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  1. When we think of a vacation to Dubai, a whirlwind of thoughts cross our mind. Right from sunbathing at the Royal Mirage to experiencing the surreal Burj Khalifa, the city hosts some larger-than-life experiences. However, thereâs always more than meets the eye. This futuristic, multi-cultural city with a stunning coastline is a melting pot of festivities. When in Dubai, be rest assured that your bag will always be full of possibly everything from clothes to jewellery. What's more? Not only will you get to shop your heart out but also get a chance to win amazing prizes at the Dubai Shopping Festival. Yes! The Dubai Shopping Festival is back and itâs bigger and better this year, as they celebrate their 25th anniversary. For those of you who don't know, the Dubai Shopping Festival is an annual month-long event complete with an outdoor stage for live concerts with international superstars, dazzling fireworks displays, citywide raffles, a whole host of events for the family and, of course, unbeatable retail experiences. For its 25th edition, DSF 2020 is reigniting the love for Souks in the city as the festival is taking place at Souk Naif, Souk Al Rashidya, and Souk Al Hamriya. While the festival in itself is as extravagant as they come, this year, they are pushing the envelope even further by offering prizes that will blow your minds. If you are there between December 26th 2019 and February 1st 2020, then all you need to do is shop. Itâs that simple! Even if you spend as little as AED 100, shoppers can go on to win a brand new car and not just any car but a Nissan KICKS. The promotion is raffle-based so every shopper has to enter it in order to win. But, thatâs not all. One can also stand to win 2.5kg of gold. Thatâs right, pure gold. In order to stand a chance to win, a limited amount of coupons are available for purchase online for AED 750. Once you buy that coupon, itâs a random raffle selection where the winner of 2.5kg gold bar will be announced on February 1st, live at 10:30 pm on Sama Dubai TV. So, if you are planning a shopping trip to Dubai or are already there, then head to the Souks because this festival can be your chance to win big! View the full article
  2. Razer is known for bringing some of the best products at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) every year. Some of their prototype devices like crazy triple-screen laptops have stolen the show previously. So, we were super excited to see what the company brings to the table this year. Since mobile gaming has become so popular in 2019 and it's only expected to grow even more in 2020, it looks like Razer decided to do something for the mobile gaming community. They showcased something called the Razer Kishi gamepad, which is one of the best gamepad we've ever seen for mobile phones. Here, check it out - One of the best things about the controller is that it connects to the phone directly via the charging ports instead of a Bluetooth connection. It's perfect for low-latency gaming, something which is very crucial for competitive gaming. And since the gamepad uses the port, Razer has included a passthrough charging at the bottom right side. That way, you won't have to worry about running out of battery while hitting your targets. This is unique to this gamepad and not a lot of controllers offer that. © Razer Kishi also comes with a "universal fit", thanks to its gamevice belt on the back. With the help of that, it can fit in both small and XL-sized phones very easily. So, let's just say that any new phone with a USB-Type C or a lightning port will work with the Kishi controller. As for the buttons, the controller has the standard shoulder buttons, one D-Pad and four regular buttons basic controls. It's perfect for both current mobile games as well as cloud gaming. Cloud gaming, for those of you who don't know, is said to be on the rise and it looks like we'll soon be able to play our standard console games on our mobile phones. © YouTube/ Engadget So, imagine racing in Forza Horizon 4 or taking down enemies in Gears 5. Yes, it's going to be awesome. We didn't get a chance to play with the controller just yet, but we just can't wait to get our hands on it and play the games. Unlike Razer's laptops and phones, most peripherals make their way to India, so we think the new Kishi controller will also be available soon in the country. We're not sure about the pricing yet, but it should be priced at around $100, which is roughly around Rs. 7,000. View the full article
  3. Restaurant reservation app Dineout recently published a fascinating annual report, and amongst a list of interesting statistics, one in particular stands out. It seems like the city of Bengaluru has become an undisputed dining hotspot, with one man footing a bill of Rs 2,76,988 at a pub, while another watering hole clocked in over 1 million diners. That's a lot of dishes to wash and bottles to recycle. In fact, the bill is so ridiculous, it's just about what you'd pay to step out of a showroom with a brand new Maruti Alto or Datsun Redi-Go. Not interested in a car? The bill could also cover a trip to London and back again - in Emirates first class seats. Meanwhile, Udaipur stepped up as well - it seems like the 'City of Lakes' played host to the biggest number of couples, with the highest number of 'tables for two'. Indore had the most 'tables for four' reservations and oddly enough, seemed to dine out most often on Thursdays - 60% of Indians dined out on weekends, specifically. With the rise of restaurant culture in India's metros and a no-cooking lifestyle emerging across India's urban youth, it's not surprising that Indians dined out over 5 billion times last year, with 52% of us preferring to dine at casual restaurants as opposed to fast food outlets and fine dining options. Close to 4566 tables were reserved per hour, and the average bill value for dining out was Rs 1600, whereas for ordering in, it was Rs 300. It's also interesting to note that Indians are pretty late eaters - the global average dinnertime sits between 6PM and 8PM, while desi dinners usually happen between 8PM and 10PM. Gotta' blame post-work traffic for that one. So if you're worried that you've been spending too much on dining out, don't worry. You're certainly not alone. View the full article
