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  1. Although Chandrayaan 2's Vikram Lander failed to make its intended soft-landing on the moon, the mission is still considered to be a success. However, it looks like ISRO really wants to get that lander on the lunar surface, and hence the organisation has begun work on a second attempt. Earlier this month, ISRO Chief K.Sivan had confirmed the government's approval for a spacecraft and a rover to land on the Moon's south pole. The mission is scheduled to take place next year, but it looks like work has already begun. © Reuters While addressing at a space event in Bengaluru, ISRO chief K. Sivan confirmed yet again that they've started working on the third lunar mission i.e Chandrayaan 3 . The mission will see the landing on an unmanned spacecraft near the Moon's south pole. "We have started working on our third lunar mission to land an unmanned spacecraft near the Moon's south pole. The project work has gained momentum to launch the lander and rover by early 2021," he said. India's first attempt to land on the lunar surface, in case you don't know, didn't go exactly as planned. The Vikram lander crash-landed on the Moon's surface due to a velocity glitch. The orbiter, however, didn't have any issues and it continued to send valuable info back to ISRO. © Reuters That being said, the next mission will not have an orbiter. ISRO will only be sending a lander and a rover to the moon, which means the mission might not be as expensive as the last one. Still, the lander, rover and the rocket itself will cost a total of Rs 610 crores, out of which Rs 360 crore will go towards the GSLV-MkIII launch vehicle. It's the same vehicle that successfully launched Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft on July 22, 2019. Source: Firstpost View the full article
  2. In a cricket-crazy nation like India, if great Sachin Tendulkar is worshipped as a god, then MS Dhoni is no less than a demigod himself. Amongst noticeable cricketers over the years, Dhoni will always be remembered as one of the key contributors to Indian cricket. While his astute leadership and cricketing skills took India to new heights, his calm and composed demeanor continues to make him a fan-favourite. Such has been his popularity that even when he hasn't featured in national colours for over six months, Dhoni continues to garner public interest and remains a topic of great discussion amongst cricket pundits and fans. The Jharkhand cricketer hasn't played for India since their ouster from the 2019 World Cup in England and Wales. With the Indian selectors already looking beyond Dhoni and, therefore, grooming young Rishabh Pant as his potential successor, speculations have been rife over the former's fall from grace with the national team. But, it was the decision of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to deny him a central contract for the 2019-20 season that is now being labeled as the final nail in the coffin for Dhoni's illustrious career. © Reuters But, despite missing out on a central contract, Dhoni still has a chance to earn his place in the Indian team for the ICC T20 World Cup in Australia later this year. If the 38-year-old intends to keep himself in fray for the ICC spectacle in October, he will need to put up a good show in domestic cricket and the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). While cricketers and coaches close to Dhoni have remained tight-lipped on MSD's future, Team India's head coach Ravi Shastri has reiterated the importance of the IPL 2020 on the former Indian captain's career. He also revealed that Dhoni has been dead honest when it comes to playing for India so there is no way that he will impose himself on the national team. âExactly what I wanted to ask you. There is IPL coming. Uske baad tum dekho. Everyone will know. He will know, selectors will know, the captain will know seeing him, and more important than anything else, he will know. What I'm trying to tell the people is he is the last person to impose himself on anything. You know him. I know him,â Shastri said in an interview with Sportstar. © Reuters âFor years, you know that he's been dead honest when it comes to things of that sort, like when he gave up Test cricket. There was nothing of 100 Tests because he is not the guy who will impose on himself. I don't know if he started practicing as yet or not, but I'm sure if he's keen on the IPL, everything will come out now and he will be ready. For all you know, he may start the IPL, if he doesnât feel good heâll say âThank you very muchâ,â Shastri added. On the cricketing front, while Virat Kohli & co produced a brilliant performance to beat New Zealand by six wickets in the first T20I at Eden Park, Dhoni has been seen training with the Ranchi Ranji Trophy team lately. More recently, Dhoni was seen having a gala time at an event at the Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) stadium in Ranchi where he even tried to whistle with onion spring leaves. View the full article
  3. AirDrop lets users transfer files amongst two iPhone users or iPhone and MacBook users. It is an exclusive feature of iOS and at the moment and no Android smartphone has been able to effectively replicate it. But that may change soon as Samsung is making a similar feature for their smartphones. According to XDA Developersâ source, a new feature called âQuick Shareâ was spotted and will debut alongside the upcoming Galaxy S20 smartphones. It will work similarly to AirDrop i.e. it will not use cellular or Bluetooth to transfer files. Instead, it will use Bluetooth to create a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi network between connected devices. XDA was able to access the interface of the application and it says that within the app, users can locate nearby Galaxy devices to transfer files. This also suggests that the feature may be exclusive to Galaxy smartphones. © XDA Developers Quick Share will also have other options for users such as choosing whom you can receive files from i.e. from everyone or from your contacts. The app will also be able to let users save files to the cloud, from where it can later be downloaded locally or streamed to Samsung SmartThings devices. There will be a limit of 1GB per file and a daily limit of 2GB of total cloud storage. © Samsung It is currently not clear whether this feature will be available for older Samsung Galaxy devices, however XDA revealed that its source was using the app on a Galaxy S20 Plus 5G. It could be possible that the new Quick Share feature will roll out for devices that will get the OneUI 2.1 update. © Google Samsung is not the only company working on an AirDrop like feature as Google is also rumoured to be working on a similar service called âNearby Sharing.â Googleâs service is rumoured to be released via Google Play Store and may work with almost every Android smartphone. We will get to know more about Quick Share at Samsungâs âUnpackedâ event that is set to take place on February 11. View the full article
