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  1. Sometimes, I go scrounging for romantic love stories and end up writing about the millennial-induced culture more often than ever. Not that I don't enjoy it, I enjoy it thoroughly but sometimes you need to go back to your roots to realise the struggles that lie ahead of some people, who take time to find actual true love. No, I don't mean a bad break up between two people, where one is trying to get over the other; I mean, something more old school and organic. And talking about old school, I found the perfect love story to share with all of you, from the depths a chaotic poetry, called Mumbai. (c)Thinsktock/Getty Images Humans of Bombay recently did a beautiful story on a man, who was raising his kids after losing his wife, unaware of the fact that love was going to find him and change his life forever. Being a child of a single father, I understand the challenges of single parenting, when you're incomplete and vulnerable at all times. It's like a splinter in the brain, trying to refresh your memory of the fallen spouse while simultaneously reminding you of your responsibilities, constantly. But this man didn't give up on his responsibilities, neither did he give up on love and found the woman who could complete him, in every sense of the word. (c)Facebook/Humans Of Bombay This is his story, extracted from Humans of Bombay : “I've been a widower for many years -- I lost my wife when I was in my 30s. After that my life was about my two beautiful daughters, educating them and making sure that I doubled up as both their mother and their father. I was happy knowing that my life was for my daughters and that I would never find 'love' again -- but life has a strange way of surprising you when you least expect it. I met her in my neighbourhood when I was 49 and we immediately bonded over the loss of our spouses -- turns out she became a widow very young too. That kind of pain is something only those who have been through it will understand... and we understood each other so easily; we just fit. So with the blessings of both our families, we got married in a simple temple ceremony. I'm 60 today, and we have a 8 year old son. I know, I know I'm old enough to be his grandfather, but I'm trying my best to be young and active with him. Even my daughters dote over him! It's a happy life -- my older daughter's a journalist and the younger one's studying to be a computer engineer. I'm a proud father and a happy husband . At 60, I feel like my life has just begun!” (c)Thinkstock/Getty Images Well, indeed! Life begins only when you want it to begin and only when you feel like living again and so was the case for this man, who made the best he could with his life, after he lost his wife but found something more content, in the bargain. It's true, two people who have gone through the same thing can understand each other way better and we couldn't be more grateful for how things actually work out at times! Here's to many more grounded and earthy stories I'd like to find from time to time. For now, kudos to this beautiful unpredictability called life!
  2. Pakistan Peoples' Party leader Asif Ali Zardari/ Photo: FileNAWABSHAH: Pakistan Peoples' Party leader Asif Ali Zardari admitted that in the last two years, the party?s former Sindh government failed to deliver to the masses in last two years."I...
  3. On June 12 1999, India lost a brave soldier in the Kargil War and Hitesh Kumar lost his father. Hitesh was only 6 years old, when he came to know about his father, Bachan Singh's death. After his father's demise, at an age when most kids are busy playing with toys, the 6-year-old kid decided to follow his father's footsteps and started working towards joining the Indian Army to serve the country. 