  4. Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday launched the "Hunarmand Jawan" program aimed at the skill development of the youth across the country. Salient Features: 1-Development & Standardization of 200 Technical & Vocational Education & Training (TVET) Qualifications 2-International Accreditation of 50 Pakistani TVET Institutes and initiation of Joint Degree Programs with reputed international TVET Institutes 3-Strengthening of NAVTTC’s National Skill Information System (NSIS) and expansion of National Job Portal 4-Establishing 100 Smart Tech labs across Pakistan for distant learning programs in Technical & Vocational Education and Training sector including introduction of soft skills, Business & IT and virtual skill development 5-Establishing 10 country of destination specific facilitation Centers in 10 cities across Pakistan with high outflux of Pakistanis in the international market workers abroad 6-Establishing 70 new labs / workshop in Madrassa(s) to introduce skill development activities all across Pakistan 7-Skill Development Program for 50,000 youth belonging to less developed areas of country especially Balochistan, GB, AJK and newly added districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (Ex-FATA), Southern Punjab & Rural Sindh 8-Skill development training of 50,000 Youth in High-End / High-Tech. technologies in reputed Universities & state of the Art TVET Institutes of Pakistan 9-Apprenticeship training of 25,000 youth in industry under Apprenticeship Act-2018 (Formal & Informal Apprenticeship) in collaboration with provincial TEVTAs 10-Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) of 100,000 youth to certify informally acquired skills inside the country and abroad and training of 8,000 Assessors 11-Establishing National Accreditation Council at ICT 12-Accreditation of 2,000 TVET Institutes all across Pakistan 13-Transfer of Technology through Foreign Training of 500 TVET Teachers in Technologically Advanced Countries and In-country Technical Training of Training of 2,000 TVET Teachers 14-Establishment of 50 Business Incubation Centers to promote self-employment and entrepreneurship in skilled youth
  5. I once read somewhere, "I've learned so much from my mistakes...I'm thinking of making a few more." I think people working at Madame Tussauds either came up with the quote or religious follow it. How else can we justify what they did to Nicki Minaj and her wax statue? This is Nicki Minaj from her hit song Anaconda. © Young Money Entertainment This is how Madame Tussauds thought Nicki Minaj looks like in the 2014 music video. Reportedly, it took them 20 craftspeople and six months to complete the wax figure that looks nothing like her. © Twitter Honestly, if Nicki Minaj fans closed their eyes and draw her based on their imagination, it will still be closer to Nicki than what people at Madame Tussauds turned her into. The statue was originally located in Madame Tussauds museum in Las Vegas and was there for four years before it was recently unveiled in Berlin, Germany. This wax statue looks more like a college assignment that was finished in a span of few hours, despite a month-long deadline and Minaj's fans are clearly not impressed. And we can't even blame them. Did they use @faceapp_ai to make @NICKIMINAJ wax figure? Sis don't look like that.. pic.twitter.com/AOOng7RKC4 — Broke Mom (@BrokeMomLife) January 8, 2020 y'all look at this wax figure ð@NICKIMINAJ i'm so sorry pic.twitter.com/s2Tk3M1rsF — ari (@lordarquaad) January 8, 2020 Listen, I'm not even die hard Nicki Minaj fan but she can RAP & ppl don't give her talent the credit it deserves. That wax figure Madame Tussaud's put out…that's not Onika Maraj. I'm so sorry. Does google not exist? They looked at that mess & said “yh, we got it”. No, you don't. pic.twitter.com/VtQmLYgy0D — Zu (@ghetto004) January 7, 2020 somebody said- the nicki minaj wax figure...look like a Mexican stripper from Houston pic.twitter.com/osTLnxdrNl — Got Chips and Eating Ruffles. (@All_Cake88) January 7, 2020 That wax figure look like it get on social media and say “people always mistake me for Nicki Minaj”... but they don't. No one ever says that. 1 chop. pic.twitter.com/jtrTR1kaX6 — TJ (@KngMclvn) January 8, 2020 Peace and blessing family... This is. Wax figure supposely Nicki Minaj... Thats not her!!!!!!! She looks more like Vanessa Williams in the damn face.... I dont like this family... ð¡ð ð ð pic.twitter.com/VHHJ7SW944 — Ms Spiritual Bunny (@sn_snowbunny1) January 8, 2020 Madame Tussaud's Germany is trying to convince the world this is Nicki Minaj Lol pic.twitter.com/6Yfmutmi4Y — Chocolate Jay (@JayWatkins83) January 7, 2020 So I'm no expert, and I had to google pictures to make sure I was right, but has Madame Tussauds actually SEEN Nicki Minaj before? — Danny Hearn (@Gnoweigh) January 8, 2020 But hey, at least they got her outfit and pose right! As the desi kids say, there should be some marks for the steps even if the answer is wrong. This is not the first time that people at Madame Tussauds went horribly wrong with a celebrity's wax figure. Earlier, celebrities like Beyonce, Nicole Kidman, Selena Gomez, Katrina Kaif, Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Aniston, Leonardo DiCaprio, Chris Hemsworth and Justin Bieber were victims of wax figure fails. View the full article
  6. Indian security personnel stand guard along a deserted street during restrictions in Jammu, August 5, 2019. Photo: ReutersEnvoys from European Union (EU), Australia, Afghanistan and other Gulf countries on Thursday refused India’s invitation to visit occupied Kashmir saying they wanted to meet people of the valley “unescorted”, reported The Hindu. Diplomats from nearly 17 countries were extended an invitation by New Delhi for a two-day visit to occupied Kashmir beginning Thursday, which entered its 158th day of lockdown today. According to NDTV, countries which will take part in the visit include the US, Vietnam, South Korea, Uzbekistan, Guyana, Nigeria, Niger, Argentina Philippines, Norway, Morocco, Maldives, Fiji, Togo, Bangladesh and Peru. "The envoys would first be taken to Srinagar and then later to Jammu to meet the valley’s Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu and other officials", the TV channel reported. Read also: India blocks US senator from visiting occupied Kashmir European sources told NDTV that the envoys from EU said they did not want a "guided tour" unlike the European Parliament members (MEPs) who visited the region under heavy escort in October last year. The Hindu further said the Indian government has decided to organise a separate visit for EU envoys at a later date. When asked, the government sources denied any suggestion that EU envoys had pulled out due to restrictions in the programme, saying the authorities were unable to accommodate all 28 countries on this trip. The publication further said that diplomats from Australia, Afghanistan and Gulf countries declined the invitation due to other commitments. Read also: US ‘very concerned’ about reports of detentions, restrictions in Kashmir Last year in October, 27 European MPs, mainly from far-right parties visited occupied Kashmir to get a first-hand account of the situation in the valley following New Delhi’s move to revoke the special status of the valley. The Indian government had earlier denied entry to US Senator Chris Van Hollen on October 5 in IoK during a trip to South Asian nation. Read also: New York Times publishes scathing editorial on international response to occupied Kashmir “If the Indian government has nothing to hide, they should not worry about people visiting Kashmir and witnessing the situation with their own eyes,” Van Hollen was quoted as saying by The Washington Post. Earlier on August 24, 2019, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and other Indian opposition leaders were asked to return back from Srinagar airport after they landed in the occupied valley to examine the ground situation. The Indian opposition leaders were expected to visit some other parts of the valley, however, authorities in occupied Kashmir did not allow any Indian leader to enter the valley.
