Fans Burn, Smash Freebies Over Dropped Scenes From Vijay’s Sarkar


Vijay fans lashed out at the ruling AIADMK for their objection.

Chennai: 

Video clips of Tamil actor Vijay’s fans recreating a snipped scene from his controversial movie ‘Sarkar’, throwing away freebies, including table fans, of the AIADMK government and setting them ablaze, went viral on the social media on Saturday.

Some young men, claiming to be Vijay’s supporters, uploaded on social media videos of them dumping the fan, mixie and grinder in open spaces and pits and setting them ablaze.

By doing so, they recreated a scene from ‘Sarkar’ which was voluntarily cut by the movie-makers following objection from the AIADMK.

The ‘fans’ also spoke in support of their idol’s movie and lashed out at the ruling AIADMK for their objection.

Vijay’s Deepavali flick ‘Sarkar’ kicked up a row with the ruling AIADMK objecting to scenes that showed freebies being thrown into the fire.

Also, the ruling party had objected to a woman character’s name, which, it said, was a purported reference to late chief minister J Jayalalithaa.

The issue heated up after supporters of the ruling party allegedly tore up banners of ‘Sarkar’ and began targeting movie halls that screened the movie.

Eventually, the movie-makers offered a truce and went in for voluntary cuts of the freebies-trashing scene and muted an objectionable name.

The AIADMK has, however, denied allegation that their party workers tore ‘Sarkar’ banners.

Supporters of Dravidian ideology actively opposed ‘demonetisation’ of freebies in the social media since these were intended to help the marginalised people.

Notably, the main opposition party DMK, which has been targeting the AIADMK government on all issues, refrained from commenting on the row that involved the movie-makers, Vijay’s fans and the ruling party.

On Thursday, the AIADMK was up in arms against ‘Sarkar’ with senior state ministers demanding deletion of the contentious scenes, besides threatening to initiate legal action if the film crew failed to comply.

Law Minister C Ve Shanmugham had said certain scenes amounted to inciting violence and warned of ‘action’.

The AIADMK took strong exception to scenes showing mixer-grinders and fans being burnt,seen as an obvious affront to its flagship scheme of providing these goods free of cost to the people, fulfilling an electoral promise made by Jayalalithaa in 2011.

‘Sarkar’ had earlier courted a row after an aspiring filmmaker claimed that the film’s story was his, following which director Murugadoss went in for a compromise with him.

Produced by Sun Pictures, the film stars Vijay and Keerthi Suresh in key roles with Oscar winner AR Rahman scoring the music.

Vijay’s 2017 film ‘Mersal’ too had courted controversy after BJP objected to some scenes critical of GST, among others.





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Watch: Shilpa Shetty Binges On Bhajiyas And Tells Us How To Burn Those Calories!


Highlights

  • Shilpa Shetty encourages her fans to eat clean
  • Shilpa’s binge videos are viewed by millions
  • Shilpa Shetty is a pro-Yogi and has always professed it for fitness

Bollywood actor-turned fitness expert- turned chef Shilpa Shetty is an icon for millions of Indians across the globe. The slim beauty is known for her Sunday binge videos, where she indulges in the most sinful of delights, showing us that you don’t need to hold back on your love for food to stay fit. The diva has over 7 million followers on Instagram and constantly shares food and fitness inspiration, as well as videos recipes of healthy food. The mother of one regularly posts her Sunday binge videos every Monday and each time she leaves us drooling and wondering just how she manages to keep all that weight off. Shilpa Shetty has always encouraged her followers to eat clean during the weekdays and indulge their taste buds during one cheat meal in a week. In her latest Sunday binge video, Shilpa Shetty is seen indulging in several different kinds of droolworthy fried foods.

Shilpa Shetty Kundra posted a video of herself eating three different types of bhajiyas- palak patta, onion and potato. We dare you to watch the Sunday binge video without salivating, and we bet you won’t be able to do that.

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Does anybody else feel an intense and all-consuming craving for crispy and fried foods, all of a sudden? Because we sure did! Shilpa Shetty said in the caption that she stays off fried foods normally, which is why she can afford to indulge in it, without any guilt. She also revealed how she was planning to burn all the calories that she is eating in the video and we can tell that it’s not going to be easy. “10 #suryanamaskars , 3 sets of #squats , 1minute #plank and 20 minute cycling”, wrote Shilpa, explaining her exercise routine for burning off all the ‘bhajiya’ weight. That sounds intense! But we’re guessing it’s going to be a breeze for the super fit Shilpa Shetty, who is a pro-Yogi. Did you know that if done properly, you can burn as many as 14 calories through just one suryanamaskar? Well, we guess we’ll just stick to eating the bhajiyas only!