19 years later, Hitesh is now commissioned as a lieutenant in the Indian Army. In fact, he not only joined the Indian Army, he will also be serving the same battalion his father was once a part of. © BCCL Bachan Singh was a lance naik in the 2nd Battalion of Rajputana Rifles, who was shot in the head at Tololing during the Kargil War. On Saturday, now 25 years old, Hitesh graduated from the Indian Military Academy in Dehradun. He even paid tribute to his father at his memorial at Civil Lines in Muzaffarnagar. “For 19 years, I dreamt of joining the Army. It became my mother's dream too. Now I want to serve my country with pride and honesty,” Hitesh told The Times Of India. © BCCL With tears and pride in her eyes, Kamesh Bala, Hitesh's mother said at the memorial “It has been a difficult life since Bachan was martyred. I dedicated my life to raising my two sons. Today I am proud that Hitesh was commissioned into the Army. His younger brother, Hemant, is also preparing to join the Army. There is nothing more I could ask for.” © Twitter Rishipal Singh who served in the same battalion as Bachan Singh, said, “Bachan was a brave soldier. When our battalion was attacked at Tololing, he was shot in the head and died on the battlefield. We lost 17 soldiers that day, including Maj. Vivek Gupta from Dehradun. I am glad Bachan's son has received his commission. His father would have been proud of him.” Preity Zinta took to Twitter to congratulate Hitesh and wrote, “The greatest love stories are the ones wth your #Motherland. No one knows that better than an Army kid & an army family. So proud & so inspired by this family.” The greatest love stories are the ones with your #Motherland ð®ð³No one knows that better than an Army kid & an army family. So proud & so inspired by this family. ð #JaiHind #Dailyinspiration #मà¥à¤°à¤¾à¤­à¤¾à¤°à¤¤à¤®à¤¹à¤¾à¤¨ #à¤à¥à¤¹à¤¿à¤à¤¦ #Jaihind #Respect #Mother #Armybrat #Legacy #Honour #Tradition https://t.co/y7mF0ACQw9 — Preity G Zinta (@realpreityzinta) 11 June 2018 Major Surendra Poonia too tweeted about how proud he was of Hitesh, “In Kargil war, on 12 Jun 99 L/Nk Bachan laid his life for nation in battle of Tololing fighting Pakis. 19 yrs later so Hitesh Joined his regiment 2 Raj Rif. After commissioning, he went to his father's memorial to pay tribute. Hitesh, we are proud of U.” हर à¤à¤°ð®ð³à¤¸à¥ वà¥à¤° निà¤à¤²à¥à¤à¤¾ In Kargil war,on 12Jun99 L/Nk Bachan laid his life for nation in battle of Tololing fighting Pakis. 19 yrs later son Hitesh Joined his regiment 2 Raj Rif. After commissioning,he went to his father's memorial to pay tribute. Hitesh,We are proud of U @adgpi pic.twitter.com/stWvr4ZOhf — Maj Surendra Poonia (@MajorPoonia) 11 June 2018 We are sure martyr Bachan Singh would have been extremely proud of his son, just like how the nation is beaming with pride right now.
  4. Microsoft kicked off its strongest E3 press conference in years with the reveal of several exclusive games along with a good news for fans. Xbox has been plagued with the lack of exclusive games that was the key talking point today at the conference. The company showed commitment to gamers, which some of us were wary of, due to the lack of information. © Microsoft Head of Xbox Phil Spencer said that Microsoft would invest in more exclusive titles in the years to come and to further this commitment, Microsoft bought five new studios to help its lineup. The American console company is way behind its rival PlayStation in terms of sales and exclusive titles, however, it seems like all is about to change soon. Xbox announced exciting exclusive games such as 'Halo Infinite', 'Gears 5', 'Ori', 'Will of the Wisps', 'Forza Horizon 4' and more. © Microsoft What came as a surprise, was Microsoft's acquisition of new studios and the establishment of The Initiative. Microsoft acquired Undead Labs, Playground Games and Compulsion Games. However, the most impressive acquisition was the BAFTA-winning studio Ninja Theory. These acquisitions will only give Xbox a firm footing in the future with exclusive titles gamers desperately needed. © Youtube The games that were showcased looked terrific and gave us a look at Microsoft's plans. 'Halo Infinite' looked beautiful and hinted that it would be an open-world game. 'Gears 5' introduced darker undertones to bring more compelling narrative while 'Forza Horizon 4' once again looked like the ultimate racing game on the planet. Spencer finished the show talking about a new streaming service, that will let gamers play Xbox exclusive titles and third-party games on any device. This includes the PC, Tablets and mobiles which could be an added bonus for the company to shift more players to the Xbox ecosystem. The overall tone of the event was clear, Xbox is committing to the future and will focus on first-party titles to woo fans like it did with the Xbox 360. Spencer closed the show by saying he was going to “commit Microsoft's resources to the future of play”.
