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  1. Bappi Lahiri has hit a milestone as he completed 50 glorious years in the music industry and he is now making a mark globally as he has collaborated with renowned global pop stars Lady Gaga and Akon. The distinguished music director, confirmed the news from Los Angeles to Mumbai Mirror, saying, “Yes, two duets, with her (Lady Gaga) singing in English and me in Hindi in my inimitable style. We are now waiting for the release to be greenlit, hopefully by the year end. I also collaborated with Akon two months ago. That song should also be out soon.” View this post on Instagram At my musicroom A post shared by Bappi Lahiri (@bappilahiri_official_) on Jul 20, 2019 at 8:44am PDT On being asked to give more information on the same, he said, “Abhi itna hi.” View this post on Instagram For @allure's #AllureBestOfBeauty issue in @hauslabs ð A post shared by Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) on Sep 18, 2019 at 11:53am PDT Not just this, interestingly, Bappi Da has also joined hands with tech-house genius Jamie Jones and DJ duo The Martinez Brother for a new mash-up. Talking about it, he said, “It features a remix of my superhit song from Disco Dancer, 'Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy'. The British-Sri Lankan rapper M.I.A. used the same song in her 2007 album, Kala, and a year later, it was also there in the climax scene of the Adam Sandler-film, You Don't Mess With The Zohan.” Well, this is good news for all Bappi Da fans.
  2. HTC is back in the news, but we're not sure if it's for a good reason. While on the bright side we finally have the cryptocurrency phone that it promised to launch, on the other hand, we're not sure if it's even worth the wait. So the new cryptocurrency phone is called Exodus 1s and the main selling point of the phone is that it can function as a full Bitcoin node by itself. What does that mean? Well, the phone can verify and perform transactions on-device without having to rely on any other service. © HTC That's cool, but you'll have to invest in a big microSD card for that. Why? Well, the current Bitcoin ledger which holds the record for all bitcoin transactions takes up to 260GB. The ledger is very important for this phone to work properly and it's growing in size by the day. So if you want to use this particular phone to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, then you'll have to shell some money. But that's not even the worst part. The HTC Exodus 1s is running on age-old hardware, which makes absolutely no sense in today's world. The Exodus 1s is powered by Snapdragon 435 SoC, which is a three-year-old processor. And it's running on, get this, two-year-old Android 8.1 Oreo. © HTC Seriously? It's possible that people who buy this phone don't care about the software experience, but throwing in a three-old-processor? And we doubt how safe this phone will even be when you think about the 2-year-old software. In case you're interested in this phone, it's available for purchase in Europe, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE, and it'll cost you around $250 which is roughly Rs 18,000. Yeah, it looks cool from the outside, but you should stay away from it.
  3. Google announced the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL earlier this week and it's the first phone by the company that comes with facial recognition. The face unlocking system works a bit similarly to Apple's Face ID. And similar to iPhones, the Pixel 4 series does not have any form of fingerprint scanning sensors. However, according to BBC reporter Chris Fox, the Pixel 4 can unlock by scanning a face even when eyes are closed. If you need a closer look, Fox uploaded a short video on Twitter that shows this flaw. Proof, for those asking #madebygoogle #pixel4 pic.twitter.com/mBDJphVpfB — Chris Fox (@thisisFoxx) October 15, 2019 This potentially means that anyone can pick up the Pixel 4, scan your face and unlock it even when your eyes are closed. This also means that someone can access the Pixel 4 by scanning the owner's face even when they are sleeping. On other Android phones like the OnePlus 7T Pro and iPhones with Face ID, the face unlock system checks for your eyes to be open and will ask users to look into the camera. Google's support page has also confirmed that “Your phone can also be unlocked by someone else if it's held up to your face, even if your eyes are closed,” the page reads. “Keep your phone in a safe place, like your front pocket or handbag.” © Twitter It seems like Google is already working on a fix as a new image stating the fact that the Face unlock feature will have the “require eyes to be open” feature soon, has surfaced online. Google has confirmed to reporter Fox that the new feature will not be available when the Pixel 4 goes on sale. At the moment, Google is recommending users to use the lockdown function that comes on the Pixel 4. This mode uses the traditional pin code method and disables the face unlock feature. The lockdown mode can be accessed directly from the power menu by going to Settings > Display > Advanced > Lock screen display and enable the Show lockdown option.
  4. Gully Boy making it to the Oscar's entry gate courtesy Ranveer Singh's brilliant performance and Zoya Akhtar's great storytelling, came as no surprise to anyone. © Excel Entertainment The narrative was compelling, gripping and hit us right in the feels, making us cry as well as feel elated, as we watched Murad (Ranveer) finally taste the success he deserves. Gully Boy is inspired by the lives of Indian street rappers Divine and Naezy, who started small and ended up joining the league of prominent artists in India. View this post on Instagram Wolfpack @naezythebaa #GullyBoy, @ranveersingh watch #FamouslyFilmfare @jiteshpillaai @filmfare #RanveerSingh #Bollywood #celebrity @ritesh_sid @zoieakhtar @FarOutAkhtar @excelmovies #TigerBaby @aliaabhatt @siddhantchaturvedi @kalkikanmani @ZeeMusicCompany @vivianakadivine @ankurtewari @dubsharma #GullyBoy #infitno_nurlat#melvinlouis#bollyshake#kajal #arjun__artist007 #indiandancefaculty #tareefan #veerediwedding #sonamkapoor #kareenakapoor #swarabhaskar #shikhatalsania #qaranx #badshah #dance #bollyshake #a2d2dance #bollylearn #indiadance #indiandancefame #dancersofinstagram #dancersofindia #ltrdance #bollydancenetwork #2 A post shared by Ranveer Singh GullY Boy (@ranveersingh_gullyboy) on Jan 17, 2019 at 8:17am PST Divine (Vivian Fernandes) hit to fame after his track 'Ye Mera Bombay' impressed everyone. He made his way up in the world of Hindi rapping and is currently an inspiration for many youngsters in the country who dream big, despite not having much. With a plethora of admirers running after him and rooting for him, there is one particular fan of Divine who has rooted for him since he began his journey and it's none other than his mother. Divine recently shared a video of his mother cheering and dancing her heart out at his concert, proving that mothers are indeed our biggest cheerleaders. View this post on Instagram Meri maa hai front mein torch light ke saat ðð½â£ï¸ðð½ #Farak A post shared by ð ð ð ð ð ð ð ð ð ð (@vivianakadivine) on Oct 17, 2019 at 12:05am PDT Damn, that's just beautiful! © Instagram His song 'Farak' is dedicated to his mother and he has been very vocal about her contribution in his life and to his success.
