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  1. Salman Khan recently opened up about his lockdown story which has left his fandom terrified
  2. Every kind of love thatâs celebrated is worth sharing. When you love hard, and as purely as the feeling itself, itâs hard for the world to not get a whiff of your rapid heartbeat or roiling emotions. You see, that is how love works in our world. There is no timeline to it. It sees no cultural or linguistic barriers. There is no stopping it against different skin colours or places of worship, and when it finally does arrive, it brings us to our knees, quite literally. © Instagram Ace Kings XI Punjab player and Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell who recently got engaged to his girlfriend Vini Raman would agree with this from personal experience. Because when all else failed, it took Maxwell to drop to his knees and turn his then-girlfriend into his current fiance, and future wife. Before we get to that part, letâs take a quick look at Maxwell and Viniâs little-known love story. © Instagram According to tabloids, the first wave of speculation about Maxwell and Viniâs âfriendshipâ started doing the rounds when Vini posted a picture of herself with Maxwell back in August 2017. The post came with no captions, and to this day comments on the picture is disabled. Still, since actions speak louder than words, the picture spoke volumes. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@vini.raman) Both look pretty close and comfortable in each other's company in the picture. And though not much is known about their initial phase of dating, it is believed that the two first met at a Melbourne Stars event, a domestic cricket team Maxwell represents. © Instagram As for Vini, she is a Melbourne-born and brought-up, Indian-origin Tamilian who also happens to be a certified pharmacist. In fact, it has always been Vini herself who would often share pictures of herself and âbest friendâ Maxwell on the âGram, along with other cryptic captions every now and then. View this post on InstagramWe're the best of friends... except for when the jenga comes out ð¬ #topdeckA post shared by (@vini.raman) Besides popping up on Viniâs feed now and then, and going on a Europe trip together, Maxwell and Vini succeeded in keeping speculations rife about their relationship status for a long time. This was until Maxwell took Vini as his plus one to the Australian Cricket Awards in February last year and even posted their first picture together on his personal Instagram account. The gossip mills took this as an official announcement of their budding romance. View this post on InstagramAwesome night at Crown for the Australian cricket awards. Congrats to @patcummins30 and @a_healy who both had incredible years! Personally I thought @vini.raman was best on ground last night, she looked absolutely stunning! ð A huge thanks to @nadeneduncanstylist , @marquisebridal , @calibreaustralia , @lajeenartistry , @valerejewellery & @olgabergofficial #australiancricketawards #crown #calibre #marquisebridalA post shared by (@gmaxi_32) This was soon followed by pictures of the coupleâs trip to Paris, though Vini was otherwise quite diligent about filling the gaps with her own set of Instagram posts which captured their blooming romance. However, earlier this year, soon after taking Vini as his plus one to the Australian Cricket Awards for the second consecutive year, Maxwell made things official by announcing his engagement to girlfriend Vini Raman on Instagram. View this post on InstagramðA post shared by (@gmaxi_32) But according to Maxwell, a lot went on before this picture-perfect moment. Things that toppled all his plans for a memorable proposal, turned it into a ânightmareâ and ended up bringing him to his knees instead. During an interview with Cricket Australia Maxwell shared how a perfect proposal for Vini would have been on a beach during sunset, but how it was everything otherwise in reality. When his initial plan failed, Maxwell asked Vini to meet him in a park near Port Melbourne. It was late in the afternoon and the park was full of people and school kids, so all the while he hid behind a tree to wait for Vini to reach the location. © Instagram But as his luck would have it, Vini walked past him in the wrong direction. So, Maxwell had to give her directions until she was in the exact place where he wanted her. When they finally met up, Maxwell wasnât feeling ready enough to pop the question just like that, so he tried to make her look in the other direction on the pretext of locating a cafe. © Instagram As soon as Vini turned around to check, and with no other way to do it ârightâ, Maxwell dropped on one knee and ended up proposing to Vini in a public park! View this post on InstagramLast night we celebrated our Indian engagement and I gave @gmaxi_32 a little teaser of what the wedding will be like 𥰠Shout out to both of our incredible families & all our friends who came to celebrate with us on such short notice - we are so grateful to be surrounded by some pretty amazing people â¤ï¸ Canât wait to get our hands on more photos from @shevan_j_photography ð¸ H&M - who else but ... @lajeenartistry Venue - @lincoln_of_toorak Catering - @tandooriflames Mandap - @rupalis_mandaps_melbourne Henna - @fadziiesmehndiandbeauty Lehgna - @gbcreations_ Arm candy - @gmaxi_32 ðA post shared by (@vini.raman) Soon, the pictures of Maxwell and his fiance made it to social media, which was later followed by pictures from their Indian engagement and a promise that the wedding will be a grand, Aussie + desi affair. View the full article
