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  1. Women have been fighting for their rights from the past many years now and still, women are expected to get married at a certain age and give up their careers for the same. But, now there are strong women who are setting brilliant examples for us. Sanju Rani Verma, who was 28 years old in 2013, fought for what she wanted in her life and achieved all her dreams. © BCCL Sanju lost her mother when she was completing her post-graduation degree from Delhi University. After this incident, her family wanted her to give up her studies and get married but she fought for her rights and didn’t let her family’s opinions clog her mind. According to TOI, Sanju tried to make her family understand that she wanted to build her career and didn’t wish to get married. But, her family opposed it and didn’t understand her feelings. © Twitter Sanju Rani She left her post-graduation degree midway and moved out of her house to rent a small apartment where she started taking tuitions. She was offered a part-time teaching job in private institutions and managed all this while preparing for her PCS exam. Now, seven years later, she has cracked her exam to become a commercial tax officer. © BCCL The now 35-year-old wants to crack the civil service exam and fulfill her dream of becoming a division magistrate. She now wants to support her family with her success and also Sanju’s achievement is a befitting reply to those who thought she should give up everything to get married. View the full article
  2. There are all sorts of people across the globe and while most of us want someone who loves us completely. There are a few people who’d look for something opposite. Recently, in another bizarre incident, a woman from Uttar Pradesh’s Sambhal district has decided to divorce her husband due to something unbelievable. Try to make some guesses? This woman was unhappy because her husband loves her too much and doesn’t fight with her at all. How will she pass her time if she won’t have anything to fight about? Just imagine her struggle! © Unsplash So, this woman approached the Sharia court for divorce just after eighteen months of her marriage. The Sharia court cleric was confused and couldn’t understand the woman’s ‘predicament’ and the cleric later had to reject her plea. He also called her plea frivolous. According to reports, after her plea was rejected by the cleric of the Sharia court, she reached the local panchayat to ask for justice. In the plea to the Sharia court, she expressed how she couldn’t digest her husband’s love. She said, “Neither he (husband) ever shouted at me nor he ever disappointed me over any issue. I am feeling suffocated in such an environment. Sometimes he cooks for me and also helps me in performing household chores." © Unsplash The woman said that she had never fought with her husband and said, "Whenever I make a mistake, he always forgives me for that. I wanted to argue with him. I do not need a life where the husband agrees to anything." When she was asked if there was anything else that she was seeking a divorce, she responded by saying, ‘no’. © Unsplash However, the woman’s husband said that he just wants to keep his wife happy and so the Sharia court requested the couple to sort out the matter mutually. This just wants to make us scream ‘Pyaar tune kya kiya’! View the full article
  3. History was created on Tuesday as Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden picked Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate. I have the great honor to announce that I’ve picked @KamalaHarris — a fearless fighter for the little guy, and one of the country’s finest public servants — as my running mate. — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) August 11, 2020 Who is Kamala Harris?Harris is the first ever Black woman and the first Asian-American woman to be selected as the vice presidential nominee of a major party in the US. Isn’t that phenomenal? Born in Oakland, California, Harris' mother is a Tamilian from South India and her father is Jamaican. She has always been vocal about her Indian roots which also includes her frequent visits to Chennai when she was young to spend summers with her grandfather who was a civil servant in the Indian government. Here’s what we know about Kamala Harris and her historic Vice Presidential candidacy:Kamala Harris, 55, is the daughter of Indian and Jamaican immigrants. Her mother, as per CNN’s report, Shyamala Gopalan, was born in Chennai and immigrated to the US for a doctoral programme at UC Berkeley. That’s where she met Donald Harris, a Jamaican who was studying economics. Like Barack Obama, even Harris could easily connect across multiple identities as she comes from a mixed-race heritage. I’ve known Senator @KamalaHarris for a long time. She is more than prepared for the job. She’s spent her career defending our Constitution and fighting for folks who need a fair shake. This is a good day for our country. Now let’s go win this thing. pic.twitter.com/duJhFhWp6g — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 11, 2020 Kamala has a sister, Maya Harris, who is also a political political activist and has worked in the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. The Harris sisters were brought up mostly by their mother as their parents divorced when Kamala was just seven years old. Their mother passed away in 2009. Harris is the first South Asian-American woman and second Black woman in history to serve in the US Senate, reports CNBC. She is only the fourth woman in US history to be chosen for one of the presidential tickets. .