  5. Kartik Aaryan has made it pretty clear that his style statement usually revolves around relaxed outfits, unless it's a red carpet event or his movie promotions. But this time, his style took a new turn that made our jaws drop. Currently, he is gearing up with Bhumi Pednekar and Ananya Panday for the release of their upcoming movie Pati, Patni Aur Woh. The movie promotions are in full swing and the trio walked the ramp on 16th October for Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla, in their reel characters from the movie. Kartik made an avant-garde statement in an embroidered kurta but his pearl juttis are what grabbed eye-balls. Exhibit A: © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Kartik usually gets papped in his favourite Hummel sneakers but this time, he shined bright with pearl juttis instead. With festivities around the corner, if you are on a hunt for a pair of shoes to go well with your traditional ensemble, give these juttis a good look. The actor's recent avatar added an oomph factor to the ramp. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani Kartik was at his ethnic best in an embroidered white kurta paired with churidaar and layered with a pink sherwani designed in fine mirror work, while Bhumi and Ananya looked surreal in beautiful lehengas. © Viral Bhayani The first poster of Pati, Patni Aur Woh is out now and we can't wait to see this trio together. The film is a remake of the same name where the story revolves around a couple and how the Pati gets involved with his secretary. The movie is all set for release on 6th December 2019. View this post on Instagram ð«......ðð» हायà¥...à¤à¥à¤¯à¤¾ सà¥à¤®à¤¾à¤à¤² हॠð Miliye #ChintuTyagi se Kanpur ke sabse à¤à¤¦à¤°à¥à¤¶à¤µà¤¾à¤¦à¥ Patið𤫠#PatiPatniAurWoh ð«ðð» @bhumipednekar @ananyapanday @mudassar_as_is @bhushankumar @junochopra @tseries.official @tseriesfilms @brstudiosllp A post shared by KARTIK AARYAN (@kartikaaryan) on Oct 14, 2019 at 10:30pm PDT View this post on Instagram #ChintuTyagi is always 'Right' Even if he is on the left !ðð¤«â¤ï¸ #PatiPatniAurWoh ð«ðð» ... @bhumipednekar @ananyapanday @mudassar_as_is @aparshakti_khurana @bhushankumar @junochopra @brstudiosllp @tseriesfilms @tseries.official A post shared by KARTIK AARYAN (@kartikaaryan) on Oct 15, 2019 at 9:01pm PDT We wish them good luck for Pati, Patni Aur Woh.
  6. Ali Fazal is one actor who is not just making waves in Bollywood but has also found his calling from the shores of Hollywood on the basis of his insane and sheer talent. © Excel Entertainment The Mirzapur actor, who has had to work very hard to prove his mettle, is currently on an all-time career high. With Victoria And Abdul giving him a pretty solid exposure in Hollywood, Ali is currently busy shooting with none other than Wonder Woman Gal Gadot for Death In the Nile, which is based on an Agatha Christie novel. The cast and the crew is currently on a shooting schedule in London, where Ali also called in his 33rd birthday, courtesy Gal, who threw a private and a surprise dinner bash for him. Ali took to social media to share the pictures and videos from his birthday, along with a 'thank you' note. View this post on Instagram And the Birthday ended on a sweet and very co incidental plan manifested at this cute little place with some of my wonderful co actors #annettebening @gal_gadot . Thanks for that video Gal, i literally blew the light out of that frame. Also with me was maah dear friend aditya desai and sonali cozied up in a booth near the fire. i wana thank alll my friends and fans from across the globe who poured in with the wishes. I wish everyone wisdom in these dark times - words are often thrown about like shredded paper and so i ask of you to stop and ponder on the ones you use in lets say one day. They can change the world . I kid you not. My two bits. HAVE A GREAT OCTOBER . (I mean i'll stil post its just.. sounded like a nice end so oct isnt over ð³ ) bye. A post shared by ali fazal (@alifazal9) on Oct 16, 2019 at 1:20am PDT While still in London, he also decided to catch a movie at the ongoing film festival where he also, in what one might call an event of pure serendipity, got the chance to meet his idol, the legendary Al Pacino. Ali happily shared his selfie with him along with a long note about this wonderful encounter which read as follows: "I post this today. My best gift of 2019, hell actually my whole life as ive known it because the people who know me know very well what this meant. I told him i pirated his movies just to catch up at one point. Id neva do that now but we all done bad things.We spoke a little about my work and then for some reason i remembered my two mamu's and my mum being great fans of him as well.. so, i told him they were the ones who got me hooked on to you. My first fairytale i remember as a child is a story about an italian family in newyork. And years later i asked my mom why she did that. Who tells a kid about the godfather and she said - “i thought it was a nice story but i dont think i told it right. Go Watch it “. Anyway.. this was long overdue. And it happened at a private screening for the irishman with Mr De niro, Martin scorsese, harvy kietel, anna paquin and Al ofcourse. The movie? Flawless and if i can say the perfect film. Now u must understand an actor can never say that but it is. Its long tho.” Wow. Talk about the ultimate birthday gift. Death On The Nile follows the story of detective Hercule Poirot, who is trying to solve the case of the mysterious death of an Egyptian princess.
  7. Actress Swara Bhasker is currently on cloud nine after she found out that Amitabh Bachchan, in the recent episode of Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC), asked a question related to her 2017 film Anarkali of Aarah. She expressed her immense joy with Big B taking her name in the show and tweeted, “OMG! I heard that living legend #AmitabhBachchan just read out a question & said my name in the process. Dying a little bit with joy! #Today #AmitabhBachchanSaidMyName #KaunBanegaCrorepati Big thanks 2 the writers of the show & congrats to the participant @SonyTV send me a clip. OMG! I heard that living legend #AmitabhBachchan just read out a question & said my name in the process. Dying a little bit with joy! #Today #AmitabhBachchanSaidMyName #KaunBanegaCrorepati Big thanks 2 the writers of the show & congrats to the participantð» @SonyTV send me a clip pic.twitter.com/Tzk13zizSX — Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) October 15, 2019 The popular quiz show, KBC, hosted by Amitabh Bachchan is in its 11th season now and has emerged as one of the most watched shows in the country, according to reports. Anarkali of Aarah is touted to be Swara's one of the best performances so far in which she plays the role of a dancer from Bihar, who fights for herself and stands against sexual molestation. The 31-year-old actress was last seen in the film Veere Di Wedding, along with Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor and Shikha Talsania among others. The actress will be next seen in Faraz Arif Ansari's same-*** love story Sheer Qorma with Divya Dutta and acclaimed actress Shabana Azmi.
