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  1. "This is one of New Zealand's darkest days," Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said, as the country mourns the loss of people who were killed in the attacks on two Christchurch mosques. On Friday, the prayers of worshippers at a mosque turned into screams after a gunman mercilessly opened fire. According to the New Zealand Police, the death toll has risen over 40 and nearly 20 people have been injured. © Reuters However, this terror attack has landed famous YouTuber PewDiePie in trouble. Reportedly, out of the multiple terrorists who conducted the mass shooting, one of the gunmen live-streamed the attack and in the video he asked people to subscribe to PewDiePie. Yes, PewDiePie. The same YouTuber who has the highest number of subscribers and was recently in news for fighting with Ekta Kapoor on social media and competing with T-Series in the race for subscribers. "Remember lads, subscribe to Pewdiepie," the gunman reportedly said. © AP We're not saying PewDiePie is related to this attack in any way nor are we trying to troll or defame him. But, given his history of racist and controversial humour, people can't help but connect the dots. However, post the heinous attack and the mention of his channel in the live stream, PewDiePie has now reacted to it and says he feels 'sickened' that his name was uttered by the person. He wrote on Twitter, "Just heard news of the devastating reports from New Zealand Christchurch. I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person. My heart and thoughts go out to the victims, families and everyone affected by this tragedy." Just heard news of the devastating reports from New Zealand Christchurch. I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person. My heart and thoughts go out to the victims, families and everyone affected by this tragedy. — ƿ૯ωá«É¿à«¯Æ¿É¿à«¯ (@pewdiepie) March 15, 2019 According to a report in India Today, the gunman apparently visited 8Chan before murdering people on Friday and left this message there "Please do your part by spreading my message, making memes and shit-posting as you usually do." Our hearts go out to the families who lost their loved ones in this deadly terror attack and we hope that people of New Zealand get the strength to live through this dark time.
  2. First, in Australia, and now, in New Zealand. The Indian cricket team has been busy creating history on their journey away from home. On the back of three consecutive wins, the Indian cricket team had already recorded their first ODI series win in New Zealand in 10 years. And, on 3rd February, the 'Men in Blue' capped off the five-match ODI series with a 4-1 win. Having suffered a rare flop-show in the 4th ODI that resulted in a massive loss, the Rohit Sharma-led brigade ticked all the boxes in the fifth and final game to end the series on a high. Riding on the back of a responsible middle-order batting performance which was backed by their impressive bowling unit, the visitors romped their way to a 35-run win at the Westpac stadium. In a bid to test their batting on a moist Wellington track, India elected to bat first and quickly found themselves in trouble. The visitors lost four wickets for just 18 runs as the hosts fancied another opportunity to bowl India out for a mediocre total, like the last game. Twitter/@BCCI But, an impressive middle-order performance in testing conditions revived India's innings from 18/4 to eventually reach a competitive total of 252 runs. Ambati Rayudu (90) led India's revival, while the likes of Vijay Shankar (45) and Hardik Pandya (45), too, played their part. In reply, James Neesham (44), Kane Williamson (39) and Tom Latham (37) tried to keep the hosts in contention of finishing strong, but it eventually proved to be a tough ask for the Kiwis. In the bowling department, Yuzvendra Chahal (3) bagged the most wickets, followed by Mohammed Shami and Pandya who bagged two wickets apiece. Following their series win, the Indian team was presented with the trophy at the post-match presentation ceremony where Kedar Jdhav was heard shouting, "How's the josh?" before his teammates responded, "High sir". Jadhav was reciting the, now, popular dialogue of Vicky Kaushal-starrer Bollywood flick 'Uri'. Looks like the "JOSH" in the squad is "HIGH SIR" ð£ï¸ ð¢ 'HOWS THE JOSH' - @vickykaushal09 ðð#TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/bzsB5EelBd — BCCI (@BCCI) February 3, 2019 The video of their celebrations was also shared by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Twitter. "Looks like the "JOSH" in the squad is "HIGH SIR". 'HOWS THE JOSH'," read the caption of the tweet.
