of the US President and the Indian Prime Minister were incredible and the sheer volume of people that attended the event was impressive in itself. Even before touching base in India, you could tell that Trump was excited about this tour as he went out of his way to tweet in hindi about his arrival: हम भारत à¤à¤¨à¥ à¤à¥ लिठततà¥à¤ªà¤° हà¥à¤ । हम रासà¥à¤¤à¥ मà¥à¤ हà¥à¤, à¤à¥à¤ हॠà¤à¤à¤à¥à¤ मà¥à¤ हम सबसॠमिलà¥à¤à¤à¥! â Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 24, 2020 However, Trump made one teeny-tiny mistake of mispronouncing the name of the âgod of cricketâ, Sachin Tendulkar. In his speech while addressing the more than one lakh people at the venue and others watching from all over the country, Trump wanted to talk about the things that mattered the most to the Indian population, that is, bollywood and cricket. And while he nailed the bollywood bit, he accidently stuttered Tendulkarâs name wrongly. Something about Donald Trump's pronunciation of Sachin Tendulkar tells me he isn't a huge cricket fan pic.twitter.com/stFhq46MLx â Andy Silke (@andysilke) February 24, 2020 Naturally, the world had to make the most of this moment and troll the man online. And to do the honours, it was the International Cricket Council (ICC), that took the lead. Sach- Such- Satch- Sutch- Sooch- Anyone know? pic.twitter.com/nkD1ynQXmF â ICC (@ICC) February 24, 2020 And once the opportunity was made, others followed and started roasting Trump on Twitter: No one: Donald Trump: Soochin tenduler and virot koohli pic.twitter.com/rMuedpmE4W â Fay. (@fay_alif) February 24, 2020Modi pronounces Donald Trump as Dolan Trump. To take revenge Trump calls Sachin as Soochin. https://t.co/cHqHXJdfBo â Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) February 24, 2020After Trump's exotic pronunciation of "soochin tendolkar", i would like him to visit srilanka and praise former crickter Warnakulasuriya patabendige ushantha joseph Chaminda Vaas #TrumpInIndia #NamasteyTrump #TrumpVisitIndia â Sayan (@Tweets_by_Sayan) February 24, 2020Nobody: Not a single soul: Donald Trump: SoOcHiN tEnDuLkEr aNd ViRuT kOlLeE â Seb Chambers (@zebz2003) February 24, 2020Everything was going well for Trump in India during his visit till he spoke about The GOD.... where he pronounced his name as ---< "Soochin" Tendulkar ð¤¸ð¥ð§#trumpinindia â Vinaya Raghavan (@vinus_sapience) February 24, 2020On one hand, it is unfair to expect someone who has most probably never seen a single match of cricket in his life to correctly say the name of its legends but on the other hand, he did take the risk and ended up paying for it, so weâd say itâs dead even now! View the full article
  3. On US President Donald Trumpâs visit to India, around Rs. 80-85 crore is expected to be spent and almost half the budget is going solely towards security arrangements. Despite the heavy security arrangements, five langurs have also been deployed on the route of Trumpâs procession to keep him away from the monkey ruckus in Agra. The government has also undergone many vigorous steps for the country's beautification to welcome Trump and its attempt to build up a wall in Ahmedabad, to keep aside a stretch of people, has only left people on social media "heart broken". The âgreat wallâ has been built alongside the road connecting the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport to Indira Bridge in Ahmedabad where the "biggest road show" is set to take place today. The main objective behind the wall is to hide more than 500 kutcha houses at the Dev Saran or Saraniyavaas slum area in the city. âNamaste Trumpâ event, which has kick-started on Monday, will be similar to the landmark âHowdy, Modi!â event hosted by the Indian-American community in honour of Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Houston in September 2019. India looks forward to welcoming @POTUS @realDonaldTrump. It is an honour that he will be with us tomorrow, starting with the historic programme in Ahmedabad! https://t.co/fAVx9OUu1j â Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 23, 2020People on social media, at large, are of the view that rather than using the money to build a wall and concealing the reality, the money could have been used in bettering the slumâs situation. Check out some of the reactions here What is on the other side of the wall? Hey @realDonaldTrump although they have erected a wall, I know you love to build the wall, to hide govt inefficiency from you. Thought I might help to see what's on the other side#TrumpIndiaVisit#USIndia#ModiTrumpSummit pic.twitter.com/hSnnLgTRzp â #CumChoTrump (@rajni_cant) February 23, 2020 