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  1. A third-wheel is an unwanted shape-shifter you do not want in your life. They take the form of several different things. Varying from relationship to relationship, they can pop up as a sibling, a friend, a parent, heck, even a pet. It's hard enough to have a relationship with two people in it, so a crowd of three can possibly drive one to murder. On this Valentine's Day, if you're thinking of saying something like, "can it just be me and you today?" or "let's go by ourselves this time" to your partner, you will definitely relate to these memes: 1. Evil Hotel Manager MensXP You know you want to spend some alone time with your one true love on Valentine's Day, but every time you try to look for a couple-friendly hotel, you face pesky managers who ask you to pay by cash ONLY. 2. Overexcited Parents MensXP You get your significant other (S.O.) home for the first time for dinner and your mother welcomes her home a la Jaya Bachan in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. 3. That Friend You Literally Wanna Throw Under The Bus MensXP In the beginning, you thought having your friend on the dates with you will help you feel more comfortable. But after a while they started giving you major Siddharth Malhotra (Student of The Year) vibes. If you don't want to lose your bae to your third-wheel, why not think of interesting ways of keeping them at bay this V-Day? Like, distracting them by giving them the ultimate Valentine's Day gift! Brand Factory is giving couples looking for privacy a chance to fulfil their V-Day plans! All you need to do to win an exclusive offer for your third-wheel on Brand Factory is to tell them how frustrated you are by taking this quiz. You will get exclusive discounts basis your level of annoyance that will help you #DitchTheThirdWheel. 4. The Always Hovering Parents MensXP You still live with your parents and no matter how cool they are in life generally, they always seem to have an issue with you stepping out with your boyfriend/girlfriend. And don't even think of putting the lock on your room's door when your girlfriend is over. 5. The Return Of The Aunty MensXP And if things at home weren't enough, finding the aunties staring at you in the mall makes your issue of privacy even worse. 6. That Buzzing Roommate MensXP You love your roommate for everything that they do for you, but want to put them on fire when they don't leave your room. Take the hint, mister! 7. The Moral Police MensXP You decide to give in and make out in your car, but how can that go smoothly with the Indian Moral Policing Brigade pro-actively trying to remove immoral activities from the minds of young Indians? Ya jailed! So while the third wheel is busy shopping away at Brand Factory, you can take a breather and have the perfect Valentine's Day.
  2. After the ban on the Indian cricketers was lifted, things are looking to be on a rise for pace bowler, Hardik Pandya, who has been included in the main Indian cricket team for their tour to New Zealand and has proven himself to be crucial during the two matches that he has played in, while his partner in crime, KL Rahul continues to find a dark cloud hovering above his head. 2019 has not been kind to the Indian batsman who has experienced one adversity after another. Even before the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) and the Committee of Administration (CoA) put up sanctions on the opener, Rahul was amidst a bad form during the four-match Test series against Australia. During the first Test Down Under at the Adelaide Oval, after scoring a decent 44 of 67 balls in his first innings, Rahul's ill-formed stint started in the second innings, when he got caught out on the eighth ball on a Josh Hazlewood delivery. Ever since, the Mangalore-born has not spent a lot of time at the crease. In the second Test, in Perth, Rahul was sent back to the dressing room on a duck and on 2 runs in the first and second innings respectively. After being dropped by the team in the third match, Rahul was brought back for the fourth and final match at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The fact that this match was extremely important for India to finally win a Test series on Australian soil played a huge role in the selectors facing a lot of hate online for Rahul's re-entry. People were sceptical of Rahul as he had disappointed the team with his consistently bad performances and their scepticism was bang on as yet again, Rahul was dismissed cheaply. A few days ago, when the CoA decided to put an end to the suspension, they asked Rahul to join Rishabh Pant and Ajinkya Rahane in the India A team for a five-match one-dayer series against the England Lions. With the 2019 World Cup approaching, the BCCI is trying to bring back Rahul's lost confidence as he is considered to be a key role-player for the WC roster. Alas, Rahul is seemingly nowhere close to his glory days as he looked uncomfortable against the Lions from the get-go and got caught out by Zak Chappell off Jamie Overton after scoring only 13 runs, albeit scoring two boundaries. KL Rahul - What Happened to him , Not Form , Nor Class Visible in him. 3rd Match vs England Lions Inspite our Batsmen Faliure Credit Goes to Deepak Chahar when India on110/7 He took the Final Score to 172 with his 39RunsContribution. Even thanDefeated England Lions on 112 all Out pic.twitter.com/6thp1RpdWz — k kumar rao (@kkrao3107K) January 27, 2019 Although India A have won the first three unofficials to book the series in their favour, Rahul's bad form is a matter of huge concern for the cricketer. In a country where literally thousands of extremely talented cricketers are standing in the line, hungry to get that one opportunity to show their worth, a dark stint like Rahul's can lead a career down to the ground, no matter how remarkable it once used to be.
