Thursday, September 14, 2017

The face of God

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Friday, September 1, 2017

Colours of life

This post is in Analogy to life through Photography, but one could still understand what it means to say, once you read it. Life is beautiful even in black and white after all its all about how you see them that creates the impression.
For some black and white is dull, for others it is a means of life that is plain simple. The different shades of the two colours can still brighten up the image.


At the end of the day, it all boils down to how you perceive things you can actually ignore the bad and concentrate on what is good. Once you do that you will see the result in how it looks good. 
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Thursday, August 17, 2017

What is this new Blue Whale Challenge engulfing the internet?

The Blue Whale Challenge is an internet suicide game that has been allegedly linked to the deaths of several children worldwide.


A new social media phenomenon has engulfed the internet reportedly called has suicide game or ‘The blue whale challenge’, named after the beached whales that are linked to suicide. The game allegedly consists of a series of tasks assigned to players by administrators during a 50-day period, with the final challenge requiring the player to commit suicide.

Things you need to be aware of about the game:

Blue Whale is not a downloadable game, application or software. It's a social media phenomenon like ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and the Harlem Shake. It enters social media networks from secretive groups.

The challenge allegedly started in a secret group of Russian social media network ‘Vkontakte’. It is said to involve 50 challenges that includes watching horror movies and inflicting self-harm which are monitored by a curator. They are expected to take photos of them undertaking the challenge and upload them as proofs for the curator's approval. The 50th challenge of the game is to commit suicide

There are claims that over 100 teenagers have killed themselves because of the challenge but there is no evidence to suggest that the number is real.

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Philipp Budeikin, a former psychology student who was expelled from his university, claimed that he invented the game. Budeikin stated that his purpose was to "clean" the society by pushing to suicide those he deemed as having no value. 

The list of tasks, to be completed in 50 days, includes waking up at 4:20 A.M., climbing a crane, carving a specific phrase on the person’s own hand or arm, doing secret tasks, poking a needle to the arm or leg, standing on a bridge and roof, listening to music, and watching videos sent to the challengers by the administrator.

One of the reason, kids performing the stupid 50th challenge is a possible blackmail or a death threats to their loved ones. Ten days ago, Rakshit Tandon, a cyber security expert, got a disturbing phone call from a 13-year-old boy, who confided in him about “death threats directed towards his parents by strangers in a chat room” after the boy initially showed interest in the ‘Blue Whale challenge’.



On Reddit, where the challenges were shared, Redditor diugo88 came up with a set of “anti-challenges” designed to boost your self-esteem. These are the challenges that should be spread around:

·         Write on a white paper ‘I’m strong, I can do everything I want!’ for 50 times.
·         Take a walk listening some electroswing (parov stelar for instance)
·         Wake up at 10 am, open the window and listen the outside sounds thinking, ‘I’m happy to live’ many times.
·         Go see a sunset while listening some jazz (bossanova, coltrane for instance). Experience its beauty.
·         Try to cook some food you like, eat it with some friends\parents\others you like.
·         Wake up at 5.30 am, have a good breakfast and then go out watch your city waking up. No music here.
·         Try to talk with at least 5 different unknown people about something for at least 5 minutes each.
·         Try to talk with someone who does not like you and try to make him a friend.
·         Take a walk in the afternoon with some music.
·         Take a whole day to do what you like. Life is beautiful; don’t throw it away.
·         Spam these rules to other people.
·         Force yourself to talk with another gamer (or friend or person) about your problems.
·         Try to help another gamer with his/her problems. You can make the difference, you are special.
·         Take a walk with someone, talk about your hopes and desires, and ask about his/her hopes and dreams.
·         Repeat all the above points again. 
·         You are ready for the last test. Think about your progress, write your feelings about all the steps previously addressed, and give it to a person who you think would appreciate it.
·         Live your life happily. You really do not need a curator to control you. You are free, you are special, remember it whenever you are sad and you feel no way out. I love you.

Be sensible; don’t let a stupid game destroy your life

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Did you know MS Office font Calibri is now a reason for a Country's PM to resign?