  8. Sony has already claimed that the PlayStation 5 will be able to run your PlayStation 4 games as the console will have backwards compatibility feature. Sony has not detailed any more information about this feature and how it would work but there have been recent reports and leaks on how robust it may just be. © Twitter_LetsGoDigital Industry insiders, journalists and other leakers have suggested that Sony will take the backwards compatibility feature even further. The upcoming console is expected to have compatibility for even PS1, PS2, PS3 and PS4 games if these reports are to be taken seriously. The reports suggest that the PlayStation 5 will be able to run discs from all previous PlayStation consoles and if you have your hands on some, we suggest you hold onto them. However, it hasn't been specified whether all games will be available to run or whether it would run specific games only. © Twitter_LetsGoDigital PlayStation insider PSErebus has leaked reliable information in the past such as the release date of The Last of Us Part 2. The insider tweeted something along the same lines and urged his followers to not dispose or trade their old PlayStation games. He didn't specify whether the PS5 will play discs from older generation PlayStation consoles natively, however his tweet does appear to suggest that. Do not dispose of, trade or sell your PlayStation®, PlayStation®2, PlayStation®3 or PlayStation®4 games #Sony #PS #PS4 #PS5 #SonyPlayStation #PlayStation #PlayStation5 #PSX #PlayStationExperience #Holiday2020 #25YearsOfPlay #PlayStation25thAnniversary #PS5Anniversary — PlayStation (@PSErebus) September 30, 2019 If these rumours are true, the PlayStation 5 will be the first console from Sony that will be able to run games from all generations. The company wants to put as much emphasis on the past as much it wants to on the future of console gaming. Of course, all of this should be taken with a grain of salt like any rumour or report.
  9. Bollywood's one of the most loved couples Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are only a few months away from celebrating their first wedding anniversary, as they tied the knot in December 2018. Recently, in an interview to Harper's Bazaar US, Deepika got candid about her life after marriage, battling depression and her Bollywood journey so far among others. The 33-year-old actor, on being asked about why she did not want to live with Ranveer before marriage, said, “There was a lot of temptation to move away from the traditional, especially for the two of us, who are constantly travelling, but it was important to me." She added, "Ranveer has always been okay with whatever. He's always said, 'Whatever makes you happy makes me happy.' But for me, it's about wanting to do everything at the right time. It's how I saw my parents do it, so I didn't know any other way.” View this post on Instagram â¤ï¸ A post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on Feb 22, 2019 at 3:51am PST “If we had started living together earlier, then what would we be discovering later on? That's what this year has been—living together and discovering each other. I like to say we made the best decision of our lives. I know people are cynical about marriage, but that hasn't been our experience. We believe in the institution, and we're enjoying every bit of it,” she further added. Should we call it a wise decision? It surely seems to have worked for the 'power couple' and they are still madly in love. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on Nov 20, 2018 at 3:32am PST Soon after the wedding, Deepika started shooting for Meghna Gulzar's Chhapaak, in which she will be seen playing the role of an acid attack survivor. Besides, she will also be seen in the much awaited film 83, a biopic of veteran cricketer Kapil Dev, alongside her husband Ranveer. Deepika plays cricketer Kapil Dev's wife Romi.
  10. After legendary director Martin Scorsese drew flak from the entire human race for his criticism of Marvel movies, fellow director Taika Waititi stepped in to support the MCU's cinematic ventures. Scorsese sparked controversy after comparing Marvel films to theme park rides. In an interview with Empire published last month, Scorsese said that he had “tried” to watch movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but that they are “not cinema.” “Honestly, the closest I can think of them, as well made as they are, with actors doing the best they can under the circumstances, is theme parks,” he said. “It isn't the cinema of human beings trying to convey emotional, psychological experiences to another human being.” Waititi, who's returning to the director's chair for Thor: Love and Thunder's 2021 release, happens to be one of the most-loved minds behind any of the Marvel films. His work on Thor: Ragnarok was universally acclaimed by critics and fans alike - many of whom were excited to see his laidback, easygoing onscreen persona of Korg. In an interview with Associated Press regarding his upcoming project, Jojo Rabbit, Waititi took a moment to address Scorsese's criticism - as nonchalant as ever. "Of course it's cinema! It's at the movies." Director Taika Waititi (@TaikaWaititi) of "Thor: Ragnarok" and "Jojo Rabbit" responds to Martin Scorsese's criticism of Marvel movies as "not cinema." pic.twitter.com/nawpRK6FTl — AP Entertainment (@APEntertainment) 15 October 2019 While Scorsese has been very much a demanding filmmaker without compromise, Waititi has played both sides of the game. With multiple projects in the commercialised comic book world as well as excellent indie efforts in his filmography, he's probably the most qualified name to comment on Scorsese's criticism - leading to MCU fanboys squealing in excitement: Marvel is at the top and everybody is pressed. When avatar n its crappy "pocahontas" storyline was at the top nobody had shit to say. — Vanroy (@vechris) 15 October 2019 Meanwhile, more discerning cinemagoers stood on Scorsese's side. No, they are not actual cinema. I like Taika and 'Thor: Ragnarok', but the rest and most of the Marvel movies are soap operas with Marvel superheroes. Very low quality. — John Sant (@JohnSant87) 15 October 2019 Either way, it's a debate that no one asked for, but everyone got, somehow. If anything, Scorsese should be pleased - making headlines a mere fortnight before his next film, The Irishman, hits Netflix, theatres and every one of us hungry for a good old-fashioned mafia flick.
  11. A few months ago we heard that actor Rajkummar Rao was roped in to play the lead in Dostana 2, the sequel to the 2008 hit film produced by Karan Johar. Rajkummar was reportedly supposed to play a gay character in the love story that revolves around two gay men pretending to be straight. However, Rajkummar is not part of the film which is now said to star Kartik Aaryan, Lakshya, and Janhvi Kapoor. View this post on Instagram Dazzling away for #GarbaNight in Ahmedabad wore @mmalhotraworld and @dune_london tassel loafers! Styled by @thetyagiakshay Assisted by @mayuri_1192 @arpitajoshii #rajkummarrao #festive #MIC #stylefile #akshaytyagiforstylecell #dazzletassel #MadeInChina A post shared by Raj Kummar Rao (@rajkummar_rao) on Oct 6, 2019 at 5:35am PDT In a recent interview with TOI, Rajkummar said, “ I had date issues as I have already signed a few upcoming projects.” He also said that he is eager to work in a KJo film very soon. Meanwhile, Kartik, Lakshya and Janhvi are ready to get on with the first schedule of the film which is spread across 22days in different parts of North India including Chandigarh and Patiala. Later, the team is also said to be shot overseas. View this post on Instagram This Diwali, get your hands on the Soup-er hit Jugaad of the Year! ð¥ð Presenting the #MadeInChinaTrailer. #IndiaKaJugaad #DineshVijan @mikhilmusale27 @imouniroy @boman_irani @gajrajrao #PareshRawal @sumeetvyas @amyradastur93 @pvijan @maddockfilms @officialjiostudios @officialjiocinema @sonymusicindia @soulfulsachin @jigarsaraiya A post shared by Raj Kummar Rao (@rajkummar_rao) on Sep 18, 2019 at 1:23am PDT Janhvi said, “I'm excited about Dostana 2 because it's a very funny script. If you talk about path-breaking films, I feel this story will be like that.” Meanwhile, Rajkummar Rao is currently awaiting the release of his upcoming film, Made in China with Mouni Roy and Roohi Afza opposite Janhvi Kapoor. Who would you want to replace Rajkummar Rao in 'Dostana 2'? Let us know in the comments below.