Umm.. #मà¥à¤¦à¥_पहलà¥_दà¥à¤¶_à¤à¤¾_सà¥à¤à¥ Behind the wall, in case Trump is curious! Life in two sides of the wall built in Ahmedabad for. the pic.twitter.com/yyenxOrtKO â Mukesh Kashyap (@Mukeshkashyap90) February 23, 2020 The great divideâ¦.. wonderful welcome @realDonaldTrump great divide... #TrumpIndiaVisit pic.twitter.com/McsFCOrbRb â Venkat Sarath ð®ð³ (@VenkatSarath6) February 23, 2020 People are calling the picture heart-breaking. Most heartbreaking picture on the Internet right now. #TrumpIndiaVisit pic.twitter.com/XpuFezxyKE â à¤à¥à¤®à¥âरà¥à¤¡à¥âð®ð³ (@urban_mafiaa) February 23, 2020Okay⦠History will remember : Game of thrones China Amitabh Bachchan Donald Trump & Narendra Modi " FOR THE WALL "#MannKiBaat#TrumpIndiaVisit pic.twitter.com/rdQrOxKguB â SHOAIB | شعÛب | शà¥à¤à¤¬ (@Jii_Bilkul) February 23, 2020 Donât cross the line. This Wall reminds me of oscar winning Movie Parasite. 'Dont cross the line' #TrumpIndiaVisit #NamasteTrump pic.twitter.com/PDtOax2Ptk â Irfan (@Iam_SyedIrfan) February 23, 2020 Indeed. #मà¥à¤¦à¥_पहलà¥_दà¥à¤¶_à¤à¤¾_सà¥à¤à¥ #TrumpIndiaVisit The Great Wall Of Ahmedabad pic.twitter.com/Wt6u19z9Ow â Aditya (@Aditya26356466) February 23, 2020 Hmm. Wow, just amazing thought!!#trumpvisitindia #TrumpIndiaVisit pic.twitter.com/hVz7aj5k9a â Keyur Parmar (@keyur1094) February 19, 2020 Trump along with US First Lady Melania Trump and a team of 12 member delegation along with Trumpâs daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner have arrived in India today. View the full article
  4. Taapsee Pannu recently came under fire for her voting destination but set the record straight with a clapback
  5. While Valentineâs week is going on and love is in the air, many people are celebrating Valentineâs week expressing their feelings with every passing day. As Propose Day was trending on Twitter, even Pune Police posted a tweet that got a lot of people talking about their strong Twitter game. The tweet once again left people on the internet in splits and check out the full tweet here- Hey Punekars, are you all WiFi's? We feel so connected to you! ï¸#ProposeDay #PunePolice â PUNE POLICE (@PuneCityPolice) February 8, 2020 Pune Police took to its Twitter and posted, "Hey Punekars, are you all WiFi's? We feel so connected to you #ProposeDay #PunePolice.â Netizens found the tweet very adorable and they expressed their reactions quickly in the comments section. Some of them couldnât stop laughing and some found it sweet. Hereâs what they have to say- Too cute. I love you @PuneCityPolice , you are such a cuteeeeee #praposeday â tanuuuuuu (@iamvaridha2) February 8, 2020 Friendzoned forever. Dost ho Dost hi raho, jyada rishte mat jodo! â Akshay Nalawade  (@akshayasn_) February 8, 2020 Hahahaha. Bas karo yar nahi to PYAAR ho jaega#PunePolice â Vishal Tayade (@vishaltayade54) February 8, 2020 Adorable. Its better to be in long distance relationship with @PuneCityPolice ð¤£ð¤£#ProposeDay â Siddhesh Palve (@siddheshp_9045) February 8, 2020 Agreed. Soooooooo sweet â¥ï¸â¥ï¸â¥ï¸â¥ï¸ â Nivedita (@nivedit70981666) February 8, 2020 Hai nah? Ek hi dil hai, kitne baar jeetoge â Vaishnavi More (@More_Vaish) February 8, 2020 What is this now? Facing disconnection issues â Vivek (@Vivek50118692) February 8, 2020 View the full article
  6. Back in 1947, Indian spin bowler Mulvantrai Himmatlal 'Vinoo' Mankad ran Australian batsman Bill Brown out when the non-striker had left the crease before the ball was delivered. While Mankad is also known for his world record opening partnership of 413 runs with Pankaj Roy in 1956 (a record that stood for 52 years), but he will always be remembered as the guy who brought 'mankading' to cricket. Since Mankad's exploits in 1947, 'mankading', an informal name given to running out the non-striker whilst he is backing up remains one of the most heated debates in the gentleman's game. While the practice remains perfectly legal within the laws of cricket, it is often considered against the spirit of the game. Ashwin Mankads Buttler Within the rules of the game? Fair play? Would you have done it? You decide. Full video here ????https://t.co/OFh1P4mB5W #VIVOIPL pic.twitter.com/kFuayImDo8 â IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) March 25, 2019 There have been numerous cases of 'mankading' over the years, the most popular in recent times being Ravichandran Ashwin's decision to run Jos Buttler out during the Indian Premier League (IPL) clash between Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in March last year. Just like other instances in the past, Ashwin, too, was slammed by many for his antics that raised questions on the laws of