  4. Whether you look at the latest flagship phones by Apple, Samsung, Huawei or even Xiaomi, there is one thing common amongst these devices - wireless charging. OnePlus has been avoiding this feature up until now but it looks like the company may just bring that feature for the OnePlus 8 Pro variant. Charge like a pro. pic.twitter.com/Fqnkpsa0mT â Max J. (@Samsung_News_) January 21, 2020 A tweet by tipster Max J. Suggests that the upcoming âProâ variant of the OnePlus 8 may come with the new feature. While the tweet didnât really clearly say that the smartphone will come with the feature, it does drop a huge hint that point towards the same. He tweeted a second image of a smartphone being charged by a wireless charging pad that looks somewhat similar to a OnePlus smartphone. Of course, he clears the air in a second tweet by saying that the image is just a concept image for illustration purposes. There have been previous rumours that suggested OnePlus would bring wireless charging to one of the models but nothing concrete has confirmed the information yet. © BCCL If the feature does make its way to a OnePlus smartphone this year, it would truly be the complete flagship smartphone OnePlus has been striving for. OnePlus has avoided wireless charging as it prefers the faster wired charging that comes in the form of warp charge which charges the OnePlus 7 and 7T series at 30W. Having said that, there is nothing preventing OnePlus from implementing both features apart from the obvious rise in cost. This also means that if wireless charging is a major feature on the next OnePlus phone, you can expect the price to be higher than 2019âs OnePlus Pro smartphones. © YouTube/Techdroider Of course, it is obvious that none of this is confirmed information and is purely based on speculation. We advise you to take this with a pinch of salt until OnePlus makes it official closer to launch of the next smartphone. View the full article
  5. Photo: FileISTANBUL: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday warned Europe that it could face new terror threats from outfits based in Libya if if the country's UN-recognised government falls, in an article published in Politico. In the article, which was published on the eve of a Libya peace conference in Berlin, Erdogan said the EU's failure to adequately support the Government of National Accord (GNA) would be "a betrayal of its own core values, including democracy and human rights". "Europe will encounter a fresh set of problems and threats if Libya´s legitimate government were to fall," Erdogan wrote. "Terrorist organisations such as daesh and Al-Qaeda, which suffered a military defeat in Syria and Iraq, will find a fertile ground to get back on their feet." The GNA led by Fayez al-Sarraj has been under attack since April from strongman Khalifa Haftar's forces based in the east of the country, with fighting killing over 280 civilians and 2,000 fighters. In a joint initiative, Turkey and Russia have brokered a ceasefire but Haftar walked away from talks in Moscow this week aimed at finalising the truce agreement. A furious Erdogan has accused Haftar of fleeing Moscow and said he would "teach (him) a lesson" if he resumed fighting. Erdogan's government backs Sarraj and the Turkish parliament approved the deployment of troops to Libya earlier this month after the signing of a controversial security and maritime deal between Tripoli and Ankara. "To leave Libya at the mercy of a warlord would be a mistake of historic proportions," he said, in a veiled reference to Haftar.
  6. Up until a few days ago, we were hearing a lot of rumors about Apple's iPhone SE 2. But the last couple of rumors have suggested that the iPhone SE 2 that we were hearing about would actually be called iPhone 9. Either way, it's a new iPhone, so it's definitely something to get excited about. The new iPhone 9 is said to be an iPhone 8 successor, which is why it'll apparently look similar to that. According to a new report by a Japanese publication, the iPhone 9's design will closely resemble the iPhone 8, which means it'll use the same chassis. © YouTube/ MKBHD However, the new iPhone 9 is said to feature a bigger display, so let's just say that we're essentially looking at a phone that looks like the iPhone 8, but with a bigger display. While the iPhone 8 featured a 4.7-inch LCD panel, the new one is said to come with a 5.4-inch display. A bigger display in the same body of the iPhone 8 also means that there won't be any room for TouchID or the button at the bottom. So, the iPhone 9 will have a TrueDepth camera for FaceID tech. As for the internals, it looks like the iPhone 9 will be powered by the new A13 Bionic chip, which is the same one that's powering the current-gen iPhones. That's great because it's one of the most powerful chips in the market right now. © YouTube/ MKBHD We don't know much about the optics, but if the rumors are something to go by, then we can expect to see an improved camera over the one found on the iPhone 8. Let's just wait for more info to roll out on that. But overall, the iPhone 9 is shaping up to be a really good device. The fact that it'll be smaller like the iPhone 8 and will pack all the latest and the greatest internals and features like FaceID will probably make it a lucrative option for people looking to upgrade from an older iPhone. And since we're not looking at an OLED panel with a notch or anything, it could also be priced relatively low, making it an absolute no-brainer. We're really excited to check out this new phone, so stay tuned for more info on the same. Source: Macotakara View the full article
  7. When I was younger, I would love to spend time with my grandfather, while he would regale me with his "war tales". I would be absolutely mesmerised to say the least, and imagine him bravely fight our enemies, in wars that are only studied in history books now. The brave sons of our soils have fought horrifying wars and when we hear their tragic yet heroic stories, we can't help but have immense pride for our soldiers who risk their lives everyday just so we can sleep soundly. © Twitter On Army Day today, I would love to pay an ode to all the martyred, brave soldiers who have led some daring missions to protect Indian borders, rescue people and fight terrorists and keep us all safe. Here are some outstanding military operations carried out by the Indian Army in the past decade. (1) Operation Surya Hope (2013) Operation Surya Hope was the Indian Army's Central Command response to the June 2013, North Indian floods in Uttrakhand. If you remember the floods that happened in Uttrakhand in 2013, they were devastating, and affected millions. The floods left over 100,000 pilgrims and tourists stranded and killed thousands of people. The operation was commanded by Lieutenant General Anil Chait, the General Officer Commanding in Chief (GOC in C) of Central Command. He was succeeded by General Rajan Bakshi, on July 1, 2013, who said the army would continue with the relief operations. The Indian Army managed to rescue a number of civilians caught in the dreaded floods. © Twitter (2) Operation Maitri (2015) Operation Maitri was a rescue and relief operation in Nepal by the Indian armed forces and the Government of India, in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake. India responded to disaster relief within 15 minutes of the earthquake occurring. The armed forces helped rescue a number of people stuck under debris and also assisted them with medical aid. Over 43,000 Indians and 785 foreigners were successfully evacuated. © Twitter (3) India Counter-Insurgency Operation In Myanmar (2015) In June 2015, India announced that it had conducted a cross-border operation against insurgents belonging to the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCS-K). The operation took place in Myanmar and it took place in response to the ambush of the Indian Army convoy of 6 Dogra regiment in Manipur. India destroyed insurgent camps and a large number of insurgents were killed during the cross border operation in Myanmar, according to India. © Twitter (4) Indian Line Of Control Strike (2016) In September 2016, India announced that it conducted 'surgical strikes' against Pakistan-based militants, across the Line of Control in Pakistan administered Kashmir. The surgical strike was successful as the terrorist bases were neutralised. A documented partial footage of the strike was released for the Indian media, in June 2018, as proof for the strike conducted. © Twitter (5) Operation Calm Down (2016) Operation Calm down was started by the Indian Army in Jammu and Kashmir, in the wake of the death of Burhan Wani in July 2016, which led to unrest in Kashnir because of