  3. Up to 10% of coronavirus patients seem to have been ?re-infected?, according to a hospital and several quarantine centres in Wuhan
  4. As the coronavirus outbreak is new and unprecedented, we ask experts what lies in future for those who have recovered
  5. WHO has partnered with WhatsApp to set up a central messaging platform to provide up-to-date information about coronavirus
  6. As much as we love the look of a well-groomed beard, we also have a soft-spot for the old school gentlemen. For some men, experimentation with their beard styles is a real thing, for others it's all about the clean shaved look. Well, if you belong to the latter category, we have just the right inspiration for you. In a world full of beard trends, we have these celebrities who own their clean shaved looks. Thanks to them, we don't think this look is ever going out of style! __ECOMLOOKS__281__ __ECOMLOOKS__284__ __ECOMLOOKS__286__ __ECOMLOOKS__287__ __ECOMLOOKS__288__ EXPLORE MORE: View the full article
  7. Motorola has been slacking with its presence, at least in India. The company is nowhere to be seen in front of the Chinese brands that are dominating the market left and right. But it looks like Motorola wants to hit a home run and make a comeback this year. It's planning on doing that with the launch of the Moto Razr. Yes, the foldable phone will finally be made available in India soon. Honestly, the Moto Razr isn't just a revival of the original Razr phone. This one is a full-fledged foldable device that's going head-to-head with Samsung's Galaxy Flip as one of the first few foldable phones you can buy right now. But this isn't a phone that you buy for its specs. The Moto Razr isn't going to entertain with the latest specs on the market. Motorola thinks it can win the consumers with the phone's stylish looks and nostalgia factor. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 710 chipset which is quite old now. It only has up to 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. The battery inside the phone is also very small i.e. just 2,150 mAh. © YouTube/ Motorola The highlight of the phone is its 6.2-inch flexible OLED display. Motorola is using a unique hinge to help the display fold in half to turn the phone into a compact and pocketable device. When the phone is folded, you get to look at a smaller 2.6-inch Quick View OLED display on the top to see all the notifications. As for the camera, there's a 16MP shooter that can be used as both the rear-main camera as well as the selfie shooter. And that's about it when it comes to the specs. Not really that powerful, huh? As I said, Motorola isn't trying to win anybody with the specs here. The company is going after the people who fancy the original Moto Razr and its crazy good flip mechanism. That being said, we haven't had the chance to use the phone extensively to test the phone, so we can't comment on the performance and usability. But what we do know is the price of the phone for now. Pricing & AvailabilityMotorola has launched the Moto Razr in India for Rs 1,24,999. Only one variant of the phone will be available here in India and you'll be able to pick it up from Flipkart starting April 2nd. It's even more expensive than the Galaxy Z Flip in India, making it one of the most expensive phones you can buy in the market today. View the full article
  8. A couple of months back, a new product showed up online from none other than the drug lord Pablo Escobar's brother, Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria. It's a foldable phone and you probably already know about it. Honestly, it was a little sketchy, but what you may not have known is the fact that it's a scam. I mean, it's just a rebranded Samsung Galaxy Fold phone but that's not the only reason why we say it's a scam. © YouTube/ Marques Brownlee Furthermore, Marques Brownlee suggests that the company is using a Cameo service to hire celebrities to add ads for them. If all this isn't enough to convince you not to drop your money on the phone, let me just say it out loud that it looks like a scam and you're better off not buying one. View the full article
  9. Experts say there is not enough research to make such claims about the symptoms, prevention of coronavirus
  10. The news is currently filled with anxiety over coronavirus and workers are being encouraged to work from home where possible to limit or delay its spread. For many people used to commuting daily and working in shared offices, this is a huge upheaval which will take a while to adjust. How do you stay motivated and productive when you're not at your desk and held accountable by your colleagues next to you? Remote working has become popular over the last few years. The internet has transformed how we work, and improvements to connection speeds, authentication systems and cloud architecture make working home a viable alternative for many office workers. Working from home certainly doesn't suffer the same stigma it did years ago when it was synonymous with sleeping in late, daytime TV binges and excessive time in pyjamas. A good number of years ago, I was getting my hair cut. It was about 11 am on a weekday, and we had the usual small talk as she attempted to tame my unruly mop. The question I was waiting for dropped a moment later "so, is this your day off?" My reply was that I work