  7. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is one of the most influential cricket boards in the world. Some even believe that they are so powerful that they dominate the International Cricket Council (ICC) because of the unbelievable fan-following the sport enjoys in the country. One would therefore presume that the members of the organisation would be well prepared to combat any sort of crisis ahead of an international match and that too on home turf and not put their reputation in jeopardy. But the first of three T20I matches which was scheduled to take place in Guwahati's Barsapara Stadium would force you to think otherwise. © AP Rain is one of the biggest enemies of the game of cricket and it is a mandate for every state-level cricket association to be prepared for dicey weather. However, the Assam Cricket Association did a disappointing job in dealing with the water as the covers used to protect the pitch were reportedly leaking. According to Akash Chopra who was reporting the on-field conditions, the water seemed to be seeping out of the covers and led to the formation of damp patches on the pitch. © AP As if that wasn't enough, the best counter-solution to the issue that the organisation could come up with was to use vacuum cleaners, hair dryers and steam irons to dry the wet spots! Obviously failing in their attempts, the match had to be abandoned without a single ball bowled and the Guwahati crowd didn't get to experience what could have been the first international match in three years. Despite the horrible preparation (which was barely any) it was the warm spirit of the fans present at the venue that kept the night alive. While the game was put on hold, the entire Barsapara stadium sang 'Vande Matarum' together and created a memorable moment. Guwahati, you beauty ð#INDvSL pic.twitter.com/QuZAq7i1E3 — BCCI (@BCCI) January 5, 2020 But the rest of the fans weren't as forgiving and roasted the Indian cricket board for their lack of efficiency ahead of the match: Shame on u @BCCI @BCCIdomestic Richest cricket board in the world, well said pic.twitter.com/gYf3SH5YKA — bp_honnkal (@HonnkalBp) January 5, 2020 BCCI Fans/Clowns :- We've Got The Richest Cricketing Board, We're The Greatest Cricketing Nation, Giant Among Minnows Etc Etc BCCI Reality :- HaHaHaHa ð#INDvSL ð pic.twitter.com/zGXtm964A4 — CriCkeT KinGð¤´ð»ð (@imtheguy007) January 5, 2020 #HareemShah_leaks BCCI Million of rupees zaya karta hai puri dunya me politics kr kei.! Millions of rupees on single IPL contracts. Or Sub se zyada paisa generate krta cricket me but beecharay Dryer se pitch DRY karwa raha hy DRYER IS FANTASTIC Anushka ka lag raha hai pic.twitter.com/jx9alBbq22 — jassi Gujjar (@jassigujjar2251) January 5, 2020 Hair dryer and iron box. Amazing technology used by the richest board. Kamaal hai. Aisa powerful dryer kaunsa mil gaya jo 22 yard pitch sukha dee hamee bhi batayee @ honourable president BCCI pic.twitter.com/t6v9aGz7FN — Madhan Viswanathan (@MadhanViswanat2) January 6, 2020 BCCI the giant of International Cricket when it comes to money... Still uses a hair dryer to dry a ground in India...#INDvSL @BCCI pic.twitter.com/coHIuQohRu — Manju J (@ManjuJovin) January 5, 2020 India is setting example again today!! Steam Iron and hair dryer are being used to dry the pitch on world television.@BCCI have not only put cricket on shame but also they have disappointed the nation. It's Shameful.#INDvSL pic.twitter.com/XdEaVriHPa — Pankaj Singh (@pankajkumar764) January 5, 2020 @BCCI but you didn't justice with those Guwahati people atleast 5 over match was possible. How the water left in pitch due to that match couldn't started. And the last, what equipment u using for drying the pitch hair dryer and iron box. Shameful for world' richest cricket board — Manish Singh (@immanishrajput) January 6, 2020 Are the fans a fuckin joke to you @BCCI? Did you guys actually use an iron and a mini hair dryer to dry the pitch? Thoughts with those who invested so much of time that to on a Sunday. Utter stupidity, this!#INDvSL — Prajakta Bhawsar (@18prajakta) January 5, 2020 View the full article
  8. Jennifer Aniston didn’t want to be seen as a ‘pity party’ after Brad Pitt splitHollywood's most sought-after actor Jennifer Aniston is largely held as someone who hasn't been lucky in her love life. However, the 50-year-old Friends actor thinks otherwise as one of her older interviews has started resurfacing in light of the latest headlines she has been making with her ex-husband Brad Pitt over their rekindled friendship. Speaking to Vogue back in 2008, the Murder Mystery actor had reiterated that her relationships with John Mayer and Vince Vaughn, holding the latter responsible for pulling her out of her dark hole. She said that while she loved Vince and the two seemed to be great fit for the other, their relationship came to an end naturally. Soon after that, Jennifer was making headlines with John Mayer after she accompanied him on his England tour despite admitting to know “little” about his music. While she had wreaked havoc over her linkup with a singer almost nine years younger than her, she expressed her regret over the kind of attention and negative light she was being presented in by the media. She further expressed in the interview that while people see her as someone who hasn’t been lucky with love in her life, she deems herself to be quite fortunate. “I actually feel I've been unbelievably lucky in love. Just because at this stage my life doesn't have the traditional framework to it—the husband and the two kids and the house in Connecticut—it's mine,” she said. She further urged the public back then in the old interview to stop treating her as a “pity party” and to stop reading too much into things pertaining to her personal life.
  9. Sara Ali Khan and Ibrahim Khan have lately become the most adorable celebrity sibling pair that people can't stop gushing over. From posing together for magazine covers to getting clicked having fun on festivals, this cute brother-sister jodi has been giving us some very cute goals. Recently, Sara posted pictures from their New Year vacation on her Instagram and as usual, they are 'killing it'! In Sara's recent Instagram post, both can be seen having fun by the pool-side and the pictures will make you want to chill with your sibling too. Here, have a look- View this post on Instagram When feeling blue isn't a bad thing ð³ð¬ð𧿠@luxnorthmale @ncstravels A post shared by Sara Ali Khan (@saraalikhan95) on Jan 1, 2020 at 6:45am PST Sara captioned the pictures, "When feeling blue isn't a bad thing.” Sara has been active on social media lately and has been posting a lot of pictures from her vacations that are a treat for her fans. View this post on Instagram ðâï¸ððð§¡ðð A post shared by Sara Ali Khan (@saraalikhan95) on Dec 26, 2019 at 5:25am PST Her pool pictures have been creating a storm on social media and why wouldn't they, as she looks stunning. View this post on Instagram âï¸ð¦ðð¶âµï¸ð¤ð A post shared by Sara Ali Khan (@saraalikhan95) on Dec 25, 2019 at 10:13pm PST On the work front, Sara will be next seen in Imtiaz Ali's Aaj Kal along with Kartik Aaryan and will also be seen in 1995 Coolie No. 1 remake directed by David Dhawan alongside Varun Dhawan. View the full article
  10. New Year Eve 2020: Some fireworks events in Pakistan you want to attendPeople of Pakistan on Tuesday witnessed the last sunset of the decade as they geared up for the New Year 2020 celebrations. TV footage showed folks taking in the sunset as they bid farewell to 2019 in Karachi and elsewhere. While expressing hope for a batter tomorrow, they looked excited to ring in 2020. A large number of people are due to witness fireworks events in major cities of the country at midnight. Here are some events that you might want to attend in Pakistan.