The infamous leak of 2015 called Panama Papers, which had 11.5 million financial documents from law firm and corporate service provider company Mossack Fonseca, revealed its high profile politicians across the globe. It included reports that 12 national leaders are buying overseas assets for illegal purposes, including fraud, tax evasion, and evading international sanctions.

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was one of the accused in the leak.

When you realized what brought your downfall
Panama leak connected Nawaz Sharif with two objectionable properties in London. When the case went to Pakistani supreme court, Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz submitted two documents in the court that were dated back to 2006 and they were supposed to prove that Sharif’s family has nothing to do with the properties in London.

The FontGate scandle:

The documents submitted to the team dated to 2006, but were written in Microsoft office’s Calibri, a font that was not commercially available before January 31, 2007. Microsoft word used Times New Roman font as the default font before 2007. It was after MS office 2007 came out that Calibri was made the default font for Microsoft Word.
The Font mess up
This proved that the documents submitted by Sharif’s family were fake and forged. There were also other evidences against Sharif, but the font blunder significantly weakened his case in Pakistan Supreme Court.

As a result, Nawaz Sharif’s family lost the case and On 28 July 2017, Sharif was disqualified for public office by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Sharif submitted his resignation on the following day.

Its true I guess, Simple things can make a difference. A simple Microsoft word font changed a government!



Saturday, August 5, 2017

If you look for it you will find it

Often times one gives up on his dreams once he has failed attempting it, a blogger loses interest in his blogs when he sees no views off his post, a wannabe actor will give up his dreams when he realizes that there are thousands like him struggling for the same thing, a entrepreneur would give up on his business idea after it has been rejected by some investors etc. The thing one needs to have is clear sight of his goals and not worry about the benefits of end result. 

If you look for it you will find it
Art in the pottery
Smile for the life
Use from the waste
The threads for the cloth

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Friday, July 28, 2017

Sprinkling to life


Even from the Waste, a Life can be a born



And with the every sprinklings of life, world can become a beautiful place

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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Mumbai - City of dreams



The city of dreams

Around a decade back, when Taxi no. 9211 came out, there was this one song that won hearts of every Mumbaikar. Bappi lahiri's voice to the song 'Bumbai Nagariya' was truly awesome, while the lyrics complemented the city's emotion

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Monday, July 17, 2017

3 Movies that outshined Books

There are numerous examples of movies that couldn’t live up to the books and failed miserably, so let’s credit the movies that managed to capture the audience better than the books


There have been so many books adapted and brought to life by movies. Right from the birth of motion pictures there have been adaptations after adaptations, from Shakespeare’s Romeo Juliet to modern day George R. R. Martin’s Game of thrones or the upcoming Augusta Christie’s Murder on the orient express. I have read many novels which have been later made into films some of them have been good some not. But very rarely comes there a movie that surpasses expectations of the book.

Jaws

Even if fake the sharks still manage to give audience some chilling moment
Adapted from Peter Benchley’s 1974 novel of the same name, Jaws (The novel) tells the story of a great white shark that preys upon a people of a small town and the voyage of three men trying to kill it. The novel was massive public hit but was criticized for its poor characterisation of protagonists. The movie too concentrated more on Great white Sharks menace but had a more deep impact on the audience. Spielberg brought magic in the movie with his artificial Sharks and chilling music, such that people got actually scared of visiting beaches afterwards, something words in the novel cannot have done. As a result, it was no wonder Spielberg’s Jaws delivered better than the books with its heightened action and tense music.
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The Jurassic Park

During the first visuals of dinosaur it wasn't just Dr. Alan Grant that gasped at what they saw
Another Spielberg classic that came out better than the books was The Jurassic Park. Michael Crichton’s novel with the same name talks more about dinosaur, genetic engineering and mathematical concept of chaos theory. The movie however while showcasing dinosaurs also had amped up the action, characters, and all around plotlines with some amazing special effects. Although the book was a massive hit, the movie made it even bigger hit thanks to its awesome visual effects that made the extinct species almost real. Without the movie, there wouldn’t have been so much of excitement for Jurassic world that brought the franchise back to life 14 years after its last film.