from home so have some flexibility in my day. Usually, this gets a nod, and we move onto the weather. I'd not met this hairdresser before. She processed my reply, stopped snipping and locked eyes with me via the mirror. "Do you really work from home, or is that you don't have a job?" Fears over reduced productivity from remote workers have proved to be unfounded. A large-scale experiment was conducted with 16,000 employees of a Chinese call centre. Workers were randomly assigned to either work from home or at the office for nine months. The home workers enjoyed a 13% performance increase due to fewer breaks and sick days. At Invision Community we not only make a product designed to bring people together online, but a good number of us also work remotely. Our HQ is in Virginia, USA but we have team members in the UK, Europe and Australia. Remote working allows us to hire the best people we can find, and not just those who are within a few miles of our HQ. I spoke with our team to get their tips and strategies for working from home and still getting work done. Rikki, lead UI designer Get out of the house every day It's easy to fall into the trap of being a hermit for days on end. Particularly in the summer, I like to take a walk to get lunch every single day. It gives me a chance to get some fresh air, a little exercise and most importantly get away from my office properly (instead of just being in the next room, which doesn't feel like it's really taking a break). Don't take your work home downstairs with you Another easy trap to fall into is working every waking hour because you're always 'at work'. Set fixed work start/end times and stick to them. Leave your office at the end of the day and consider the work finished. If you do need to hop back to work later because something cropped up, go back to your desk to put yourself in work mode - don't be tempted to start working from the sofa. Olivia, Customer Success Manager Organize your workspace You may not be lucky enough to be able to repurpose a dedicated room in the house, but that doesn't mean you can't find a good spot to work from. Choose a place that is free of clutter and well lit. Organize your work I'm a big fan of to-do lists. Keeping my lists organized helps me stay on track and prevents me from drifting too far from what's important. I like the "To Do versus To Get Done concept." Organize yourself Plan in breaks away from your screen. There's always one more email to write, but setting times to take a break is vital to keeping your energy and focus. Working from home means that you cannot rely on others to remind you! Check-in often with teammates At Invision Community, we use Slack to keep in touch and recreate the 'water cooler' moments where we discuss our favourite TV shows, movies and more. Reframe "my office is always open" to "I'm always available for a call". Remind your colleagues often that they can start a voice call if they need to talk. Stuart, developer and migration specialist Minimize human distractions When you're working from home, it's easy to get distracted, especially by other people! Remind your family and friends that during your work hours you're working. As much as you'd love to spend the day drinking tea (or beverage of your choice) and chatting, you do have a job. Stuart's work area How we do it There's no doubt that we're fortunate to have a team that is self-motivated and responsible. Remote working can allow individuals to drift, and productivity suffers. We use a combination of software platforms and a few simple strategies to keep us all informed, organized and feeling part of a greater team. We use Slack to not only onboard new clients, but also to organize product development, feedback and support. These channels are well used, but without a doubt, our 'general' channel is used the most. This is where we hang out socially and chat during our breaks. It's easy to see this as unproductive or distracting, but I feel that it helps build us as a team and helps forge relationships with each other. We use a private Invision Community as an intranet hub which does the heavy lifting for organizing releases. It also acts as a repository for feedback, new feature ideas and development discussions. We encourage breakout groups to voice call to resolve hot topics and pressing issues. It's amazing what you can get done in a few minutes by voice. We hold a stand up voice meeting weekly where we organize the week, discuss anything pressing and run through development tasks. This call is developer-focused, but it's held company-wide, so it is inclusive. We try and avoid human information silos where possible. Daniel's workstation Above all, just keep talking. It's just as important to share your personality as it is your work. Make sure you check in on quiet colleagues to make sure they're OK. Not everyone is super-chatty, and some prefer to switch off and focus. However, it's easy to feel a real sense of loneliness and isolation if you don't have a partner or family living with you. It's essential to put effort into maintaining relationships online. Working remotely means less interaction with your colleagues, and it's easy for multifaceted personalities to become a flattened disembodied persona online. Without the office 'vibe' and body language cues we often take for granted, it's easy to lose that personal connection. Build depth by asking how your colleagues weekends were. Ask about their hobbies and pets. Work at keeping