@JoeBiden can unify the American people because he's spent his life fighting for us. And as president, he'll build an America that lives up to our ideals. I'm honored to join him as our party's nominee for Vice President, and do what it takes to make him our Commander-in-Chief. — Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) August 11, 2020 Elected to the Senate in 2016, Harris was the first Black woman in the chamber in more than a decade. During her relatively brief time as California’s junior senator, she has become known for her intensive interrogations of Trump administration officials and nominees, including Brett Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing and Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing. Interestingly, the decision to pick Kamala Harris as his running mate is a huge one for Joe Biden as he aims to build a broad coalition of voters to oust Donald Trump from the White House. "I have the great honor to announce that I've picked @KamalaHarris -- a fearless fighter for the little guy, and one of the country's finest public servants -- as my running mate," Joe Biden, 77, said on Twitter. © Los Angeles Times “My mother was very proud of her Indian heritage and taught us, me and my sister Maya, to share in the pride about our culture. We used to go back to India every couple of years. One of the most influential people in my life, in addition to my mother, was my grandfather P.V. Gopalan, who actually held a post in India that was like the secretary of state position in this country. My grandfather was one of the original Independence fighters in India, and some of my fondest memories from childhood were walking along the beach with him after he retired and lived in Besant Nagar, in what was then called Madras,” Harris said in her interview with CNN. Taking to Twitter shortly after the announcement, Harris said she was "honored" to join Biden as nominee for vice president, and would "do what it takes to make him our Commander-in-Chief." .@JoeBiden can unify the American people because he's spent his life fighting for us. And as president, he'll build an America that lives up to our ideals. I'm honored to join him as our party's nominee for Vice President, and do what it takes to make him our Commander-in-Chief. — Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) August 11, 2020 View the full article
  4. If you are blinded by the fact that the movie is headed by a star kid, then you are being unfair to the story of an unsung hero who we have completely ignored and didn’t talk about much. It’s the story of brave Gunjan Saxena, who became one of the first two women to fly in a combat zone during the 1999 Kargil War. In all the chaos of nepotism, we might forget that the movie is based on Gunjan Saxena and also stars actors like Pankaj Tripathi and Vineet Kumar Singh. The movie does dramatize Gunjan’s journey but manages to not go overboard with it. Sharan keeps the tone of the movie very humble and true to what the officer told him. The movie does deserve a watch because of the director’s attempt as not much information was available on Gunjan Saxena. The movie goes beyond the aspect of just celebrating Gunjan as it focuses on how supportive a father can be in the times when women were not allowed to chase their dreams. It’s a story of inspiration and courage even after being bogged down by the patriarchal notions. Coming to performances, Janhvi Kapoor did a decent job in portraying Gunjan Saxena. Well, it was expected more from her but she fell flat in the sequences where she had to be emotionally powerful. There’s a particular scene where she had to show that women are being suppressed by men but Janhvi couldn’t convey it powerfully. But, in the happy scenes, Janhvi did her bit and you would love her chirpiness. © Netflix Pankaj Tripathi as Gunjan’s father will make you fall in love with his character because he does no drama while portraying and keeps it very real. He is a father who wants his daughter to chase her dreams. Pankaj has, time and again, proved that he is someone who can pull off the easiest and most difficult of the roles. In the movie, he is a symbol of the progressive thought process and a man who believes in the concept of woman empowerment. © Netflix Vineet Kumar Singh as an Army officer depicts a more common portrayal of how men back in the 90s were. Back in those days, it was hard for men to accept that women can be pilots too, and here, Gunjan had joined the Air Force and is proving the old set notion wrong. Vineet is used as a symbol for men who can’t let their egos be defeated by women. His character tries everything possible to make it hard for Gunjan to survive in the male-dominated world. Vineet adds his charm to the character and he captures every scene in the movie. © Netflix Angad Bedi got less screen space and he plays the character of Gunjan’s brother. He is a metaphor for men who want to safeguard the interests of the women in the family. He is not very comfortable with Gunjan entering into the territory of men. He wants to protect her from the harsh society but in the end, he realizes that he doesn’t have to stop his sister from growing in his life. © Netflix Manav Vij and Ayesha Raza are also those actors who convincingly portray their characters. © Netflix © Netflix The problem with the movie is that it feels so rushed at the end. As a viewer, you would want to see more of the Kargil sequence and would be left a little less satiated. It would have been interesting if there were more of Kargil sequence. The editing and cinematography do give justice to the movie as they are done in accordance with the tone of the movie. I also loved the sound design aspect of the movie. In a nutshell, the script is good and you can enjoy it as a one-time watch. Also see it for Pankaj Tripathi, Vineet Kumar Singh, and Manav Vij. View the full article