  11. Rahul Gandhi honestly doesn't even need to do anything to get trolled but he's also gracious enough to provide people with a lot of content that can be used against him. The poor guy can never catch a break. I actually do kind of feel bad for him, but him dancing is also a hilarious sight for so many people it's great to see everyone come together to make fun of him. Recently, he attended the inauguration of Rashtriya Adivasi Nritya Mahotsav in Raipur where he took part in the traditional dance. On one hand, it's great that he's actively participating and probably being a good guest, but on the other hand, he gets ripped apart online for just breathing so everyone can imagine what him dancing actually did. Here is the video: #WATCH Chhattisgarh: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi takes part in a traditional dance at the inauguration of Rashtriya Adivasi Nritya Mahotsav in Raipur. pic.twitter.com/HpUvo4khGY — ANI (@ANI) December 27, 2019 People are hoping for a career change for him now. Ahh finally you see a lot of performer but among them you can see a naturally given one ! Life finds a way ! — Kishan Jobanputra (@Kjp1795) December 27, 2019 Oh no. The best entertainer. With his comedy he gained millions of fans. Now he started dancing as well. https://t.co/LgbyrzpTTT — à¤à¤¾à¤à¤¾ lame मà¥à¤à¤ (@oldschoolmonk) December 27, 2019 That's brutal. First I thought it's Mr. Bean's new series — The Dark BullTwist™ (@jagatguruindia) December 27, 2019 Umm. Who said pappu cant dance sala! https://t.co/A2uzUHEg6B — Chimaera (@dopamine_surge) December 27, 2019 Cute? OMG! RaGa in 'दà¥à¤²à¥à¤¹à¤¾' type headgear!!!! Looking cuteð https://t.co/cGbJgkz6h2 — Anu Mittal (@stylistanu) December 27, 2019 Hmm. Lol with dhol ðð https://t.co/mLCHz8QVWA — Shri Shri Champ (@ShriShriChamp) December 27, 2019 Oh, for sure. Whatever he does somehow becomes Funnyð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ https://t.co/JuPQJnPjOC — CA Avadhoot Gokhale ð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³ (@iAviGokhale) December 27, 2019 Just a couple? Lightweights. Me and my squad after a couple of shots! https://t.co/Tc67HUsKKp — Visesh (@Visesh_Boss) December 27, 2019 People really just want him to become a dancer. He looks so good here. no idea why is he into politics? https://t.co/3YAiJObRat — Anurag Verma (@Anu_224) December 27, 2019 View the full article
  12. With the wedding season comes some of the greatest responsibilities, like keeping your stomach empty enough to stuff that extra golgappa or gulab jamun, or singing the lyrics of 'Ishq Tera Tadpave' while dancing just so you can shout Oh Ho Ho Ho when the DJ stops, or picking a perfect wedding gift that won't be forwarded like the box of Soan Papdi we get on Diwali. While we can't help you with the first two, we just found the perfect wedding gift that you can give someone and be remembered as a legend for generations to come. And the credit goes to the friends of this Tamil Nadu couple who turned people's misery into a great opportunity. Onions have become so expensive that people are crying just looking at them, forget chopping them. So what better gift can there be than onions to show someone how much you love them. Reuters And that's exactly what the friends of a couple, getting married at Manjakuppam in Cuddalore, did. They gifted the bride and groom a bouquet made from 2.5 kg of onions. According to reports, one of the friends said, "onion is sold at Rs. 195 a kg eating into the budget of the commoners. So we bought 2.5 kg at Rs.500 from a store in Cuddalore and presented it to the couple". That's expensive. Amid rising prices, Tamil Nadu couple gets bouquet of #Onion at #wedding.@ikpsgill1 @delhichatter@hvgoenka @Jainpankajkasan#OnionPrices pic.twitter.com/19Ilzk27He — The Sunil Kapoor™ (@sunilkapoor8) December 9, 2019 As expected, this unique bouquet caught the attention of people at the wedding and on social media, who couldn't stop laughing as the couple and their friends posed with the onions. Woah! These friends must be super rich or really love the couple to go this far. View the full article
  13. Kartik Aaryan's fashion game has always been on point, and he has always known how to maintain a wardrobe that's sophisticated while being essentially eclectic. From expensive jackets that made headlines to quirky numbers, the lad never hesitates when it comes to experimenting with outfits. His latest involves wearing a torn hoodie that also has a massive hole in it (that we can see). Kartik stepped out wearing a pink distressed hoodie with thumb-holes, one that looks comfy af. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Kartik paired it with a floral bomber jacket of the same shade, that put the whole look together. The bold statement put out by the graphic roses is in perfect contrast to the minimalism portrayed by the super functional and hassle-free blue jeans. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Even though Kartik's distressed hoodie most certainly is a fashion statement and not a fashion gaffe, we certainly can take a page out of this book and start wearing (or recycling, whatever floats your boat) our old clothes. A cut or a tear can easily be salvaged, and that piece of clothing can be worn as a statement piece. After all, you know what they say: sustainability begins at home! View the full article
  14. It's often said that the special bond between a son and a father grows stronger with time. Proving just that, Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan took to Twitter to share a letter written by his son Abhishek when he was still a child. It's, indeed, a sweet expression of love from a son to a father. © Instagram/Abhishek Bachchan Big B wrote, “Abhishek in his glory.. a letter to me when I was away on a long outdoor schedule.." Going by the letter written by Abhishek, we can surely guess that he must have been really young when he wrote this one. It reads as, “Darling Papa, How are you? We are all well. I miss you very much. Papa you will be home soon. I am praying for your smile Papa. God is hearing our prayers. Do not worry I will look after mama, Shweta didi and the house. I am naughty sometimes. I love you Papa. Your darling son, Abhishek (sic)." Check out the letter here: T 3549 - Abhishek in his glory .. a letter to me when I was away on a long outdoor schedule .. पà¥à¤¤ सपà¥à¤¤ तॠà¤à¥à¤¯à¥à¤ धन सà¤à¤à¤¯ ; पà¥à¤¤ à¤à¤ªà¥à¤¤ तॠà¤à¥à¤¯à¥à¤ धन सà¤à¤à¤¯ pic.twitter.com/Tatw1VU1oj — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) November 14, 2019 Interestingly, Junior Bachchan also re-shared the letter and we are sure, he was quite embarrassed by his own handwriting back then. He wrote, “@SrBachchan evidently before I took a creative letter writing course (sic)." Here's the tweet: . @SrBachchan evidently before I took a creative letter writing course. ð¤¦ð½‍âï¸ https://t.co/VWWMISYgat — Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) November 15, 2019 Just after Big B shared the letter, messages from fans and admirers started pouring, calling it an adorable expression of love from a son to a father. Check out the reactions: Awwww my heart! How