a connection with the person behind the computer. Take advantage of technology Apart from using Invision Community as a hub and company-wide information repository, there's a lot of apps you can use to make your work time more productive and avoid the constant distractions partners and children rattling about the house can cause. I work from home and have two young children. School holidays can be challenging when the house comes alive during the day, and there's a constant stream of potential distractions. I use "focus music" with noise-cancelling headphones when I want to knuckle down and write code or blog articles. Right now, my kids are at school, and I'm listening to Metallica at an unreasonable volume through my Homepod speaker. For some reason, loud metal music helps me concentrate. There are only so many power chords you can take, and I've found Brain.fm to be very useful. Brain.fm uses "neural phase-locking" via music to help you focus. I have no idea what that means, but it does help me get into the zone on days where I struggle with productivity. I have the attention span of an anxious squirrel. It can take me a long while to get into the zone and mere seconds to pop back out. When I'm writing code, it's less of a problem. I just put on Brain.fm or some music, and I get lost in time and space as I build complex constructs in my mind before bringing it together in my code editor. However, when I'm writing articles, helping support, hopping between tasks, or doing general administration work, I rely on a Pomodoro timer. The idea is that you work in sprints of 25 minutes, followed by a short break, usually 5 minutes. You repeat this cycle four times and take a longer break. Many apps can track your time in this way, including web-based tools such as the amusingly named Tomato Timer. Using this technique helps me get into the flow by giving me "permission" to take breaks but only once the work block has finished. I might pop out of focus and think about checking up on our community or Facebook and get back to work when I realize I've still got 12 minutes of work left. Where I work. Can you guess my favourite TV show? Work/life balance doesn't exist You'll often hear people talk about their work/life balance. You are better off thinking in terms of work/life integration. Now, I'm not suggesting that you work all day and night. I'm not one of those "sleep when you're dead" people. I like to sleep. I have a partner and two kids I want to enjoy and passions outside of my computer (although my guitars are gathering dust again). The reality is that when your workstation is just a door away from the rest of your life, you're going to work outside of the traditional 9-5 routine despite how rigorous you may want to define a working day. This might be because you took the morning off to watch your kid's school play or you may have booked a haircut during the day as it's much quieter. My advice would be to look for pockets of time that won't impact the rest of your family or free time. I tend to earmark an hour once the kids have gone to bed as potential "work overflow" time. This allows me to integrate my work schedule with my home schedule without it taking over my life. Avoid Coffeeshops Working with your laptop is a massive cliché. Every single time I've walked into Starbucks, there have been dozens of people at tables squinting at laptop screens. It's an attractive idea. You get to mingle with fellow humans. You get a change of scenery and a decent cup of coffee. You also get a constant source of distractions, poor quality and insecure Wi-Fi and sideways glances from staff who'd love to free up your table. Also, what do you do with your laptop when you need a restroom break? Do you take it with you? What if someone sits at your table while you're gone? It's just not for me. Jim's work area Exercise and movement I won't lecture you about health and fitness, but I do want to highlight one downside of having no commute and office building to move through: being super-sedentary. If you used to clock up 10,000 steps walking to the train station, walking to your office and then clocking up steps as you moved between meeting rooms and social areas, then expect that number to drop sharply. There are days where my Apple Watch tells me I've done less than 1500 steps during the day. To combat this, I make time during the day to go for a walk or to exercise. I'm fortunate that I have a treadmill in the garage along with some weight lifting equipment. If you don't have any equipment, then a short walk is better than nothing. As a bonus, you'll get some fresh air and vitamin D from the sun. I also have a standing desk so that I can get on my feet during the day and an exercise bike I can use while working with the desk at its highest position. Find ways to incorporate movement into your day for your own mental and physical health. Conclusion Despite the many challenges working remotely can cause and the learning curve of taking your work home, the vast majority prefer to work from home. In a study of 100 remote workers, only six said they'd return to the office if given a chance. If you're new to working remotely, then there will be mistakes. There will be days when you feel that you've achieved very little and probably yearn for some human interaction and be told what to do next. It's all part of the process. Keep lines of communication open, check in on your colleagues and embrace the freedom working remotely gives.