  5. Jack Ma runs one of the most successful companies in the world and is considered by many as the sharpest guy in business today. With Alibaba's revenues touching almost $40 billion, there's no doubt that Jack Ma has actually built an empire that'll last his lifetime. For him though, it's not enough. © Twitter Time and again Jack Ma has focused on building a company which is built to last. He doesn't believe in making a quick buck and that is why his mission is to see Alibaba last 102 years. “Alibaba's vision is to last for 102 years,” said Ma, in one of the Stanford addresses. 102, therefore, is not a random number being thrown around by one of the most successful guys on the planet. The logic behind Alibaba lasting for 102 years is this: Alibaba was founded in 1999. If the company does well in the 21st century and still survives in the year 2101 it would have been operational in three different centuries. That is something of an achievement, especially today, when companies are looking for different outs once they cross the threshold of being operational for five years. Alibaba, Ma says, is not built to sell but to last. © Twitter While nobody can predict if Alibaba will indeed last for 102 years, you can almost certainly expect it to survive till the time Jack Ma is at the helm of affairs.
  6. A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Wednesday handed 10-year imprisonment to five accused, including a former Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) and a former Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Border Security Force (BSF), for...
  7. World Environment Day is United Nation's primary call for action to help improve the polluted surroundings we live in. Since its inception in 1974, World Environment Day has been used to engage countries and help the environment as part of a movement that hopes to make the Earth greener and our lives better. © BCCL The theme for this year is "Beat Plastic Pollution'' and India has been appointed as the global host this year. In a recent study conducted by the Ellen McArthur Foundation, it has been estimated that about 6.3 billion tonnes of plastic waste exists in landfills all over the world. Out of the 6.3 billion tonnes, it has been estimated that around 90 percent will decompose slowly in the next 500 years. If that figure isn't haunting enough, there's been recent scientific research that shows micro-plastic fragments are entering our food ecosystem through soil, tap water, and even the air we breathe. On this world environment day, here are some ways that you can curb the use of daily plastic and help save the environment. Use reusable lunch bags India has a thriving working population and most of the working class still uses plastic bags for carrying lunches. Since the plastic bags are free of cost, mostly because the grocery stores hand them out easily, these plastic bags end up in the dustbin after one time use. Invest in a reusable plastic lunch bag and help the environment in whatever ways you can because we owe it to mother earth. Use steel or glass bottles and ditch the plastic The major chunk of plastic that's clogging our oceans comes from millions of plastic water bottles sold all over the world. It's a menace and one that can't be stopped overnight. But little things make a huge difference and carrying a glass or a steel water bottle whenever you go out is one of them. © BCCL If you can't reuse it, refuse it Recycle, recycle and recycle. Reusing containers and everyday items have a chain effect on our ecosystem and therefore if we make a habit of recycling our own waste then we can help fight back against plastic pollution effectively. Look for alternates when buying stuff and refuse to Ask for cloth bags from vendors Most vendors use plastic bags to help save storage costs and that ends up polluting the environment. While vendor outreach programs take time and effort, you can help the environment by not accepting plastic bags in the first place. If you don't accept it, they won't sell it. © BCCL Do not throw plastic in litter free zones It has been estimated that plastic usage accounts for $75 billion in environmental damages and most of it is in and around our heritage sites. Taj Mahal, for example, witnesses millions of visitors in a year and therefore it's a designated litter free zone where plastic use is prohibited. Minimal plastic usage in our cities will help improve the aesthetics of our beautiful cities and help save billions of dollars in environmental damages.
  8. Afghan children study the basics for learning Koran in an open half-built mosque on the outskirts of Kabul, June 11, 2008. REUTERS/HONG KONG: High child mortality rates in conservative Afghanistan are linked not just to war but to mothers being...
