Malaika Arora’s ‘Regular Monday’ Looks Like This. Arjun Kapoor Facepalms

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Malaika Arora, who is a fitness enthusiast and a Yoga expert, shared a ‘Monday motivation’ photo of hers from her work-out studio and made us look so bad. In the photo, Malaika can be seen doing a headstand press-up of sorts and it’s just a glimpse of how much of a fitness freak the actress-model is. With her post, Malaika urged her fans and followers to drop by The Diva Yoga, which a collaboration between her and Yoga enthusiast Sarvesh Shashi, as she wrote: “Kickstart your week with a high and beat those Monday blues.” One of the first celebs to leave a comment on Malaika’s post was rumoured boyfriend Arjun Kapoor, who claimed the sirasana posture is no biggie for Malaika and that’s just what her Monday mornings look like: “Regular Monday morning,” he commented.

In response, Malaika wrote: “Malaika’s Monday motivation.”



While Arjun not entirely surprised to see Malaika’s photo, Twinkle Khanna and Dia Mirza commented to say that she’s really set the bar high on the fitness meter. “I hate you for being able to do all this cool stuff,” wrote Twinkle while Malaika sent her an invitation in response: “Don’t hate me, come join me.” Meanwhile, “Teach us no, Malla!” pleaded Dia Mirza.


Screenshot of Malaika Arora’s Instagram (courtesy Instagram)

Malaika and Arjun, who have been reportedly dating for a while now, often make headlines for stepping out together in and about Mumbai. The rumoured couple were spotted on a dinner date at a Mumbai eatery last week, ahead of which Arjun and Malaika also partied with Karan Johar, Maheep Kapoor and others.


Malaika, Arjun spotted in Mumbai

Malaika and Arjun sparked rumours about a possible romance after the actress-model’s separation from Arbaaz Khan in 2016. Arjun and Malaika have carefully avoided being photographed together since then but in August this year, they were spotted cheering for their favourite designer from the front row at the Lakme Fashion Week. Malaika and Arjun also reportedly walked into the sets of India’s Got Talent hand-in-hand. While Malaika recently busted a wedding rumour, Arjun appeared to suggest he’s seeing someone indeed on Koffee With Karan.

Malaika Arora and Arjun Kapoor have reportedly purchased a house together near Mumbai’s Lokhandwala Complex. Whether they plan to shift in together some time soon is not known but they are reportedly busy setting the new place up.

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ugc warns 21 du colleges on oppointment of regular principles – UGC ने दिल्ली यूनिवर्सिटी के 21 कॉलेजों को भेजा नोटिस, कहा

नई दिल्ली: University Grants commission (UGC) ने दिल्ली यूनिवर्सिटी के 21 कॉलेजों को नोटिस भेजा है. यूजीसी ने चेतावनी दी है कि अगर कॉलेजों ने रेगुलर प्रिंसपल की नियुक्ति नहीं की तो उनको दिए जाने वाले ग्रांट पर रोक लगा दी जाएगी. इन कॉलेजों में हिंदू कॉलेज, कमला नेहरू कॉलेज और गार्गी कॉलेज शामिल हैं. यूजीसी के सचिव रजनीश जैन ने कहा, ”हमने सभी कॉलेजों को जल्द से जल्द प्रिंसिपल की नियुक्ति के लिए एक नोटिस जारी किया है. हमने उनसे 31 अगस्त तक इंटरव्यू की डेट देने को कहा है. अगर कॉलेजों ने इंटरव्यू आयोजित नहीं किया तो हम इस पर बड़ी कदम उठाएंगे.”

उन्होंने कहा, ”प्रिंसपल की नियुक्ति के मामले पर कई कॉलेजों से हमारी बात हुई. एक कॉलेज का कहना है कि उन्होंने प्रिंसिपल की नियुक्ति कर ली है. एक अन्य कॉलेज का कहा है कि वह इंटरव्यू की डेट जारी कर रहा है.

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Madhya Pradesh Government Orders Regular Inspection Of Women’s Hostels

Similar rules will also be framed for private hostels to ensure safety of inmates.(File)


The Madhya Pradesh government today ordered monthly inspection of women’s hostels in the state, after an inmate of a facility for differently-abled women was allegedly raped by its director.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has issued directions to officials in this regard to prevent recurrence of such incidents at women’s hostels and orphanages.

The director of a hostel for speech and hearing impaired women in the Awadhpuri area in Bhopal was arrested on Wednesday night for allegedly raping a 20-year-old deaf and mute tribal inmate.