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3 Idiots


Even in India there have been some movies that take inspirations from books like Saif Ali Khan starrer 'Phantom' inspired from Hussian Zaidi’s 'Mumbai Avengers', Sonakshi Sinha’s 'Noor' adapted from 'Karachi you are killing me' and numerous Chetan Bhagat novels. Very few of these films actually manage to find success; one such movie that comes to my mind is '3 Idiots'. Although based on Chetan Bhagat’s Five point someone, the film had lots to offer of its own from social message to inspiring generations. 3 Idiots's Rancho was more inspirational than the book's Ryan. The best part of the film was its connection to this generation and their struggles, one of which is the now classic moment of Farhan confronting his father about his future choice. Both five point someone and 3 Idiots were a huge hit among its audience, but while Bhagat’s novel was termed as the Masala-film version of books, the movie was more on the side of coming of age inspirational film.
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While the magic of words, details of life and sometimes the depths of a story gives more enjoyment in the novels, which cannot be replaced by films, there are certain books that deserve a film adaptation so that everyone can at least visualise the story and enjoy it more.



Thursday, July 13, 2017

Candy Cups Saga


Doesn't this arrangements of cup reminds us of the Famous mobile game Candy Crush Saga

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Monday, July 10, 2017

Light up the cage


Light up the world even if it is a cage

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Friday, July 7, 2017

India to face USA in the FIFA U-17 World Cup opener

Host India are grouped alongside USA, Colombia and Ghana and will play all their games at New Delhi as per the official draw conducted in Mumbai on Friday evening

It will be India’s first FIFA event both as a organiser and Participant across all age groups. Numbered as A1, India are slated to play all their home matches at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi against USA (A2) Colombia (A3) and Ghana (A4) that make up Group A.

The Luis Norton de Matos coached side will open their campaign against USA on the opening day of the tournament on 6th October, this will then be followed by a game against Colombia and Ghana on 9th and 12th October respectively.

Earlier stated to play all their games at D.Y. Patil stadium, Navi Mumbai, FIFA then changed it to National capital New Delhi on the behest of Indian government, which hasn’t gone down well with most football fans of India. D.Y. Patil now host group B teams i.e. Mali, New Zealand, Paraguay and Turkey.

One of the favourites for the tournament, Brazil, have been drawn in Group D alongside Spain, North Korea and Niger while Germany are placed in group C alongside Costa Rica, Iran and Guinea. England are placed in Group F against Iraq, Mexico and Chile while in Group E it is France, Japan Honduras and New Caledonia.


The 24 participating teams have been divided into six groups of four. The top two teams from each group and the next four best 3rd placed team’s progress to the round of 16 knock-out games.

Group A: India, USA, Colombia and Ghana Venue: New Delhi

Group B: Paraguay, Mali, New Zealand and Turkey Venue: Navi Mumbai

Group C: Iran, Guinea, Germany and Costa Rica Venue:  Goa

Group D: North Korea, Niger, Brazil and Spain Venue: Kochi

Group E: Honduras, Japan, New Caledonia and France Venue: Guwahati

Group F: Iraq, Mexico, Chile and England Venue: Kolkata

Official Draw

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Half Knowledge is dangerous

When you don’t know about something you better not speak about it. ‘Half Knowledge’ is dangerous or as in this case ‘no Knowledge’ is dangerous

We are living in a generation of high Insecurities, people with little or no knowledge of something are just making it worse. Be it in religious fanaticism or technological fear, there are always increase in number of people giving their expert advices.

In the following video, Former IRS and Income Tax officer Vishwa Bandhu confidently explains how data's can be extracted from the Air, yes actual surrounding Air, SIM card memory transfers to Batteries of Mobile and effect of Bad weather like rain and storm on cloud computing.



Border lining on being one of those spoof or funny interviews as you hear it, in this actual interview, the lack of knowledge of this former officer is appalling, but what is more shocking is his confident explanation of a technology that he has no idea about. Even in engineering viva’s, Student are never been this full of shit and they have a record of giving answer which makes no sense.