  5. Jenna Phillips, a 21-year-old woman started out her career as an optician. However, a drastic change in her career path turned out to be the best thing that happened to her. From Austin in Texas, in an interview, Jenna said that she started filming herself mimicking dogs, things like chasing a ball, rolling about on the floor, and uploading these videos online. She added that she had always felt like she was, "at heart, like a puppy." © humandogs/ Twitter Her dog videos on the internet have now amassed her nearly 120,000 followers on TikTok. That's not all, since roleplay also constitutes mimicking animals and can be categorised as valid fetish, a section of her followers also pay a membership fee of $20 which comes down to Rs. 1,501, each month to watch some of her often NSFW content on her OnlyFans platform. She explained, "OnlyFans was just a hobby before but I had just been doing 'vanilla' stuff. I then realised there wasn't really a market for female 'puppies'." © humandogs/ Twitter Moreover, a lot of the money that she earns comes from catering to the special requests of her followers. One of them apparently paid a whopping $1,000 which comes down Rs. 75,060 for a personalized video. Although she previously had a degree and a stable full-time job as a clinical optician for two long years, she quit the job to live a dog's life full time. She added, "I feel like a dog. I just want to roll around, play fetch, get head scratches, run around and play. All of that. I really love praise. I love hearing 'good girl'. It makes my heart melt every time." © humandogs/ Twitter She continued, "It's now my full-time job. My revenue has increased 100 times since I moved to puppy play content. I'm making six figures monthly." Moreover, the online following gives her an opportunity to earn a reported six-figure salary each month. Clearly, being open-minded about one's fetishes can pay a tonne at times. View the full article
  6. Imagine waking up one morning and visiting the doctor, and being told that your life, as you knew it, wasnât exactly what you knew it to be. Imagine being âbornâ and raised as a woman only for a couple of doctors to tell you that actually, your parents and all your doctors that you had visited before in your life, who told you you were a woman, got everything about you wrong, and that in fact, you were a man. © iStock Caption: Representational Image âBlind Vaginasâ or âdead-end vaginas,â are referred to the female reproductive parts which do no connect to the internal reproductive system inside the body, namely, the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. This is a birth defect that many women have, and no, suffering from this, does not mean that they have male genitalia on the inside. Vaginas can be blocked for a number of natural reasons. "From her appearance, she is a woman - starting from her voice, developed breasts, normal external genitalia. However, the uterus and ovaries have been absent since birth. She has also never experienced menstruation," Dr Anupam Dutta, told PTI. The doctors had this bizarre finding after most of their routine tests were inconclusive. Finally, they discovered that instead of a pair of ovaries and uterus, the woman had a pair of testicles. Further tests and inspection revealed that the woman was suffering from testicular cancer, or seminoma, the actual medical term. The woman is currently undergoing chemotherapy. © iStock Caption: Representational Image Diagnoses of such gravitas often cause a lot of upheavals. The doctors are now counselling, both, the woman, and her husband so that they are able to lead on with their normal lives. View the full article
  7. Gal Gadot on Monday took to Instagram express excitement about her upcoming film
  8. For the majority of the country, this has been the toughest time they've ever had to go through. We can try to empathize with everyone who was left stranded due to the pandemic but we will never truly know the hardships they've had to go through, the hardships they're still going through. There are plenty of stories about people trying to get home and even with everything stacked against them, they're resilient and doing anything they can to survive. We would also like to bring focus on people who were left with no place to call home and that is what 70-year-old Leelavati Dubey had faced during the lockdown. © Mojo Story/Youtube Recently, Barkha Dutt did a report of her where she talked to her about her current situation and how she ended up alone at Bandra's railway station with just one bag and a packet of biscuits.Her story is one of the most heart-wrenching things ever; she had travelled to Mumbai from Delhi to