“I have taken a meeting of the officials concerned and directed them to conduct monthly inspections of such (state) aided and unaided facilities where girls are residing,” Mr Chouhan told reporters at his residence.

“The inspection will be carried out by the collector and superintendent of police in each district on a monthly basis,” he said.

Mr Chouhan said similar rules will also be framed for private hostels to ensure safety of inmates.

“Rules will be framed for private hostels, too, to ensure girls remain safe there. Such incidents are very painful and already the accused person has been arrested,” Mr Chouhan said.

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CM Kejriwals Protest in LG House: Delhi HC says Deadlock ends, now Regular bench will hear the matter – LG हाउस में सीएम केजरीवाल का धरना मामला: दिल्ली HC ने कहा

नई दिल्ली: दिल्ली के एलजी हाउस में मुख्यमंत्री अरविंद केजरीवाल और उनके सहयोगियों द्वारा धरना मामले में एक याचिका पर सुनवाई के दौरान दिल्ली हाईकोर्ट ने कहा कि अब दोनों पक्षों के बीच डेड लॉक टूट चुका है, इसलिए मामले की सुनवाई रेगुलर बेंच में होगी. अब कोर्ट ने तीन अगस्त की तारीख मुकर्रर की है. कोर्ट ने कहा कि हड़ताल की संवैधानिकता को लेकर उठे कानूनी सवालों पर सुनवाई होगी.

9 दिन के धरने से बिगड़ी सीएम केजरीवाल की तबीयत, सभी मीटिंग रद्द

मुख्यमंत्री अरविंद केजरीवाल और उनके सहयोगियों द्वारा राजनिवास में हड़ताल करने के मामले में दिल्ली हाईकोर्ट में सुनवाई हुई. हालांकि अब ये हड़ताल खत्म हो चुकी है. सोमवार को दिल्ली हाईकोर्ट ने मुख्यमंत्री की हड़ताल पर सवाल उठाया था और कहा कि हम समझ नहीं पा रहे हैं कि ये क्या है धरना या हड़ताल. इस धरने या हड़ताल के लिए किसने अनुमति दी या उन्होंने खुद ही ये फैसला लिया?

हाई कोर्ट ने फटकार लगाते हुए कहा कि धरने या हड़ताल का फैसला उनका व्यक्तिगत था या कैबिनेट का सामूहिक निर्णय. वहां बैठना क्या मान्य है? वो किसके ऑफिस में बैठे हैं? क्या वो हड़ताल के लिए बाहर बैठे हैं?  ट्रेड यूनियन अपनी मांग को लेकर बाहर हड़ताल करती हैं, क्या ये वैसे हड़ताल है? क्या एलजी हाउस में बैठने के लिए एलजी की अनुमति है?

दिल्ली के मुख्यमंत्री अरविंद केजरीवाल ने खत्म किया LG हाउस में 9 दिन से जारी धरना, जानिये बाहर आने के बाद क्या कहा…

हाईकोर्ट ने कहा था कि किसी के घर या आफिस में धरने पर नहीं बैठा जा सकता. हाईकोर्ट ने IAS एसोसिएशन को भी पार्टी बनाया. बीजेपी के विजेंद्र गुप्ता, प्रवेश वर्मा, सिरसा, कपिल मिश्रा  ने भी याचिका दाखिल की है. हाईकोर्ट ने इस याचिका को टैग किया है. 

एक जनहित याचिका में कहा गया है कि मुख्यमंत्री या मंत्री किसी भी तरह हडताल नहीं कर सकते क्योंकि वो संवैधानिक पद पर होते हैं. कानून निर्माता हड़ताल नहीं कर सकते. इसलिए इस हड़ताल को असंवैधानिक और गैरकानूनी करार दिया जाए. याचिका में कहा गया है कि कोर्ट मुख्यमंत्री को अपनी जिम्मेदारी निभाने का आदेश दे क्योंकि उनकी हडताल की वजह से दिल्ली का सारा कामकाज ठप हो गया है.

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दिल्ली हाईकोर्ट ने उस जनहित याचिका पर भी सुनवाई की, जिसमें मांग की गई है कि कोर्ट दिल्ली के उपराज्यपाल को निर्देश दे कि वो दिल्ली सरकार के IAS अफसरों को हडताल खत्म करने के आदेश दे. याचिका में कहा गया है कि सरकारी अफसर इस तरह हडताल नहीं कर सकते. ये पूरे समाज को जबरन फिरौती को लिए हथियार नहीं बनाया जा सकता. 