adorable is this!!! ð¥ºð¥ºð¥º — Ileana D'Cruz (@Ileana_Official) November 15, 2019 A very affectionate letter from a Child to his father.. ð pic.twitter.com/TGqKLf13zU — Sunetra GangulyEF (@GangulySunetra) November 14, 2019 @SrBachchan. Sir... It's really heartwarming... Love n care is priceless.. N when it's there in a family nothing can be compared to that.. Loved the letter from @juniorbachchan .. A child's heartfelt feelings for his father.. â¤â¤â¤â¤ — shrabani panda (@panda_shrabani) November 15, 2019 Sweet old memories ððððððâ£ï¸â£ï¸â£ï¸â£ï¸â£ï¸ @SrBachchan ððð — Shumaira â¤ï¸ (@shumaira143) November 14, 2019 This is indeed adorable! What are your sweetest memories with your father? Do let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  15. One of the most common blowouts in modern-day relationships is “sexual boredom”. Two people who could once not keep their hands off of each other, would now much rather head for the television remote. But why is it so? *** is supposed to explosive, passionate, and the perfect antidote to bring a couple closer. However, does committed *** have a shelf life? Well, there's no denying that things eventually go from sizzling to scripted and boring. In fact, we have proof! Durex India conducted a study and found 74% of Indians want to try something new in bed. One's got to be innovative to nip the issue of deadbeat *** in the bud. I mean, #WhySoBoring guys? Durex recently uploaded a post which took the internet by storn. Take a look at it! View this post on Instagram India, we have seen the stats but it's time you give us the facts! So tell us, #WhySoBoring? A post shared by Durex India (@durex.india) on Nov 6, 2019 at 8:30pm PST In fact, Bollywood celebrities have been participating in the ongoing discourse as well. View this post on Instagram So this is a pretty staggering statistic presented by @durex.india I've told you why I think it is the way it is, but what do you say? Comment below with the hashtag #WhySoBoring A post shared by Eisha Chopra (@eishachopra) on Nov 7, 2019 at 2:27am PST Okay what's going on? *** is apparently boring now. I think I fall in the 24% that feels that the art of making love isn't boring and hence you gotta help me understand these numbers stated by @DurexIndia ! Comment below with what you think makes *** boring with #WhySoBoring! pic.twitter.com/VZFjpwFKs8 — Kenny Sebastian (@knowkenny) November 7, 2019 Whats up, India? Honestly, the stats by @DurexIndia has me ð³ A country that's having so much *** and yet finding it boring? Let's get creative with this, Comment below why you think *** is boring! #WhySoBoring pic.twitter.com/lNiCGvR3S9 — Bani Jâ¡ï¸ (@bani_j) November 7, 2019 Checkout what the common janta had to say- Do u know ...? The 26% who manages to make *** interesting every single time, how do you do it? Teach us your great mantra, too! @DurexIndia #WhySoBoring — Aashu Kumar (@GulatiCk) November 7, 2019 This 74% are such a disappointment and absolutely an under-estimation! I mean who has the time to spice things every single time? You only get lucky once a while, right? @DurexIndia #WhySoBoring — RITIKA (@Rhitika_) November 7, 2019 Here are 5 possible reasons why you and your partner might be missing the spark in bed lately: 1. Following The Usual Drill Unsplash One rule of thumb, when it comes to good *** is – keep it mysterious! Try new things, prop it up, throw in a new technique, the options are limitless. Because guys, if you've been following the same, battered and tattered *** routine, it's bound to get boring. 2. Neglecting Foreplay Unsplash Good *** has little to do with the actual act of ***, as a majority of it depends on chemistry, foreplay, and emotions. I mean, without a little talking and foreplay, *** is just “wham, bam, thank you ma'am”, and no couple really wants that. 3. Too Comfortable To Make An Effort Unsplash Ever been so comfortable with someone that you stop making efforts? Well, that's a big no-no in bed. Be it what you're wearing, kinky techniques, the sheets to the aroma candles, keep it all evolving and mysterious! 4. Silent *** – A Bummer! Unsplash If your bed is lacking conversation during ***, you need to pump it up. Be it compliments, nicknames, commands or whatever floats your boat, it's bound to spice it up for you guys. 5. Not Communicating What You Want Unsplash It's very crucial to let your partner know what you like in bed, something new you wish to try, a fetish you've suppressed for a while, or anything else! If you're too afraid to communicate this face-to-face, try your hand at sexting. Do what it takes, because talking about *** is a real game-changer. So guys, why do you think *** becomes boring after a point? Leave your answer in the comments section below! View the full article
  16. One would assume that your natural growth cycle will determine how long it'll take to grow your beard. However, if you're doing a couple of things wrong then it might just take longer for you to grow a beard. In fact, there are certain habits that can potentially be harmful to your beard growth: 1. Not Brushing Your Beard As Often © Getty Images Not brushing your beard simply invites tangles that are painful to undo. Besides, regular brushing of the beard leads to a healthy flow of blood which is great for a fast-growing beard in the long run. So, if you don't have a beard comb, get one. 2. Trimming Your Beard Too Often © Getty Images We're sure that you must've heard that, apparently, trimming often plays a huge role in growing your beard. That's not the case. This is a myth and in fact, this will come in the way of growing a long beard. Instead, go for trims when your beard actually demands it for healthy growth. 3. Ignoring Basic Grooming For Your Beard © Getty Images If you take pride in the fact that you don't use anything on your beard except a face wash to wash it once in a while, you should stop right there. This won't get you anywhere. And especially if you have a dry beard or beard dandruff that will only harm your growth further. We suggest dipping your toes in multiple products available in the market today so that you can get a beard that you've always wanted. 4. Avoiding Vitamins For A Good Beard Growth A balanced diet is key but if you find that you're not getting any of the vitamins like vitamin C or Omega-3 fatty acids found in oily fish like salmon and sardines than you should probably make an effort in incorporating these in your diet. 5. Using Shampoo On The Beard © Getty Images Again, you need a beard wash for your beard and not a face wash or a shampoo. The solution designed for a hair shampoo does not work well for the beard, so quit this bad habit if you want to grow your beard fast. 6. Not Washing Your Beard At All © Getty Images Not washing your beard will make it itchy and will make you want to scratch that itch away, which isn't really great for the beard in the long run. So, you need to have a definite beard washing routine in place and you need to stick to that in order to grow a beard. View the full article
  17. Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday said the people of Pakistan don?t accept any ?selected? or ?puppet? prime...