  12. When it comes to budget smartphones, users want good performance, an attractive price and a premium design. At least that was the case a year ago, but now even budget smartphones are pushing the envelope by offering good cameras, fast charging and more storage. Xiaomi has now announced the launch of the Redmi Note 8 Pro and Redmi Note 8 in India that offers everything we just mentioned and then some. The two smartphones in the Redmi Note series come with a quad-camera setup, awesome design and the most important thing; an attractive price tag. We got to check out the smartphones for a brief period of time and here are our super early impressions of the two: Design © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla When it comes to an upgrade from the Redmi Note 7 and 7 Pro, Xiaomi has upgraded every specification and aspect of the smartphone - the major update being the quad-camera setup. Both smartphones get the premium treatment when it comes to the design. The Redmi Note 8 comes in four colours i.e. Neptune Blue, Space Black, Cosmic Purple and Moonlight White, where the white variant is probably our favourite. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The white variant has a gradient finish with a slight blue undertone that makes it stand out from the rest. Similarly, the Redmi Note 8 Pro comes in Halo White, Gamma Green, and Shadow Black colour options, however, the 'Gamma Green' variant is the one you want to look out for. Both smartphones come with a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 coating, both at the front and back, giving it the premium feel similar to flagship smartphones. When it comes to biometrics security, both smartphones have a traditional fingerprint sensor at the back and face-unlocking capabilities. Display© MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Both the Redmi Note 8 Pro and Redmi Note 8 come with IPS LCD displays while the only difference is the screen size. The Redmi Note 8 Pro comes with a larger 6.53-inch screen while the Redmi Note 8 comes with a 6.39-inch display. Both smartphones have a drop-style notch and a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels (19.5:9 aspect ratio). Another major difference is the 3D curved display on the Note 8 Pro. Cameras © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla While both smartphones have a quad-camera setup, there are stark differences between the two that set them apart from each other. The Redmi Note 8 Pro variant comes with a 64MP primary sensor while the Redmi Note 8 comes with a 48MP primary sensor. The main difference will be in the resolution of the images. The primary sensor is the only differentiating factor between the two smartphones as the other three sensors remain the same on both models. The additional sensors include an 8MP ultra-wide lens with a field of view of 120-degrees. The third sensors is a 2MP, f/2.4 macro lens while the last sensor is a 2MP f/2.4 depth sensor. When it comes to video, the smartphones can capture video at 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps While the camera specifications look very impressive on paper, we did not get enough time with the smartphone to draw conclusions. We will be testing out the cameras soon to know how they perform in each mode. Processor and Battery Specifications Again, it is hard to know about long-term performance since we have not spent enough time with the two devices. The Redmi Note 8 Pro comes with MediaTek's new chipset Helio G90T that also has a huge focus on gaming performance. The Redmi Note 8 Pro also comes with liquid cooling in order to prevent any kind of throttling while gaming. Being a new processor, it is hard to draw conclusions about its performance. From what we know, the processor is good enough to come close to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, but we can't be sure until we use it for a longer period. The Redmi Note 8 Pro comes with 6GB of RAM to 8GB of RAM depending on the storage option you pick. On the other hand, the Redmi Note 8 is powered by Qualcomm's mid-range processor i.e. the Snapdragon 665 SoC. We've seen this processor in action before on the Mi A3 and we can expect a similar sort of performance. The Redmi Note 8 Pro comes from 4GB of RAM to 6GB of RAM depending on the model. In terms of battery capacity, the Redmi Note 8 Pro comes with a 4,500mAh unit, while the Redmi Note 8 comes with a slightly smaller 4,000mAh battery. Both smartphones now come with a USB-C port and support 18W fast charging which has been a much-asked-for feature for the Note series. Conclusion The Redmi Note smartphones are the marquee devices of Xiaomi in India and from our initial impressions, the Redmi Note 8 Pro is a worthy successor. In our initial impressions, the Redmi Note 8 Pro performs well, has all the right upgrades and is also very affordable. Stay tuned for our full review to know more about the phone and how it performs in real-life situations.
  13. Back in the late 90s, Bollywood was in a state of constant metamorphosis. Cool, young people from all over India demanded relatable, non-traditional content to watch on their newly-purchased TV sets - and in 1998, Channel V answered with the considerably successful House Arrest chat show. It was on this set that the long and storied saga of Ranvir Shorey and Vinay Pathak's creative association began. Pathak and Shorey on the sets of Ranvir, Vinay Aur Kaun? © Star Network “Ranvir and I met for the first time when we were doing this show for Channel V, called House Arrest,” explains Pathak. “It was an Indi-pop show that we both used to host.” House Arrest went on to enjoy a fair amount of success - something that Shorey suggests was due to nailing down each others' comedic timing. Pathak follows by explaining just how open-minded and free their environment was at Channel V. “Fortunately for us at that time, the creatives and bosses gave us a free rein to do whatever we wanted to do. And we did. We did anything and everything under the sun, and it retained popularity. Because of the madness we kind of brought in together. Pathak and Shorey in Mixed Doubles.© Handmade Films The time was indeed ripe for change. During and before the early 2000s, urban India was swept away with several fantastic examples of TV writing that are still enjoyable today - Hum Paanch, Captain Vyom, Tara and more. Shorey and Pathak however, weren't interested in successful formulas and the like - they were in it for a good laugh. “There's a craziness that became the soul of everything we created, and it doesn't stop there,” adds Pathak. “There was this new brand of humour that we became a part of creating. Comedy had a very specific face and quality in those days, for both TV and films. Then we came in, not being experts at anything! Two brats…” he mutters, trailing off into a guffaw. “We wanted to do everything, just because we hadn't been asked not to yet. It was like two mischievous children who wanted to play with all the toys,” Pathak admits. “It became the rule, that there were no rules! That's how we created our space... actually, it got created. We weren't doing anything with an objective in our minds, to be honest. We were just doing it because it was fun. Because we had the platform to do it, we could indulge in our madness and make things entertaining. Even presenting a song on the channel, we made sure that we were entertaining for both ourselves and the people watching us.” Pathak and Shorey in Bheja Fry © Handmade Films Soon enough, their talent gained even more recognition and finesse through the early 2000s, culminating in 2006 with Khosla Ka Ghosla and Mixed Doubles. This was then followed up with Bheja Fry - which many consider to be the duo's best (and funniest) film together. © Twitter/Vinay Pathak “So that's how it started, our association, and of course it went further. We did films together, we hosted TV together, we now do theatre together. We're even neighbours - we live in the same wing, the same building.” “Do we hang out all the time? No,” he laughs. “He's very busy, and so am I sometimes. If and when we do get the chance though, we catch up. We just live a floor apart!” Regarding Shorey's latest venture into comedy with The Office's Indian remake. “I think we should have been together [in The Office.] I'm not saying anything to the makers... If we did it together, it would have been great,” he considers, with a smile. Aside from a two-decade long history, both actors have an immense amount of respect and love for each other. It's a friendship and creative collaboration that's lasted the test of time and box office demands. If you're a doubter, just look at the words which Pathak uses. “It's a friendship that will definitely last forever - that's one thing I could say. There's a comfort, a warmth in each other's company, because there's a lot to learn from each other as well. We have a pool of friends - we all love to create, love, laugh and work together. It's warming to know there's a friend right there for you, always.” Now that's how you describe a bromance.