  11. While watching a magnanimous Hindi movie and those âlarger than lifeâ sets in a Dharma Productions movie look and feel good to the eyes, sometimes some of the best movies in the world are the ones which have none of those shenanigans and are downright simple. Here are six low budget movies which prove that you donât need money but talent and good scripts to make a good movie. 1. PinkOne of the most surprising hits which was made on a budget of over Rs 20 crore but ended up making over Rs 106 crore at the box office. A powerful movie which explains the importance of consent, this script taught men a better lesson than any big budget movie could have. 2. KahaaniTrust Vidya Balan to take a script and make it her own which means she needed no big banners to make money from a movie which was made on a budget of a mere Rs 8 crore but ended up doing business of over Rs 104 crores at the box office. 3. Vicky DonorAyushmann Khurranaâs debut movie was a super hit with the masses and while it had a budget of only Rs 15 crores, the well made movie ended up making over Rs 66 crores at the box office. 4. Khosla Ka GhoslaAn extremely brilliant movie starring Anupam Kher, Parveen Dabas and Boman Irani, this story is something which a lot of âdilliwalasâ will relate to. Made on a mere budget of less than Rs 5 crore, the movie didnât make a lot at the box office but continues to be a hit amongst the masses. 5. The LunchboxAn extremely simple story narrated beautifully and enacted wonderfully by Irrfan Khan and Nimrat Kaur. This movie was made on a budget of Rs 22 crore which is not a lot by Bollywood standards but yet touched a Rs 100 cr and made its mark at various international film festivals. 6. QueenThe movie which proved that Kangana Ranaut is basically the mitochondria of talent and can make anything work with her magic. The makers exclaimed how no big banner was backing up the movie and no actress was ready to work on a budget of Rs 12 crore but this movie touched the Rs 120 crore mark and swept all awards. View the full article
  12. From a serene beach vacation to a party hotspot â Goa is many things, but the one thing that poker lovers will tell you about Goa is that it is the Vegas of India. And truly so. Floating casinos to poker events, thereâs no dearth of entertainment à la Las Vegas. Just before the monsoons hit the Goan shores, this tourist paradise is going to make it rain money with Indiaâs first-ever National Poker Series. It is a mega event that is sure to bring together all poker enthusiasts from across the country. If you are one of them, we have all the details lined up for you. What, When & Where?The National Poker Series (NPS) will run for a week (just the time you need in this beach paradise) from 29th March to 5th April and will feature buy-ins beginning from just Rs 4,000. With the low buy-ins, they plan to make the tournament accessible to all the lovers of the game. The tournament will take place at the Poker Baazi LIVE room aboard the Casino Pride 2 cruise ship in the middle of the sea. It canât get better than this, but guess what - it does. Pexels PokerBaazi, the official partner of the National Poker Series will be hosting qualifying tournaments on their app with buy-in starting upwards of just Rs 10. These qualifying tournaments, also known as satellites, let players win tickets to the NPS at a fraction of their actual price. If you think a week-long trip to Goa might be out of your budget right now, you can play to win a package deal that includes travel and accommodation. Go From Goa To VegasApart from the chance to win big moolah and a national title, the National Poker Series will feature exciting prizes across the leader-board. The two best performers in the series will win all-expenses-paid trips to Vegas. PokerBaazi That's right - play your cards right and you could find yourself seated at the table of some of the biggest poker tournaments in the world. If you're a fan of the world's most popular card game, then the National Poker Series is right up your alley. Learn more about the event here. View the full article
  13. There are now more than 107,000 coronavirus cases and more than 3,600 deaths across the world from coronavirus
  14. By now almost everyone knows about Parasite, a black comedy thriller directed by Bong Joon Ho. Even if you haven't seen the movie yet, you will still know about it because this Korean movie has created history as the Oscars 2020 by winning four major awards. To refresh your memory, Parasite won Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best International Feature Film. Like I have said earlier also and what Bong Joon Ho reiterated as well at the Oscars, the moment you cross the barrier of subtitles, the world will be your television where you can watch any foreign language content from any country without any troubles. If you've already crossed that barrier, loved watching Parasite and are now looking for more such films, then this list is what you need. We've shortlisted some of the most intriguing crime and mystery Korean thrillers that will leave you feeling empty. Confession Of Murder - 2012Starring Park Si-hoo and Jung Jae-young, the movie is about a police officer who failed to catch a serial killer 15 years ago and is still haunted by that failure. In the present day, he returns to solve the case after an author claims responsibility for those