which more than 90 civilians and two security personnel were killed and many got injured. The operation was started in September 2016 and it was initiated to bring the region back in order, while using minimal force. Connectivity was lost over some regions and schools and shops were shut down for three months and the Army aimed to undo the unrest and try and bring back normalcy in the region. © Twitter (6) Operation Sahyog (2018) Indian Army launched operation Sahyog to rescue people in flood-hit Kerala in 2018. The Army deployed its men and machinery into disaster relief and rescue operations at Kannur, Kozhikode, Wayanad and Idduki after incessant rain and landslides hit various northern districts of the state. The Army was deployed to rescue people stranded in heavy rain and water. They constructed temporary bridges for the evacuation of the stranded people from the isolated villages. © Twitter Mostly this decade, the Indian Army has focused on a lot of rescue and relief operations in flood hit areas in India and Nepal and maintaining peace in certain areas experiencing unrest in the country. Our Army has shown absolute determination and extreme dedication towards serving the country with their bravery and tenacity, so we can get a good night's rest. These stories and missions mentioned above should be written, spoken and regaled as often as possible to uphold the honour these soldiers truly deserve. View the full article
  8. 'For Sama' directors hope Oscar nod will shine spotlight on SyriaFilmmakers Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts are hoping the Oscar nomination for their documentary For Sama will remind people of the plight of Syrians affected by the country’s nearly nine-year-old civil war. For Sama was nominated in the best documentary field on Monday after getting four British BAFTA nods and a prize at the Cannes Film Festival. “About three years ago I was in that place where I didn’t know if I would be alive or not and now I’m under all the light, just trying to tell the story,” al-Kateab told Reuters in London on Tuesday. “I hope this is a big opportunity to shine a brighter light on the things that sadly continue to happen in Idlib and I also hope that the people of Syria will receive some hope from the success of For Sama,” she said. The film is al-Kateab’s love letter to her daughter Sama. Narrated by al-Kateab, it was crafted out of more than 500 hours of footage she filmed over five years, starting as an 18-year-old student in Aleppo witnessing the start of the uprising. The documentary chronicles events in al-Kateab’s personal life — falling in love with her friend, doctor Hamza, their wedding, and the birth of Sama — while the conflict rages around them. She started filming on a mobile phone and gradually moved onto more professional equipment, while occasionally reporting for British television from Aleppo. 'For Sama' directors hope Oscar nod will shine spotlight on SyriaThe film includes life at her husband’s hospital — the only one left in the city — and families such as hers who chose to stay in the besieged city. Al-Kateab, then pregnant with her second daughter, Taima, and her family were eventually forced to leave Syria for Turkey and later London, where she joined forces with Watts to turn the hundreds of hours of video into a film. The first edit was too hard-hitting, the filmmakers said, and needed toning down. “It was a big responsibility to tell the world that this is still happening and we can’t let that happen again and again and again. Unfortunately, as we’re speaking now, this is still happening,” al-Kateab said. The Academy Awards will be handed out on February 9 in Hollywood. If al-Kateab has her way, now four-year-old Sama will be there with her to share her story. “She’s very tall now, she speaks a lot. She is normal like any other child... I hope she will be with me in the trip to Hollywood,” she said.
  9. Sony has confirmed in a statement today that the Japanese gaming company will not be attending E3 this year; making it the second year in a row. E3 is an annual gaming conference and event where new games and consoles were traditionally unveiled by companies like Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo. Xbox boss Phil Spencer already confirmed on Twitter that the company will be present at the gaming conference this year. © Youtube_Reuters The statement was given to GamesIndustry.biz and said Sony "[doesn't] feel the vision of E3 2020 is the right venue for what we are focused on this year. We will build upon our global events strategy in 2020 by participating in hundreds of consumer events across the globe ... We have a fantastic line up of titles coming to PlayStation 4, and with the upcoming launch of PlayStation 5, we are truly looking forward to a year of celebration with our fans.” © Youtube_Sony Computer Entertainment In a separate leak, the PlayStation 5 release date unveiling date and price was leaked on 4Chan. Sony's absence from E3 2019 could be a big mistake as E3 is the biggest gaming conference in the world attended by thousands and watched by millions. Skipping E3 could give Xbox the extra edge to connect with its target audience. Sony had the iconic PS4 presentation at E3 in 2013 which resulted in Sony winning the console wars this generation. It would be interesting to see how fans will react to Sony's absence from E3 this year as well. © Sony Computer entertainment Sony is rumoured to unveil the PlayStation 5 on February 5th via its 'State of Play' event and we hope to know more about the console officially from Sony in the coming weeks. It is kind of disappointing to see Sony skip E3 this year and the event will focus more on Microsoft and Nintendo this year. Source: GamesIndustry.biz View the full article
  10. OnePlus, as we all know, will launch its new phone for 2020 very soon. Although we don't know much about the phone just yet, we believe it's going to be a premium device with snappy performance, just like their current phones in the market. And now the CEO of OnePlus, Pete Lau, has just confirmed that their next phone will have a 120Hz display. Now, that's just awesome because we already love the 90Hz panel on the OnePlus 7T and the OnePlus 7T Pro. In fact, Pete believes that it'll be the best smartphone display in 2020. © MensXP/ Akshay Bhalla We're glad that OnePlus has decided to push the boundaries when it comes to display tech and come up with this new 120Hz panel for their next phone, which is believed to the OnePlus 8. As revealed by OnePlus, the new display feature the most rigorous hardware configuration in the industry and a handful of exciting technologies including MEMC technology for smoother video playback and a QHD+ resolution. The display also has the most accurate colour accuracy and 4096-level of automatic brightness control, four times of average android flagships. All that sounds super exciting, doesn't it? Well, now we just can't wait to check out the device in person and feel for it. © Reuters Pete Lau says, "We believe that the smoothest smartphone display must also be able to deliver a superior visual quality and viewing comfort. We're sure that OnePlus's new 120Hz Fluid Display will be the best you'll lay eyes on in 2020." As of now, we don't know when the company is planning to release its next phone. But they recently showcased a concept phone with a really cool feature, so be sure to check it out. View the full article