  14. Realme has finally made its version of the “flagship killer” official in China today and the smartphone boasts of some impressive components. Realme has been known for making smartphones that offer great performance for a budget-friendly price, but this will be the Chinese company's first smartphone with flagship-level specifications. © Weibo When looking at the specifications, the Realme X2 Pro comes with a 6.5-inch FHD+ (2400x1080) Super AMOLED 90Hz display, Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC, and 50W SuperVOOC charging. The display comes with a waterdrop notch that you can also find on the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7. The display has support for HDR10+ video content and has an in-display fingerprint sensor. The Realme X2 Pro starts at CNY 2,599 (~Rs 26,000) for the 6GB RAM/64GB internal storage variant. The 8GB/128GB variant costs CNY 2,799 (~Rs 28,000) while the 12GB + 256GB variant is priced at CNY 3,199 (~Rs 32,000). The 12GB + 256GB variant also comes with UFS 3.0 Storage which will result in faster app loads and file transfer speeds. © Weibo In the camera department, the Realme X2 Pro comes with a 64-megapixel primary sensor, a 13-megapixel telephoto lens with 20x zoom, an 8-megapixel macro lens and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle sensor. There is also a 16-megapixel selfie camera at the front. The Realme X2 Pro features a 4,000mAh battery that can be fast charged with OPPO's 50W SuperVOOC charger. It can essentially charge the smartphone to 100% in under an hour. Other notable features include support for Hi-Res audio which is also present in the Redmi K20 Pro. © Realme The Realme X2 Pro comes in two colours i.e. Ocean Blue and Midnight Silver and will also launch in India this December. We can expect the smartphone to be a bit more expensive than the Chinese variant and it may start at Rs 28,000.
  15. Remember when #JCBKiKhudai started trending on Twitter? A user had discovered that people watch videos of machines excavating rubble from construction sites and such videos garner a lot of views. Apparently, people found these videos calming and some found it entertaining. Now, an old CCTV footage of thieves clawing out an ATM machine with a construction digger has resurfaced on the internet and has left netizens majorly impressed. Masked thieves rip an ATM out of a building with a construction claw pic.twitter.com/ZQiELN1IgZ — RT (@RT_com) October 14, 2019 According to The Guardian, a gang of thieves first stole the machine from the construction site and then the ATM from Dungiven, Northern Ireland. The whole heist took around four minutes. After digging the machine out they put the ATM on the roof of their car and drove off smoothly. The video was shared on Twitter and now has over 200,000 views. Here's what people have to say about the robbery- That's me when I forget the PIN #. — Sundog the Skiver (@Patrick22968900) October 14, 2019 If there's a will, there's a way — Milo Mariani â (@Milo_Mariani) October 14, 2019 If there's a claw, there's the ATM. — âSimonâðµð­ (@Simon_Alahero) October 14, 2019 Now Indian thieves will try to thisð — Shubhamð®ð³ (@Shubham15090699) October 15, 2019 victimless crime. — Ben Strong (@bensname) October 14, 2019 innovative ð — Egypt will prevail ðªð¬ (@___Sinuhe___) October 14, 2019 The incident originally took place on April 7 and was the 11th such robbery this year. The ease of the crime and the cleverness of the thieves have left people impressed in a weird way and the thieves are now being called the 'Hole in the Wall Gang'. However, the Irish police has made several arrests and has also been able to recover some of the stolen cash from the gang members. All we can hope is that nobody gets inspired by this robbery in India. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below.