  3. We have often said that Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma absolutely rock as a couple, and honestly speaking, we couldn't go back on our words even if we tried. Because obviously, these guys know how to take care of the intricacies of a blooming relationship, even with their demanding work commitments to take into consideration. Keeping with the spirit of their budding relationship as a much-in-love couple, we have seen Anushka do her bit as a supportive and doting wife as she travels around the world with her husband and Indian skipper Virat Kohli, in-between the free time she gets between shoots, to cheer for him and the Indian cricket team. View this post on Instagram Follow ð@viratkohli__cricket Follow ð@viratkohli__cricket Follow ð@viratkohli__cricket Follow ð@viratkohli__cricket . . . . . #viratkohli #indiancricket #bcci #cricket #cricketindia #ipl #rcb #indiancaptain #captain #india #indvssa #captainkohli #bollywood #vk #testcricket #kingkohli #runmachine #viratianforever #viratkohlifans #viratian #dhawan #pandya #dhoni #sachin #mahirat #yuvrajsingh #raina #msdhoni #proudviratian #one8crew A post shared by Virat Kohli (@viratkohli__cricket) on Jan 7, 2019 at 10:05pm PST This holds true even now as Virat is touring New Zealand with the Indian team to play against the host country in the ongoing ODI and T20 series, because Anushka has joined Virat on this tour and their recent pictures tell us that having a supportive partner can really work well when you want to mix work and pleasure, besides the mental support you get from your SO being with you. View this post on Instagram No filters needed #NewZealand 𥰠A post shared by AnushkaSharma1588 (@anushkasharma) on Jan 20, 2019 at 11:22pm PST Given team India's performance in the test series so far, the couple obviously was in the mood to celebrate and let go, and what better way to do it than spending some quality time together? Virat and Anushka seemed to have done just that, and their Instagram posts will show you as much. The two can be seen enjoying the picturesque landscape of New Zealand and each other's company. View this post on Instagram Away we go â¤ï¸ð#travelswithher A post shared by Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) on Jan 28, 2019 at 2:19pm PST This only confirms that all of us should have the good luck to mix work and pleasure sometimes, because going by their pictures, surely it would only do us some good.
  4. After a successful outing in Australia, our men in blue are giving the Kiwis a living nightmare in the ongoing India vs New Zealand series. Virat Kohli and his boys are already leading 2-0 with two consecutive wins in Napier and Mount Maunganui and the fate looks brighter yet again when the two teams will hit it out on Monday in the third ODI. © Twitter Bowing down to the dominance of the Indian team, the Eastern District Police in New Zealand decided to deal with it in a hilarious and an innovative way by actually issuing a clever warning against the men in blue. The warning reads as follows: "Police would like to issue a warning to members of the public about the exploits of a group touring the country at the moment. Witnesses report seeing this group badly assault an innocent looking bunch of New Zealanders in both Napier and Mt Maunganui in the last week. Extra care should be taken if you are carrying anything that looks like a cricket bat or ball." Everyone out there is taking it with a pinch of salt and in fact, agreeing with it! © Facebook Meanwhile, NZ captain Kane Williamson has been quite vocal about the whole defeat being a little frustrating. “Little frustrating, not so much the loss but how we are losing is the problem. Credit to India. Some of the dismissals were a result of us going too hard maybe. If we had wickets in hand, you never know but we didn't have wickets in hand. Those are the lessons that we need to take ahead," he said. The next ODI is tomorrow and with our team leading the series, we really hope the victory is ours.
  5. For a man who was heavily criticised and consistently bashed for his slump in form in 2018, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has made the naysayers eat their own words on the back of a prolific showing in the new year. The ever-reliable cricketer had a brilliant outing in Australia where he produced clinical batting performances that had eluded him the previous year. The 37-year-old smashed three consecutive fifties, wherein two of those paved the way for India's triumph, further helping the visitors to secure a historic bilateral ODI series win. In the three matches he played, Dhoni emerged as the leading run-scorer for India, amassing 193 runs at an average of over 190. Such was his performance with the willow that it eventually earned him the 'Man of the Series' award following India's 2-1 triumph in the series. © AP While his weren't exactly the slambang innings we once associated with Dhoni, his calculated knocks, produced on the back of great composure and temperament, gave us all a glimpse of his new role in the team. With over 10,000 ODI runs to his name, Dhoni is the kind of player that a side needs to bolster their middle-order. And, adapting himself to his new role, Dhoni continues to add value to the Indian team. Following his prolific showing Down Under, the Indian cricketer now gears up for the five-match ODI series against New Zealand. Owing to his return to form, Dhoni is likely to play