  11. FAISALABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan's mission to woo the Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) will prove fruitless, said Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) stalwart Rana Sanaullah on Sunday. The former Punjab law minister was addressing a rally when he made the statement. He cautioned the MQM-P from reverting to the coalition government, saying that if it does, the party "will go back" on its stance. He said the government did not have any policy hence it was not possible for them to mend fences with any party. Sanaullah's comments came a few hours after the MQM-P's Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication, Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, resigned. Siddiqui cited the government's inability to fulfill promises made to the MQM-P as the reason for parting ways with the federal cabinet. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui resigns from federal ministry "We had promised the government to help with the formation of the government and we held our end of the deal. However, none of the promises made to us have seen any progress,” Siddiqui said while addressing a press conference in Karachi along with senior Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) leaders in Karachi. “It is becoming increasingly difficult for me to remain a part of the federal cabinet as questions are being raised upon my presence in the cabinet,” he explained. Speaking about the agreement with the government, the MQM-P convener told the media that two agreements were made with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), one in Bani Gala, the other in the Bahadurabad, in the presence of Jahangir Tareen. Siddiqui said that they [MQM-P] had supported the federal government in every difficult phase but "injustice was still being done with Sindh". In response to a question regarding the ending of its alliance with the government, Siddiqui said, “We did not ask for the law ministry neither did we propose Farogh Naseem’s name. The two names that we had proposed for the ministry did not include [Farogh] Naseem’s name. The government had selected his [Farogh Naseem] name on its own.” Siddiqui denied that his decision had anything to do with the recent proposal of provincial ministries by Pakistan Peoples Party Chairperson (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Siddiqui in exchange for MQM-P's help in toppling the government. “This has nothing to do with PPP’s offer,” Siddiqui said.
  12. Whether your beard gets unruly or you cut yourself while shaving, every grooming step can be time-consuming. No one likes to spend unnecessary time prepping every morning and hence, following a quick routine is just what you need. We have compiled five grooming hacks that are about to make your life easier than ever. Check it out: 1. Use Olive Oil For Dry Scalp © istock Dealing with dry scalp can be daunting but not when there's a home remedy that lets you scrape off the issue completely. Using olive oil is a cure and all you need to do is apply a dab of it on your scalp. Try it for a week and notice the results! 2. Swap Shaving Cream With Conditioner © istock Shaving cream can strip off your skin's natural oils. A quick hack? Use a hair conditioner instead of shaving cream. It helps hydrate your face and moisturises it. Not just that, it puts a full stop to the burning sensation as well. 3. Use Hand Cream For Hair © istock No, we don't mean you start lathering your hair with hand cream. But you can use it to style your hair when it starts looking unkempt. Carry a small bottle with you at all places and rub a little amount, first on your hands and then run it on your hair. This is a great remedy on windy days when your hair is all over the place and is extremely frizzy. Switch up your routine right away! 4. Use Activated Charcoal For Your Teeth © istock If you are looking to whiten your teeth, activated charcoal is your answer. It helps to get rid of stains and whitens your teeth in a jiffy. All you have to do is put it on your toothbrush and scrub it on your teeth. Well, it won't look pretty but once you rinse your mouth, you will instantly reap the rewards. 5. Use Lip Balm For Cuts © istock If alum blocks or styptic pencils haven't helped, there are other home remedies that can cover your shaving wounds. Next time, when your face is filled with blood due to razor cuts, smack it with a lip balm. Apply it directly on the wound. It works wonders as the waxy texture seals it instantly. Now, you won't have to hold a tissue paper while you are rushing to work! View the full article
  13. Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane. Photo: Deccan Herald Indian Army Chief Gen Manoj Mukund Naravane on Saturday said if his army receives orders from the Indian parliament to 'reclaim' Azad Kashmir from Pakistan, it will take action, India Today has reported. Addressing the media, the newly-appointed Indian army chief said: “If the [Indian] parliament wants [Azad] Kashmir to be a part of India, then we will take the necessary action to achieve that goal.” “There is a parliamentary resolution that entire Jammu and Kashmir is part of India. If Parliament wants it, then, that area [AJK] also should belong to us,” he added. This is not the first time the new Indian general has indulged in provocative posturing. In an earlier statement, Gen Naravane had said that India "reserve[d] the right to preemptively strike at sources of terror". He had told the Press Trust of India that India had "evolved a strategy of resolute punitive response against sponsored terrorism". Pakistan had rejected the statement, calling it 'irresponsible'. The Foreign Office in its statement had said Pakistan was fully able to respond to any Indian aggression in AJK and that New Delhi should not forget Islamabad's befitting response to its aggression in Balakot last year. Read: FM Qureshi warns of false flag operation by India in Kashmir Tensions have been high between the two nuclear-armed neighbours since New Delhi revoked the special status of India-occupied Kashmir on August 5 of last year, imposing a military lockdown in the valley. The two countries had in February last year engaged in cross-border aerial missions, which had resulted in the capture of Indian pilot Abhinandan Varthaman by Pakistani forces. The captured pilot was eventually let go by Pakistan as a gesture of peace. Read also: Indian army chief Bipin Rawat beats war drums over Azad Kashmir Pakistan army vows 'even stronger' response if India attempts military action Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor said that Pakistan's armed forces will give an 'even stronger' response than that of February, if India attempts any military action across the Line of Control (LoC). The Indian army chief’s statement on Azad Kashmir was a part of routine rhetoric to divert attention from domestic issues in India, said the DG ISPR. The DG ISPR, in a tweet, said that Pakistan’s armed forces are ready to respond to any Indian aggression. “Statements by Indian COAS to undertake military action across LOC are routine rhetoric for domestic audiences to get out of ongoing internal turmoil. Pakistan Armed Forces are fully prepared to respond to any act of Indian aggression," he tweeted. The DG ISPR called the Indian COAS' statement a latest manifestation of extremist indoctrination in India’s state institutions. ‪"We are aware of the dangers of belligerent fascist mindset in IOJ&K and to regional peace. World needs to take notice of Indian atrocities in IOJ&K and against minorities across India,” he said. ‪He added that India has experienced Pakistan’s response on Feb 27, 2019. “Same shall be even stronger next time,” said the DG ISPR. Pakistan Army 'ready for India'Prime Minister Imran Khan, while addressing a rally in Pind Dadan Khan on December 26, had said Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa has assured him that the country's military is "ready for India" in case of an attack on Azad Kashmir. "I am telling you now, [Indian Prime Minister Narendra] Modi will use this [protests against anti-Muslim laws in India] to do something in Azad Kashmir. I informed Gen Bajwa about this and he told me that Pakistan Army is ready for India," the premier had said.