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3 Juices You Must Drink To Lose Weight And Burn Belly Fat


If you are looking to lose weight, you must know that apart from eating a healthy diet and engaging in exercises, it is important to consume some natural stimulators that may help speed up weight loss. Fresh homemade juices are said to boost weight loss and adding them to your daily diet will only help keep your body healthy. Drinking freshly made juices is also a great way to load up on fibre, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants, all of which are responsible for revving up your metabolism. So, if you are on a diet and planning to eat and drink all things healthy, we have enlisted some amazing juices that you should definitely drink up while on weight loss journey. Here are some weight loss drinks that you should definitely try. 

Please note: these fat burning juices may not taste the best, but you could rev them up with some healthy ingredients like black pepper, lemon juice, ginger, honey, black salt, et al. and make them delicious.

1. Karela juice

We warned you! Karela juice or bitter gourd juice may not taste the best to most, but it is one of the best fat burning juices that could help you shed kilos. Drinking karela juice regularly encourages the liver to secrete bile acids that are required for metabolising the fat. In fact, karela is low in calories, which makes it great for losing weight.

2. Cucumber juice

This water-rich vegetable is low in calories and can make an amazing snack for people looking to lose weight. The excessive water and fibre content in it keeps you fuller for longer, thereby, preventing overeating and unnecessary cravings.

3. Amla juice

Amla helps stimulate your metabolism and boost your digestive health. A healthy metabolism is the key to losing weight quickly. Add a drop of honey as a form of natural sugar that will keep you energetic through the day.

Make sure you include them in your weight loss diet. But do not forget to eat a balanced diet and engage in exercises to lose weight, the healthy way.

 





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Xiaomi Poco F1 Seen to Pass Scratch Test, But Fail Pass Burn, Bend Tests


Xiaomi Poco F1 Seen to Pass Scratch Test, But Fail Pass Burn, Bend Tests

Photo Credit: YouTube/ JerryRigEverything

The plastic build of the Xiaomi Poco F1 was failed to pass the bend test

Poco F1, the new smartphone from Xiaomi that already gained huge popularity in India, has now undergone some durability tests. These come in the form of scratch, burn, and bend tests to ultimately check how the new smartphone performs in terms of toughness. The latest development comes days after Xiaomi officially confirmed the splash resistance of the Poco F1. The Chinese company also highlighted that the smartphone has Quick Charge 4.0 support, though it was initially announced with Quick Charge 3.0.

None other than YouTuber JerryRigEverything has released a video showing the durability of the Poco F1. Once unboxed, the YouTuber begins the Poco F1 durability test by start scratching the display panel that comes with a 2.5D curved Gorilla Glass 3 on top. The display is found to withstand scratches of up to 6 on Mohs’ scale of hardness. However, some deeper grooves were found at a level of 7. “It’s covered in Gorilla Glass, and you won’t have to worry about keys or coins or razor blades scratching the large 6.2-inch display,” the narrator describes in the video.

After scratch testing the display panel, the YouTuber took the sides of the Poco F1 to check the paint job. The shiny paint wasn’t able to resist the attacks of the sharp razor.

 

The fingerprint sensor that sits at the back of the Poco F1 is found to be “invincible” that resists scratches even from a sharp blade. Similar is the case of the protector covering dual rear camera setup that helps bear scratches. However, the back panel of the smartphone is highly prone to scratches. The plastic back, nevertheless, doesn’t shatter in case of any sudden drops, unlike models such as OnePlus 6 that carry a glass back.

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Further, the YouTuber took a burn test under which the screen of the Poco F1 wasn’t able to withstand an open flame even for few seconds. The phone also failed to pass the bend test. But notably, the body requires a huge force to change its shape.

 



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Tomato Juice For Weight Loss: How Does The Tangy Beverage Help Burn Belly Fat


Ever imagined what would our curries and stew be without tomatoes? Where would they get their distinct tang and texture? What would happen to our salads and raitas? A native to Mexico or Peru, tomatoes are one western import that has found its firm place in our hearts and kitchens. There are not many fruits and vegetables that enjoy such popularity in this country. Our nation witnesses a meltdown of sorts each time the prices of tomatoes surge. Besides adding flavour to our curries, tomatoes are packed with healthful nutrients and minerals too. They are rich in beta-carotene and lycopene that help boost eyesight. They are also loaded with vitamin C, which is known to boost immunity and skin health. Lycopene has been found to reduce risk of prostate, regulate cholesterol levels, protect eyes and skin, and boost immunity. Tomatoes are also abundantly loaded in potassium, which not only helps prevent water retention but also keep your blood pressure levels in check. Additionally, tomatoes also serve as great weight loss food, and one of the best ways to consume tomatoes for weight loss is by juicing it.

Weight Loss: Why Tomato Juice Helps Melt Belly Fat 

1. Low In Calories And Filling: Tomato juice is very low on calories. Did you know that 100 grams of tomatoes have just 17 calories? Tomatoes also have high water content. About 94 percent of tomato is just water. Therefore, tomato juice makes for a very filling beverage for those on a weight loss diet.
 

