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سینمای دیجیتال برنامه به ارمغان می آورد امید به سازندگان فیلم و استعدادها در صنعت سرگرمی

سینمای دیجیتال برنامه به ارمغان می آورد امید به سازندگان فیلم و استعدادها در صنعت سرگرمی – سبک زندگی

به روز شده: اوت 03, 2020, 11:13 IST | همکاری محتوا | بمبئی

سینمای دیجیتال برنامه خواهد بود زنده در تاریخ 15 اوت سال 2020 است. شما قادر خواهید بود برای دانلود این برنامه بر روی تلفن همراه خود را دستگاه, دسکتاپ, تلویزیون, قرص, و غیره.

بسیاری را در این چند ماه گذشته با این بیماری همه گیر نقطه روشن تاریک از این به اصطلاح براق, درخشان صنعت...

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او در عین حال به من بگویید اگر او احساس می کند همان’

او در عین حال به من بگویید اگر او احساس می کند همان’ – شیوه زندگی

به روز شده: اوت 03, 2020, 07:13 IST | DR عشق | بمبئی

او می گوید: او نمی داند که آیا او می خواهد هر چیزی جدی است. ما هنوز هم قطع و اغلب بحث

Illustration/Uday Mohite

تصویر/Uday Mohite

Dr Loveمن اعتراف احساسات من به یک دوست خوب چند وقت پیش و از آن شده است بیش از پنج ماه اما او داده نشده است من یک پاسخ قطعی شده است. او می گوید: او نمی داند که آیا او می خواهد هر چیزی جدی است. ما هنوز هم قطع و اغلب صحبت کنید. من باید فشار خود را برای پاسخ و یا فقط رفتن با جریان ؟ من اشتباه. من هم می دانم آن را سخت خواهد بود برای ماندن با دوستان خود را اگر او به من تبدیل کردن...

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This world hates migrants, human and otherwise

This world hates migrants, human and otherwise – lifestyle

Updated: Aug 02, 2020, 07:45 IST | | Mumbai

US-based science writer Sonia Shah’s new book discusses why migration is a biological imperative as necessary as breathing, and the physical and invisible barriers that come in the way of it

Sonia Shah

Sonia Shah

On about 3.6 per cent of the planet’s surface, geographic barriers prevent wild species from migrating as effectively as the desert borderlands barred the polo-shirted young man. Take, for example, the mosaic-tailed rat, which lived on tiny Bramble Cay, an uninhabited island on the northern edge of the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia. Increasingly violent storm surges steadily wiped out the island’s plant life...

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‘Many guys walk up to us and say do you want to see’

‘Many guys walk up to us and say do you want to see’ – lifestyle

Updated: Aug 02, 2020, 09:10 IST | | Mumbai

Parents, Read this! Calling their Insta account hack a rite of passage and sharing nude selfies on Snapchat as confidence boosters is commonplace for urban Indian tweens, reveals journalist Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava’s new book

When freedom is unrestrained and consent is not respected, trouble inevitably follows, says writer-journalist Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava, in the introduction of her new book, Stoned, Shamed, Depressed: An Explosive Account of the Secret Lives of India’s Teens (HarperCollins India).

Bhargava’s book comes close on the heels of the Bois Locker Room case that made headlines in May this year...

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Getting high takes patience

Getting high takes patience – lifestyle

Updated: Aug 02, 2020, 07:47 IST | Phorum Dalal | Mumbai

A two-month-old alcohol delivery app offers a wide variety, but needs to fix its backend mess to put a spring in the step of its delivery

The beer arrived with a complimentary packet of peanuts and facemask

The beer arrived with a complimentary packet of peanuts and facemask

When the pandemic forced the state government to allow sale of liquor via home delivery only, a veteran in the alco-bev industry confessed, “The pandemic has done what the industry has been lobbying for years. Finally, a landmark order, even if it is till the lockdown lasts.”

The lockdown has led many enterprising masterminds to huddle, reshuffle, and create new business ideas...