take care of her son but was thrown out soon after and was left stranded during the lockdown. In tears, she narrated the horrific story and how her son even beat her up while drunk. Emotionally talking about just how alone she was since her husband's death, she said she would even probably have to resort to begging as she had no money with her. She was trying to get back to Delhi but even there, she had nowhere to go since all her children didn't want to deal with her and called paagal. We went back to Bandra Station to meet Leelavati, a 70 year old abandoned lady whose story you saw @themojo_in. She was given room to sleep by Railway Police, staff donated money, she'll be on a train to Delhi today. We'll find her a home. Watch her story https://t.co/RY8BVN8glG pic.twitter.com/ipYMTEVhhr â barkha dutt (@BDUTT) May 31, 2020 Even Barkha Dutt seemed to break down while talking to her and listening to all the atrocities she has faced by her own children nonetheless. But, then came the power of the internet and the happy ending. A couple of days ago, Barkha Dutt reported that she was given a room to sleep and was going to be on the train to Delhi. @themojo_in and @BDUTT got Leelavati ji to Delhi! She is safe, and happy Soon her words on @themojo_in pic.twitter.com/Ardv7EnVh9 â Karishma Asoodani (@tweettokarishma) June 1, 2020 Then came the best news ever and proof that the internet can actually help save lives. Social entrepreneur Kiran Verma has decided to take responsibility for her the internet's beloved 'Leelavati Dadi' and has essentially 'adopted' her. Sharing the news on Twitter, he was delighted to announce that he has been blessed with another grandmother. I am really humbled to see the kindness of @SanjayAzadSln ji. He was not a politician today, he was a son to her providing the best possible support.@BDUTT my salute to your journalism through which, I am blessed with another Grandmother. Thank you everyone. https://t.co/WEUkgWHHXf â Kiran Verma (@VermaKiran) June 1, 2020 This is the most wholesome ending ever and I'm so glad she has found a family that is worthy of her. So guys here is the update on #Leelavati Dadi. She has been tested for #COVID19 and we are waiting to get the report. But to make her safe we won't bring her out for three four days. She is doing great and very happy with us. Anyone can Whatsapp me at 9810670347 and talk to her pic.twitter.com/AQcpS2q8Jm â Kiran Verma (@VermaKiran) June 1, 2020 Look at that smile! Hopefully, all of her kids who abandoned her, especially during a time like this, realise their mistake before it's too late. View the full article
  9. Sometimes all you need is a little piece of good news to cheer you up instantly. And despite the adversity the world is facing right now, some story from some corner of the country ensures we get our daily dose of positivity. One such story is of 20-year-old Janmoni Gogoi who hails from Assamâs Dibrugarh and works hard to run her family. Of late, owing to the COVID-19 nationwide lockdown, she has been selling vegetables on a bicycle to support her ailing parents. As soon as her story got published in newspapers, the police in Dibrugarh gifted a moped bike to the woman under the initiative of Assam police chief Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta. Janmoni Gogo sells vegetables on a bicylcle to fend for her family. Inspired by her self respect & guided by our visionary @DGPAssamPolice Sir's direction to transform ourselves from police force to facilitators of economy, DYSP HQ gifted the little entrepreneur a moped / bike pic.twitter.com/kncyhRQEr9 â Dibrugarh Police (@dibrugarhpolice) May 11, 2020 As per the report, owing to the poor financial condition, Gogoi had to drop out of high school. For the last two years, she has been helping her mother sell vegetables at a market in her hometown. After the nationwide lockdown due to the deadly coronavirus was imposed in March, she started selling vegetables door-to-door on her bicycle. "I am thankful to Dibrugarh Police because they gifted me a moped bike to sell vegetables. After reports on me got published, people are coming to help me. I have struggled during the lockdown because I had to ferry vegetables on cycle and had to cover long distances on cycle. Now, I can easily take the vegetables on the moped bike," she said. "My father has been ailing for the last 18 years. He cannot walk, and my mother sells vegetables in the Borbaruah market to run the family. Since the nationwide lockdown, our business got affected. I then decided to sell vegetables on the cycle and started taking them door-to-door," she added. The residents of Ghogora village also heaped praises on the girl. One of the villagers said, âWe are proud of Janmoni because she is a true inspiration and encourages others with her good works. We hope for her future success.â Meanwhile, Dibrugarh police officer, who handed over the moped to Gogoi, said, âWe got to know about Janmoni from the media. Under Dibrugarh Superintendent of Police Sreejith T, we decided to help her but she refused to take any monetary help from us." "She had self-respect and didn't want any help from us. Then we decided to gift her a moped bike which will help her carry vegetables. We are proud of her and she is a true inspiration for others," the officer added. View the full article