  14. Ever since 2004, the Saw series has been synonymous with torture-porn, grisly moral experiments and bringing R-Rated, no-holds barred violence back in vogue for horror fans across the globe. The series has gone on to become one of the genre's most successful franchises of all time. Off a collective budget of $77 million, the films have gone on to rake in nearly $1 billion at the box office, adjusted for inflation. That's not to say that things didn't go stale - after Saw 3D released in 2010, the series suffered a 7-year gap before Jigsaw, a reboot of sorts, which appealed primarily to longtime fans. With the 9th film, titled The Organ Donor under works, this begs the question - after 8 films, what does it take to make the series interesting again? According to comedian Chris Rock, the answer might be comedy. Speaking to IGN, Rock was quoted saying, “A lot of times I go to a movie or I watch a TV show and I go: 'Wow, you know, two jokes would have made a big difference in that.' I love Saw, but I was like: 'Wow, it has almost no humor at all”. There's a point to be made there. The series has always been clear and upfront about its intentions to revolt and simultaneously fascinate its audience with its elaborately designed death-traps, yet its characters seem to do little other than what is expected of them. Rock took this idea quite seriously, and penned down a story idea which he then pitched to Lionsgate Films. The studio approved of it immediately - “Completely reverential to the legacy of the material while reinvigorating the brand with his wit, creative vision and passion for this classic horror franchise,” commented Lionsgate CEO Joe Drake. That sounds good, doesn't it? It still pales in comparison to what the studio did next - in a move that no one saw coming, they managed to bring in someone we never expected to be part of the franchise - Samuel L. Jackson himself. The veteran actor is famous for portraying fearless badasses on screen - the kind of character the series was desperately missing, and which may pair well alongside Rock's comedic intentions. Rock will reportedly star as a police officer on the trail of a potentially new killer, with Samuel L. Jackson appearing as his father. While some longtime fans might be doubtful of jokes making it into an otherwise serious franchise, Rock suggests that on the edit table, things are still very much as Jigsaw would have it. “The new Saw, I've seen like a rough cut,” shared Rock. “It's still Saw… it's bloody, it's gory, but there's like a sprinkling of humor here and there. We're not revamping it, it's not Scary Movie, it's Saw.” Whatever happens, there will be blood. The film makes its way into cinemas on May 15, 2020. View the full article
  15. Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s net worth will leave you shocked Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have sent shock waves within the British royal family after they announced their decision of stepping down as senior members and moving to Canada. While this is no hidden secret, that when it comes to the royal family, money and fortune is in abundance. Forbes in 2017, reported that the family as a whole is worth $88 billion. However, how much is the actual worth of Meghan and Harry? Read on to find out: Meghan Markle’s net worthMeghan Markle’s wealth is accredited to her former career as a successful actress in Los Angeles. The former Suits star, who played the role of paralegal Rachel Zane, is worth a whipping $2.2 million based on the salary she earned for Suits, according to Forbes. Prior to marrying Harry, Meghan also featured in movies like Remember Me and ran her own lifestyle blog, The Tig, all of which contributed to her wealth massively. Did you know Harry is as rich as his brother Prince William?Contrary to popular belief, Prince Harry is as affluent as his elder brother, Prince William. As per Money in May 2019, the Duke of Sussex’s net worth is estimated to be somewhere between $25 million and $40 million. Both Harry and William have inherited money from their mother, Princess Diana, and from the Queen Mother, their great-grandmother. It is also said that Harry inherited a bit more than William from their great-grandmother because he isn't the future king. Forbes also went on to reveal that Princess Diana gave $10 million to her sons, which they received as annual dividends worth about $450,000 per year until 30 years of their age. Moreover, Harry’s income also comes from the Duchy of Cornwall, which covers Prince Charles, his wife, his sons and their growing families' expenses, having assets worth $1.3 billion. Not only this, Harry also earned a salary from his time as a British Army captain, where Town & Country reported he made around $50,000 per year.