2. Fastens Metabolism: Tomatoes are loaded with antioxidant lycopene, which has been found to reduce risk of prostate, regulate cholesterol levels, protect eyes and skin, and boost immunity. Studies have also shown that lycopene can rev up metabolism naturally. Faster metabolism leads to speedy weight loss. 

3. Fibre-Rich: Tomatoes are rich in fibre. Fibre induces sense of satiety, which helps prevent regular binging spells. Fibre also promotes healthier digestion, which is essential for weight loss. Although, it must be understood that juicing tomatoes may cost you a good dose of fibre. If you are consuming tomatoes just for fibre, it is better to have them raw. 

(Also Read: Tomato Juice Benefits: From Improving Digestion To Boosting Eye Health And More!)

4. Fat Burning Amino Acids: According to experts, tomatoes encourage the production of the amino acid called Carnitine, which is reported to enhance the body’s fat burning ability to a great extent. 

How To Make Tomato Juice For Weight Loss: 

Do not go for packaged tomato juice that you find in markets. They are often loaded with hidden sugars. You can make tomato juice at home in under five minutes. Here’s how:

1. Wash 900 grams of tomatoes and chop them in quarters. Make sure you deseed them.
2. Fill a large, non-reactive pot with the chopped tomatoes.
3. With the help of wooden spatula, press the tomatoes against the base of the pot, press as much juice as you can. 
4. Make sure you have enough liquid pressed out of the tomatoes.
5. If the mixture seems too dry to boil, add a few cups of water, until you have enough liquid in the pot to boil.
6. Put the pot to boil, stir the contents from time to time.
7. Add a pinch of salt or seasonings, if you like.
8. Remove the pot from the stove. Let it cool.
9. Place a sieve or wire mesh strainer over a large glass bowl and collect the juice in a glass bowl.

Make sure you add tomato juice to your diet for healthy weight loss. Drink this juice daily to see the best results. 
 





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Woman Suffers Burn Injury, Family Claims Negligence By Ghaziabad Hospital


A woman sustained burn injuries on her breasts due to alleged negligence of doctors (Representational)

Ghaziabad: 

A woman sustained burn injuries on her breasts due to alleged negligence of doctors after she was admitted to a private hospital in Ghaziabad’s Indirapuram, police said on Thursday.

Around 13 days after the woman was discharged from the hospital, her husband lodged a complaint, they said.

The woman was admitted to the hospital for delivery on August 15 and she gave birth to a child on August 17, Ghaziabad Senior Superintendent of Police Vaibhav Krishna said.

After delivery, a hot water bottle was kept on her breasts to keep her warm, he said, adding as she was under anaesthesia she could not sense the burning sensation initially and she felt it only after two hours.

The woman had suffered burn injury due to the hot water bottle, he said.

Her family alleged that due to burn wounds she could not breast feed her child, the SSP said.

Probes into the matter have been initiated by police and chief medical officer, he said.





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Tenant’s 2-Year-Old Suffers Burn Injury In Altercation With Landlord, Dies


Two persons had been arrested in connection with the incident, says police. (Representational)

Kolkata: 

A two-year old girl, who had suffered extensive burn injuries after being allegedly pushed into a pot of boiling rice four days ago during an altercation died today at the SSKM Hospital in Kolkata.

A spokesman of the hospital said the girl had suffered over 75 per cent burns and was in a critical condition.

The girl was allegedly pushed into the pot of boiling rice pot during an altercation between the families of a landlord and their tenant on August 14, an officer of Ultadanga police station had said.

The child belonged to the family of the tenant, the officer had said.

Two persons had been arrested in connection with the incident after the child’s family lodged a police complaint.





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Breakfast Before Workout May Burn More Carbs and Boost Metabolism: Says Study


In a recent study published in the American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism, it was found that eating breakfastbefore exercise and workout could possibly burn more carbohydrates during exercise and may also boost the body’s metabolism post-workout. The study was conducted on 12 men by a group of researchers. The participants completed three trials; eating breakfast two hours before exercise, eating breakfast followed by three hours of rest, and overnight-fasted exercise. The blood glucose levels and muscle glycogen levels test of participants was later conducted. 

As per the findings of the study, eating breakfast increased the rate at which the male volunteers’ bodies were burning carbs during exercise. Other than this, it also accelerated the rate at which the body metabolised food eaten post-workout. According to the researchers, apart from the breakfast consumed before exercise, the carbohydrate stored in their muscles as glycogen also contributed in increased carbohydrate burning during workout.

As per the researchers, the findings of the study suggest that eating breakfast prior to workout could be essential for our body and the nutrition from the meals consumed after workout could be better stored. However, in order to stay fit, it is imperative to have a proper workout regime along with a balanced diet.





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