cricket. And, during the ongoing ICC Under-19 World Cup, 'mankading' once again became the topic of great discussion amongst cricket pundits and fans on social media. While the U-19 World Cup had seen New Zealand cricketers upholding the spirit of sportsmanship by carrying an injured West Indies batsman off the field, an Afghan spinner 'mankading' a Pakistani batsman showed a completely different side of the game. Thoughts? ?? pic.twitter.com/0hvh48AZDu â Wisden (@WisdenCricket) January 31, 2020 During the quarterfinal clash against Pakistan, Afghanistan's Noor Ahmad surprised everyone by 'mankading' non-striker Mohammad Huraira. The video of the controversial dismissal was widely shared on Twitter which further sparked a debate amongst cricket analysts and fans. While the likes of James Anderson, Dale Steyn and Mark Waugh voiced their displeasure against 'mankading', others like Harsha Bhogle and Tino Best backed it. Absolutely. And I am waiting for the day when people say you must warn a batsman before stumping him. The spirit of the game is violated if the non-striker runs less than he should and claims a run. https://t.co/rSobZnKZGT â Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) January 31, 2020Can we sort out (remove) this law please @ICC #MCC?? https://t.co/dec60oogif â James Anderson (@jimmy9) January 31, 2020#mankading is within the rules of the game but totally against the spirit. Batters gaining extra ground should be penalised but I personally think itâs bollocks, donât like it at all #mankad â Graham Onions (@BunnyOnions) January 31, 2020Pathetic. https://t.co/ajX27Aw8U0 â Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 31, 2020This shitâs getting outa hand. â Dale Steyn (@DaleSteyn62) January 31, 2020That is absolute rubbish from the fielding team. Very poor the batsman was not looking to get a head start. If the bowler had bowled the ball as per normal the batsman would have been ok. â Mark Waugh (@juniorwaugh349) February 1, 2020Future of cricket is in great hands. No free passes for batsmen, cheers https://t.co/0jmwzPgH0D â Daniel Brettig (@danbrettig) January 31, 2020Brilliant awareness ???? full stop , the non striker is cheating a run Piers â Tino95 (@tinobest) January 31, 2020Surely 16-year-old boys can have the sense to stay in their crease until the ball leaves the bowlerâs hand? https://t.co/QzLk7jumvi â Derek Alberts (@derekalberts1) January 31, 2020Despite Huraira's controversial dismissal, Pakistan eventually managed to win the contest against Afghanistan by six wickets to set up what promises to be a thrilling semifinal clash against India. But, while everyone expressed their views on the 'mankading' incident in the game, Pakistani batsman Huraira opined that he was to blame for leaving his crease. "I should've been in the crease, and I'll learn from the mistake. I'll ensure it isn't repeated again," said after the match. View the full article
  7. Elon Musk is very active on Twitter. His tweets even landed him in court several times. So let's just say that he knows a thing or two about Twitter. And it looks like the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, himself wanted to get some advice. There's a video that's floating around on the internet, in which Jack Dorsey is seen seeking some professional advice from Elon Musk. In the video, he's seen asking for some direct feedback. “What are we doing horribly? What could we be doing better? What's your hope for Twitter's potential as a service?” Dorsey asked. What @elonmusk thinks Twitter could be doing better. #OneTeam pic.twitter.com/BvAUee7rmn — Mary Kate (@_maryjordan) January 16, 2020 He further asked, "If you were running Twitter, what would you do?" Well, Musk had one simple reply and he said Twitter could do better at distinguishing bots from real people. Musk said, "I think it would be helpful to differentiate between real and you know, not just like a verified person, but is this a real person, or is this a botnet or a sort of troll army or something like that? Basically, how do you tell if the feedback is real or someone trying to manipulate the system? Or probably real or probably trying to manipulate the system." © Reuters This is something that Twitter has heavily invested in. In fact, this is something we recently encountered during an on-going protest in India. It became really difficult to tell whether it was real people who were tweeting and spreading misinformation or just some random bots. We're glad Elon Musk decided to point it out directly to the CEO in an open forum. Furthermore, Elon Musk also answered some really interesting questions. Elon believes that the first tweet from Mars will be sent in the next five years from now. .@elonmusk on when the first tweet will be sent from Mars. #OneTeam pic.twitter.com/mW4y6FLDBq — Mary Kate (@_maryjordan) January 16, 2020 Elon Musk is one of the most influential people on Twitter. With over 30 million followers, Musk uses the platform to communicate with Tesla customers, solving their problems. View the full article