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Up The Flavour Quotient Of These Regular Dishes With Schezwan Sauce


  • Schezwan sauce can elevate flavours of many dishes
  • Loaded with garlic, schezwan sauce is filled with flavours
  • It has got just the right amount of spice and tanginess in it

There are times when we end up preparing something in the kitchen that turns out to be bland or uninteresting. We often try to make up for it by adding a variety of masalas in the same, however, nothing really works. If you’ve also fallen prey to the same thing, fret not, we’ve got you covered. In order to make your already cooked dish more interesting and flavoursome, there is one secret ingredient that can come to great help – schezwan sauce. Yes, you read that right! Loaded with garlic, schezwan sauce is filled with flavours and has got just the right amount of spice and tanginess in it. You can use schezwan sauce to up the flavours of almost any dish you feel like. 

Here’s a list of 5 quirky ways in which you can use schezwan sauce:

In Idli

If you have leftover idlis and don’t know what to do with them, then bring schezwan sauce to your rescue. Just cut the idlis in bite-sized pieces and saute them in a pan. Add 1-2 tablespoons of schezwan sauce in the pan and give the mixture a nice stir. You can savour schezwan idli as a tea-time snack. Try it.

In ParathasIf your parathas are ready but you do not have any sabzi to pair them with, then schezwan sauce will come to great help. Just spread a tablespoon of the sauce on the paratha and spread it evenly. Roll it and enjoy the flavours of the same.

In Rice

To up the flavour quotient of the leftover rice from last night’s dinner, all you need is schezwan sauce. Just transfer the cooked rice in a pan and saute it for 1-2 minutes. Add 1-2 tablespoons of schezwan sauce in it and mix it thoroughly. Add salt, pepper and chaat masala in it and your schezwan rice is ready to be served and savoured.

In Sandwiches

Sandwiches are the only go-to snack options when one is pressed for time. If you have the mixture ready, all you have to do is to stuff it inside two bread slices and toast them. Be it potato, paneer, or chicken, schezwan sauce goes well with everything. Just add little portion of the same in the any stuffing or mixture and make sandwiches out of the same.

In Noodles

If you happen to be a garlic lover and love everything garlicky, then you just cannot miss out on schezwan sauce while making noodles. Noodles taste the best when there is a touch of garlic in it and schezwan sauce stands perfect for it.

Now, that we have shared with you some interesting ways to use this delicious sauce, experiment with your culinary skills and make the boring dishes more flavourful and appetising.

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Men Benefit Greater From Regular Exercise; Eat These Foods To Boost Stamina

According to a recent study presented at the British Cardiovascular Society Conference in Manchester, regular physical activity may be more beneficial for men than post-menopausal women. The effects of regular exercise training on the blood vessels of 12 men and post-menopausal women were analysed by the researchers of the study. Before and after one hour of brisk walk, blood pressure and arterial stiffness of men and women were assessed. As per the findings of the study, the arterial stiffness remained comparatively higher in women compared with age-matched men. In the conducted research, the blood vessels of men and women appeared to adapt differently to regular exercise. The post-menopausal women demonstrated less exercise-associated benefits than men. In order to feel at ease while exercising, it is important to have a considerably good stamina. Certain foods can help you in boosting stamina. Here is a list of such foods:


Rich in vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids, almonds are an excellent source of energy. Including these tiny wonders in your daily diet can provide you with a good dose of essential nutrients.


Apples are loaded with antioxidants and soluble fibres. The soluble fibres in particular help keep you full and energetic for a longer period of time. Savour them as part of your breakfast and give a healthy kick-start to your day.


Rich in fibre, potassium and carbohydrate, bananas provide instant energy and is considered as a great pre-workout snack. It triggers the release of dopamine, a chemical that causes a “feel-good” response in the bloodstream.


Egg is one nutrient-dense food item that is loaded with health benefiting properties. Its protein-rich content is known to increase stamina and can provide with sufficient energy levels for the day.

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UGC (Online Courses) Regulations, 2018 Approved, Institutions Can Now Offer Online Programmes In Line With Regular Programs

New Delhi:  In a reform in the field of Higher Education, University Grants Commission (UGC) has approved UGC (Online Courses) Regulations, 2018 in its meeting held on May 24, 2018. Higher Educational Institutions can now offer Certificate, Diploma and Degree Programmes in full-fledged online mode in only those disciplines in which it has already been offering the same or similar Programmes /Courses at graduation level in regular mode (of classroom teaching) or in Open and Distance Learning mode and from which at least one batch has been graduated and approved by the statutory councils, as applicable, said a statement from Human Resource Development Ministry.