  18. It's been a hot minute since the entire internet was talking about Game of Thrones, but well, the show has come back with a bang. For months, the only thing people could talk about was how the eighth season ruined the entire show but there's a chance for GOT to redeem itself. Kinda. So, it has been announced that a prequel called House of the Dragon is coming to HBO soon and I won't even be exaggerating when I say that fans have gone crazy with the excitement of it. #HouseOfTheDragon, a #GameofThrones prequel is coming to @HBO. The series is co-created by @GRRMSpeaking and Ryan Condal. Miguel Sapochnik will partner with Condal as showrunner and will direct the pilot and additional episodes. Condal will be writing the series. pic.twitter.com/9ttMzElgXm — Game of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) October 29, 2019 Even though not a lot of information has been revealed about the project, it's enough for now. Here's what we do know - as the name suggests, it will revolve around the House Targaryen. The 10-episode series will be set about 300 years before the events of Game of Thrones. It will be based on George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones spinoff book Fire & Blood. While the book focuses on generations of the Targaryen dynasty, we don't know if the series will cover everything or focus on a few particular rulers. Reportedly, it will show Aegon I arriving in Westeros and unifying six of its seven kingdoms with his sister-wives Visenya and Rhaenys. So basically, we will probably see the origin of all the iconic things from Game of Thrones. Finally, there's good news and there's bad news. Bad news is that we don't have a premiere date, not even a hint of when House of the Dragon will finally come out, but on the other hand, it seems like David Benioff and D. B. Weiss - the show creators who were responsible for making GOT go from the most loved show to having the most hated ending - seem to be not involved at all. Unrelated, but there's also a little story of karma that happened recently. Remember how D&D rushed the last season of GOT so they could start working on Star Wars? They are no longer working on Star Wars as well. On to the excited fans, people are so here for the rise of the Targnation. pic.twitter.com/QrwdVljdrV — ¡Oh my Emilia Clarke! (@Oh_my_clarke) October 30, 2019 That video tho. TARGNATION RISE pic.twitter.com/WsSkFZFovk — valerie (@tamarankory) October 30, 2019 Yep. Everytime I think about all the ways they butchered the last seasons of Game of Thrones: pic.twitter.com/dwliOTSLvP — Tuxedo Mask (@TheLoveBel0w) October 30, 2019 Yaas. We're getting a #GameofThrones Targaryen prequel series YOU GUYS #HouseoftheDragonpic.twitter.com/OqtXcU8kAb — Abby Luschei (@abbyluschei) October 30, 2019 Good time to be a Targaryen stan. #GameofThrones #HouseOfTheDragon #TARGARYEN Me, including every Targaryen Stan at this moment: pic.twitter.com/zgEtMhWN07 — — G. (@queen1dany) October 30, 2019 Can't wait for the glorious dragons. Can't wait to see this on-screen. Balerion the Black Dread. #HouseOfTheDragon #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/KFcUk9CNFS — Cam ã«ã 'Force' (@CamDub1) October 30, 2019 Always. So David Benioff and D.B. Weiss rushed #GameOfThrones finale and ruined it for Star Wars project which they now have exited. Somebody tell them THE NORTH REMEMBERS. pic.twitter.com/crU8MfogQ2 — Jasmin Chaudhari (@Messiology10) October 29, 2019 Queue that gif. Holy shit here we go again... #GameOfThrones — Eren KALKAN (@rnklkan) October 30, 2019 It probably will. I enjoyed the fire and blood book. Probably the best book he's written since storm of swords. Hopefully the series starts with Aegon conquest #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/Oz6j2u99rv — सà¥à¤°à¤­ ð²ð±ï¸ð°ï¸ (@iamSBA1) October 30, 2019 View the full article
  19. Apple announced the latest addition to its existing Airpods family and boy, they look gorgeous. The latest Airpods will cost you around Rs 25,000 in India and also come with the much-awaited noise cancellation feature as well. While they might be steeply priced for some, a lot of fans are already excited to buy it. Introducing #Apple #AirPods Pro Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency Mode, Adaptive EQ, Custom Fit Ear Tips, Force Sensor, H1 Chip, "Hey Siri", IPX4 Water Resistance, Wireless Charging - and they sound great!https://t.co/o1BLZB8sj3 — Philip Schiller (@pschiller) October 28, 2019 People on the internet have now put on their thinking caps and the memes are going to flow in 3,2,1… I present to you the new AirPods Pro. #apple #airpods ð pic.twitter.com/3YjKDCBQUj — REDMAMBA (@alani07) October 28, 2019 In case you're wondering what would a 'noise cancellation' feature feel like, here's a demo: Apple's new ad for AirPods Pro demonstrating what noise cancelling software can do. pic.twitter.com/jby7fvbEak — Austin (@mentaltweetness) October 28, 2019 Same bro, same! No big deal. Main bhi usually 250 ke hi headphones leta hun. pic.twitter.com/2k6hbAdZxq — Sagar (@sagarcasm) October 28, 2019 #AirPodsPro #AirPods Me looking at all these memes about the new AirPods with the earphones I stole from the plane pic.twitter.com/mT6gtNHj86 — stream euphoria (@_ninckiminjaj) October 28, 2019 Some feel they look like blow dryers, some feel they just make them feel poorer and for the rest of us, we're only reading memes laughing about them and listening to some music on our 'sasta' pair of headphones. View the full article