crimes in a book titled I Am The Murderer. © Dasepo Club Mother - 2009We've already seen the masterpieces that Bong Joon Ho's genius mind can come up with. Mother is one of them. As the name suggests, the movie is about a woman who takes matters of law in her hands when her son is unjustly arrested for a murder of a high school girl. To what lengths can a mother go to protect her child, weaves the rest of the plot. © 2cj entertainment Burning - 2018This movie is based on a short story called Barn Burning by Haruki Murakami. It was also selected as the South Korean entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards, although it wasn't nominated. © Pinehouse Film Forgotten - 2017Directed by Jang Hang-jun and starring Kang Ha-neul, Kim Mu-yeol, Moon Sung-keun and Na Young-hee; the movie is about a man who sets out to seek the truth behind his brother's kidnapping, when his brother returns as a different man with no memory of the past 19 days. But, turns out things are not how they are. © BA Entertainment Howling - 2012Directed by Yoo Ha, this movie is based on the 1996 book The Hunter by Japanese writer Asa Nonami. It's about two detectives, a male veteran cop and female rookie who find out in their investigation that the serial killer they are trying to find is not a human, but a dog. © CJ Entertainment A Hard Day - 2014Directed by Kim Seong-hun and starring Lee Sun-kyun and Cho Jin-woong, the movie is an action thriller about two corrupt detectives who set out to stop each other, even if it means killing each other, from revealing their hidden crimes. The extent to which each one goes to hide their respective crime makes it an interesting watch. © Dasepo Club Helpless - 2012A man sets out to find his missing fiancee, who disappeared without a trace. As he continues to search for her, he uncovers some dark and shocking truths about her. © Filament PIctures The Terror Live - 2013Directed by Kim Byung-woo, this movie is about an ambitious news anchor who tries to make a grand comeback by monopolizing a live broadcast of a terrorist attack, after he gets a strange phone call threatening and eventually blowing up Mapo bridge, killing innocent people. © Lotte Entertainment The Chronicles Of Evil - 2015A detective with an impressive track record, kills a taxi driver in self defense when the driver tries to kill him. To save his reputation, he covers up the crime and hides the body. But, the situation soon turns worse when the driver's body is found hanging in front of the police station and the detective is hired to solve the murder. © CJ Entertainment Blood Rain - 2005Directed by Kim Dae-seung, this movie is based on a murder mystery set in 1808. The movie also touches base with historical prejudice against Roman Catholicism in the Joseon Kingdom. We won't say much about this one, we want you to watch it and let us know how you liked this one. © Cinema Service View the full article
  15. Itâs a Sunday and while most of us call it a âfun dayâ, some of us also like to simply curl up like a burrito in the blanket and chill with a good movie or show and pizza as our only companion. If you are wondering what you can watch today that will keep you engaged, here are a few psychological thrillers which will keep you buzzing: 1. The Outsider This American horror crime drama is based on the novel by Stephen King so one naturally expects it to live up to expectations. The show follows the investigation of the gruesome murder of a boy where a parent is accused of this heinous crime. The show has already received major appreciation and is running for a second season. 2. The Leftovers This supernatural psychological thriller has a very interesting story about residents of Mapletown disappearing mysteriously. Things begin to get weird as the remaining population try to rebuild their life. 3. Luther This British crime drama follows a passionate crime detective named John Luther who ends up being pally with a psychopath and a murderer who is unable to be arrested due to lack of evidence. The two join hands together to solve some intense crime scenes. 4. You Probably one of the most famous psychological thrillers in recent times. Joe Goldberg, the protagonist has a cult obsessed with his psychopath behaviour on social media. The story follows an obsessed lover who is a control freak to the point where he likes to control and dictate the lives of everyone around him as he struggles with his messed up head. 5. Mindhunter Another gripping crime psychological show which will keep you on the edge as you follow the stories of FBI agents trying to solve cases by assessing the criminalâs psyche. So if you love a good guess, this is for you. 6. Mr Robot Rami Malek as Eliot, a cyber security engineer who deals with anxiety with a day job in the morning and hacking felons by the night. After an anarchist hires him to run his company, things go wild. View the full article