  16. Tuxedos are expensive - not just in terms of money, but also towards the environment, considering how often, they require a lot of effort and exquisite materials to be made. With the award season just beginning to heat up, we can easily expect celebrities to walk down the red carpet in a number of exquisite and spectacular tuxedos and suits. © Reuters Well, it turns out, a lot of celebrities, barring Joaquin Phoenix. The actor who perhaps gave us the most nuanced and menacing portrayal of Batman's archnemesis, in Todd Phillip's Joker, whose endearing portrayal of Arther Fleck, in a way, redefined how we see antiheroes in films, has decided to stick to just one set of tuxedo. © Reuters This actually is a major break away from the tradition that celebrities have religiously followed of wearing something new and noteworthy for each award ceremony they attend. Stella McCartney, the British fashion designer who has designed and made the suit that Joaquin has chosen for this award season, put out a statement, which reveals why Joaquin has decided to take this route. © Reuters View this post on Instagram This man is a winner… wearing custom Stella because he chooses to make choices for the future of the planet and all of its creatures. He has also chosen to wear this same Tux for the entire award season to reduce waste. I am proud and honoured to join forces with you Joaquin, keep inspiring and keep shining your light x Stella⣠Joaquin Phoenix wins Best Actor at the 77th Golden Globe awards, wearing a custom #StellaMenswear Tuxedo.⣠. #JoaquinPhoenix⣠#StellaMcCartney⣠#GoldenGlobes #InStella A post shared by Stella McCartney (@stellamccartney) on Jan 6, 2020 at 3:09am PST “Joaquin chooses to make choices for the future of the planet and all of its creatures. Therefore, he has chosen to wear the same tux for the entire award season to reduce waste,” reads her Instagram post. Considering how most fashion houses are moving towards sustainability in a major way, this is actually a rather welcome step that honestly more celebrities should seriously consider. © Reuters Who would've thought that the planet would find a friend in the terminally unhinged Joker? © Warner Bros. Pictures As for the tuxedo itself, it is a rather classic affair. The silhouette is simplistic and yet, has a magnificent appeal. The shawled collar, with the single-breasted, single-button design, gives it a very contemporary appeal. © Instagram/goldenglobes With many critics having called Joaquin's portrayal of Arthur & the Joker, the best portrayal of DC's supervillain, ever, and considering the box office success that the film witnessed, it should be rather interesting to see how it fares during this awards season. View the full article
  17. Samsung has already teased a foldable smartphone that will use the classic clamshell design we used to have in the 2000s. Samsung has been developing the smartphone and it now appears that the smartphone actually exists and should be launching soon. The company reportedly discussed and revealed the device in secret at CES this week and from the leaked picture we also got to know the name of the smartphone. It was revealed that the folding clamshell smartphone will be called âGalaxy Bloomâ and hereâs the picture below that got leaked via AjuNews.com: © Twitter/Ice Universe Currently, the only information we have is the leaked picture from CES and concept images that were revealed by Samsung a few months ago. The clamshell design is already being used by Motorola Razr for its folding smartphone and it wouldnât be surprising to see Samsung to use the clamshell design for their smartphones as well. View the full article
  18. Geo.tv/FilesResearchers have discovered that consuming green tea at least three times a week is an assurance to a longer and healthier life. "Habitual tea consumption is associated with lower risks of cardiovascular disease and all-cause death," the study's first author, Xinyan Wang of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing, said. Published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, the study included 1,00,902 participants of the China-PAR project with no history of heart attack, stroke or cancer. Participants were classified into two groups: habitual tea drinkers (three or more times a week) and non-habitual tea drinkers (less than three times a week) and followed up for a median of 7.3 years. Compared to non-habitual tea drinkers, habitual tea consumers had a 20 percent lower risk of incident heart disease and stroke, 22 percent lower risk of fatal heart disease and stroke, and 15 percent decreased risk of all-cause death. Habitual tea drinkers who maintained their habit had a 39 percent lower risk of incident heart disease and stroke, 56 percent lower risk of fatal heart disease and stroke, and 29 percent decreased risk of all-cause death as opposed to consistent non-habitual tea drinkers. "The protective effects of tea were most pronounced among the consistent habitual tea drinking group. Mechanism studies have suggested that the main bioactive compounds in tea, namely polyphenols, are not stored in the body long-term," said study senior author Dongfeng Gu. "Thus, frequent tea intake over an extended period may be necessary for the cardio-protective effect," Gu added. In a sub-analysis by type of tea, drinking green tea was linked with approximately 25 percent lower risks for incident heart disease and stroke, fatal heart disease and stroke, and all-cause death. However, no significant associations were observed for black tea, the study said. According to the researchers, two factors may be at play. First, green tea is a rich source of polyphenols that protect against cardiovascular disease and its risk factors, including high blood pressure and dyslipidemia. Black tea is fully fermented; during this process, polyphenols are oxidised into pigments and may lose their antioxidant effects. Second, black tea is often served with milk, which previous research has shown may counteract the favourable health effects of tea on vascular function, the study said.
  19. Australia is going through a severe drought amidst the wildfires and a lot of people and animals are paying for the unfortunate circumstances there, losing both lives and property. Animals too have succumbed to their fate as more than 500 million animals have died due to these bushfires, and many more will be injured or dead, till these fires stop. In all this madness, Australia has decided to kill about 10,000 camels, and we really can't understand why! © Twitter Thousands of camels will be shot dead from helicopters, as a result of extreme heat and drought. While the bushfires have been on for a few months now, the culling isn't dependant on that. They're being culled because of the drought situation prevailing in Australia currently and there are complaints that camels are endangering locals as they desperately search for water. "They are roaming the streets looking for water. We are worried about the safety of the young children" - a woman named Marita Baker, who lives in the community of Kanypi, told the BBC in an interview. The five-day cull has already begun and a lot of aboriginals have complained about camels damaging towns and building trying to look for water. Australia has hired a professional marksman, who will shoot the animals, and ironically, he comes from Australia's department of environment and water. They will eventually be slaughtered in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) area, which is a sparsely-populated part of South Australia which is home to a number of indigenous groups. © Twitter "There is extreme pressure on remote Aboriginal communities in the APY lands and their pastoral [livestock] operations as the camels search for water," says APY's general manager Richard King in an interview with BBC. "Given ongoing dry conditions and the large camel congregations threatening all of the main APY communities and infrastructure, immediate camel control is needed," he added. Camels, though, don't originally belong to Australia