UGC, in a recent notification, clarified that the Degrees or Diplomas or Certificates awarded for programmes conducted by the ODL institutions, recognised by the commission, should be treated as corresponding degrees of regular institutions.

According to the UGC (Online Courses) Regulations, 2018, online Programmes requiring Practical/ Laboratory Courses as a curricular requirement shall not be permitted.  

“The Examinations shall be conducted in proctored mode and in conformity with any norms for such examinations stipulated by the commission,” said the statement from HRD. 

The regulation also suggests that the online learning shall have minimum four quadrants: video lectures, e- content, self-assessment and discussion forum to clarify doubts.

The Higher Educational Institutions will be eligible to offer Online Programmes if they have been in existence for at least five years and are accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with a valid minimum score of 3.26 on a 4-point scale; and should be in the top-100 in overall category in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) for at least two years in the previous three years. 

However, NAAC and NIRF conditions shall not be applicable to existing government Open Universities till NAAC or similar accreditation system or NIRF are made available.

Aadhaar and Passport shall be used to authenticate the Indian and foreign students respectively for all online interactions including teaching-learning and examinations.

The learners’ engagement will be monitored via participation in asynchronous / synchronous discussions, assignment activity and Programme involvement. The analytics of Learning Management System shall be used for ensuring the learner’s participation at least for 2 hours every fortnight.

“Overall Regulations provide enabling provisions for maintaining sanctity of admissions, teaching-learning, examination, authenticity of the learner and mandatory disclosure of Programme-wise information such as duration, start & end dates, fee, number of students, name of students with identifier, results, on HEI website/public domain,” said the statement.

These regulations will be made applicable from the academic session 2018-19. 

The government claimed that the initiative is a big step towards attaining the targeted GER of 30% by the year 2020.

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ISIS-Inspired Indonesia Bomber Family Led Regular Life Before Carrying Out Church Blasts

Burnt-out motorcycles following a bomb blast outside the Surabaya Centre Pentecostal Church (AFP)

Surabaya, Indonesia:  The mother of an Indonesian family of six who launched suicide bomb attacks on three churches chatted to neighbours about schooling and swapped recipes, leading what appeared to be a regular middle-class life and eluding counter-terrorism forces.

The family killed at least 18 people, including themselves, by bombing the churches in Indonesia’s second-biggest city of Surabaya on Sunday in the worst terrorist attacks in the world’s biggest Muslim-majority country in more than a decade.

Home was a quiet, relatively affluent neighbourhood of Surabaya. Most houses in the area have hatchbacks and family cars parked outside and in front a small yard more often than not strewn with toys and children’s bicycles.

“My wife talked to the mother all the time about the children’s education, about recipes. They often met at the local market,” said Wery Trikusuma, who lives next door.  

“They were quite open and interactive. They contributed money to neighbourhood repairs for example for roads. They often left their front gates open to receive guests, he said, adding it “seemed impossible that they could do this”.

The day after the church bombings, six died, including four bombers, in another suicide attack. Another family of five blew themselves up, but the eight-year-old daughter survived.

In another blast in an apartment near Surabaya on Sunday night, three members of a family believed to have been making bombs were killed when one device went off by accident. Three children survived.
Police also later shot dead four people with suspected links to the attacks.

Police suspect the attacks were carried out by a cell of the ISIS inspired Jemaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD), an umbrella organisation on a U.S. State Department terrorist list that is reckoned to have drawn hundreds of Indonesian sympathisers of the extremist group.


The families all lived in ordinary middle-class districts where neighbours say they saw few things to mark them out.

“We had received very raw intelligence that there may be an attack in the week before Ramadan but not about when exactly or where,” said a senior government official, referring to the Muslim fasting month that started on Thursday in Indonesia.

“But there was never any report about an entire family being used, or that that was even possible.”

Police say the father in the family that attacked the churches, Dita Oepriarto, was head of the local JAD cell and likely radicalised decades earlier.

Indonesia set up a counter-terrorism unit, Detachment, or “Densus”, 88, in 2003 which is credited with thwarting hundreds of plots, but the Surabaya attacks mark the squad’s biggest challenge in decades.
In all, around 30 people have been killed since Sunday in the attacks, including 13 of the suspected suicide bombers.

According to the senior government official, President Joko Widodo decided not to fire top security personnel when he learnt of the shocking nature of the attacks and instead called for action to dismantle the networks and said he would use executive powers to force through a strengthened anti-terrorism law if parliament did not act.

The presidential palace did not respond to requests for comment.

“This attack demonstrates that entire communities and families can be radicalised,” Rohan Gunaratna, a Singapore based terrorism expert, said.