  10. In case anyone missed it, we're currently in the middle of a global pandemic and almost the entire world is in lockdown. While there's still no vaccination for coronavirus and we still don't know how long it will take for one to be developed, some of the greatest minds in the world are working on it. Turns out, the team that is working on the vaccination at Oxford University also includes a woman from Kolkata. Chandra Datta is a resident of Oxford and part of the university as a quality assurance manager and is reportedly playing a big part in the manufacturing of anti-viral vaccine - ChAd0x1 nCoV-19. © Reuters While talking to TOI, she said, "After I have checked all the paperwork, the quality professional does certification of the batch that he is happy for the vaccine to go for the clinical trial. That happened on Wednesday with the Covid-19 vaccine." She went on, "It has been an amazing experience. The last one month everyone has been really pressured but we got it done very quickly. There has been a massive team effort. From what I have heard, we are planning to start mass manufacture at the Serum Institute in Pune before the trial passes so as soon as the trial passes, it can go to the market." View the full article
  11. The 30-year-old-woman says she was 'asked to wipe the blood and 'beaten up with slippers' after arriving in a bleeding state
  12. The Studio has dropped new stills for Gal Gadot superhero film and confirmed that the movie will be released in theaters despite coronavirus scare
  13. Police say primary suspect was in relationship with the deceased woman for the past 8 years and both worked as dengue health workers
  14. As spring comes alive around us, filling our lives with blooming shades of yellows, greens, pinks, and reds, I am yet again reminded of what a blessing it is to be able to appreciate this vividness and revel in it. Itâs such a taken-for-granted privilege to be able to look forward to the festivities, celebrate it with family and friends, and just simply set aside any daily monotony for a day filled with greasy food, good company and laughter-filled, multi-hued gulaal attacks. © Mayura Balasubramanian I am lucky to have it all, and perhaps you are too. But many others are not as fortunate. Many people from marginalised communities as well as the differently-abled do not get to enjoy a similar quality of life. They are shunned and often pushed to a corner, kept away to make othersâ life easier. But one woman wouldnât have any of it, and decided to take it upon herself to change their lives for the better. Bengaluru-based Mayura Balasubramanian founded an NGO âCraftizenâ with the aim of adding more value to these peopleâs lives. A social venture, Craftizen works with artisan groups, rural women and differently-abled from across the country to build means of independent sustenance. © Mayura Balasubramanian To enable the same, she kickstarted an innovative initiative called the Green Skilling program which helps generate livelihoods for close to 200 persons with intellectual disabilities by making natural, flower-based Holi colours, rangoli powders, sand art kits and much more. All About The âGreen Skillingâ ProgramFor the program, Craftizen collects flowers that have been offered at temples or the ones which have been used in events such as weddings. The collected flowers are brought in and recycled by âPetalistsâ or people with intellectual disabilities who lovingly recycle the flowers to convert them into a unique range of products. © Mayura Balasubramanian Not only does this initiative generate livelihood, it also prevents hundreds of kilograms of flowers from clogging landfills and instead gives us eco-friendly, natural colours to put to various use. Talking about the inspiration behind the program, Mayura told MensXP, âWhile our primary objective is to enable sustainable livelihoods for marginalized communities through craft based skills, we wanted to add one more impact layer of being eco-friendly by converting discards into useful products and thatâs how the term âGreen Skillingâ was coined.â © Mayura Balasubramanian She further adds, âTo date, 900 beneficiaries from marginalised sections including persons with intellectual disability and low-income women who have no other sustainable sources of income have been trained and receive ongoing livelihood support.â Itâs An Environmental Blessing In DisguiseThere is more to the Green Skilling program that meets the eye. Mayura shares that apart from saving over 10 tonnes of flowers from ending up in landfills, the initiative also helps save three times the water compared to conventional colours. Combined with their zero plastic packaging, the final product is 100 percent eco-friendly. © Mayura Balasubramanian Being natural, these colours wash off easily and require one-third the water to clean-up post celebrations compared to regular colours. So basically these handmade colours are non-toxic, safe and skin-friendly and suitable for all. Improving The Quality Of Life For Differently-AbledCraftizen, along with other like-minded NGOs and Institutes, identifies and rehabilitates persons with intellectual disabilities by providing them with relevant training and guidance in livelihood. Mayura adds that, âWhether a person has mild, moderate or severe level of disability, they can be engaged in this program since the task can be suited to their ability. Furthermore, we have found and documented that there is therapeutic and cognitive benefit to our Petalists of working with flowers including improved self confidence, ability to work in teams and colour recognition.