  16. Google Maps is one of the most-used Google services out there. Literally billions of users across the globe use the maps on a daily basis in one way or the other. Google's navigation service uses Google Maps and even the maps used by third-party apps like Uber use Google's version of the maps. When you're talking about a service that is as big as Google Maps, generating billions of dollars in revenue annually, it goes without saying that even subtle changes will affect our lives. It's more obvious in the case of navigation because it's happening in real-time. This incident where a man created a virtual traffic jam on Google Maps is a great example of that. But when you're talking about something big like international borders, who don't really notice the difference until you go looking for them. That's exactly what a Washington Post report has uncovered. If I was to explain what's happening in simple terms, I'd say that Google is showing a different version of its map depending on who's looking. For instance, if you look at the Kashmir region on Google Maps from India, you'll see different borderlines from what Google will show to someone who is looking at the maps from Pakistan. Here, check out the difference yourself - © Washington Post Notice how the borders have been altered? In the Pakistan version of the map, the dotted lines suggest the disputed borders the two nations have fought over for decades. In the Indian version, however, there's just a single solid border to denote that the region is under Indian control. It's like showing a different reality to people in different areas of the world. It's not limited to the Kashmir region. There are a ton of other regions across the globe where the differences are subtle yet mind-blowing. The "Sea Of Japan" between Japan and Korea is shown as the "East Sea" when you look at it on the maps from South Korea. And there are numerous other examples like the border differences in Morocco, the water body between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and more. It's not just Google who's doing it, by the way. Even Apple and Microsoft are following the same practice. And why are they doing it? Ethan Russell, director of product management for Google Maps, said in a statement to Washington Post, âOur goal is always to provide the most comprehensive and accurate map possible based on ground truth. We remain neutral on issues of disputed regions and borders, and make every effort to objectively display the dispute in our maps using a dashed gray border line. In countries where we have local versions of Google Maps, we follow local legislation when displaying names and borders.â © Reuters This is, honestly, quite a common phenomenon and there's nothing to be surprised about. I am sure Google will keep doing this as long as there's a disputed view to suit the diplomats and policymakers. It's also really hard to get an accurate representation of the ground reality, so I think Google is just trying to stick to the data that's being given to it by the local talent working on the ground. That being said, there's no denying that it's indeed quite alarming. It's like showing a different version of the maps to people who are living in a disputed border and showing something else to the rest of the world. It's an alternate reality which the people living in that particular area are completely unaware of. Source: Washington Post View the full article
  17. The annual â65th Filmfare Awards 2020â last night was a night full of glitz and glamour where all our favourite stars descended down on the red carpet and entertained the audience with what they do best. Here is a list of five best moments which defined the night for us: 1. Gully Boyâs big sweep One of the biggest movies of last year in terms of good content and a stellar star cast, Gully Boy won all the big awards including the best actor, best actress, best supporting actor, best supporting actor (Sidhant Chaturvedi) and best supporting actress as well. Ranveer shared a post exclaiming his excitement on receiving his award from Madhuri Dixit. View this post on InstagramA very special moment that Iâll never forget ðð½ receiving the Filmfare Best Actor trophy from one of the Greats..Legend of the silver screen..the one and only @madhuridixitnene . Etched in my heart forever â¤ï¸ #blessed #gratefulA post shared by (@ranveersingh) 2. Ananya Pandayâs (not surprising) nepotism win The cute actress won the award for the best debutante for SOTY 2 & Pati Patni Aur Woh. Now we are probably no authoritative figure to judge but her acting skills need some serious brushing and while we love a beautiful face on screen, we donât know how an award for this is justified bro. View this post on InstagramGrateful, blessed, honoured and humbled!! â¤ï¸ Filmfare for Best Debut (female) 2020 ð¤©Thank you thank you thank you @filmfare @jiteshpillaai and the entire team! 𥰠Love you @karanjohar @punitdmalhotra @apoorva1972 @dharmamovies @manishmalhotra05 @tigerjackieshroff @tarasutaria @dop007 and the entire cast and crew of SOTY 2 â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ my team - @ayeshadevitre @sajzdot @vardannayak @makeupbystacygomes @shnoy09 @fionadsouza14 this would be impossible without you guys ð¤ my family!!! Mama, Papa, Rysa U ROCK â¤ï¸ and last but definitely not the least - the audience and my supporters for giving me so much love - Iâll make u proud â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ðððA post shared by (@ananyapanday) 3. Ranveer & Kartikâs Love Aajkal moment As if he didnât torture us enough in his latest stint in Love Aajkal, Kartik Aaryan thought heâll share a âbromanticâ picture with Ranveer Singh in the same pose as the movieâs poster. Well, I think probably if that happens, it has a better chance of working out for fans than the sad aesthetic we got with this film. View this