  16. Whether you prefer the clean-shaven face or the fancy long beard, there's no denying the fact that beards can make or break your look. Now, it's an accessory that men make the most of, thanks to its versatility and ability to flatter all face shapes. You may be a beard buff, but if the same beard style has started looking a tad bit boring, get inspired by Sahib Bhatia, an entrepreneur who runs a tech startup, who went all in and trimmed his six-inch long beard to a medium stubble. © MensXP For him, growing a beard was an experiment that turned his look 360 degrees. "Experimenting is the word as it helps you figure out what suits you and what doesn't. It doesn't matter what you have right now but you should be able to carry it absolute panache," says Sahib Bhatia. Sahib still continues to experiment with his beard and this is what he had to tell us about his beard journey: Q. Tell us your beard story. How did you come about to grow your beard? As a guy, I think we have to keep experimenting with our looks and our beard. Even the smallest of things like your hairstyle and your outfit can make a huge difference. So, growing a beard was also a unique idea. I went ahead and decided to go for it. Q. What is your beard maintenance routine? Well, for me, beard shampoo and conditioner worked well when I had a long beard. Also, trimming regularly is the key so it grows equally. But currently, since I am not sporting a long beard, I just try to keep it in shape as much as I can with a high-quality trimmer. © MensXP Q. Did you have to face any issues when you started growing your beard? What did you do for that? Whenever you grow a beard, you tend to feel itchy and your beard sure gets rough. Make sure the basics like washing your beard and combing are followed ardently. Conditioning and oiling help too. Q. Tell us 5 beard grooming products that are must-haves according to you. The most essential thing is a trimmer that's made with high-quality titanium blades. Also, beard oil, wax and comb are other key products that you should include in your kit. Q. How often do you wash your beard? Since I have a short beard right now, I wash it twice a week and not more than that. © MensXP Q. How do you pick your beard shampoo and conditioner? My barber helped me pick the right products for my beard. I consider him as my guru whose advice helped me when I was growing out my beard. I ask him for the products suitable for my beard and use them as a part of the routine. Q. Any advice for young boys who are trying to grow their first beard? Experimenting is the word as it helps you figure out what suits you and what doesn't. It doesn't matter what you have right now but you should be able to carry it with absolute panache. Q. An actor's beard that you would like to try out? Robert Downey Jr. from Iron Man 1 for sure. The whole trend of beards began from there. I am also inspired by Sanjay Dutt's beard. © MensXP Q. Have you ever been to a beard spa? Any favourite treatments or routines that you like to go for regularly? I have got Keratin treatment done on my beard. It helped straighten and nourish my long beard back then. Q. What's in your travel grooming kit? A trimmer, beard wax and beard oil. Q. What's your opinion on handlebar moustaches? They look wonderful. If I could pull it off, I will definitely do it. I will try it soon for sure as a part of experimentation, like I said. As similar or varied as beard styles may be, courtesy the eclectic stylistic evolution across the multicultural stylescape of the nation, every man has his own beard story and a signature aesthetic in which he carries his beard. Short, patchy, long, thick, or full-bodied - beards add a distinctive character and charm to a face, irrespective of how one keeps it. '31 Days Of Beard' is a celebration of men from all walks of life, and their beards, in all shapes and forms. For all your grooming needs check out the personal grooming range by Havells.
  17. Are you looking to launch a new online community or revitalize an existing community, and you're worried about the numbers of users? Gaining members - and retaining them - is always the hardest struggle for new communities. Even if you're an established brand or organization, it can be a challenge to build a core group of members. The problem? Most communities launch too early. The truism "if you build it, they will come" is no longer valid. There are countless online peer and social groups, industry associations, and trade organizations competing for your user's time and attention. You can't launch a new community and passively wait for users to visit. The Internet is too crowded now. Ask yourself the hard question: are you having difficulty attracting and retaining new members? One of the best secrets to launching new communities is to already have a core group of members in place -- all done in advance of launching your community. Follow the CHIP process to generate member demand. Download: IPS CHIP Process 2019-09.pdf Part of the magic behind the CHIP Process is that by reaching out, you build relations with existing members in a meaningful manner. Don't push your community idea at this point. Your only goal is to meet people, build genuine relationships, and understand key themes such as user challenges or industry needs. This dramatically heightens your chance of success when you do launch. You have a known audience familiar with you and your community, who can spread the word. You identified a core group of active users, who can immediately start posting. You also surveyed key themes and business challenges, so you even have a headstart on content will be most attractive. By doing this prep work in advance, you've fine-tuned your community strategy to exactly what's needed and can be successful on Day 1. Building a new community requires prep work. Although Invision Community can empower you with a modern set of features once you launch, you need to pair the platform with the excitement and problem-solving that only your community can offer - and that means taking the time to understand what's needed before you launch. Best wishes on your community launch, and share your community's success in the comments below!
  18. The term "flame-wars" was coined way back in the 1970s when computer scientists talking in the first electronic discussion boards noticed that here was "an escalation of critical comments and an increase in the frequency with which people would respond with short negative messages." For anyone that has ventured into the comment section of Youtube, read Twitter for more than a few minutes or frequented active forums will know that our behaviour hasn't improved. Sherry Turkle, Ph.D., a psychologist and professor at MIT, conducted hundreds of interviews over 15 years and found that "we allow ourselves behaviours online we never would in person." These interactions aren't just restricted to strangers on social media as Turkle notes that "we do things online that hurt and damage real relationships". Why is this? Tom Sander, executive director of the Saguaro Seminar project on civic engagement at the Harvard Kennedy School, explains that having the ability to be anonymous "can be a real attraction if no one knows you have a drinking problem or depression. The Internet can be useful in allowing people to anonymously 'come out' about their problems and get support. But it is also an Achilles heel. If people don't know who you are, you are much more likely to say things in a nasty or snarky tone. In general, we invest less in our reputation in online groups because it is easier to exit them and join other groups. In real space, if you don't get along with your neighbour, you're less likely to say something really nasty, because moving out of town is costly." A lot of toxicity is from those who just like hearing themselves talk, or feel better when they put others down. Some people think they are clever and witty by using sarcasm and pointing out the flaws in another's argument. Here's a few ways to manage negativity in your community. Model your ideal behaviour The simplest and most effective way to manage negativity in your community is to be the behaviour you seek. Ensure your replies and friendly and polite. Be fun where appropriate and learn about your regular members. Make sure your team is visible and post regularly so the community feels well run and someone is on hand to deal with issues when they arise. Your community will follow suit and replicate your behaviour. When your community is positive and helpful, toxicity and negativity find it very hard to get a foothold. Your members will weed it out and correct those members for you. Have clear guidelines Socious's Senior Director of Community Management, Katie Bapple advises moderators not to be impulsive when dealing with toxic members. "Controversial community members should not be dealt with compulsively; have reasonable guidelines and policies in place that draw a clear line, so you know when it's been crossed." A clear and well-written community guidelines document won't stop trouble from occurring, but it will provide your team with clear boundaries and protocols to follow. Have a light touch with moderation tools It's easy to reach for the moderation tools when you see toxic or very harmful posts in a topic. It only takes a few clicks, and you can remove it from view and pretend it didn't happen. However, much like a child trying to get his parent's attention, the more you try and silence them, the louder and more insistent they will be to get heard. They'll very likely return more inflamed and vitriolic than before. Unless the content crosses the boundaries you have set for your community; it is often more productive to post a polite reply gently guiding the discussion back on track and thank contributors for their input so far. If this doesn't de-escalate the situation, then: Make it private Open a dialogue with the offender to try and calm the situation. Often this act alone makes the member feel valued and transforms them into a happy and productive member of the community. Just remind them of the boundaries set out in your community guidelines. At least you will stop the member from continuing to post in public areas and derailing topics. Use the appropriate moderation tool Invision Community is packed with tools to help manage toxicity and negativity. However, reaching right for the ban button may not be the best course of action. Consider a warning, which the member must acknowledge before posting again. Keep it friendly and polite and to the point. If the behaviour continues, then consider a short term block. Often an enforced 48 hours away from the community is enough to regain some perspective. Don't assume it'll go away The truth is people love drama, and most people are drawn towards negativity. We can't help but look when we come across a vehicle accident, and sadly, it's largely the same in a community. It might be tempting to keep on scrolling and hope that it all sorts itself out. Likely, it won't, and intervention will be required. That might be a polite, friendly reminder to get the topic back on track, or contacting the member in private. Either way, the best approach is to nip it in the bud with a light touch before it spins out of control, and more forceful action is required. You can't please everyone It should be a last resort, but your community may not be a good fit for everyone. If that is the case, then you can consider a permanent ban, or demoting the member into a read-only member group. Ultimately though negativity and toxicity are pretty rare in an upbeat and productive community. Most quarrels are fixed quickly, and it's rare to find a troll determined to corrupt your community. Identify your boundaries and educate your community on what is not acceptable and be proactive when issues arise, and you'll keep sentiment positive. If you run your own community, I'd love to know what tips you can share on dealing with negativity and toxicity. Let me know below.