  8. After Toni Kroos' sensational corner-kick goal thronged social media, the Spanish Super Cup once again became the talk of the town following Atletico Madrid's 3-2 win over Barcelona on 10th January. After Koke opened the scoring for Atletico, Lionel Messi brought Barcelona on level terms with a goal in the 51st minute. Eleven minutes later, Antoine Griezmann's cool finish saw Barcelona taking a 2-1 lead which initially seemed good enough to edge past their counterparts. But, contrary to popular perception, Atletico made a spirited comeback through a successful penalty kick from Alvaro Morata before Angel Correa scored the winner in the 86th minute. While a brilliant comeback from Diego Simeone's men captured the imagination of their fans, it was the heated exchange between Messi and Joao Felix that became a topic of great debate on social media. The Portuguese wonderkid, who was snapped up from Benfica last summer, squared up with Barcelona captain Messi before half-time with the 0-0 deadlock. Things got a little chippy between Barcelona and Atlético Madrid. pic.twitter.com/7vVT6FB8J7 — ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) January 9, 2020 The two La Liga stars were seen exchanging a few words before Barcelona defender Gerard Pique rushed in to separate the pair. And, only moments later, other Barcelona players swamped Felix as tensions continued to soar on the pitch. Former Liverpool star Luis Suarez also got involved in what appeared to be another heated spat before other players from both the sides stepped in to calm things down. Felix had also lost his temper earlier in the match when Jordi Alba touched his face, prompting the Atleti youngster to slap the Barca left-back's finger away. While we will never get to know what led to the heated exchange between Felix and Messi, it didn't stop football fans from using it as an opportunity to create hilarious memes. Cristiano Ronaldo: Next time you play against Lionel Messi, tell him I said “I'm better than him”. Joao Felix: Yes GOAT ð Joao Felix : Cristiano Ronaldo is better than you Messi: Say that again? Joao: Abeg shift. Even I, already have an international trophy at 19 Messi: ð¢ pic.twitter.com/eNTKTCQ5j5 — B h a d o o s k y (@BhadmusAkeem) January 9, 2020 A short La Liga story the Barcelona - Atletico Madrid Joao Felix: Cristiano Ronaldo is better than you Lionel Messi: I dare you to say it again Joao Felix: Are you deaf? Even I, already have an international trophy at 19 Messi: pic.twitter.com/L8hYP8GXq4 — Tweeter (@dawhiizz) January 10, 2020 Joao Felix: Bro your breath smells like garlic Lionel Messi: what the hell bro i brush every after i score a goal Joao: Well that's 2019 i guess!! Messi: Suarez!!!!!! this kido is feeling his dicko pic.twitter.com/ksMyiqJuy9 — Metrican⢠(@mutebi_69st) January 10, 2020 João Felix after the match watching a video of himself and Lionel Messi in the little fight pic.twitter.com/6BcHaScZxa — ALAGBADA, the BOMB™ â ï¸ð³ð¬ (@AlagbadaBomb) January 9, 2020 Messi meant to be role model what is he teaching the younger generation by starting a fight with a kid? Messi is arrogant and deserves a 5 game ban — Tyler Durden (@retewc) January 9, 2020 The way Felix puts his hands around his waist, like what's wrong with these midgets. — BloØdegaard (@madrid_deity) January 9, 2020 The two biggest football cowards: Messi & Suarez. They love to start the fight and then run to be defended by their team mates. Joao is a true one — Aldo Chavez (@aldo_chavez) January 9, 2020 View the full article