a pivotal role if India intend to upset the Kiwis in their own backyard. And, ahead of the first ODI at McLean Park, the right-hander has found a new challenge - thanks to Mike Hesson. Preparing to halt India's marauding run, the Kiwis would have surely kept close tabs on Dhoni in a bid to prepare themselves for the Indian middle-order batsman. Thus, there was no surprise to see Hesson being overwhelmed by Dhoni's heroics in Australia. "Runs just shows the value of experience. Most players in the world would have panicked considering the situation Dhoni was in, but he looked calmer than anybody else. It suggests that he has been in this situation many times before and knows how to pace a chase," the New Zealand coach told Cricket Next. © Reuters "Challenge for Dhoni is going to be when the side is batting first, how hard he needs to go. In terms of chasing a total, which is still the hardest thing in cricket, he is a genius," the New Zealand coach added. Dismissed due to an umpiring error in the first ODI, Dhoni took the matters in his own hands with a much-improved showing in Sydney and Melbourne. His unbeaten knock of 54 helped his side in levelling the proceedings in Sydney, while an 87-run innings in Melbourne sealed the game and series for India. With India chasing in all the three ODIs Down Under, Dhoni was seen adapting to the ever-changing match situations and pacing his innings accordingly - something that he has mastered over the years. During a run-chase, cricketers are generally in a better frame of mind as far as their approach is concerned. But, what happens when India are batting first? How would Dhoni go about his business then? He surely doesn't have the luxury of pacing his innings according to the asking-rate. That's the challenge Hesson has pointed out. © Reuters If India bats first, Virat Kohli and his teammates will have to combine together to post a total which they feel is a competitive one. And, that is where Dhoni's presence of mind and experience will come into play as, like Hesson, the fans back home, too, would be eager to see how this old warhorse goes about his business then. It's the test of assumptions and, then, playing accordingly to aid the team's cause. A tricky, but a crucial test nonetheless. Will he take his time, again, to build the innings? Or, we'd see the explosive side of Dhoni that has eluded him in recent times? All those questions might get answered when Team India locks horns with New Zealand in the first ODI at the McLean Park in Napier on 23rd January.
  6. Following their historic outing in Australia, the Indian cricket team is all set to embark on a new challenge before they head to England for the all-important ICC World Cup. The Virat Kohli brigade will now travel to New Zealand where they'll lock horns with the Kiwis in a five-match One-Day International (ODI) series. And, as the Indian team gears up for their first clash, Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan has given a glimpse of how he is preparing for the upcoming tour. Taking to Instagram, the Delhi cricketer shared a video of himself sweating it out in the gym. The left-hander was seen pulling off dead-lifts and back row during a training session. While 'Gabbar' was making the most of the team's training session, his teammates Kedar Jadhav and Yuzvendra Chahal were seen mocking the opening batsman with their dance moves in the background. View this post on Instagram No shortcuts to hardwork! Only hardwork can make success look easy. #success #hardwork #mehnat #noshortcuts #MondayMotivation A post shared by Shikhar Dhawan (@shikhardofficial) on Jan 20, 2019 at 9:14pm PST On the cricket front, Dhawan had a pretty decent tour of Australia. His batting prowess was in full display during the three-match T20I series where he was also adjudged the 'Man of the Series'. However, the left-hander, despite getting some starts, couldn't replicate his success in the ODI series. Exercising with such power and intensity, Dhawan seems to have set his sight on tearing the Kiwis bowling line-up apart when Team India takes on New Zealand in the 1st ODI at the McLean Park on 23rd January.
  7. After blanking their opponents 3-0 in the T20 International (T20I) series, the Pakistan cricket team was busy giving New Zealand a run for their money in the One-Day Internationals (ODIs). Trailing 0-1 in the ODI series, Pakistan made a comeback to level the proceedings 1-1 before rain spoiled their chances in the third and final game. What awaited next was a stern test of their character, as Sarfraz Ahmed's men geared up for the three-match Test series against the Kiwis. And, the fact that Pakistan bowled New Zealand out for a mere 153 runs in the first innings, showed that they meant business. While Babar Azam and Asad Shafiq looked good with the willow in the first innings, the bowling masterclass of Hasan Ali and Yasir Shah ensured Pakistan needed just 176 runs to win the Test and take a 1-0 lead. © Twitter/@TheRealPCB Needing 139 runs with ten wickets in hand at the start of Day 4, Pakistan and their fans would have surely felt at ease against the Kiwis, who were probably ruled out of the game. But, neither the two playing sides nor any cricket pundit could have possibly anticipated what eventually unfolded during the day's play at the Sheikh Zayed stadium in Abu Dhabi. The fourth day's play was an apt reminder of the many run-chases Pakistan have barbecued over the years. Despite losing