“This means that a catch and kill response alone will not work. The government must engage more with community leaders, schools, religious leaders in addition to expanding counter-terrorism capabilities,” he said.


Wawan Purwanto, a spokesman for the intelligence agency, said terrorists were being influenced by tactics in the Middle East, where children and women have been used in attacks.  

He said there may also have been a belief that the whole family would enter heaven by carrying out an attack together.

Ansyad Mbai, a former head of Indonesia’s anti-terrorism agency (BNPT), said using a family unit for an attack helped ensure planning was kept secret.

The parents of the families had indoctrinated their children and every Sunday evening made them attend a prayer circle with adults, police said.

© Thomson Reuters 2018

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OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition Launched Alongside Regular Variants in China: Price, Features

OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition has been launched in China. The new launch comes a day after the latest OnePlus flagship was officially unveiled in London. The anticipated Limited Edition smartphone debuts alongside the regular OnePlus 6 variants and features a custom 3D carbon fibre textured back that sits on top of the Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The handset also has an Avengers exclusive gold logo to please the fans of the superhero team.

The OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition will be available in China with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage at a price of CNY 4,199 (approximately Rs. 44,700). It will go on sale through the official OnePlus site and starting June 5. Regular OnePlus 6 variants, on the other hand, will be available for purchase through the official online OnePlus store and from May 22. The OnePlus 6 price in China is set at CNY 3,199 (around Rs. 34,000) for the 6GB RAM/ 64GB storage variant, while its 8GB RAM/ 128GB storage variant will be available at CNY 3,599 (approximately Rs. 38,300), and the 8GB RAM/ 256GB storage variant will be available at CNY 3,999 (approximately Rs. 42,500). These variants will be available in a variety of colour options, including Mirror Black, Midnight Black, and the limited edition Silk White.

It is worth noting here that OnePlus has this time brought a significant difference between the price of its limited edition model and the regular variants. You can clearly see that the OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition (with 8GB RAM, 256GB storage) is available in China at CNY 4,199, whereas the regular 8GB RAM/ 256GB storage variant is available at CNY 3,999. In the past, the company didn’t bring any changes to the prices of its limited edition models. The OnePlus 5T Star Wars Limited Edition, for instance, was launched in December last year at Rs. 38,999 – a price just Rs. 1,000 more than to the regular 8GB/ 128GB OnePlus 5T variant. The OnePlus 5T Lava Red also arrived a few months back with the same price of the original ‘Midnight Black’ OnePlus 5T.

The more significant price difference apparently comes due to the custom treatment that makes the OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition a distinct option against the regular OnePlus 6 variants. In addition to the carbon fibre back and Avengers gold logo, the Limited Edition model has OnePlus logo as well as the Alert Slider in gold colour. OnePlus has also bundled a special Iron Man protective case. Similarly, the handset comes bundled with random Avenger medal.

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OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition: What’s in the box

OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition specifications

That being said, the specifications of the OnePlus 6 Marvel Avengers Limited Edition are identical to the regular OnePlus 6 8GB RAM/ 256GB storage variant. The dual-SIM (Nano) smartphone runs OxygenOS 5.1 based on Android 8.1 Oreo and is upgradable to Android P. It features a 6.28-inch full-HD+ (1080×2280 pixels) full Optic AMOLED display with a 19:9 aspect ratio and an 84 percent screen-to-body ratio. Under the hood, there is an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, coupled with Adreno 630 GPU. The smartphone has a dual rear camera setup that includes a primary 16-megapixel Sony IMX519 sensor with an f/1.7 aperture, OIS, and EIS, and a 20-megapixel Sony IM376K sensor with an f/1.7 aperture. A dual-LED flash module is also available on the back. For capturing selfies and enabling video chatting, the front panel has a 16-megapixel Sony IMX371 sensor with an f/2.0 aperture and EIS. The smartphone is also capable of recording Slow Motion videos at a speed of 480fps. Moreover, the front camera doubles as a facial recognition system to enable a Face Unlock feature.

The built-in storage of the OnePlus 6 is not expandable via microSD card. In terms of connectivity, there is 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v5.0, NFC, GPS/ A-GPS, USB Type-C (v2.0), and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Sensors on board include an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, digital compass, gyroscope, and proximity sensor. A fingerprint sensor is also available on the back panel that is claimed to unlock the screen in as little as 0.2 seconds. Besides, the smartphone packs a 3300mAh battery, supporting Dash Charge (5V 4A) fast charging technology, and measures 155.7×75.4×7.75mm.

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