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End of an era: COVID kills salon

End of an era: COVID kills salon – lifestyle

Updated: Aug 02, 2020, 07:51 IST | Mitali Parekh | Mumbai

The salon that changed the way Mumbai’s cool ones wore their hair has shut shop. COVID-19 got to it. Mad O Wot’s creator Sapna Bhavnani on what went by, and what’s in store

Sapna Bhavnani's Bandra salon, "home" for years to a staff of 11, was dismantled on July 28 after she realised she had run out of means to pay salaries and rent post lockdown. Pics/ Shadab Khan

Sapna Bhavnani’s Bandra salon, “home” for years to a staff of 11, was dismantled on July 28 after she realised she had run out of means to pay salaries and rent post lockdown. Pics/ Shadab Khan

When I was distributing relief packages to migrant workers at the beginning of the lockdown, I didn’t realise that I would be affected by the pandemic, too,” says Sapna Bhavnani, “But we are just a mom-and-pop shop like Altaf bhai two blocks down who makes cushion covers...

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Apple arcade’s 10 must-plays

Apple arcade’s 10 must-plays – lifestyle

Updated: Aug 02, 2020, 09:23 IST | Jaison Lewis | Mumbai

Apple Arcade has been around for a while now, and their ever-growing library become well worth the R99 per month you end up spending on it

Agent Intercept

You play a secret agent akin to James Bond, who needs to put an end to the evil organisation known as the CLAW. Each mission is a long car chase, where you have to use your superior driving skills and tricked-out car to take down the enemy, both on land and in the water. Don’t worry, your car turns into a speed boat when it goes into the water. The game is a lot of fun and comes with awesome chase music, ideal for the situation you are in.

Video: https://youtu.be/87tJ9eswwOE

Spidersaurs

Spidersaurs

Nineties cartoon-themed Spiders...

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Meet Sonu Sood of Australia

Meet Sonu Sood of Australia – lifestyle

Updated: Aug 02, 2020, 07:49 IST | Prutha Bhosle | Mumbai

If you thought no one could beat Sonu Sood for his role in sending thousands of migrants home, meet an Australian expat who has helped 2,000 people reach Melbourne from India

Simon Quinn, a 32-year-old PhD student from Australia, has been studying Sanskrit in India since 2017

Simon Quinn, a 32-year-old PhD student from Australia, has been studying Sanskrit in India since 2017

With a one-way ticket in hand, Australian couple Chloe Dimopoulos and Ben Munro arrived in India on March 12, hoping to travel the country, and then the world. When the recent graduates reached Jaipur, Chloe was overcome by a fever, bodyache and chills. On March 16, they were in a public hospital trying to get a COVID-19 test...

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The show must go on

The show must go on – lifestyle

Updated: Aug 02, 2020, 07:50 IST | Jane Borges | Mumbai

Say literary festival directors and publishers, who despite being conflicted about making the transition online, feel quality conversations about books and writers must continue in a post-pandemic world

Audience seen during the inaugural day of Zee Jaipur Literature Festival, at Hotel Diggi Palace in Jaipur this year. Pic/ Getty images

Audience seen during the inaugural day of Zee Jaipur Literature Festival, at Hotel Diggi Palace in Jaipur this year. Pic/ Getty images

A week from now, on August 9, the Bengaluru Poetry Festival will open its doors to lovers of verse, albeit in a “new metre and with a different composition”. Shinie Antony, festival director, in a first, has dared to take the event online. This was not part of the plan, at least not until a few months ago.

Like every year, work for the festival, whi...

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Is there a right and wrong food?

Is there a right and wrong food? – lifestyle

Updated: Aug 02, 2020, 07:57 IST | Anju Maskeri | Mumbai

After a Netflix film used axone to talk about politics of food and identity, we decided to decode the fermented soya bean with help from the people who know it best

Pork in axone with bamboo shoots and bhut jolokia is one of the highest selling dishes at chef Alistair Lethorn's pop-ups

Pork in axone with bamboo shoots and bhut jolokia is one of the highest selling dishes at chef Alistair Lethorn’s pop-ups

In the opening sequence of Axone, a film by Nicholas Kharkongor currently streaming on Netflix, Upasana (Sayani Gupta), Chanbi (Lin Laishram) and Zorem (Tenzin Dalha) smuggle axone, a fermented soya bean paste into a room on the terrace...

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