  19. Avengers... assemble, once again? Even though Anthony Russo said that he isn't focussing on beating 'Avatar' to become the highest grossing movie ever just yesterday, looks like he didn't get his story with Kevin Feige straight. The Marvel boss made a pretty big announcement about 'Avengers: Endgame'. The much-anticipated movie came out on April 26th and earned over $2.4 billion but that's not enough. The movie is getting re-released next week with a post-credit scene and some deleted scenes, according to Kevin Feige. Talking to Screen Rant, he said, “Not an extended cut, but there will be a version going into theatres with a bit of a marketing push with a few new things at the end of the movie. If you stay and watch the movie, after the credits, there'll be a deleted scene, a little tribute, and a few surprises. Which will be next weekend.” Is the tribute for Tony Stark? Could be. Probably. While it's still not clear if it's getting released in India again, but it will be great if it does. We can watch it again just before the release of 'Spiderman: Far From Home' and then mourn Tony along with Peter Parker all over again. Also, James Cameron should start working on his post when 'Endgame' finally beats 'Avatar' since this re-release will probably give the Marvel movie the push it needs to race to the finish line.
  20. Break ups are bad and seemingly the one advice you always get post your break up, is keeping your distance from your ex-girlfriend. Have you heard your friends always tell you "whatever you do bro, just don't hook up with your ex, move on man"? Well, that advice is valid and legit only because you want to forget the past and move forward and maybe give someone else a chance. But there is a lingering feeling deep inside you, which probably still connects to your ex, and it's kinda inevitable and there is nothing you can do to contain that feeling really. © MensXP There may come a time where you will bump into your ex at a party or a bar, and if you haven't seen each other for long, you'll either ignore each other's respective presence or rekindle long lost conversations. Most likely, it's the latter and sometimes, those conversations could bring about latent feelings and the sexual pleasure you both derived from each other. Yes, sleeping with an ex is as common as the common cold and many of us indulge in it, and feel either ashamed or angry the next day or know for a fact that feelings for them still remain. But what if I told you, sleeping with an ex is not that bad, after all? Yes, you read that right. According to some recent research from Wayne State University, having *** with your ex might not be such a bad idea, in fact, the research argues that it may even be a 'good' idea. © MensXP The study was conducted in two parts and it analysed the daily experiences and activities of 113 individuals who'd recently broken up or were going through a break-up. Two months after the break-up, they were given a questionnaire to fill. The questionnaire asked if they'd tried to have physical contact with their ex and if they were emotionally attached to them and how they felt, every day, after they'd had some form of physical contact with their ex. The second part was somewhat similar, where 372 participants were asked to take a survey, which asked them similar questions about physical contact with their ex's and their level of attachments with them. The result was quite fascinating actually. Rather than expecting that sleeping with an ex is emotionally turbulent and can leave feelings to linger on, hindering your ability to move on, while prolonging the heartbreak, the researchers found that sleeping with an ex really didn't stop the day-today healing process. The participants who pined after their exes were more likely to have *** with them and even after that they didn't feel heartbroken or emotionally stunted, or even upset. In fact, hooking up with their ex, left them feeling more positive, every day. © MensXP "This research suggests that societal handwringing regarding trying to have *** with an ex may not be warranted. The fact that *** with an ex is found to be most eagerly pursued by those having difficulty moving on, suggests that we should perhaps instead more critically evaluate people's motivations behind pursuing *** with an ex." - the lead researcher, Stephanie Spielmann said in an interview with an international publication. But that being established, it's always necessary to know where you stand with your feelings and your emotions. There may have been research conducted to establish that *** is good with the ex but more often than not, it's subjective. If you feel mangled up and distraught after any form of physical contact with them or if you feel that physical intimacy with an ex acts as a deterrent for you to move on successfully, then you have to weigh your decision well. But if you think like the rest of the subjects from the research, your feelings are intact and you feel good about it, then, of course, go for it. But remember, don't have any expectations. if you're sleeping with an ex, in order to win them back, it may lead to more complications later and leave you more heartbroken than before!
  21. Ayushmann Khurrana, the finest new-age actor in the industry, has got an eye for fashion like none other. His choices are splendid and his OTT outfits are always on point. You must have noticed how pastels raided the runways for Spring/Summer 2019. The subtle, light hues are a safe bet to add to your wardrobe and Ayushmann, with his fashion-forward looks, makes even the wackiest piece a clothing item that will work for you as well. If you don't believe us, let his sartorial style speak for itself. Ayushmann recently stepped out wearing a snakeskin printed biker jacket with powder pink, relaxed pants, and Fila white sneakers. This recent number donned by Ayushmann is from the homegrown label, Sahil Aneja. As for accessories, he chose to up his debonair with a black watch. His head-to-toe look in pastel hues makes a dramatic statement for summers. © Instagram/Isha Bhansali © Instagram/Isha Bhansali Ayushmann chose to pair a super quirky tee underneath the exuberant jacket. His eclectic preference is damn easy to cop and don for a desk-to-dinner date. In case, you don't wish to appear too flamboyant, you can tame down the look by rocking a basic white tee with a printed bomber jacket and baggy pants. Bonus: If this mix and match idea seems too much, add a spin with either pastels or a printed number. © Instagram/Isha Bhansali All we have to say is that his fashion sense holds an energetic vibe and we can't stop ourselves from taking notes to elevate our own style statement. Kudos to Isha Bhansali, Ayushmann's stylist for that!