  3. Team India's feet won't be touching the ground for a while, and why not? The Virat Kohli brigade has achieved something that has eluded their predecessors in the past 71 years - a Test series win in Australia. While the Australian line-up was not as competitive as you'd expect them to be (absence of David Warner and Steve Smith included), but that still shouldn't take away what Kohli & Co have accomplished. From batting, fielding to bowling, the Indian side ticked all the boxes and were rightly crowned champions of the four-match Test series. But, as we celebrate the success of the visiting side, one notable area of concern was their opening woes - something that troubled Team India early on. Amid the availability of KL Rahul and Murali Vijay at the top, India, needless to say, had poor opening partnerships as the duo couldn't even manage to score over 50 runs across four innings in the first two Tests. © AP Owing to their dismal outings, the Indian team management was seen opting for young Mayank Agarwal, who was earlier restricted to the bench despite proving his mettle, time and time again, in domestic cricket. While many - including the loudmouth Kevin O'Keefe - questioned his credentials and had little faith in the Indian debutant coming good, Mayank, unfazed by his detractors, made the most of the opportunity and did what he has been doing in the past - cutting a sorry figure for the opposition bowlers. A blessing in disguise for the Indian team, Mayank repaid the faith of the Indian selectors and team management on the back of a prolific showing. Scoring a pivotal knock of 76 runs in the first innings in Melbourne, the right-hander earned the distinction of becoming the top-scoring Indian batsman on Test debut Down Under, surpassing Dattu Phadkar who had scored 51 on his Test debut in 1947. © AP Another splendid knock against Tim Paine and his boys in Sydney further served as a stark reminder for all those who had questioned his abilities. Moreover, for the Indian team, his consistent performances (76, 42, 77 & DNB) across the last two Tests allowed him to stake a claim as India's potential opener, putting an end to the country's noticeable problem at the top. Agarwal's prolific performances with the willow in testing conditions Down Under makes him a viable option at the top, as the inefficiency of the likes of Rahul and Vijay in the recently-concluded series further bolsters the resume of the 27-year-old. For a team that's ranked No. 1 in Tests, the Indian cricket team would surely be eager to right their wrongs (especially at the top) if they intend to give their opponents a run for their money in the longest format. While we aren't sure when the next opportunity knocks at the door of Mayank, especially with all the focus currently on the upcoming ICC World Cup in England & Wales this June, the fact that the right-hander has proved his worth in Australian conditions surely makes him a contender for the opening slot in Tests. And, for now, Mayank and Team India can bask in the glory of their success Down Under.
  4. It doesn't seem like a lot, but dry skin can end up being something that many of us seriously struggle with. When you have extremely dry skin or develop it due to a change in climate, location, health etc, it can actually start affecting your everyday routine, and your confidence. No one likes having flaky skin, but without proper care, dry skin may end up developing rashes, can scratch and get cuts easily, and can itch a lot. Aside from making sure you have skin that looks smooth and nice, it is also important health-wise, to keep your skin nourished and moisturised, So, let's get into it and find out the best tips for dry skin, and what you need to do to care for it. Here are the best tips for dry skin that men need to remember: 1. Drink Lots Of Water © Unsplash Drinking water is like the most basic tip when it comes to both health, and skin care, but trust us, it deserves all the mentions that it gets. Water is great for your body, including your skin. It flushes out not only the body's impurities and toxins, but also the ones that our skin accumulates in its layers. Drinking lots of water means your skin is staying hydrated from the inside, and it gives you a naturally clean face. 2. Use A Non-Drying Face Wash © Thinkstock When you have dry skin, any product that you use can actually end up aggravating the skin, since most products have chemicals that often have drying effects. Your skin needs special attention, and it needs products that do not leave it extra dry. And picking the right face wash is super important because it is the first thing you start off your day with, and it is an essential product that you use everyday. So having the best face wash for dry skin is the first step to a skin care regimen for dry skin. 3. Use A Moisturising Sunscreen © Unsplash A sunscreen is a must for any skin care regimen, and especially for those who have dry skin. Dry skin is more susceptible to the sun's rays causing irritation. It may make the skin itchy, or cause it to have dry patches. Your skin in general needs to be protected against UVAs and UVBs, so when you buy your sunscreen next time, just pick one that is moisturising. 4. Find The Right Moisturiser © Pexels This is the most obvious tip to take care of when it comes to dry skin- investing in the right face cream or moisturiser. Whatever you choose to use, make sure it is made for dry skin. Products that usually claim to fix the woes of every skin type, rarely do the job well. A good quality moisturiser or cream will soothe, nourish, and repair dry, itchy, and irritated skin on the face, that is often resulted by the pollution, dust, and impurities it faces during the day. 5. Get Yourself A Nourishing Body Lotion © Pexels After making sure your facial skin is taken care of, the next step is to make sure the rest of your skin is nourished as well. Those with dry skin more often than not end up with very rough, coarse, and dry hands. Not only can it make you feel self-conscious, but it can also be painful. So, make sure your skin is kept hydrated and nourished with the best body lotions for dry skin for Indian men. 6. If You Have A Beard, A Beard Oil Is A Must © Unsplash If you have a beard, then having dry skin can often lead to having dry patches underneath the beard. These patches feel rough to touch, can become flaky, and can feel irritated and mildly painful as well. So, if you have dry skin and have a beard, using a beard oil is a must. Check out some of the beard oils we recommend. Pro tip: If your skin is really dry or sensitive, investing in a good night cream may really help you out.
  5. A man poses with a smartphone in front of displayed Whatsapp logo in this illustration. Photo: ReutersFacebook Inc?s WhatsApp messaging platform on Tuesday published advertisements in key Indian newspapers to tackle the spread of misinformation,...
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