  9. Gabrielle wrote an extensive note her Instagram, announcing that after visits to Muslim countries like Pakistan, the solo motorcyclist has converted to Islam.—Photo: @rosiegabrielle InstagramPakistanis took to social media on Thursday to congratulate Canadian traveler Rosie Gabrielle after she wrote a note explaining that she accepted Islam after spending a year in Pakistan. Twitter users were quick to appreciate the traveller for highlighting a positive and peaceful image of Pakistan and showered love on her for showing the beauty of the religion. Gabrielle wrote an extensive note her Instagram, announcing that after visits to Muslim countries like Pakistan, the solo motorcyclist had converted to Islam. The vlogger, who toured the countries on a motorbike, said her experiences in the Muslim-majority countries brought her closer to Islam. Read more: Canadian traveler Rosie Gabrielle converts to Islam "From a young child, I’ve always had a unique connection with creation and special relationship to God," she wrote. "Never resonating with what I was brought up with, I denounced my religion 4 years ago, going down a deep path of spiritual discovery. exploration of self, and the great Divine. I never let go the sight of the Creator, in fact, my curiosity and connection only grew stronger. "For me, I was already technically a “Muslim”. My Shahada was basically a re-dedication of my life to the path of Oneness, connection and Peace through the devotion of God," she added. Former Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi, who left his profession because of religious reasons, said "Masha Allah... May God give you strength, contentment & bless you in this temporary life & the coming eternal life & make you one of those who make ppl aware of the fact tht one day, very soon, we will all stand accountable for our deeds on the Day of Judgement." Pakistani actress Veena Malik also congratulated the traveller for her decision and said welcomed her "to the Religion of Peace". Another person added that this was the "best news" to wake up to and negated the view that Islam is an oppressive religion. Another Twitter user thanked Gabrielle "for showing the world how much love and peace" the traveller found in Pakistan. "I've always believed that anyone with kindness & humanity in their hearts is a true Muslim and will eventually find their way to Allah; And you had have tons of that," she said. One person highlighted that the reason for her conversion was because they found peace in the religion. She added that "Muslims have a responsibility to be better humans". "We should set better examples to diminish misinterpretations," she said. Daniyal quoted a verse from the Holy Quran to appreciate Gabrielle's decision to convert to Islam. "Impressed by the unprecedented hospitality and love by the people of Pakistan. Now, she accepted Islam," tweeted Mian Ayub. "May God bless her with strength to stay on right path," he added.
  10. Can money really buy happiness? Well, in one of a kind social experiment, a Japanese billionaire named Yusaku Maezawa is planning to give away a huge amount of money to his social media followers to draw some inferences from it. His bizarre idea has received a lot of mixed reactions from the people on the internet. Basically, Yusaku wants to understand if money can truly buy happiness and he has decided to give away a whopping 9 million dollars to 1000 random Twitter followers. His tweet has already gone viral. Besides, his post also has a video where he is explaining his concern for this “serious social experiment”. ð謹è³æ°å¹´ð ãç·é¡10ååã#å澤ãå¹´ç 100ä¸åã1000人ã«ãã¬ã¼ã³ããã¾ãï¼ 100ä¸åã§çãã¾ã®äººçããããããã¼ã«ãªãã¾ãããã«ã å¿åæ¹æ³ã¯åã®ãã©ã­ã¼ã¨ãã®ãã¤ã¼ãã®ãªãã¤ã¼ããç· åã¯1æ7æ¥23:59ã¾ã§ã ä¼ç»è¶£æ¨ãå½é¸æ¡ä»¶ãªã©ã¯YouTubeã§èª¬æãã¦ã¾ãã https://t.co/kBgwwmJoaP pic.twitter.com/1Fr0Vq4i6Z — Yusaku Maezawa (MZ) å澤åä½ (@yousuck2020) December 31, 2019 He hopes that this experiment is beneficial to economists as well in tracking how the world can work with money being readily available. His idea is to see how getting a basic fixed income can affect people's lives. Interestingly, Yusaku is also the only private passenger who flew on Elon Musk's Space X and is one of the biggest entrepreneurs in the world who is always making headlines for some or the other reason. Well, we'd love to participate in this social experiment and contribute to whatever conclusions he wants to draw. View the full article
  11. US President Donald Trump — File photoAmid rising tensions with Iran, United States President Donald Trump made a surprising speech on Wednesday, in which he spoke of additional sanctions against Iran, while hinting at deescalation of conflict at the same time. After the calculated and much-hyped speech, social media users discussed at length the major international crisis. A few took the speech as the 'first step towards deescalation' while others were not so kind in their opinion regarding the US president's speech. Pakistani politician and Senator Sherry Rehman welcomed the notion of peace in the address. Another praise for the speech. Politician Marvi Memon also seconded a journalist on his views. Some were also critical of the US President Trump's address. The speech was also taken as a first step towards de-escalation of conflict.