and are not native species. They were brought to Australia by British settlers from India, Afghanistan and the Middle East. Although we're not sure how many camels have made Australia their home, more than a hundred thousand camels inhabit parts of central Australia. They're believed to cause havoc in farmlands by damaging fences and farm property and are also believed to drink excess water which is needed by people who live there. And apparently, they also emit methane, a greenhouse gas which contributes to climate change. But even so, are these reasons good enough to kill animals, regardless of how they behave or how much they consume? Well, if that's the case, humans should stand in line next, ready to be executed! © Twitter While camel culling is absolutely unfair in Australia, there is nothing much we can do about it, except just watch and wait. Australia has lost a phenomenal amount of wildlife and even after such devastation, they're ready to kill some more of their animals, which says a lot about how humans actually handle sensitive situations, which need a strong scientific approach to it. But Australia alone has a history of culling its animals due to various circumstances, which we can't seem to overlook. Around 1932, Australia literally went into war with emus while soldiers armed with Lewis Guns were killing emus as they were causing too much havoc and crop destruction. Before seal culling was banned in 2018, Australia was a big advocate for killing seals due to the increased interaction of the long-nosed fur seal. And recently in 2013, Australia was culling (shooting) kangaroos, as the population of 500 million kangaroos was becoming an erstwhile problem for the Aussies. They killed 90 million Kangaroos and wallabies, lawfully, for commercial purposes. © Twitter Seemingly, the only way Australia can handle a crisis amongst the wildlife is by taking extreme measures and this time, 10,000 camels are targeted for the same. We really hope and wish Australia and other nations find a more respectful way of solving a crisis, that does not involve the specie to give its life for it. View the full article
  20. You know what's the best movie to watch? The movie that everyone wants to boycott before it has even released, that too for unrelated reasons. We already knew Chhapaak was going to be one of the most important movies of the year just because of the highly crucial story it is based on. However, just a few days before its release, the movie is already surrounded by so many controversies with calls for boycott just because some people didn't like something Deepika Padukone did. Well, all I want to say after reading the first reactions to the movie is you all are going to miss out on a great movie with this boycott. There's nothing but praise for the movie with Deepika's strong performance as an acid attack survivor and it made it even better. Guess that about sums it up. Went for the premier of #Chapaak. It is a kick in the guts that we all need — Amit Tandon (@amitandon) January 8, 2020 Must watch, indeed. #Chhapaak gives strong message. Heart wrenching and emotional movie. Outstanding performance by @deepikapadukone. She is the soul of the movie. Superb direction by @meghnagulzar. Fantastic script & screenplay. must watch film. â­â­â­â­#ChhapaakReview #Chappak #DeepikaPadukone pic.twitter.com/RvvJDXedBN — E24 (@E24bollynews) January 8, 2020 Queen Deepika. Queen @deepikapadukone has delivered what will be the performance of the year in #Chhapaak & will win every major award for it. She is the undisputed queen of Bollywood & will keep rising. No amount of negativity will change that. â¤ï¸#ChhapaakReview #DeepikaPadukone — Asjad Nazir (@asjadnazir) January 9, 2020 Looks like they did justice to her story. Just watched #Chhapaak. It's an emotional and Heart Wrenching film. #Chappak shows acid attack surviver's pain, courage and fight. @deepikapadukone is outstanding. Superb Direction, impressive Screen play. Must Watch and Inspiring film. â­â­â­â­#ChhapaakReview #DeepikaPadukone pic.twitter.com/C9qrGfFhyM — Neetu Kumar (@neetukumar02) January 8, 2020 That's a good word. #OneWordReview...#Chhapaak: POWERFUL. Rating: â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸½ Some stories should be told. Some issues must be addressed... Gut-wrenching, yet empowering... Aces: Sensitive writing. Skilled direction. Masterful performances... Take a bow, #Deepika and #MeghnaGulzar. #ChhapaakReview pic.twitter.com/LyDUkFtrvq — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 8, 2020 That's promising. #chhapaak The year begins with a 'splash' of grit and guts. Deepika plays the victim and the warrior with equal poise while Vikrant lends terrific support. Meghna is in top form once again. 'Chhapaak' is a shining example of good cinema with great intentions! â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ (4 stars) — Bhavikk Sangghvi (@bhavikksangghvi) January 8, 2020 Powerful is basically summing it up. What a powerful movie #Chappak is! Brilliant performances by @deepikapadukone & @masseysahib. @meghnagulzar, please take a bow. Your storytelling just gets better & better with every film. Congrats @foxstarhindi, Vijay Singh & Ruchcha for putting your faith in a concept like this — goldie behl (@GOLDIEBEHL) January 9, 2020 What a nice reaction. View this post on Instagram Star struck! @thelaxmiagarwal â¤ï¸ What an inspirational story #chhapaak @deepikapadukone Thank you so much for this moving experience! You never felt so beautiful ð¤ @vikrantmassey87 brother you're phenomenal! I have been a huge fan since Dharam-Veer days, and can't wait for your next! ð @meghnagulzar Ma'am, much love and respect ð We need more stories like these coming our way ð A post shared by Siddhant Chaturvedi (@siddhantchaturvedi) on Jan 8, 2020 at 9:40pm PST Hmm. Force that drives Deepika is unimaginable and her integrity in reel and real life is exemplary! Vikrant your are just wonderful! Meghna, Atika, thank you! More power to your craft, to your honesty! @deepikapadukone @masseysahib @meghnagulzar @atikachohan #Chhapaak — juhi chaturvedi (@writeonj) January 9, 2020 Now, that's big. 3.5 stars from @shubhragupta for Chhapaak. (Some colleagues used to joke in office that she doesn't know counting beyond 1, going by her very high standards and thus, low rankings for most films.)https://t.co/MF0k2TmEyX — Sushant Singh (@SushantSin) January 9, 2020 That's great. @deepikapadukone leads from the front and this is in my opinion her absolute best yet. @masseysahib superb performance!! My absolute best wishes bhai ð I can't articulate what I have been feeling since last night. This movie will never leave my mind !!! Many cheers — Gulshan Devaiah (@gulshandevaiah) January 9, 2020 View the full article
  21. Whether you've been using the iPhone 11 or the iPhone 11 Pro, here's some good news. Apple is hosting a competition for photographers that can also end up making you money. This time around, Apple is asking its users to take some of their best low-light photos using Night Mode. © Austin Mann_Apple Night Mode is a new camera feature introduced for iPhone 11 and 11 Pro where it helps users take better pictures in dark environments. You can submit your own entry by submitting via Instagram and Twitter using the hashtags #ShotoniPhone and #NightmodeChallenge. The competition is open until 29th January 2020 and the winners will be revealed on March 4th. You can read the full rules of the competition here. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Apple will use the winning pictures for their stores, billboard ads and digital marketing campaigns. Winning images will also be featured on the company's official Instagram account. In order to use these images, Apple will pay a licensing fee for the pictures for a year. If you plan to take part in the competition, here are some useful tips listed by Apple: 1. "Night Mode automatically comes on in low-light environments. If the yellow Night mode icon is showing, you're shooting with Night mode. 2. Night Mode determines capture time based on the scene, and displays this time in the Night mode icon. You can tap on the Night Mode icon and adjust the slider to Max to extend the capture time. 3. Try propping up your iPhone or using a tripod for a longer capture time at the darkest time of night.” View the full article