â © Mayura Balasubramanian That is not all. With the variety of opportunities under the program, Mayura has ensured that the marginalised and the differently-abled can generate an income throughout the year. So apart from making Holi and rangoli colours, they are also trained in other techniques âto convert paper-dust (collected from cardboard mills) into home accessories and corporate gifts, fabric leftovers into travel kits and pouches, silk thread discards into jewellery and newspapers and magazines into pens,â highlights Mayura. The Larger Impact For A Better Tomorrow © Mayura Balasubramanian Craftizen and the Green Skilling program does more than providing its beneficiaries with a source of income. Sharing her insights, Mayura says, âWhen a person earns an income, they are no longer just going to a day-care to be looked after, they are going to their place of work and this elevates their self worth and also gain respect from their own family members. All of this leads to psychotherapeutic rehabilitation which is important for mental and physical well-being.â © Mayura Balasubramanian In a paper published in the Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health in May 2019 by NIMHANS, Asiaâs largest centre for mental health, and Craftizen, the therapeutic and cognitive benefits of the Green Skilling program in psychotherapeutic rehabilitation was documented and made available to the public. So hereâs to a celebration of these precious individuals who are adding colours to thousands of lives, thanks to the vision of one woman who wouldnât settle. View the full article
  15. Jacqueline Fernandez spoke about her youth and what she wishes to pass down onto to her younger self
  16. Most of us need a digital detox and we thought that PM Narendra Modiâs sudden weekend announcement to quit social media was more or less a detox for him too. But, later, we figured that seven women achievers will be taking over his social media accounts on Womenâs Day. The women achievers are all set to share their life story and will also be interacting with the people through Narendra Modiâs social media handles. © Reuters Earlier today, PM Modi took to his twitter and wrote, "As I'd said a few days ago, I'm signing off." Now, that the day is finally here, his social media is actually being handled by many women and the people on the internet are also having a good time. © BCCL Out of the several women, the first to take over PMâs account is a Chennai-based social worker Sneha Mohandoss. In many of the tweets that she posted, she got a bizarre request that left people on the internet in splits. Check out the Tweet here- Please password bata dijiye â Dhruv singh (@vikrantbhadaur6) March 8, 2020The comment captured Snehaâs attention and in no time she replied, saying, âNew India...Try logging in.â Hereâs what people think of the witty comment made by the twitter user that has now gone viral- Canât stop laughing⦠Please follow back kar dijiye Modiji ne itna haq to diya hi hoga â BαâÑαм SнαÑмαð®ð³ (@br_sharma_) March 8, 2020Lol. This is new India ð®ð³ â Inder Singh Bhati (@InderSinghBha18) March 8, 2020Hahaha. Haha â à¤à¤à¤¤à¤¾ à¤à¤à¥à¤°à¤¿à¤¯à¤¾ ð®ð³ (@Ekta0001) March 8, 2020And here we have a meme!! pic.twitter.com/zWVQDVYh1j â Vimal K Gupta (@vimal_k_gupta) March 8, 2020Ohho. I request PM Narendra Ji to give chance to Mens also they also have deep stories. On this International Mens Day give them a chance too,Or else it would be gender inequality. â νιÏιи кÏÐ¼Î±Ñ | विपिन à¤à¥à¤®à¤¾à¤° | ਵਿਪਿਨ à¨à©à¨®à¨¾à¨° (@v_k0210) March 8, 2020Indeed. Savage reply just like PM's reply â Sushant Kumar Rai (@Skraivns) March 8, 2020Apna time ayega! Apka bhi din ayega !! ï¸ â nαrÑsh âhαrma ð®ð³ (@NareshVashistha) March 8, 2020The tweet has already garnered around 3.1K comments and around 14K likes and deserves a lot more. PM Modiâs social media initiative #SheInspireUs is a great way to highlight the achievements of various women. View the full article
  17. For quite a while now, the social media teams of various state police have been making creative efforts to make their posts go viral and have been succeeding in disseminating information with their witty tweets. © BCCL From Pune Police to UP Police, the social media handles of these police departments have time and again come up with savage posts to create awareness and their timely replies to the public have gained the trust of people to an extent that now people depend on them. Recently, a twitter user tagged Uttar Pradesh police in a tweet asking for help while travelling in UP State Transport (UPSRTC) bus on 24 February. Check out the tweet here- Dear @uppolice I'm travelling in UPSR bus and some guys sitting next to me harassing me and asking for my number . Plz plz plz help me I'm very scared right now This is my ticket and bus no. pic.twitter.com/dQURpA15yp â Ciggy (@caustic_kanya) February 24, 2020 She wrote tagging UP Police, âDear @uppolice I'm travelling in UPSR bus and some guys sitting next to me harassing me and asking for my number . Plz plz plz help me I'm very scared right now this is my ticket and bus no.