  12. The incident at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has left the nation shook once again. Disturbing videos and photos of the breakout have been surfacing on the internet. A lot of celebrities including Swara Bhasker, Dia Mirza, Sonam Kapoor and many more took to their social media to express their views. Recently, Ayushmann Khurrana also shared a poem written by him on Twitter around India's democracy. However, his cryptic tweet has left the people confused. Is he really supporting the students or not? Read his tweet here- à¤à¤à¤¸à¤¾à¤¨à¤¿à¤¯à¤¤ सॠबड़ा à¤à¥à¤ नहà¥à¤ धरà¥à¤® नहà¥à¤, सियासत नहà¥à¤. धन नहà¥à¤, विरासत नहà¥à¤. à¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥ à¤à¥ हॠसà¥à¤ नà¤, हॠà¤à¤²à¤ तॠà¤à¤²à¤ सहà¥, पर तà¥à¤à¥ à¤à¤¸ सà¥à¤ à¤à¥ नà¥à¤à¤¨à¥ à¤à¤¾ हà¤à¤¼ नहà¥à¤, यहॠभारत à¤à¤¾ लà¥à¤à¤¤à¤à¤¤à¥à¤° हà¥, à¤à¤° à¤à¤¸à¤®à¥à¤ à¤à¤¿à¤¸à¥ à¤à¥ शà¤à¤¼ नहà¥à¤à¥¤ -à¤à¤¯à¥à¤·à¥à¤®à¤¾à¤¨ — Ayushmann Khurrana (@ayushmannk) January 6, 2020 His poem is in context of the violence that took place in Delhi's JNU but netizens wants the celebrities to take a clear stance and here's what they have to say- à¤à¤à¤¤ à¤à¤¾ पता नहà¥à¤ बात à¤à¤¾ पता नहà¥à¤ à¤à¥à¤ भॠलिठफरà¥à¤à¥ तà¤à¤¤à¥à¤° लà¥à¤à¤¤à¤¨à¥à¤¤à¥à¤° लà¥à¤à¤¤à¤¨à¥à¤¤à¥à¤° à¤à¥à¤ à¤à¤¬ à¤à¥à¤ दॠà¤à¥à¤ à¤à¥ रà¥à¤ दॠबात पलà¤à¤¨à¥ à¤à¤¾ मà¤à¤¤à¥à¤° लà¥à¤à¤¤à¤à¤¤à¥à¤° लà¥à¤à¤¤à¤¨à¥à¤¤à¥à¤° à¤à¥à¤¦ हॠबढ़à¤à¥ à¤à¥à¤ à¤à¤° सिर सभॠà¤à¥ फà¥à¤¡à¤¼à¤à¤° à¤à¤¬ à¤à¥à¤ à¤à¤µà¤¾à¤¬ दॠà¤à¤¾ वहॠà¤à¤à¤² सा मà¤à¤¤à¥à¤° लà¥à¤à¤¤à¤¨à¥à¤¤à¥à¤° लà¥à¤à¤¤à¤¨à¥à¤¤à¥à¤°@rahulroushan — à¤à¤à¥à¤à¥à¤¯à¤µà¤¾à¤¦à¥ (@Tsudhir3) January 6, 2020 https://t.co/BeZt2n7YII — Saurav Taragi (@LifevsZindagi) January 6, 2020 तà¥à¤®à¥à¤¹à¤¾à¤°à¥ यॠà¤à¤¾à¤®à¥à¤¶à¥ à¤à¤² तà¥à¤®à¥à¤¹à¤¾à¤°à¥ बà¤à¥à¤à¥à¤ à¤à¥ लिठरà¥à¤¨à¤¾ बन à¤à¤¾à¤à¤à¥ !#JNUViolence #JNUUnderAttack — @AHindinews (@Mdshahzadalam4) January 6, 2020 Don't you think if you tagged the ones you happily click selfies with, the possibility of them listening to the plight of hapless students would increase? Or are you just going to capitalise on their suffering and make a movie out of this? — Akil Bakhshi (@akil_bakhshi) January 6, 2020 Film hi nahi dekhni aaj ke bad aise desh virodi logo ki — Kshatriya Brijendra Singh (@KshatriyaBrije4) January 6, 2020 #IndiaDoesSupportCAA we love u ayush — Hello Cinemað (@CinemaHello) January 6, 2020 Ab se me telugu movie hi dekhunga atleast they stand with nation ⤠Except siddharth movie.. — Vikram Singh ð®ð³ (@The__Vikram) January 6, 2020 Thank God @ayushmannk. I was beginning to think bollywood has grown on you and taken your spine away. Feel such relief it hasn't. Yet. — serendipity_believer (@JayantiBhasker) January 6, 2020 Ha ha ha...kindly go n have selfie with them... — Anurag (@Anurag83806263) January 6, 2020 On the personal front, Ayushmann Khurrana was on a vacation along with his wife Tahira and kids and was supposed to return by January 2020. What do you think of Ayushmann's obscure tweet? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  13. Ayeza Khan's 'Meray Paas Tum Ho' trends yet again as Twitter was left amused after Saturday's episodeHumayun Saeed, Ayeza Khan and Adnan Siddiqui's Meray Pass Tum Ho has recently begun trending yet again as Twitter was sent into fits of laughter and amusement after Saturday's episode hit main stream TV. Some fans were floored by dialogues while others turned to creating hilarious memes at the show's expense. One of the most top trending posts featured a rented car which, eagle-eyed observers noted to be rented from a car rental page online. A screenshot of the ad was posted side by side to the car's license plate in the drama. One user captioned his post with the following words, "Pakistanis are better researchers then NASA #MerePaasTumHo." Others took to the show's recent plot twists with a fine tooth comb, asking what the previous episode was even about while one user questioned the emotional availability of Shehvar's wife. Lamenting over the situation in the country and the public's extensive interest in dramas, another user pointed out a sad truth about Pakistani citizens, they were quoted saying, "If our people take Pakistan's progress as seriously as they take drama's, we would have made progress by now. Some Twitter users took a jab at the show in the most light-hearted of ways.
