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  1. Bangladesh's capital city Dhaka tops the list of most polluted cities of the world followed by Vietnam's Hanoi city
  2. PM Imran Khan congratulates Joe Biden, says "look forward to working with @POTUS in building a stronger Pak-US partnership"
  3. In his four years, US President Donald Trump has managed to turn friends into foes, alienating Germany, France, UK, Canada and Mexico
  4. Jack Ma, after being missing for several months, has finally resurfaced for the first time in a video that was released today. There was speculation that Ma was missing because of CCP’s (Chinese Communist Party) crackdown on big tech in the country and scrutiny over Ma’s internet empire. The 56-year-old billionaire was spotted in a video where he interacted with 100 rural teachers via video conference, according to a local government media report. This marks the billionaire's first appearance since late October as the CEO was suspected of being detained for making comments against the Chinese authorities. © Reuters Jack Ma was first reported missing after he failed to appear as a judge for a talent show he created in October 2020. There were many theories, however according to people familiar with the matter, Ma was not missing but “laying low” following a Chinese regulatory crackdown. Some sources also claimed that Ma was asked to maintain a “low profile.” Before his disappearance, Ma criticised China’s regulatory system in Shanghai during a forum in Shanghai. He criticised the regulatory system for “stifling innovation” and compared the country’s banks to “pawnshops." © Twitter In the newly released 50-second video, Ma is looking to spend more time on philanthropy and did not make any mention of the investigation into Ant Group. Prior to his disappearance, Ant Group was prevented from a massive $37 billion IPO by the Chinese authorities who asked the company to revamp its lending business to meet capital requirements. Soon after, an anti-monopoly investigation was launched against the Alibaba Group last month. BREAKING: Alibaba founder Jack Ma, who had not been seen in public in nearly 3 months, appears on video, saying: "We’ll meet again after the epidemic is over" pic.twitter.com/aFQyDWB7wQ — BNO News (@BNONews) January 20, 2021 Every year, Jack Ma holds a ceremony organised by his foundation for teachers in the Chinese seaside city of Sanya. He addressed the teachers who won the Jack Ma Rural Teachers Award in the video. “We cannot meet in Sanya due to the epidemic,” he said in the speech, which did not discuss his whereabouts. “When the epidemic is over, we must find time to make up for everyone’s trip to Sanya, and then we will meet again,” he added. The company plans to raise at least $5 billion through the sale of a U.S. dollar-denominated bond this month which could be the reason behind Ma’s resurfacing on video. View the full article
  5. I recall as a kid being curious and constantly asking my parents questions. "What will happen if I get a job?" "Why are we there on this planet?" "What happens when we die?" They didn't have the answers. Nor did the world have those answers, when a lot of us asked the same questions. So the world came up with rules. Prescriptions. A way of doing things. Which soon became the right way and the wrong way. The right ways were celebrated. The wrong ways became a taboo. And over years, people stopped asking why. Why is that right? Why is that wrong? I have found most of my progress hidden in the answers to these two questions. Because I have found, nothing is as right or as wrong as people make it to be. Everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you and you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own things that other people can use. Once you learn that, you'll never be the same again - Steve Jobs Lie 1If you don't settle in your 20s, you are gone. This is the decade. You don't get another chance. Study fast, get a job, get married, kids, that car, that house. Quickly. Time's running. Look at everyone else doing it! Lie 2People who are poor are lazy. People who are rich are hardworking. It is your fault if you haven't made it in life. Look at everyone else who made it. There is nothing granted or gifted in life. Lie 3Those in corporate jobs are unambitious. They have sold their soul. They are addicted to the salaries. They could have done so much more with their life. But they decided to spend it working for someone else. © Unsplash Lie 4Starting your own business is the surest way of making money. You can never get rich earning a salary. You can never get rich working for someone else. Lie 5Your parents are never wrong. They are wise, they are experienced, they want the