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England shattered all records in style

Records all shattered, bowlers made to look like bowling machines. Thanks to a murderous batting performance from the English batsmen. The day wasn’t far away — a team eclipsing 450 run-mark in ODIs. In 2016, at this very ground, they put a record-score of 444 against Pakistan. England outdid themselves today. The Aussies were their victims. Tim Paine won the toss and put England to bat on this wicket – which was termed as a road Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
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Race 3 turns out horribly FAIL

The movie twisted itself in the countless twists it had. I guess this will run only because it has strategically chosen the holiday dates. Otherwise, the script is not something I would expect from such a multi- cast film. The songs are also forcefully placed into the movie with no significance or context. It would have made a desi ” Usual Suspects” but the endless twists leave you completely bored and disinterested. The movie is Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
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7th Test ton for Gabbar

It’s been a ruthless display of batsmanship and has toyed with the Afghanistan mystery spinners. Top knock! Gets there with his signature cover drive, saw it full and pierced the gap between mid-off and extra cover. Gets a rousing reception from the crowd, they’ve been entertained thoroughly. Joins the elite club of batsmen to have scored a ton before lunch on day 1. Dhawan does his signature thigh slap as he walks back, much to Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Social

5 Key Reasons why the world is turning into an unhappier place

1. Very high cost of maintaining a ‘happy lifestyle’. Whether or not you have money in the bank, you are forcing yourself to buy that iPhone, travel to that destination, party every weekend and do a lot more, just in order to look happy, and therefore hoping to be happy. 2. It is an increasingly lonely world. The irony is that we are the largest number of humans there have ever been on this planet, Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
History

Operation Blue Star 1984

Operation Blue Star was a military operation which was ordered by Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister, to remove Sikh militants who were amassing weapons in the Golden Temple in Amritsar, in order to establish control over it. The operation was launched in response to deterioration of law and order in Punjab. Where did it all start? The roots of Operation Blue Star can be traced from the Khalistan Movement. The Khalistan Movement was a political Sikh Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
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Sunil Chhetri plea turns out beneficial for Indian Football future

Indian football captain Sunil Chetri prior to the Intercontinental Cup tie against Kenya on Monday pleaded those passionate for football and those not so enthusiastic about the game to come and watch them play on the field. He shared a series of videos on his Instagram handle where he is heard saying ‘Abuse us, criticise us but please come to watch the Indian national team play.’ Sunil Chhetri, one of the greatest footballers the country Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
History

Hindu holy water and Tirta Gangga Temple in Bali, Indonesia 

This article will show , how Indian Muslims can learn from Indonesian Muslims to respect their ancient cultures and traditions. In the world’s largest Muslim nation, Hindu epics survive and thrive. Hinduism in Indonesia is practised by 1.7% of the total population, and by 83.5% of the population in Bali as of the 2010 census. We visited Indonesia in 2015, and gathered some beautiful experiences. We had some conversations with the team of Muslim Dancers Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
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Patanjali has now announced its Kimbho text and video chat app for Android users.

WhatsApp has a new ‘swadeshi’ rival in India called ‘Kimbho’, thanks to yoga guru Ramdev’s company Patanjali Ayurved. The messaging app is up against WhatsApp, which has 1.5 billion users worldwide and over 200 million in India.  The tagline of the app says: ‘Ab Bharat Bolega (Now India will speak)’. Its launch comes after Ramdev recently announced a tie-up with BSNL to provide employees of Patanjali with a special SIM card, featuring low-cost talk plans. Kimbho, in Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
Social

The fourth invisible colour in Indian Flag

I am all for throwing stone pelters in jail. I am against ceasefire. I would love to see the Hurriyat leadership in prison till the day the sun rises from the North. I celebrate the killing of every terrorist. I am the strongest possible votary for vertical escalation on the Line of Control. But the fact remains that Kashmir is a war on terror, not a war on the people. Our morality often exacts a Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago
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Something that parents don’t understand about their adult kids’ career today.

Here is something that parents don’t understand about their adult kids’ career today. In the olden days, starting a business, or joining a job, or clearing an exam meant that the next 10-20-30 years are easily taken care of. There was no pressing need to switch jobs, businesses didn’t usually shut down before at least being passed on to a generation and a degree in any field would mean one has earned stability for life. Read more…

By Vishu Arora, ago