  14. Jasprit Bumrah is one of those stars for the Indian cricket team who brought about the idea of 'scary Indian non-spinners' to international cricket. While there are bowlers like Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami who have worked hard on their deliveries and are now integral parts of the various formats of the game for the team, Bumrah has proven himself to be irreplaceable. Fantastic five for Shami but standing ovation for Bumrah .. 1/44 in a 337 run innings. Five overs on the trot at death. Number 1 for a good darn reason.. The real boom boom #IndvEng — Jatin Sapru (@jatinsapru) June 30, 2019 Sure bowling 'fast' is a skill but to be able to control it the way Jasprit Bumrah does it at just 26 years of age is sensational and something only a handful of bowlers from all over the world have the ability to do. So when Bumrah was diagnosed with a stress fracture, something that has ended many careers in the past, the Indian cricket fraternity had their fingers crossed, hoping for a speedy recovery and to see the star return to the field better than before. Just In: Jasprit Bumrah Ruled out of India-South Africa Tests due to stress fracture, to be replaced by Umesh Yadav — Vikrant Gupta (@vikrantgupta73) September 24, 2019 And even though the cricketer did a great job updating his fans about his recovery process, constantly sharing videos and images of lifting weights and eventually returning to the nets and even breaking stumps during practice, his official return to the Indian roster was much anticipated. The End. #ForTheSessionAndTheStumps ð¥ð¥ pic.twitter.com/79loGeUqgT — Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) November 26, 2019 Our prayers were finally answered on Monday when the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the T20I squad for the upcoming three-match series against a visiting Sri Lankan team in January 2020. India's T20 squad against Sri Lanka: Virat Kohli (Capt), Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer,Manish Pandey, Sanju Samson, Rishabh Pant (wk), Shivam Dube, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav,Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Navdeep Saini, Jasprit Bumrah, Washington Sundar#INDvSL — BCCI (@BCCI) December 23, 2019 Hailed as the 'yorker king of India', Bumrah is finally and officially back to play for the country and we will get to hopefully watch him dominate the pitch in the new year just like he did throughout 2019. His fans from all around the world celebrated this moment on Twitter: Jasprit Bumrah's return to the side is a very pleasing news. Thankfully our AWM gun recovered and didn't suffer for long. We will have 30â more impact. — Silly Point (@FarziCricketer) December 23, 2019 Boom ð ð#JaspritBumrah pic.twitter.com/11MEmz55NG — Jersey No. 93ð (@Jerseyno93) December 23, 2019 Boom boom is back â¤ï¸ — aman kathuria (@kathuriaaman7) December 23, 2019 Cricket has missed you much — Weneh (@Weneh1) December 23, 2019 Finally boom boomð£ð¥ð£ð¥ð£ð¥ Bumrah is back. Waiting eagerly for his comeback..... ðð pic.twitter.com/2G7fGgs8ln — Mayank Sharma (@The_SharMayank) December 23, 2019 The right-arm pacer is also picked for the following ODI series against Aaron Finch's Australian side which begins January 14. India's ODI squad against Australia: Virat Kohli (Capt),Rohit Sharma (vc), Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul,Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, Rishabh Pant (wk, Shivam Dube, Ravindra Jadeja, Yuzvendra Chahal,Kuldeep Yadav, Navdeep Saini,Jasprit Bumrah,Shardul Thakur, Mohd. Shami. — BCCI (@BCCI) December 23, 2019 View the full article