best for you. Plus, they are parents. They can never mean any harm. Lie 6The world is a bad place. It is filled with horrors and horrible people. And we should all be worried, really worried about the world. Lie 7Once you finish studying, you will get a job. Once you get a job, you will make money. Once you make money, you will be happy. Lie 8Do one thing and one thing alone in your life. Only those who focus on just one thing, win in life. Those who do multiple things in life, are just not focused. They will never make it in life. Lie 9If you are an introvert, there is a problem. Go out and meet new people. Build a habit of introducing yourself first. Get comfortable with crowds. The world is ruled by extroverts. Become one! © Unsplash Lie 10If you have free time, you are wasting your life. You should not have any free time. Every minute should be productive. Every second needs to be spent. Lie 11People who are rich are cheaters. They sold their soul. They took shortcuts. They betrayed, lied, bribed, and mistreated. Getting rich means you stepped on someone's else right to exist. Lie 12If people do not fear you, they will never respect you. Build fear. Fear at work. Fear at home. Fear of reprimand. Fear of ridicule. Fear of abandonment. Fear is the way the world works. Lie 13If you do not have something smart to say, don't open your mouth. Ask for permission. Question whether you really need to ask that? At the risk of coming across as dumb. Lie 14Always have a plan. ALWAYS! If plan A doesn't work, then plan B. If plan B doesn't work, then plan C. Always have a plan. If you don't have one, you are never going to make it. Lie 15Read as many books as you can. There is so much to read. Read fast. Read more. Read multiple. Listen to books if you can't read. Finish that god damn book, will you. And fast! © Unsplash Lie 16Fake it till you make it. The world loves to see perfection. The world doesn't like imperfect people, imperfect bodies, imperfect actions, imperfect trajectories. Hide your mistakes. Show your wins. Only your wins. And if you don't have, show you have them! Lie 17If you are in your late 20s or 30s or 40s and still confused with what you should do in life, you are a disgrace. Life's only purpose is to, as quickly as possible, know what you want from life. Lie 18As a fresher, you do not have hope in hell of getting noticed. Just work, don't ask questions, don't challenge, say yes to your boss, don't try to be too friendly. The key is to stick around. And lay low. Lie 19Find your tribe. People who think like you, act like you, come from the same background as you and have had the same experiences as you. That is where you belong. With people who are like you. Lie 20If you don't lie, don't steal, don't hurt, don't kill, don't cheat, don't drink, don't smoke, don't party good things will happen to you. Because destiny is good to those who are good. View the full article
  6. Pakistan Scrabble Association says championship being played online for the first time due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  7. Yazghil Sar peak is located in the Karakoram mountain range; it is the 87th highest peak in the world
  8. CCTV cameras have become an extremely important piece of hardware, especially in the digital age we are living in right now. Be it on the streets, offices, stores, or even your homes, CCTV cameras are everywhere. If you don't have one at your place, then we highly recommend you get one. © Unsplash According to a new report, Chennai is said to have the most number CCTVs in the world. SurfShark's report has revealed that Chennai has the most number of CCTVs per square kilometre in the world. They looked at the world's 130 most populated cities and analyzed which one of them has the densest CCTV networks. © Unsplash What's more interesting is that the second city on the list is yet another South Indian city - Hyderabad. Hyderabad is said to have 480 CCTVs per square kilometre, which is not bad compared to 657 CCTVs per square kilometre in Chennai. China’s city of Harbin with 411 CCTVs per square kilometres took third place, whereas London in the UK with 399 CCTVs took fourth place. New Delhi managed to get on the top 10 list. With 289 CCTVs per square kilometre, New Delhi managed to get 8th. © Unsplash The top 10 list is populated mostly by China. 6 out of 10 spots are taken by Chinese cities which isn't surprising considering the fact that the country has a huge population. China's Beijing is said to have 1.1 million CCTV cameras, which is an insane number. Source: Surfshark View the full article
  9. Among the updates the messaging service has updated its terms regarding the data of users