â To which, the emergency services from UP Police replied to her tweet. Hereâs the post- Event ID- P24022006529 Ma'am, don't worry emergency help is reaching shortly. â Call 112 (@112UttarPradesh) February 24, 2020 Later, UP Police also tweeted and asked for the womanâs exact location to take necessary action. Please share exact location for necessary action. â UP POLICE (@Uppolice) February 24, 2020 As soon as local police were informed through tweets, the bus was stopped and both men were taken in for questioning. Thankyou for your response amd concerns guys. I have now received help from UP police. They have taken away the two boys in their van. Iâm fine and safe now. Thankyou @Sirchahal , @GadhviLaxman and @Uppolice @112UttarPradesh Iâll be forever grateful https://t.co/fu3e1B3pYG â Ciggy (@caustic_kanya) February 24, 2020 Public transport is often a place wherein almost every woman has faced sexual harassment once in a lifetime. However, this incident was hailed by the netizens for UP Policeâs fast response and action in the aid of the woman. Hereâs what the people have to say- Proud of UP Police! She's fine now ,Meri baat hui h ciggy se or police un dono ko pakad ke le gai hai... Everything is ok now.... Thank God Big thanks to @Uppolice â ÅısÊa (@Mostlycute_) February 24, 2020 Well done, UP Police! Good news that the police have acted. Thank God you are safe. Such actions need a strong response. @Uppolice well done â Maj Gen Harsha Kakar (@kakar_harsha) February 24, 2020 Too good... https://t.co/aEP9LexOQ5 Rescued already Thank God N thank UP Police â HEAD CONSTABLE RATAN LAL (@being_tabas) February 24, 2020 Great! Welldone UP Policehttps://t.co/MKJpPVGuP0 â Akash Shukla (@JournoAakash) February 24, 2020 Indeed. Proud of @Uppolice and @myogiadityanath administration, such fast action is appreciated by all citizens irrespective of caste & religion ð®ð³ All must read this thread â Rakesh #Indian_दà¥à¤¶à¤­à¤à¥à¤¤ ð®ð³ (@romy1965) February 24, 2020 Praise-worthy! @Uppolice Thank you from a citizen. Proud of new @Uppolice @dgpup â ð®ð³à¤à¤°à¥à¤¯à¤µà¤à¤¶à¥ (@Aryavanshi_) February 24, 2020 Great⦠धनà¥à¤¯à¤µà¤¾à¤¦.... â राहà¥à¤² मिशà¥à¤°à¤¾ (@Rahulmishra00) February 24, 2020 People praised UP Police for their swift response in catching the culprits. View the full article
  18. The movie Shikara was highly-anticipated by everyone, especially Kashmiri Pandits, because their painful story was finally being told on the big screen and people would maybe get a sense of all the horrible things that actually happened years ago. But, looks like all that people have been getting is disappointment, as the movie is being called out, along with its director Vidhu Vinod Chopra. A video of a Kashmiri Pandit woman lashing out at the movie and the director after a screening in Delhi is going around. Calling it a ghatiya movie and disowning it, she says the movie was too commercialized and not actually authentic. Shame on @VVCFilms for #Shikara No matter if Kashmiri Hindu Women Breaks down into tears Vidhu Vinod Chopra chose money making over facts 𤬠@neelakantha how he said this "Bahut acha boli , talli bajao, inke liye shikara 2 banayenge" pic.twitter.com/Fun2M1kQgo â Social Crusader (@Xs2partner) February 7, 2020 She said, "Ye aapka commercialism aapko mubarak ho. As a Kashmiri Pandit, I disown your film, I disown it." She was clearly upset about Vidhu Vinod Chopra, who was also present at the screening, for not showing the unspeakable things that Kashmiri Pandits had to face where they had to flee their homes, including radicalism and genocide. To this, Chopra responded saying, "Bahut acha boli, talli bajao, inke liye shikara 2 banayenge." He also tried to explain that the truth has two faces and people have different perspectives. However, turns out, it's not just one woman against the movie, as a lot of people who several expectations were just left disappointed. The hashtag #BoycottShikara has been trending on Twitter and people are accusing the movie of mellowing down the reality and going as far as to justify the exodus. If you are planning for watching #Shikara listing the lady crying ANGRILY on movie. VVC, Rahul Pandit, Aditya Raj Kaul all played with emotions of Kashmiri Pandits for a movie scene of camp. The whole movie gives Clean chit to Islamist.#BoycottShikara pic.twitter.com/UHmjUUocOy â #RenukaJain (@RenukaJain6) February 8, 2020Vidhu Vinod Chopra & Co. tries to mellow down the.horrific tales of Kashmiri Pandit Genocide ! They want us to believe the massacre was justified. But let us not forget what happened in Kashmir Valley. Let us not forgive the killers. #BoycottShikara https://t.co/E2jnqhqGHQ â Keya Ghosh (@keyakahe) February 8, 2020#BoycottShikara @VVCFilms Earlier I stand with this movie... We Indian thought you will represent true fact. But I am wrong, you completely represent wrong narrative which doesn't exist.... Now your movie whichever you will produce in future... We are going to #bycottall pic.twitter.com/ykj5oYqPUj â ð®ð³ SantoshKr.Jha (@Kumar_santosh08) February 8, 2020This is the actual plights Kashmiri Pandits went through during their exodus. Does Vidhu Vinod Chopraâs #Shikara reflects their actual agony or mere commercialising their plight? #ShikaraMovieReview #Shikarareview #BoycottShikara#VidhuVinodChopra#KashmiriPandits pic.twitter.com/wxLimXP8PG â Abhishek Verma (@Abhi_Rohila) February 8, 2020 View the full article
  19. A statement from the ISPR said Indian border forces deliberately targeted the civilian population at the Chirikot Sector.