  20. Housefull 4, starring Akshay Kumar, Kriti Sanon, Bobby Deol, Kriti Kharbanda, Pooja Hegde and Riteish Deshmukh, has hit the screens and Twitter is flooded with reactions from the audiences. Well, if you go by critics' opinion, the movie is bland and not at all up to the mark. In fact, the audience also agrees with the critics as most of them have found the movie baseless and believe it lacked a script. They are bashing the movie left, right and center. #Housefull4Review DISASTER — NO1 CRITIC (@SULTAN_KI_SENA) October 25, 2019 Don't watch this crap, save your money and enjoy your Diwali with family :) Don't let this crap movie ruin your festival #Housefull4 #Housefull4Review pic.twitter.com/SS7JUsd9vA — Asad (@asadzafran) October 25, 2019 We'll have to give it to this viewer for enduring the film till 20 minutes after interval. #Housefull4Review brain damaging, I had to leave the theater 20 minutes after interval because I have to live, I was unable to see my future #Housefull4 — VD Red (@VD_Utd) October 25, 2019 Others, who endured it for longer had even worse (or better) reactions. #Housefull4Review itni kharab film hai dimaag ka bhosda kr diya — à¤à¤¤à¤°à¤à¤à¥ मिà¤à¤¼à¤¾à¤ (@ChohanSRKian) October 25, 2019 After watching #Housefull4 my Honest #Housefull4Review is :( 1st Half - Torture, Headache Akki fan - Bhai 2nd Half ka bata 2nd Half - Utna bataya kafi nhi hai? Ab kya Theatre mein marega? ð — Adii (@Aditya__17) October 25, 2019 Meanwhile, we wonder if these memes are more hilarious than the movie itself. When someone ask akkians how is #Housefull4 movie.ðð#Housefull4Review pic.twitter.com/2HXow6hK5r — Md.Siraj (@beingMsd_07) October 25, 2019 #Housefull4Review pic.twitter.com/KOAGvPW6LU — Ravan (@Ravana_ADHolic) October 25, 2019 Audience watching #Housefull4 20 minutes after the show startsðð#Housefull4Review pic.twitter.com/eD0ZnMZsIZ — áá·á·á ð¥ (@SRKMATTER_ONLY) October 25, 2019 Audience while watching Torture #Housefull4 ðð¤£ð¤£#Housefull4Review pic.twitter.com/eEtDyHa0w1 — ð ð ð á´¬áµá´¸á´±á´± ᴬᴺᴺᴬ ²'¹¹'¹â¹ (@Insane_Suraj) October 25, 2019 During Interval of #Housefull4 #Housefull4Review pic.twitter.com/j3sZ7AGEI6 — SJ (@Gloriious_SRK) October 25, 2019 Housefull 4 is a comedy that takes one through two parallel universes - one set in 1419 and one in 2019. Director Farhad Samji earlier told IANS, "It is a period comedy... something that we are doing for the first time. The look, clothes, and scale of the film are done on a different level. That's the challenge." Even after watching the trailer, people were like 'who the hell keeps asking for Housefull movies' and guess what? After seeing the reactions, we are wondering what's a bigger challenge - making the movie or watching it. If you want to be warned, you can check out the trailer below: Are you still planning to watch the movie this weekend? Do let us know in the comments section below.
  21. Do you have a “kind and friendly” face? If yes, you have a chance of getting instantly famous and earning around Rs 92 lakh. Wait, don't get all excited yet! It can happen only if you are cool about being the face of a new “humanoid robot”. Imagine your friend calling and telling you that she saw you in London while you were sitting here in New Delhi, drinking bad filter coffee in the office. Well, according to news reports, a British engineering and manufacturing firm known as Geomiq will make you richer only if you are interested in becoming the face of thousands of mass-produced "state-of-the-art humanoid” that is currently working along with an unnamed company. © Reuters In a blog post about the project, Geomiq say, "This will entail the selected person's face being reproduced on potentially thousands of versions of the robots worldwide." The manufacturers have been working on the design from the past five years and the robots will be a companion for senior citizens. Isn't that brilliant? The news reports suggest that the unnamed company, behind the manufacturing of robots, has been privately funded by many independent VCs and a leading fund based out of Shanghai. © Reuters According to the blog post shared by Geomiq, the robot will act as a virtual friend for elderly people. Their manufacturing, suggested the blog, will begin from next year. Besides, they are currently making therapy robots for senior citizens and army veterans to make them feel less lonely. While you're getting all excited about the offer, what if there is a breach of confidentiality and the data is taken by *** robot makers? We see uncountable data thefts daily, and this isn't something that sounds impossible.
  22. When Vicky Kaushal's hit movie URI was released, his now-iconic dialogue "how's the josh" became a viral trend as everyone started making videos saying the powerful line. © RSVP Movies In a new development, it looks like the dialogue has not been restricted to being said by fans, but is also the name of a dish. Recently, the actor shared an image of a restaurant menu on his Instagram story, highlighting a dish named "How's The Josh". It comprises of Rogan Josh, a Kashmiri mutton preparation, accompanied by Jeera Naan. Here's the proof: © Instagram/Vicky Kaushal We wonder if the dish is equally high in taste as the movie was. Talking about URI, the film is based on the Indian Army's surgical strikes on terror launch pads in Pakistan in 2016, as a retaliation for the Uri attack that claimed the lives of 17 Indian Army personnel. Taking about the catchy line, director Aditya Dhar had once said, “I had some friends from Defence background, so with them, I used to go to a lot of Army clubs. There was one in Delhi where we used to go for Christmas or New Year parties. There used to be a retired Brigadier who would line up all the kids in front of him and have chocolate in his hand. He would say 'How's the josh'' and we were to respond with 'high sir!' The kid who was the loudest got the chocolate. Being a foodie, I used to be the loudest and always got the chocolate.”