  10. India carried out more Internet shutdowns than any other country in the whole world in 2020. According to reports, India’s total internet down time added up to 8,927 hours and resulted in $2.8 billion in losses. India was amongst the 21 countries that redistricted Internet access last year according to security research firm Top10VPN’s report. The economic cost is estimated to be more than double the combined cost of the next 20 countries on the list. “As in previous years, India continued to restrict Internet access more than any other country — over 75 times in 2020. The majority of these short blackouts were highly targeted, affecting groups of villages or individual city districts, and so were not included in this report, which focuses on larger region-wide shutdowns,” the report said. © Unsplash The report went further to make a special mention of restricted internet access in Kashmir. When Jammu and Kashmir’s special status was revoked, only 2G services were available for users in the state. The report called it “the longest Internet shutdown in a democracy, the restrictions have negatively impacted the distribution of medicine, businesses and schools.” Apart from India, the report also mentions instances of internet shutdowns by countries like Belarus, Myanmar, Yemen, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Syria, Iran, Tanzania, Venezuela and Somalia. Countries like North Korea and China were not part of the list since both countries practice strict internet censorship and/or restrict access. © Unsplash In India, internet blackouts lasted for 1,655 hours while bandwidth throttling resulted in 7,272 hours lost. "India and Myanmar were responsible for the longest shutdowns for the second year running, with restrictions originally imposed in 2019 continuing throughout 2020," the report said. When it comes to the cost of Internet shutdowns, the researchers used a “Cost of Shutdown Tool” from Netblocks and Internet Society. The tool used the Brookings Institution Method where the cost was calculated by determining a region’s economic output as a proportion of its national GDP. The report added that internet shutdown cost the world economy a further $4 billion in addition to the losses incurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Source: Top10VPN View the full article
  11. India's Kolkata ranked second among the world's most polluted cities by global index monitoring air quality
  12. Emma Alam and Syeda Kisa Zehra from Team Pakistan break multiple world records in this year?s championship
  13. 2020 has been a pretty good year for Reliance Industries Limited and Mukesh Ambani. There were a ton of investors coming in, pouring crores of money into the company. But the year is ending on a rather low note for the company and its chairman as he's lost his spot as the top 10 billionaires in the world. Not just that, but he's no longer Asia's Richest Person. Mukesh Ambani, who claimed the fourth position on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, has now been pushed to the 12th position. His net worth is $76.9 billion i.e. around 5.63 lakh crores, down from almost $90 billion which is approximately Rs 5.52 lakh crores. One of the main reasons amounting to this drop is due to the RIL stocks. They've dropped nearly 16-percent in value. © Reuters Mukesh Ambani's spot as the richest Asian has been claimed by Zhong Shanshan, the founder of the largest bottled water company Nongfu Spring. He's now at the 11th spot on Bloomberg Billionaire Index. His company has been doing incredibly well and saw a massive surge when listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange. On top of that, he also owns a majority stake in Beijing Wantai Biological Pharmacy. The company went public on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in April this year and it surged its fortunes as much as $20 billion by the month of August. Source: Indiatimes View the full article
  14. BTS?s RM opens up about his internal dilemma regarding showcasing his real image to the world
  15. Recently, Rahul Mahajan revealed in Bigg Boss14 that Rakhi Sawant is incredibly lonely. Commenting on Rakhi Sawant’s childhood and her eccentric personality, Rahul said that despite earning fame, Rakhi feels alone in the world. © Twitter In Tuesday's episode of the popular reality show, Rahul spoke to co-contestants Sonali Phogat and Arshi Khan about Rakhi, who is also participating in the show. She was originally a part of the first season, and like Rahul, has been brought back this year. Rahul said, “You want to know why she behaves so possessive? She has become very lonely. Though I have met her only once, she calls me her friend. She told me she has a husband, named Ritesh. But she hasn’t met him in two years. She is mentally