  20. Varun Dhawan comes to the rescue of an old woman on a wheelchairVarun Dhawan is one of the luminaries in Bollywood, who cannot go anywhere without gathering up a large crowd of hyped up and crazed fans, owing to which the actor can hardly go anywhere without his bodyguards. However, instead of worrying about his own protection, the 32-year-old Student of the Year actor seems to still be keeping an eye out for his surroundings making sure the mob he attracts wherever he goes, does not in any way harm passersby. Such was an incident that recently came to light when the actor jumped forward to help a lady in a wheelchair making sure his bodyguards do not trample her. An eyewitness speaking to an Indian news agency narrated the incident when Varun spotted an old woman in a wheelchair with her family and upon the realization of her possibly getting hurt by one of his bodyguards, “Varun halted and put an arm up to stop his bodyguard from walking over the woman. Had Varun not put his arm out, the lady would have surely been hurt.” The actor had earlier made headlines for the same reason as well when he was at the Mount Mary Church along with his Street Dancer 3D costar Nora Fatehi when a mob had surrounded them with one of the fans getting close to touching the starlet inappropriately. “They were walking back from the church when a fan touched Nora and was about to touch her inappropriately, when Varun again put out his hand and stopped the perverted fan from accomplishing what he wanted to do. Varun is always very alert as to what is happening around him,” a Deccan Chronicle reporter cited the incident.
  21. Yusaku Maezawa needs no introduction. At least not anymore, ever since he decided to give $9 million to 1000 random Twitter followers as part of a social experiment. I won't be surprised if you too started following this Japanese billionaire on Twitter, after he made that lucrative deal. Well, if you're following him then you will know about his latest tweet about him finding a life partner. In case you didn't know, then this news is for you. Maezawa's $9 million experiment was probably to see whether money can buy happiness or not. Looks like, his latest tweet is to see if "love you to the moon and back" is for real. How else do you justify his bizarre proposal? Reuters While most people are still waiting for their crush to reply to their DMs, or waiting to get swiped right, this Japanese billionaire is looking for a life partner who will join him in his journey to the moon and become what he calls the "first woman" to travel to the moon. 44-year-old Maezawa, who is the founder of Japan's largest online clothing brand Zozotown, took to Twitter and wrote, "[WANTED!!!] Why not be the 'first woman' to travel to the moon? #MZ_looking_for_love". He also listed down the eligibility criteria and deadlines for application. [WANTED!!!] Why not be the 'first woman' to travel to the moon?#MZ_looking_for_love https://t.co/R5VEMXwggl pic.twitter.com/mK6fIJDeiv — Yusaku Maezawa (MZ) å澤åä½ (@yousuck2020) January 12, 2020 Apparently, this is a "serious one-on-one planned matchmaking event!" and he's looking for single women aged over 20, bright personality and always positive, interested in going into space and able to participate in the preparation for it, wants to enjoy life to the fullest (just like him) and be someone who wishes for world peace. The last date for application is January 17 and the final results will be declared (after a couple of stages of screening) at the end of March. So ladies, do you think you can become "Full Moon Lovers" with Yusaku Maezawa and travel to the moon with him? If yes, then this is your time to shine. Sorry boys, the offer's not for y'all. View the full article
  22. "Wife was demanding too much ***", "my wife has got pimples", "I was asked to touch my husband's feet on Karwa Chauth", "my wife didn't cook like my mother" - are you wondering what are these and why I am talking about them? Well, these are some of the reasons desi people gave to get a divorce from their respective spouses. Last year, a woman in MP filed for divorce when her husband refused to shave or bathe for 8 days in a row. While you might think it's outright bizarre, looks like it's clearly not because another woman is now seeking divorce from her husband because he stinks. via GIPHY According to a report in The Times Of India, a 20-year-old woman from Bihar's Vaishali has filed for divorce because her 23-year-old husband doesn't shave or bathe regularly (for nearly 10 days at a stretch to be precise) and stinks. She also complained to the State Women's Commission (SWC) that he does not even brush his teeth regularly and has limited sense of manners and etiquette. "We have no children. Even our relationship as a husband and wife is not cordial. Life has no meaning. It's worthless," the woman said in her complaint against her husband who is a plumber by profession. One of the SWC members, who earlier thought the reason to be silly, said, "I have given her husband two months' time to mend his ways. If his behaviour is not found satisfactory even after that, we will take appropriate action and refer the matter to the family court for separation." via GIPHY SWC heard the woman's complaint and asked her husband to mend his ways within two months, else a strict action will be taken against him. Wow, women take grooming and personal hygiene quite seriously. So, all you men out there better watch out before giving excuses like, "Aaj thand bahut hai, kal nahaunga." View the full article
  23. KARACHI: A woman who 'came back to life' after being declared dead by doctors the previous day, passed away on Thursday. Rasheeda Bibi, 50, was pronounced dead by doctors at the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital on Wednesday but 'came back to life' a few minutes later, succumbed to illness today (Thursday). The hospital administration said Rasheeda had been kept in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) where she passed away today. She was suffering from paralysis. Thinking her to be dead, the hospital administration had placed her in the morgue for 45 minutes. It was when she was taken for a bath or ghusl that Rasheeda opened her eyes, indicating there was still life in her.
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