  9. A war plane crashing in flames after being shot down in northern Syria. Reuters FILEMOSCOW: A Russian pilot who was missing presumed dead after his plane was shot down three decades ago during the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan has been found...
  10. An inside view of the National Assembly of Pakistan. ? Geo News FILEISLAMABAD: The federal government completed its five-year constitutional term late Thursday, after which the interim government is set to take over the reins of the country from...
  11. Apple's annual WWDC conference is almost here and there are some major announcements lined up by the Cupertino giant. The company will reveal its future plans for various products that include the iPhone, iPad and the MacBook. The event is expected to showcase new software and hardware announcements and here are some we've come to learn. © YouTube 9to5Mac reports that Apple is currently making an ARM-based MacBook that will have a display with touchscreen capabilities and a SIM card slot for LTE connections. The reports say the project has been bestowed the name 'Star' and it will be the first iOS-based MacBook equipped with an ARM processor. The model number at the moment is referred as 'N84' and is already in the prototype stage. The report suggests the device is currently being tested in Cupertino and the prototypes were manufactured by the Pegatron. It is the same company that manufactures other Apple products. Other features that the new MacBook includes is a GPS compass water resistance capability. This is the first time we will see these two features on a MacBook, if true. It will also be a first for Apple to implement a touchscreen display on a MacBook and a SIM card slot. What's surprising to see is that the new MacBook will be based on iOS and not MacOS which is a move towards integrating the iPhone, iPad and other products into a singular cohesive ecosystem. © Pexels This new information sounds very exciting; however, there is some bad news. We will not see this new MacBook announced at WWDC this year, in fact, the laptop is not slated to launch anytime before 2020. Apple's annual WWDC keynote is all set to take place at the new headquarters in Cupertino on June 4th at 10:00 AM Pacific time. We will be covering the event live to give you a full run-down on what Apple has to offer in 2018 in terms of software and hardware changes. Source: 9to5Mac
  12. Narendra Modi is all about larger than life portrayals. Be it his image, the work he's done in his four years as Prime Minister or the string of campaigns he heads, everything has to be publicised in a grandiose manner and at the end of the day, it costs money. The data revealed under an RTI shows that the Narendra Modi Government spent around Rs. 4343.26 crores in advertisements and publicity over four years in power. As per the data, now available in public domain, the Modi government spent Rs. 424.85 crores on print publicity, Rs. 448.97 crore on electronic media and Rs. 79.72 crore on outdoor publicity from 2014 to 2015. Similarly, the government spent Rs. 1171.11 crore in 2015-106 and 1263.15 crore in 2016-17. © Twitter RTI activist Galgia, who submitted the RTI said that even though the expenses are pretty high, the reduction advertisement expenses in 2017 is a win for those people asking questions about such splurges. “From the details obtained it can be understood that due to constant criticism of the opposition parties and the public on social media the Modi government seems to have reduced its spending on publicity in the year 2017-18. The government which spent Rs 1263.15 crores on publicity in the year 2016-17, spent Rs 955.46 crores in the year 2017-18, which is a reduction of Rs 308 crores and almost 25% less than the previous year," Galgali said in a press statement. © Twitter These expenses on advertisements and publicity of the government's work will definitely increase going into next year, as Modi is sure to unleash a marketing blitzkrieg ahead of the 2019 General Elections. While it's true that his carefully cultivated image does ensure that the development work is there for all to see, this huge expenditure is still being paid off by hard-working citizens of the country through taxes.
  13. Photo: FileLAHORE: A family court in Lahore on Monday ruled that actor Meera is the wife of Attiqur Rehman.Announcing the judgement in a marriage suit which had been filed nine years ago by the film actress, Family Judge Babar Nadeem dismissed...
  14. Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal and his wife, former supermodel Mehr Jesia, on Monday announced they are separating ways after 20 years of marriage.In a statement to Bombay Times, Rampal and Mehr said that while their relationship has ended their love...