  22. OTTAWA: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday that Ottawa would work to ensure a thorough investigation of a Ukrainian jetliner crash in Iran that killed dozens of Canadians. "This morning, I join Canadians across the country who are shocked and saddened to see reports that a plane crash outside of Tehran, Iran, has claimed the lives of 176 people, including 63 Canadians," Trudeau said in a statement. The airliner was carrying people from several countries when it crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran on Wednesday, killing all 176 on board. Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), the ex-Soviet country´s privately owned flag carrier, said flight PS752 left Tehran airport at 6:10 am and disappeared from radars just two minutes later. "Our government will continue to work closely with its international partners to ensure that this crash is thoroughly investigated, and that Canadians´ questions are answered," Trudeau said. According to Ukraine´s foreign minister, 82 Iranians, 10 Swedes, four Afghans, three Germans and three Britons were on the plane in addition to the Canadians. Eleven Ukrainians — including the nine crew — were also on board. "Today, I assure all Canadians that their safety and security is our top priority. We also join with the other countries who are mourning the loss of citizens," Trudeau said. Canada is home to a large Iranian diaspora and UIA offers relatively inexpensive flights between Toronto and Tehran, with a layover in Kiev. The crash came with regional tensions heightened over the US killing of a top Iranian general, and shortly after Tehran launched missiles at bases in Iraq housing US troops. There was no immediate indication of foul play and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned against speculating on the cause of the disaster. Earlier in the day, Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne called the crash "tragic news." Trudeau said Champagne had been in touch with the government of Ukraine, and was speaking to "relevant authorities and to international partners." He added that Canadian Minister of Transport Marc Garneau was working with officials from Transport Canada and reaching out to international counterparts. Search-and-rescue teams were combing through the smoking wreckage of the Boeing 737 flight, which slammed into farmland at Khalaj Abad, in Shahriar county, but officials said there was no hope of finding anyone alive.
  23. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said Wednesday a 'resounding blow' will be dealt to Iran in response if it dared attack Israel, as tensions between Tehran and Washington soared following an attack on an Iraqi military base that housed American troops. "Anyone who attacks us will receive a resounding blow," said Netanyahu to resounding applause at the Jerusalem conference, according to the AFP. On Tuesday, Iran fired multiple missiles at military bases in Iraq housing American soldiers. While Iran claimed 80 people had been killed in the strikes, US President Trump said no casualties had taken place so far. Tehran said the attack was revenge for the US drone strike ordered by Trump that killed Al Quds commander Qassem Soleimani. Netanyahu said Soleimani was responsible for the deaths of thousands in the Middle East and he was responsible for stoking "fear and misery and anguish". "He was the architect and driver of Iran´s campaign of terror throughout the Middle East and the world," said the Israeli prime minister. The Israeli prime minister heaped praises on President Trump for ordering the drone strike that killed Soleimani, saying that he had "acting swiftly, boldly, and resolutely". Tehran had issued a warning to all regional countries that if their bases were used to launch attacks on Iran, it would respond with full force and retaliate against the aggression. Qassem Soleimani killed in US strike on BaghdadTop Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani was killed last week in a US strike on Baghdad´s international airport. The Pentagon had said US President Donald Trump ordered Soleimani's "killing," after a pro-Iran mob this week laid siege to the US embassy. Declaring three days of mourning across the country, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowed to take "severe revenge" for Soleimani´s death. The US had acted in response to a rocket attack days earlier that had killed an American contractor working in Iraq. Trump had blamed Iran for a spate of rocket attacks targeting US forces as well as the siege at the embassy, saying: "They will pay a very BIG PRICE! This is not a Warning, it is a Threat." Trump says 'all is well' after Zarif tweets Iran targeted base in 'self-defense'United States President Donald Trump confirmed that Iran had carried out missile strikes on a US base in Iraq, shortly after the attack. The US President said that an assessment of the casualties and damages was taking place and a statement would be made early Wednesday. "All is well! Missiles launched from Iran at two military bases located in Iraq. Assessment of casualties & damages taking place now. So far, so good! We have the most powerful and well equipped military anywhere in the world, by far! I will be making a statement tomorrow morning," he tweeted. Related links: Can the Iranian army confront the might of the American military? Khamenei says Iran strike on US bases ‘a slap in the face’ for Washington
  24. Have you ever noticed that during winter a perfume is less noticeable? It's an unknown fact that perfumes don't linger on for long in winter and that's due to the drop in temperatures. Your body's natural moisture level causes the skin to get drier. When it's dry, it is merely impossible for your perfume to last which is why people with oily skin are benefitted here. But, even then, there are ways to combat this issue and not let anyone go 'nose blind', irrespective of the season. Here are four best ways to ensure that your fragrance lasts longer than ever, especially in winter: 1. Pick Heavy Fragrances Summer is for light ephemeral fragrances but for winter, they are an absolute no-no. You need to opt for heavier scents since your skin will be comparatively dry. Picking a scent that is heavier is one of the best ways to smell good all day long. © iStock 2. Pay Attention To Notes The base notes of perfumes are very important in winter. Being the heaviest part as compared to middle and top notes, having a good base note is necessary. Choose perfumes like sandalwood, patchouli or vanilla as they are common for winter. If you like some other heavy fragrance, you can lay your hands on that as well. © iStock 3. Picking A Category Think about spicy winter perfumes that have a strong fragrance of cinnamon, cardamon etc. They mainly fall in the oriental perfume category. The fragrance is rich and quite exotic that will definitely last all day long. Need more? Try woody or earthy fragrances. They are a good choice and will let you reminisce of beautiful winter days. Try labdanum or oakmoss as they hydrate the skin with their gentle texture. © iStock 4. Shopping For A Fragrance Scents work differently on every skin. A perfume that smells good on your friend may not necessarily react the same way on your skin. To properly shop for it, you need to try it out. The simplest way to begin is to leave your house without any sort of scent. © iStock Next, you can check the fragrance on four different places, left wrist, right wrist, and both elbows. Take notes on how the fragrance develops with time. If the fragrance fades then the fragrance is not for you. But if it's still active even after a couple of hours, you know you have found a winner. View the full article
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