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Salman Khan Race 3 Movie Prediction, Box office prediction

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Film #Race3 is all set to release in 4600 screens (Including 3D) in India. Film needs to collect only ₹65000 per screen to get 30Cr opening on day1!

According to latest report of #Race3, approx 2% advance booking has been done on all 4 major multiplexes chains, which is much lesser than #Tubelight and equal to film #Raazi! Means tomorrow is crucial day for the future of this film.

Salman khan is facing tough time with #Race3! 1) Film can become flop. 2) Looks like that #Sanju will get bigger opening! If Katrina’s Ex boyfriend’s film #Sanju will get bigger opening than Race3, so That will be biggest insult of Salman khan. Lets wait n watch!

Our business prediction of #Race3!
Day1 25Cr
Day 2 35Cr
Day 3 35Cr
Day4 12Cr
Total 107Cr for 4 days! Lifetime 150-175Cr!

Comments your opinion below…
Is Race 3 gonna flop or not ???

Ready for Allu Arjun’s Action

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Allu Arjun

Ready For Action
ALLU ARJUN, ALREADY ONE OF INDIA’S BIGGEST STARS,IS GEARING UP FOR THE NEXT LEVEL.

Allu Arjun

Allu Arjun needs no introduction. He’s an icon of Telugu cinema, the scion of a legendary film family and one of the best actors of his generation. As he makes his pan-India strides, Maxim caught up with the man who wants, more than anything, to build his own legacy. And, of course, have fun doing it.
It was great shooting with you, Arjun. How did you feel about shooting for Maxim?
Thank you, it was a great experience. To be honest, it’s something that I have always wanted to do, something that’s been on my personal checklist! I’m glad I finally got to do it… a great deal of satisfaction!
We hope we’ve lived up to the hype. You have zealous fans all over the country now, given that your movies have been dubbed in other languages. How do you approach your stardom?
Of course, you did. I’m lucky that I shoot in one region but get to be admired in many more. I’m glad that South films are dubbed into Hindi, where the reach is much more. I would like to make better films in every aspect, and to increase this viewershipand fan-base.

Allu Arjun

You’re known to be very meticulous about your work, but you’re doing many things at the same time. How to you segment your day?
Anyone is only as good as his or her team. I have good people who handle every segment of my day. Above all, the habit of writing daily in my diary really works!
What are your thoughts on continuing a legacy, given that you come from an illustrious film family?
“Legacy” in the film industry cannot be passed on, unless you personally earn it from the people. The earlier generations have worked hard for it, and I understand the value of this position. I would like to take it forward without spoiling the legacy.
Apart from movies and producing, you’re an entrepreneur. How did that happen?
I like this simple saying: “Less routine, more life!” I like to explore the unknown and to challenge myself constantly.
Why did you pick sports, including Tamil Thailaivas in the Pro Kabaddi League and Bengaluru Blasters in the Premier Badminton League?
I respect sports more than movies, in a way, and this is my way of supporting our talent. As a country, I believe we have tremendous potential to dominate the global sports arena, and I wanted to play a small part in that by associating with it.
You’re an avid photographer yourself. Any thoughts on how this shoot’s turned out?

Wonderful, I love the results. I admire photography and I have to say this was a day of learning. I learnt a lot about lighting, the shutter-speeds at which we shot and how we boosted that with lights by keeping the ISO as low as possible. Very, very interesting! We shot with a photographer with great knowledge.
Photography is often about the moment. You travel a lot, so do any destinations or travels stand out?
To be honest, I have a list of my top destinations, because each of them have their own strengths. To me, New York is the best city. As a country, Italy has multiple locations to visit. Ibiza is the best party place I’ve been to. One of my favourite ways to pass time is wine-tasting. And, to me, snorkelling is the best activity. I love to travel with friends and family, and experience great moments.
How different are Telugu—and other southern films—from Hindi cinema… or Hollywood, for that matter?

Emotions are universal. But cultures are different. And, moreover, the North has more urban viewership than the South, so the urban markets are bigger comparatively.
Social media, power lists, awards, covers. What gives you the real idea that you’ve reached a rare level of celebrity?
The success of the movie. To me personally, it is above all else. That’s what we work for, and that’s the best measure of who we really are. Because we are artists, morethan anything.
As we were talking, you mentioned that you’re fascinated by architecture and design. Do you dabble in it yourself? And what are some inspirations?
I deeply connect to spaces. I feel every space is a reflection of its own being. There are many styles that I admire but my favourite is the minimalist approach. Our country has a lot of rich culture in terms of architecture and design, which has to be treated contemporarily and be presented to the West.
You’re looking quite the dapper gent in the shoot, and you also have a great sense of style. What does style mean to you?
Style is nothing but a reflection of the personality. Style is not about fashion.I believe your wardrobe should reflect your ideologies.
How do you keep so fit? We know it’s not just for your movies.
“A healthy body is directly proportional to a healthy mind.” I live by that. I am a strong believer in “you are what you eat.” I also believe that applies to you physically and, moreover, mentally.
A lot of people ape your sense of dressing.
Does that flatter you or is it daunting?I love it… and it’s very flattering!
You have a number of projects lined up. What are you most looking forward to?
The current one, always. There is no greater future than the present.
It’s been great shooting with you. Any parting words for our readers?
“Actions speak louder than words. And intentions speak louder than your actions.” This is one of the greatest realisations of my life. I hope all of you realise it soon and experience it, and apply it at every point of your life. And, of course, thank you! ■

