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  1. The 20-year-old was toying with a loaded gun when he accidentally shot himself and died on the spot
  2. University of Mehran in Jamshoro has said that it will bear all educational expenses of the shepherd's son
  3. Kate Middleton talks about children in her new video posted to official Twitter account of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
  4. There are car accidents everywhere but then there are a few that could have been avoided and only took place due to the driver’s negligence. Recently, comedian and actor Sunil Grover took to his Instagram and shared an example of a car accident that could have been avoided if the driver paid a little attention. The video shows a driver ramming a brand new Kia Carnival minivan into a showroom wall just after buying the car. The video has been going viral on the internet ever since and but this isn’t the first time this video has surfaced on the internet. Earlier, this video went viral in June and was then uploaded on YouTube. Sunil Grover wrote while sharing the video, "New car, directly from showroom to service station.” Checkout the video here- View this post on Instagram In the video that was uploaded on YouTube, a showroom employee can be seen explaining something to the driver and the car has a few people sitting inside along with the driver. Next thing we see is that the car starts moving but the driver loses control in seconds and rams the car straight into the wall. This is not it, the car hits the wall many times when the driver is trying to reverse the car and that’s how people started speculating that the driver didn’t know how to drive an automatic car. Now, this is really weird and none of us can empathize with the pain of ramming a brand new car. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  5. The woman's father files complaint with police that her daughter set fire to their house while filming a TikTok video
  6. As we sit back on a chilly Saturday morning, sipping on a warm cup of tea, all cosied up in our thick blankets with our geysers switched on to get piping hot water on demand, a video has surfaced on the internet that shows what it takes for us, the common people of India, to be able to afford all these luxuries. Undefeatable...Unshakeable Jai Hind 🇮🇳 @adgpi #Ladakh pic.twitter.com/tmccMjFrmn — Major Surendra Poonia (@MajorPoonia) November 21, 2020 This video, shared by Special Forces Veteran Major Surendra Poonia on Twitter is reportedly of Ladakh in which one of the jawans of the Indian Army can be seen on duty, in what can only be described as unbelievably extreme weather conditions. With the place absolutely submerged in snow, the soldier in black uniform is stationed to guard a spot with nothing but a rifle in his hands and the sheer resolve to not move away until he receives further instructions from his Commanding Officer. © Reuters Apart from the cruelly-low temperatures and all the snow, it is also the wind that makes the surroundings way colder than it would have been without the wind. Indians came together in hailing the soldier and all the other defence personnel who have dedicated their lives to protect the integrity of the nation and fight off terror and invaders at the borders. Pranams to those great souls standing in for the peace of all of us they stand for a purpose not knowing if they will live the next minite..and stand beyond all the unwanted political fights the clowns have here.. — Ganesh (@GaneshMylapore) November 21, 2020Undeniably and unquestionably the most respected humans in this world - the Defence forces. We wouldn't be living our lives the way we desire, if it wasn't for you men — Shubha Tiwari Asthana (@ShubhaTiwari2) November 21, 2020Bharat Mata Ki Jai Thank you Soldiers for everything you do for our country ।।ॐ गं गणपतये नमः।।#Justice4MCIEmployees — Mango Man (@MiglGaurav) November 21, 2020Koti Koti Pranaam You all make us safe n secured. Patriotic feeling is swelling up in my chest with pride. Jai Hind Ki Sena 🇮🇳 — 🇮🇳☸️ Desh, Dharm & Dhaiv Sanatan🇮🇳 (@DharmBhakt) November 21, 2020Cost of Freedom and Democracy.. Salute !! — Hari Shankar Singh Kandari 🇮🇳 (@hsskindia) November 21, 2020 “Cost of freedom and democracy,” indeed. Now, to those who feel that nobody forced these men to become soldiers and say that they could have been anything else but chose to put their lives on the line, I get your point, but the fact that they are willing to sacrifice themselves so that we can peacefully sleep at night is worth acknowledging and showing respect towards. You don’t have to go out and start shouting slogans in favour of our soldiers unnecessarily, but you must realise the value of the lavishness with which you can afford to live your lives. There is someone who has not even met you and has no idea who you are, but is still ready to die for you in a heartbeat. © Reuters Real patriotism isn’t when you go on live television and shout your lungs out “Bharat Mata Ki Jai”. As George Orwell once said “By 'patriotism' I mean devotion to a particular place and a particular way of life, which one believes to be the best in the world but has no wish to force upon other people.” There is no better symbol of real patriotism than this soldier, standing his ground against nature and those who wish to take away this country’s dignity. View the full article
  7. The woman had fired shots into the air in Lahore and recorded a video of the act, which went viral on social media
  8. Skipper Babar Azam will captain Pakistan for the first time as it takes on New Zealand in the upcoming Test series
  9. There have been numerous studies in the past claiming that playing video games can be beneficial for mental health and it seems like a new scientific study by the University of Oxford reaffirms the same. The study used industry data from gaming companies to analyse wellbeing of players and see the effects on mental health. The research by the University of Oxford analysed two specific games i.e. Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Electronic Arts’ Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville. © Unsplash It was found that players who spent time playing the two games reported that they felt happier. Having said that, it is worth pointing out that the study was only limited to the two games and did not use data from other games. The researchers also did not conclude whether increased playtime was the reason behind the participants experiencing better mental health. "Our findings show video games aren't necessarily bad for your health; there are other psychological factors which have a significant effect on a person's well-being," Andrew Przybylski, Director of Research at the Oxford Internet Institute and the study's lead author said. "In fact, play can be an activity that relates positively to people's mental health -- and regulating video games could withhold those benefits from players.” To put things into perspective, the researchers used data and survey responses from 2,756 players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons and 518 players of Plants vs. Zombies. Data from the games shared with the researchers was anonymous and the researchers surveyed the participants separately about their wellbeing. © Unsplash This is not the first time a study has concluded that video games could be beneficial for mental health. In fact, if you are interested in knowing what researchers are saying about video games and mental health, read our detailed op-ed about the topic here. Having said that, the University of Oxford is also looking to find any negative impacts caused by video games on mental health. “I’m very confident that if the research goes on, we will learn about the things that we think of as toxic in games,” Przybylski said, “and we will have evidence for those things as well.” The researches are hoping to introduce a higher standard of evidence about video game addiction or digital harms in general. “You have really respected, important bodies, like the World Health Organization and the NHS, allocating attention and resources to something that there’s literally no good data on. And it’s shocking to me, the reputational risk that everyone’s taking, given the stakes. For them to turn around and be like, ‘hey, this thing that 95% of teenagers do? Yeah, that’s addictive, no, we don’t have any data,’ that makes no sense,” Przybylski said. Video games have been found to have many benefits for gamers, especially in the post-COVID era. Games have been found to develop cognitive thinking, help people with pre-existing mental health issues and helping socialise with friends when isolated. New studies have cast doubt on long-held assumptions that video games can cause addiction, violence and aggression. View the full article
  10. Lahore police say they recovered weapons from the detained individuals and were carrying out raids to nab the remaining four
  11. Meghan Markle's best pal Jessica Mulroney shared a new workout video to give fans a major fitness goals
  12. Amber Heard shared the video on her Twitter account on Sunday
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