post on InstagramAnnouncing #LoveAajKal 2030 With @ranveersingh â¤ï¸ #RanTikA post shared by (@kartikaaryan) 4. Ayushmann Khurranaâs emotional letter Ayushmann won the well-deserved âbest actorâ award for Article 15. Being the beautiful man that he is, his style is a resonance of his own personality and his emotional note on his social media is proof of his phenomenal talent. View this post on InstagramFilmfare for the BEST ACTOR (critics). Sigh. When I wrapped up Article 15 I had posted a caption on my social media platforms stating that I just wrapped up the most important film of 2019. And Jitesh Pillai had asked me donât you think youâre being too pompous. Then I edited it and changed it to âone of the bestâ But tonight at this moment I stand corrected and validated. Thanks for your unconditional love Jitesh. ð Article 15 also won the best film in critics tonight. Thank you Anubhav sir, your new 2.0 version is that of legend. Kisi ne nahi socha tha ki main uniform mein achcha lagoonga. Aapki vision ko salaam. Film ke co writer Gaurav Solanki ke lekhan ko salaam. Bharat ke sanvidhaan ko salaam. Hindustan ki badalti awaam (audience) ko salaam.A post shared by (@ayushmannk) 5. Vicky Kaushalâs dance moves Vicky is a smooth guy and with his choice of movie and the PR around him as a brand, we only end up liking him more than we did in the previous year. This award saw Vicky burn the Filmfare stage with his co-stars. View this post on InstagramThese men are definitely hyping up our excitement and giving us some serious #FOMO feels! ððâ¥ï¸ðºðº #FilmfareAwards2020 @ranveersingh @vickykaushal09 . . . . #Bollywood #Celebrity #RanveerSingh #VickyKaushal #BollywoodStars #Instagram #InstaDaily #InstaLike #InstaLove #InstaMood #InstaBollywood #Video #InstaVideo #VideoOfTheDay #Filmfare2020 #AmazonFilmfareAwards #Malhari #TAKHT #AmazonFilmfareAwards2020 #Filmfare #FilmfareAwards #WeekendVibes #PostOfTheDay #Mumbai #India #Guwahati #Assam #PopDiariesA post shared by (@ipopdiaries) View this post on InstagramTowel boys @varundvn and @vickykaushal09 last night . . . #VarunDhawan #vickykaushal #varundvnfs #bollywoodnight #FilmfareAwardsA post shared by (@varundvnfs) View the full article
  18. Talk about Karma and the first thing that comes to mind is that it will find the most innovative ways to prove that sheâs a b*tch. Regardless of everything thatâs been going on with Vijay Mallya and his attempts at evading his fate, Karma has found other ways of screwing with Mallyaâs life and holding him accountable for murdering a thousand dreams and running off. © Twitter It wasn't too long ago when the news came that Mallya has gone bankrupt and was living off his partner and children, after having put up his personal assets for settlement to the Karnataka High Court. © Twitter However, now Vijay Mallya was quoted as saying, "I request the banks with folded hands, take 100% of your principal back, immediately." But how can that be possible when he announced his bankruptcy not so long ago? How do you then Mr Mallaya plan to keep your words and produce the thousands of crores that are due? © ANI While we donât think selling your kidneys or your child will be an option, there has to be a magic trick in your hat for you to have turned so generous and thoughtful after all this time. People are not ready to buy into his âhumble requestâ either and have their own share of queries they want answered pronto! Soot samet What about interests ? Country is eagerly waiting for him for necessary action. â Sudhakar (@smishra169) February 14, 2020 This man went a step ahead @TheVijayMallya 9000 crores INR+7% annual rate of interest+govt. expenses on travel/investigation/stay/court etc. Mallya, u r supposed to pay Indian current govt. around 20000 crores INR. Pay up, surrender yourself, serve jail time & then RIP. Same 4 @PChidambaram_IN etc. pic.twitter.com/hu4SuC7ey2 â ð®ð³BJP for 2024-2054(majority in all States)ð®ð³ (@JaiBajrangBalie) February 14, 2020 To take it or not is the question. Jo aata hai lelo. â Jageet Singh (@jeetkhinde) February 14, 2020 The nation wants to know Well, who let them accumulate the dues to this collosal amount? Why not pull up earlier? Why every case turns out to be Vijay Mallya..??? â Shanmuga Nathan J. à®à®£à¯à®®à¯à®à®¨à®¾à®¤à®©à¯ (@Nathan_KB) February 14, 2020 Whom do we blame? Dia bhi to aapk pitaji ne h @RahulGandhi or Bhopal kaand waale damaad ji to apne ghar k petrol tanki se jet fuel bhara k saath me kingfisher ki 2-4 air hostess k saath America bheja tha â rajanikanth (@beingrajani) February 14, 2020 Okayâ¦? Dia bhi to aapk pitaji ne h @RahulGandhi or Bhopal kaand waale damaad ji to apne ghar k petrol tanki se jet fuel bhara k saath me kingfisher ki 2-4 air hostess k saath America bheja tha â rajanikanth (@beingrajani) February 14, 2020 We suppose Mallyaâs extradition and persecution are the only things that will satisfy the masses with him having put so many peopleâs lives and dreams to jeopardy. We want the money thatâs due, but we also want to see him punished for having dared to play with our money, trust and futures. View the full article
  19. Ria and Raghav went on checking each other's Instagram following. Check out who all do they follow. View the full article
  20. The Rock came out in the most emotional of ways to his fans after the sudden passing of his father
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