  23. As the next year draws closer, several of us are looking forward to that little extra edge on our payroll. Although you're unlikely to impress your company as much as Satya Nadella has in his five years at Microsoft. After the company smashed through a $1 trillion capital value and stole the tech crown back from Apple, he's been awarded for his efforts with a 66% hike and a Rs 7 Cr bonus - amounting to a grand total of just over Rs 305 Crore for 2019. © Reuters That's a lot of crores. The annual report states, "In reviewing Mr. Nadella's annual equity compensation, the independent members of our Board recognized the benefit of Mr. Nadella's proficiency as CEO, as demonstrated by Microsoft's achievements during his tenure." Nadella has been the catalyst of many powerful changes in Microsoft's business and development ecosystem. One of his biggest moves was focusing on cloud computing through Microsoft's Azure platform and the success of Windows 10. When Nadella joined the company in 2014, its valuation was somewhere around $302 billion - a number that skyrocketed to $1.075 trillion in just five years. © Reuters It's an even more impressive feat considering the state of Microsoft back in 2014. After several botched investments, an unsuccessful mobile platform and the bug-filled disaster that was the Windows 8, Nadella didn't exactly inherit a 100% healthy business when he took the wheel from ex-CEO Steve Ballmer. Through cross-platform innovations, great support and a truly next-generation emphasis on computing, it seems like Nadella's story with Microsoft is just beginning, and promises to give Apple a run for its money.
  24. 30-year-old Tejinder Singh is a man of ample motivation. There is a sense of confidence in his voice and faith upon himself that he can change the world for the better without a lot of external help. A pharmacist by education and an assistant professor in the Adesh University in Bathinda, Singh took up marathon running after getting inspired by the Bollywood portrayal of Milkha Singh's life in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and started participating in races since October 2015. Having taken part in marathons all over the country, Tejinder considers completing the 200km run between Amritsar and Chandigarh as his greatest achievement till date. What is rather unique about this athlete is that every marathon that has he run in, he has done so while carrying the Indian flag in his hand. Tired on the toxic drug situation of Punjab, Tejinder decided to bring half-marathon to his hometown of Bathinda. He encouraged the youth from not only his town but the entire state to come and become a part of this cause. Now, four years later, around 1,500 people register for run annually. "Our theme is 'run to fight against cancer and drug abuse' and we like to keep it completely away from politics and politicians,” Tejinder tells MensXP. “The only thing we seek help from the government is with the permission to run on the roads, and traffic control from the commissioner,” he adds. “You know when politicians are involved, the marathon becomes more of a political campaign. MPs and MLAs come to the flagoff and then you have to take care of them, they climb on the stage and start giving long speeches and ask for votes from the people present there,” he further adds. A strong believer in maintaining the pristine essence behind Bathinda's half marathon, Singh hopes to keep the purity of the cause intact. Tejinder Singh will be in New Delhi as one of the participants of the 2019 edition of the Airtel Half Marathon and you can watch him run with the Indian tricolour in his hands.
  25. The past two days have been tormenting for the cricketing fans of Pakistan. First, the Men in Green faced a rather disappointing loss at the hands of Virat Kohli's Indian cricket team at Old Trafford, Manchester and were blasted online by their own supporters. The Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side were criticised on a lot of levels from the lack of strategic management to poor captaincy by Ahmed to even eating junk food a few hours before the match began. Former legendary cricketer, Shoaib Akhtar went on an 11 minute+ rant of himself, criticising everything bad about Pakistan's performance during the game and did not spare even the finest, more experienced athletes on the roster including Shoaib Malik. On the other hand, their South Asian rivals in Team Bangladesh came out strong against the West Indies successfully chasing a huge total of 321 in less than 42 overs thanks to monstrous innings played by Shakib Al Hasan (124*) and Liton Das (94*), further increasing the points difference against Pakistan. The Tigers have been performing deceptively well during the ongoing ICC World Cup 2019. While not a lot of people expected them to be a front runner for the World Cup trophy this year, the Mashrafe Mortaza-led side is currently fifth on the points table, just one point away from making it to the top four with four matches still to be played two of which are against Afghanistan and Pakistan themselves. Keeping in mind the way in which Team Bangladesh have emerged as the ultimate underdogs of the tournament, Pakistani fans are thinking of switching sides to Bangladesh, recalling the history the two countries have shared and calling them 'East Pakistan': Supporting east pakistan from now on.... ðððð#BANvsWI pic.twitter.com/NhBNdz06Ua — pukhtoon (@beingpukhtun) June 17, 2019 That's how you play for your nation and chase 321 target like a champion . Well played East Pakistan( Bangladesh)â¤ï¸#CWC19 #BANvWI pic.twitter.com/t5VUoSM5V3 — Usama Saleem (@OsamaSa29419818) June 17, 2019 No one, Our own #EastPakistan♥ :-D https://t.co/knRTLavOuh — Asghar ALi Waris (@AasyLakho) June 17, 2019 #WorldCup2019#Bangladesh #5 Pakistan #9 Lankans #6 India & New Zealand at 3 and 2 coz of rain, they shared a point each East Pakistan trended in Pakistan today, but not only have @BCBTigers left history behind, they have written new history by defeating #WIndies#WIvBAN pic.twitter.com/XtNVnwSRts — @akashtv1soni (@Akashtv1Soni) June 18, 2019 Congrats Team Bangladesh, I wish to see you in Pakistani shirts soon. East Pakistan :)#BANvsWI — Shaheer Sialvi (PAK) (@ShaheerSialvi) June 17, 2019 East pakistan tm hi world cup utha lo .... they ll beat india #WIvBAN — Lone wolf (@kurrdd) June 17, 2019 The thing is that the Bangladeshis have absolutely no intention of sharing the glory with the Pakistanis what so ever: Keep wishing and dreaming. We don't even give a damn & Bangladesh is not east Pakistan. Mind it ðð https://t.co/V9gS5lZMYJ — RIR ð§ð© (@RirRohan) June 18, 2019 It's our Bangladesh not your East Pakistanð #frustrated_people𸠗 Tanjina Afrin Tinni (@TanjinaAfrin16) June 17, 2019 Pakistanis can call us East Pakistan, it's just a constant reminder to them we beat them at war when they had a better military and more troops ð¤·ð½‍âï¸ð¤·ð½‍âï¸ð¤·ð½‍âï¸ — M.N.M ð§ð© (@dr_doffy) June 10, 2019
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