very alone. She wants that whatever happens, someone should come to her. She has all these built up insecurities. She finds herself alone in the world. Her mother is sick, father nahi hai (father isn’t there)… bhai behen ka kuch na kuch, pati bhi nahi milta hai (her siblings are out of the picture)… she is very lonely.” Rahul further added, as Rahul Vaidya also joined the discussion, “Father nahi hai… father ne uske bachpan me maara hoga, peeta hoga (Her father must’ve been physically abusive towards her when she was a child). Childhood me usko bahut maarte the dance karne ke liye (They used to beat her for dancing). She has daulat, shouhrat but apne log nahi hai (She has fame and fortune, but no one to call her own). She feels she has a character to maintain. There is a clash between the real Rakhi and the Rakhi that is known to the world.” Meanwhile Rakhi, in a recent interview, revealed that she had lost all her money, and that she had to ask Bigg Boss host Salman Khan’s brother, Sohail, for work. She told TOI, “Sohail bhai (Khan) helped me a lot. Salman sir’s brother helped me. I had messaged him that bhai I want to work in the industry and want to do Bigg Boss. I don’t feel shy to ask for work. Once even Mr Amitabh Bachchan had asked the top production houses for work. I messaged Sohail bhai and asked for work in 2020 and I think he might have spoken to Salman sir.” Love her or hate her, but you can’t ignore Rakhi Sawant! View the full article
  16. At the time when the schedule of India's tour of Australia was announced, everyone knew that the four-match Test series was going to be the biggest challenge for the visitors. To make things worse, India were without key players like Rohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma. But, there was no excuse for the tourists after being bowled out for just 36 runs during their eight-wicket loss in Adelaide. If losing the first Test had put them on the backfoot early in the series, India playing the second Test without their regular skipper Virat Kohli, had everyone further convinced about their potential downfall. But, contrary to popular perception, Ajinkya Rahane-led India staged a comeback for the ages following their eight-wicket win at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). View the full article
  17. When it comes to fashion or shopping, in general, most men lean towards timeless designs and quality pieces. So, it’s safe to say that the idea of “fashion trends” that keep changing with the season isn’t the top priority of the menswear community. But some fashion trends don’t fade easily, they rather become the future classics. This is why we feel that these carefully selected trends we’re about to discuss in our 2020’s style file will find a space in your wardrobe for a long, long time! __ECOMLOOKS__2283__ __ECOMLOOKS__2284__ __ECOMLOOKS__2285__ __ECOMLOOKS__2286__ __ECOMLOOKS__2287__ __ECOMLOOKS__2288__ __ECOMLOOKS__2289__ __ECOMLOOKS__2290__ __ECOMLOOKS__2291__ __ECOMLOOKS__2292__ Final ThoughtsWhile we thought trends will be overlooked during the lockdown, the pandemic season found trends of its own and they’re quite comfy. Irrespective of whether we get back to our old normal or not in 2021, these timeless trends will continue to make an impression. So, if you like to keep up with the world of fashion, pick your favourites in advance! Explore More View the full article
  18. A horror game called Devotion was set to release on CD Projekt Red’s digital storefront GOG. However, the plan had to be cancelled due to Chinese censorship. In fear of facing retribution from the Chinese government, GOG cancelled its plans to host the game on its storefront as the game had some controversial content. © Reuters Players in the game found content that referred to Xi Jinping, the president of China, as a “Winnie-the-Pooh moron.” It’s no news that the Chinese president and the CCP are quite sensitive to the cartoon bear as any images of the bear have been banned on Chinese social media. ‘Winnie the pooh’ has been used as a comparison by memers which has been notoriously referenced by other personalities such as John Oliver and recent movies like ‘Christopher Robin’. Earlier today, it was announced that the game Devotion is coming to GOG. After receiving many messages from gamers, we have decided not to list the game in our store. — GOG.COM (@GOGcom) December 16, 2020 The game has been produced by Taiwanese developer Red Candle Games who have been at the centre of censorship controversy ever since the game was released. This is not the first time the Chinese Government has flexed its blanket power to dictate censorship in games, movies and other forms of popular media. PUBG Mobile, the popular battle-royale game