  22. As a member of the Indian cricket team this World Cup, Hardik Pandya is living the dream and could not have asked for a better beginning to the tournament, as the Men in Blue are currently unbeaten and are looking like one of the top contenders for the world championship. Individually, as the bowling all-rounder of the Bleed Blue army, Pandya walks to the pitch as a finisher, looking to hit longer shots in order to put up bigger totals on the board. Due to the presence of excellent talent in the departments of pacers and spinners, Pandya acts as a between-the-spell bowler who is good enough to hold his own against the best hitters of the ongoing tournament. He is also trying to bring a lot of variation to his deliveries which seemed to work against Pakistan on Sunday. Pandya has time and again shared his desire to bring home the World Cup trophy based on his hard work and dedication. “On 14th July, I want to have the Cup in my hand,” the 25-year-old had said in an interview with the International Cricket Council (ICC). His excitement towards the World Cup is clear as day. You can see it in his celebrations, his interviews and his bling! In a video recently put up by the official Twitter handle of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Hardik Pandya showed off his extremely shiny jewellery during a bus ride, presumably to Hampshire where the Men in Blue will take on Afghanistan on 22 June 2019 at the Rose Bowl Cricket Ground. In a segment called 'Chahal TV', that has become extremely famous in the past couple of months, Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal interviews his teammates and talks about all kinds of things in a personalised manner. In this episode of the segment, Chahal makes us take a closer look at Pandya's all-diamond bling which includes multiple necklaces with bat and ball-shaped pendants and a massive ring, also made of diamonds. Always been an explorer when it comes to fashion and style, Pandya had a sense of pride in his voice while he was describing the precious jewels to Chahal. What's with @hardikpandya7 & his love for Diamonds? This one is World Cup customised ðððð#TeamIndia #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/YuV3V7C9NH — BCCI (@BCCI) June 18, 2019 The cricketer's fans appreciated Pandya's new look and took to Twitter to let him know about it: Hahaðð Too good @yuzi_chahal sirððððð and @hardikpandya7 sir you are bestðð — Hasi Johari ð®ð³ (@hasiaf_johari) June 18, 2019 orignal diamond to ap ho @hardikpandya7 baki sb mohmaya he — Sourav kumar (@Sourav1Kumar) June 18, 2019 The slim and dark version of Bappi lehri — Dr Shubham Shrivastava (@Stomatologist26) June 18, 2019 Surat ka karobaari nikla launda ð — the 'VAIBHAV' (@kaatilana) June 18, 2019 Hardik pandya is Soo savoury ð♥ — Anshi (@Anshi91494383) June 18, 2019 Hardik 'Bappi Lahiri' Pandya be like, "Aaj mai karke aaya...diamond shopping" #BappiLahiri #ShineBrightLikeADiamond #KarkeAaya #HardikPandya — Rimi Chakraborty (@rimichakrabort6) June 18, 2019 Yeh toh Bappi Lahiri ka diamond version nikla. #BlingBling — Devlina Datta (@DevlinaDatta) June 18, 2019
  23. 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
  24. We've already seen a couple of gaming phones from the likes of ASUS, Black Shark, etc. in India. And now, the Chinese smartphone maker Nubia has also launched the new Red Magic 3 gaming phone in the country. The Nubia Red Magic 3 has a lot going for it like an internal cooling, flagship specifications like Snapdragon 855 SoC, and more. Well, here's everything that you need to know about this phone. © Nubia The Nubia Red Magic 3, just like the OnePlus 7 Pro, sports a 90Hz 6.65-inch FHD+ panel with support for HDR. As mentioned earlier, the phone is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 SoC and it comes with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. The Red Magic 3 also has an Adreno 640GPU to take care of the graphics side of things. The Nubia Red Magic 3 is also the world's first smartphone to sport an internal cooling fan. Yes, this particular phone, regardless of the variant you buy, comes with a cooling fan to keep things nice and cool while you're gaming. In addition to a cooling fan, the phone also takes advantage of the liquid cooling system. © YouTube Yes, it sounds like overkill, but there's no such thing as 'too much' power when it comes to anything related to gaming, and we're glad that Nubia has decided to pack this phone with all these features. The internals of the Red Magic 3 will be kept powered by a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 27W quick charging, just like the Black Shark 2. In terms of the optics, the Red Magic 3 sports a 48MP Sony IMX 586 at the back, and there's a 16MP selfie shooter on the front. The phone is also said to be capable of recording 8K videos and we're sure the cooling fan will come handy in such cases. Other noteworthy specs of the phone include shoulder buttons for gaming and front-facing stereo speakers for an immersive media consumption experience. Pricing & Availability The Nubia Red Magic 3 will be available exclusively through Flipkart. The Red Magic 3 starts at Rs 35,999 for the base variant and it goes all the way up to Rs 46,999 for the high-end variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage.
  25. Team India's win against Pakistan yesterday set the temperature rising across the world, as Indian cricket fans across the globe celebrated the Men in Blue's unbeaten streak against Pakistan, 7-0, in the World Cup. Social media feeds were flooded with congratulatory notes for Team India and one such message was tweeted by recently appointed Home Minister, Amit Shah. Another strike on Pakistan by #TeamIndia and the result is same. Congratulations to the entire team for this superb performance. Every Indian is feeling proud and celebrating this impressive win. #INDvPAK pic.twitter.com/XDGuG3OiyK — Amit Shah (@AmitShah) June 16, 2019 Shah's 'another strike' comment has not gone down well with cricket fans and people are kind of disappointed with his choice of words. Home min @AmitShah likens India win over Pakistan to 'another strike'; yes, it's a great win but it's a cricket match and not war:no one died out there. We won because we played a much better game. There is still a World Cup to be won! Let's do the chest thumping on 14th July! — Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) June 17, 2019 Amit Shah compares India's win over Pakistan in the world cup to the Balakot strike. We just cannot be comparing a cricket match to an army strike in the first place. Very irresponsible statement coming from the home minister. — Chandni Prashar (@ChandniPrashar) June 17, 2019 People feel that the tweet was in bad taste, especially coming from a senior politician, and that comparing this win to a 'strike' was unnecessary. Cricket is just a game. The rest is all hype. I certainly didn't like the statement put out by @AmitShah and the @AmitShahOffice either, on yesterday's game. He must know that he's the HM of a country and not a state - period — #TheRebel #I still remain vigilant (@ravishankar5248) June 17, 2019 I thought it was a cricket match. Seriously "strike" @AmitShah . pic.twitter.com/eAq0s9Ze7m — Om Prakash (@Om81624017) June 17, 2019 @AmitShah don't compare cricket with your politics. Keep it aside. They won because they played a good game. It was not a war. https://t.co/XswG4GzBTW — Tonakshi Kalra (@Tonakshi_0494) June 17, 2019 Cricket and the battlefield are two separate things and while it's admirable to have a strong sentiment towards one's nation, sometimes we forget that as humans, our words can often leave a deeper wound than anything else.
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