  15. We've reached this point now, that politicians are openly threatening individuals online for just voicing their opinions. So, basically, freedom of speech is not a thing? Mohit Bharatiya, General Secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Mumbai, appeared to have gotten offended by a tweet posted by comedian Kunal Kamra following which the politician made a direct threat to him on Twitter. It all started with a picture shared by BJP's Amit Malviya. I support Prime Minister Modi. #NewProfilePic pic.twitter.com/cIEPSnsOmt — Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) December 18, 2019 While there is so much going on this picture, I really want to ask him why did he start off with the opposition? They will, obviously, not be in favour of PM Modi. That's what the word 'opposition' means, sir. Since it is clearly a problematic picture, Kunal Kamra decided to fix it, and well, here it is. *FIXED IT* pic.twitter.com/psY3Kiyw4O — Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) December 18, 2019 Keeping just the 'media and Bollywood is against you' from the original one, he had some extra additions about who is supporting PM Modi. He added '352 MPs, all the Indian bigots, corrupt criminals and rapists, RSS, NRI Dhokla Mafia'. He conveyed the message that 'common men and women are against him' as 'the nation doesn't need him'. Well, that wouldn't sit well with some BJP people, of course, because freedom of speech only applies to trolls who are always supporting BJP, right? One person who Kunal seemed to have irked the most, was Mohit Bharatiya, General Secretary of BJP Mumbai, who decided to use his huge platform to openly issue threats. Take my Words U will also be Fixed Soon @kunalkamra88 https://t.co/sjwySc3bsg — Mohit Bharatiya (@mohitbharatiya_) December 18, 2019 Kunal Kamra, on the other hand, had a suggestion for something that needs to be fixed first. Economy fix kardo bhai ððð https://t.co/TicMjdduYp — Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) December 18, 2019 The Twitter fight continued. I am a true patriot and will keep voicing my opinion against you and your so-called liberal but actually Urban Naxal gang who is misleading & trying to destabilize the country. https://t.co/YAdGt0ZeKQ — Mohit Bharatiya (@mohitbharatiya_) December 19, 2019 “Mark my words one day you'll be fixed” is not voicing an opinion it's giving a threat... If I'm 'destabilising' the country & misleading people with my 'content' take me to court not kangaroo court... Also when people holding a political office make threats like these 1/N https://t.co/lFGLD72udU — Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) December 19, 2019 Even Swara Bhaskar came to his defence while calling out the government. So is that the General Secretary of @BJP4India Mumbai openly threatening @kunalkamra88 on social media??? Seems like that to me! What wonderful and responsible conduct for an office bearing member of the ruling party! Makes us citizens feel so safe! ðð½ðð½ðð½ðð½ @MumbaiPolice pic.twitter.com/Nbo4fRW88r — Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) December 18, 2019 Sigh. When will our beloved politicians learn to weight and measure their words before putting them out, especially on social media? View the full article
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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...
  21. 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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  23. 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
  24. 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...
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