made by the Chinese company Tencent Games was also found censoring what people could say in the game as well. © Share America Apps like TikTok have also blocked accounts of users in the past who have previously made content that talks about China’s controversial “detention camps.” Last year, Activision Blizzard banned a Hong Kong-based player from a professional tournament known as “Blitzchung” for his statement during a post-match interview, “Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our time.” Tencent Holdings was the real reason behind Ng being stripped of his winnings and being banned from competing as the company owns 10% of Activision Blizzard. In the case of ‘Devotion’, it seems like GOG and other platforms do not want to sell the game to avoid backlash from the Chinese government. Both storefronts operate in China and in order to appease the Chinese government and maintain their presence in a major market, companies often avoid taking risks with controversial games. The simplest solution to this problem is not selling the game in the Chinese region, however GOG chose to remove it from the worldwide store altogether. Here’s how the world reacted to GOG’s decision to give in to Chinese censorship: *After receiving threats from the Chinese Communist Party, we have decided not to list the game in our store. Fixed that for you. https://t.co/Bw7cFfOcfw — Oliver Jia (オリバー·ジア) (@OliverJia1014) December 16, 2020When a country so great and strong they aim to literally eradicate a video game on earth and @CDPROJEKTRED @GOGcom decide to join them Gamer friendly my a$$ https://t.co/w5r82rL75l — w 🦋️ (@whk8964) December 16, 2020Everyone who complains about censorship in games needs to be taking a long, hard look at this situation. A Taiwanese company can't publish their game on any major platform because of one obtuse (long-removed) reference to China's president THIS is what real censorship looks like https://t.co/AldEYfVzNP — Jon Riesenbach P5 Scramble (@moriyoshijon) December 16, 2020Good job GOG, good job. Now kneel before your master. https://t.co/W6oHUf2NYB pic.twitter.com/OriRPIzjnZ — Frize (like limited) (@Frize001) December 16, 2020This is ridiculous. @redcandlegames deserves better than this. If you have any love for freedom of expression or for games in general PLEASE scream for them to release it anyway. https://t.co/8FJieuSZ7w — Zero Anonymity (@WiredInZero) December 16, 2020 View the full article
  19. PUBG Mobile has experienced a rocky 2020 but it doesn’t seem like the game is going to slow down anytime soon. In fact, PUBG Mobile was the highest earning mobile game this year with over $2 billion in revenues followed by other games such as Honor of Kings, Pokémon GO, Coin Master, and Roblox with earnings exceeding $1 billion. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla PUBG Mobile’s earnings included the combined revenue from the Chinese version Game for Peace that raked in $2.6 billion. The game experienced an increase of 64.3 percent from last year even though it was banned in one of its biggest markets for the better half of 2020. Pokemon Go still continues to earn over $1 billion which is quite impressive as the game relies on augmented reality features that encourage users to venture out in the real world. It is especially impressive as players of the game were confined to their homes because of the COVID-19 pandemic, following which new features were introduced that adapted to the new normal. © Sensor Tower The insights come from Sensor Tower, an organisation that analyses and researches the global app economy each year. The list does not break down revenue according to iOS and Google Play users. “PUBG Mobile, combined with the Chinese localisation of the title, Game For Peace, is the No. 1 revenue-generator globally across the App Store and Google Play in 2020, accumulating close to $2.6 billion since the start of the year, up 64.3 percent from 2019,” the report said. © Retuers It would be interesting to see how much money PUBG Mobile lost in terms of revenue due to the ban of the game in India. Having said that, these figures also show that spending by Indian gamers in the game were not significant enough to even put a dent on the overall revenue generated by the popular battle-royal game. The game garnered the highest revenues even without its Indian users. PUBG Mobile is expected to make a return to the Indian market soon, however it is currently facing hurdles from the Indian Government as explained here. Source: Sensor Tower View the full article
  20. The ICC Women?s Cricket World Cup 2022 will be held in New Zealand from March 4 to April 3 during which 31 matches will be played
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