While us being educated guys will understand and looked through his interview, imagine the shock, an uneducated person would have when he hears it, knowing that his Aadhar or bank systems are computer based now a days.


‘Half Knowledge’ is dangerous or as in this case ‘no Knowledge’ is dangerous. Rather than blabbering about something that you don't understand it is better to listen about it, Yes Listening Something that is the need of the hour for this current society.

Monday, July 3, 2017

City in Panorama


A Panorama effect for the city

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Chocolate


Rather than love, fall for a chocolate




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Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Bird's stare

The red eyes of this yellow bird makes for a pretty striking picture. Whose up for a staring contest with this bird??
I wont be caged

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

What we need is World Peas


What the world actually need is Peas
You get the Point

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

FOOTBALL: India Brush past Nepal Challenge 2-0

Second half goals from Jhingan and Jeje ensured an easy 2-0 win for host against neighbour Nepal in an International friendly at Mumbai
After an unconvincing first half in which the best chance came for the visitors in the dying moments of half, India stepped up the gear as they routed Nepal 2-0 in an dominant second half display. Goals from Sandesh Jhingan at the hour mark started the proceeding as Jeje soon followed up with his own to double the score, as a lot of other chances were wasted.
India started in a familiar 4-1-3-2 formation sans Sunil Chhetri and Udanta Singh, who were spotted in the stands recuperating from their injuries. Gurpreet Singh Sandhu led the team while Mohammed Rafique was chosen ahead of Eugeneson Lyngdoh in midfield. Holicharan Narzary and Jackichand started on wings as Robin Singh and Jeje Lalpekhlua led the attack. At the other end, Nepal had Biraj Maharajn to led the side as Rohit chand manned the midfield while young star Bimal Gharti Magar started alongside inform Nawayug Shrestha in the attack.
In a cagey first half, three players went down injured early in the game due to collisions, while Md. Rafique and Rohit chand came back on field; Rowlin Borges had to be substituted at the half hour mark with Lyngdoh. Jackichand Singh and Narzary looked to sent in crosses, one such cross in the 24th minute was met by a leaping Robin Singh but the striker missed the target by inches. Eugeneson Lyngdoh soon created a good move with some slick passing with Jeje but failed to finish off as Nepal’s Anant Tamang put in a timely block.
Few minutes later Robin Singh once again failed to connect properly from a promising position as another chance went to waste. By the end, Nepal had the best chance of the half to open the scoring. A quick counter attack saw Nawang Shrestha running with the ball shrugging off his mark Anas but as Gurpreet came off his line to block the shot, Shrestha fluffed up the chance has the ball went wide. Both sides entered the tunnel without opening the score.
Looking to turn things around Constantine brought on Jairu and Daniel Lalhlimpuia in place of Jackichand and a wasteful Robin Singh. Soon Jairu looked threatening with his pace on the right as his first low shot was denied by Kiran Kumar diving to his right. Finally at the hour mark India broke the deadlock as  Jeje brilliantly chested the ball for defender Sandesh Jhingan, who slammed the ball past the diving keeper into the net, to open the scoring.

Few minutes later in a quick counter attacking move Gurpreet’s long goal kick found Jairu running with ball in to the box but Nepal skipper Bimal Maharjan brought down the winger just outside the box. Maharajan was given his marching orders as the visitors were down to ten men. The resulting freekick turned out to be poor as India failed to capitalise on the chance. In the 78th minute, Mohammed Rafique burst out from the right flank and his low cross into the box was slotted past the Nepal Keeper by an onrushing Jeje with a clinical first touch to double the lead. Second half substitute Daniel Lalhlimpuia too missed few chances like Robin Singh as the youngster came close to scoring his first goal.

India gained a much needed momentum as they won their sixth consecutive international game before the big game next Tuesday for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifier against the Kyrgyz Republic in Bengaluru.

Final Score: India 2 (Jhingan 60’, Jeje 78’) – 0 Nepal

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Life as a Rolling dice


Life is like a rolling dice, you keep trying until you get that required number. Sometimes you get it in one go, sometimes it takes a hell lot of tries. In the end you just have to keep rolling till you reach the finish line

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