three wickets early on, Sarfraz's side rarely looked in trouble - courtesy a gritty 82-run partnership between Azhar Ali and Shafiq. But, some mediocre batting and a maiden five-wicket haul of debuting left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel handed New Zealand a thrilling, even unexpected, four-run win. With Pakistan botching away a run-chase yet again, the mood in their camp was understandably damp. But, at the same time, New Zealand's dressing room was buzzing with celebratory noise. For the Kiwis, it was undoubtedly a special win which called for an equally special celebration. New Zealand players celebrating the win in Abu Dhabi with a bit of bhangra #PAKvNZ pic.twitter.com/UJNN0FRnH7 — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) 19 November 2018 After their emphatic triumph brought jubilation on the field, the celebrations continued in the dressing room where the Kiwis were spotted unveiling their Bhangra moves to the tunes of hit Punjabi track "Mundian To Bach Ke". While the New Zealand cricket fans were happy to see their national team's celebrations, the Pakistani fans opined that the dance video further rubbed salt to the wound. Yr why r u showing this. U know this will hurt Pakistanis. Badly..... — Subhan Khan (@subhankhank690) 20 November 2018 Yar ye tweet delete kro bhai .dil dukta hey dhek k — Farooq Afridi (@FaryAfridi1) 19 November 2018 ð¢ð nahi dekna bhangra ð­ð­ — Zarahðµð° (@Zarahdogar) 20 November 2018 Nhi yr dil pay khanjar chal rahy hein — Farooq Afridi (@FaryAfridi1) 20 November 2018
  8. The Sikh community never fails in making us believe, that humanity will continue to exist in our hearts, as long as we have love and affection for our fellow beings. One such family in Hamilton is winning hearts across the world with their selfless act of serving the homeless in Hamilton, New Zealand every day. The family of three, Rajveer, Seerat Singh and Narinder Kaur make sure that every morning the homeless community in Hamilton gets food to survive the cold. © stuff.co.nz © stuff.co.nz The family migrated to Hamilton around 16 years ago and this is their way of preaching their religion, and also a gesture of giving back to the place, which is now their home. Every morning, they serve food, and basic amenities like toothpaste, feminine hygiene products and even basic clothing for people who are in dire need of them. © stuff.co.nz The family goes out of their way in caring for the people who return every day for food. They bought a man a new pair of shoes and waited for him to return so that they could give it to him. © stuff.co.nz The whole idea behind this beautiful service is very simple for this family. A few years ago, they were severely hurt in a car accident and the son and the father had to take a break from work. They believe that no one should go hungry in the cold weather. This is a stellar example of humanity and we all can contribute to making this world a better place. Source: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/105665484/members-of-sikh-community-serve-hamiltons-homeless-community
  9. The sixth installment in the MI series aka 'Mission Impossible: Fallout' is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated and awaited movies of this year. I am sure y'all have varied reasons to patiently wait for the movie to release – Tom Cruise's epic comeback after a deadly injury, him performing the death-defying HALO jump or jumping from 25,000 feet over a 100 times like it's nobody's business, or Henry Cavill's moustache that cost Warner Bros. 25 million dollars. Paramount Pictures Well, whatever your reasons are, we just found one more to add in your already heavy list and that is the fact that, India plays a huge role in Ethan Hunt's quest to save the world. Paramount Pictures Reportedly, the climax scene of the movie is set in the backdrop of Kashmir, where Tom Cruise and his 'Mission Impossible' team will stop a sinister plan from taking its course. In fact, India will find its mention in the narrative multiple times throughout the movie. Instagram Although the movie mentions India, the Indian Army and the climax is set in Kashmir, the scenes aren't actually shot in India. Yes, you read that right! The movie talks about India a lot, but the makers didn't really shoot in the country. They gave a makeover to a valley in New Zealand to make it look like a small village in Kashmir. Reason – the makers didn't get permission to shoot a helicopter chase scene anywhere else except New Zealand. Paramount Pictures Wondering how Kashmir finds its way into the movie? It begins with a breakout of an epidemic in Kashmir that brings the nation on the radar of the after-effects of an attack. Ethan Hunt and his team cross borders and head to Kashmir to save the world and ward off the danger that is threatening a large chunk of the population. (FYI, don't call this a spoiler and even if you think so, don't blame me for it. I am equally surprised!) The movie is said to mention the Indian Army, show the daily lives of people in Kashmir and top it with a high-octane helicopter chase and crash in the snow-capped mountains. Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, 'Mission: Impossible – Fallout' is releasing on July 27 and also stars actors Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson, Alec Baldwin, Michelle Monaghan and Sean Harris. Source: Hindustan Times
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