Top 5 TV Stars who earn more than Bollywood Actors

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Kapil-Sharma
Kapil-Sharma

All of us believing tha there is huge difference lyfestyles between the Bollywood actors and TV actors. The Bollywood actors living in palatial house around pali hill region in Bandra, Mumbai. On the another hand the TV actors living around the cheaper areas like andhery, Goregaon. Now yhe difference in their lyfestyle is slowly minimized as the roles of the small screen becomes substiantially important. Also the net worth of the so many TV actor is even more than just few of their counterparts from the silver screen. Here are a few those actor who earn more than the Bollywood actor.

1. Kapil Sharma 

Kapil-Sharma
Kapil-Sharma

Kapil Sharma has pushed himself heights that TV actor are rarely able to. He has become a houshold name after garnering fram through his stage present in shows like Comedy Circus and the Kapil Sharma Show. He was born in Amritsar, Punjab to Jeetendra Kumar Punj Janaki Rani.  His father was a head constable in the Punjab Police while his mother is a homemaker. Having lost his father to cancer in 2004, he graduated from the Khalsa College, Amritsar.
Kapil Sharma’s claim to fame was the Great Indian Laughter Challenge of 2017. He won the top spot in the comedy reality show thus winning himself INR 10 lakh. He then participated in the Comedy Circus on Sony TV and amassed 6 wins in 6 seasons in the show. He also hosted the 6th season of the dance reality show, Jhalak Dikhla Jaa before he was roped in to star in his own headliner show, Comedy Nights with Kapil on Colors TV in 2013. The show ran successfully for 3 seasons and was taken off air in January 2016. Between 2013 and 2016, he co-hosted the Filmfare Awards with Karan Johar and had a guest appearance alongside Amitabh Bachchan in Kaun Banega Crorepati. In April 2016, he switched back to Sony TV where he launched his own TV show, The Kapil Sharma Show.Kapil Sharma has become a household name owing to his comic timing and the way he has been able to connect with the masses. His net worth is estimated to be upwards of US $30 million. He charges a whopping US $170,000 per episode for his show, The Kapil Sharma Show on Sony Entertainment Channel. He endorses famous brands like OLX, Honda and Policy Bazaar. He owns and lives in a super posh flat in Andheri West. He loves collecting cars and owns a Mercedes Benz S350 CDI along with a Range Rover Evoque SD4 and a Volvo XC 90.

 

2) Sunil Grover

Sunil-Grover
Sunil-Grover

Sunil Grover in his initial years in the tinsel town impressed his audience with his imitation of Shah Rukh Khan but had for some time now expanded his horizon and has been dabbling in stage comedy along with the darling of the masses, Kapil Sharma before the duo had a fall out. Grover was born in a Punjabi family hailing from the district of Sirsa in Haryana. His father was a bank manager and he completed his entire education from his home town of Mandi Dabwali before moving to Chandigarh to pursue Master’s degree in theater from the Punjab University.

Sunil Grover has seen his fortune on the small screen take a turn for the better since he joined hands with Kapil Sharma for the Comedy Nights with Kapil Sharma. He now commands anywhere from US $16000 to US $25,000 per episode for TV shows. His net worth is estimated to be north of US $5 million. He owns a 3 BHK flat in a deluxe society in Goregaon, Mumbai. His car collection includes a BMW Series 5, an Audi as well as a Range Rover.

While Sunil Grover was studying at Punjab University, he was discovered by the stalwart, late Jaspal Bhatti and appeared in his show Full Tension which aired on DoorDarshan. He also was a part of India’s first ever silent comedy show, Gutar Gu on SAB tv where he appeared in the 26 episodes to begin with. He was then seen prominently in the Comedy Nights with Kapil from 2013 to 2016 where he played the character of Gutthi and Rinku Bhabhi who were both females along with Dr. Mashoor Gulati. In 2016, he made his debut in the Punjab Film Industry with the movie Vaisakhi List. He also played the role of Shraddha’s father in the movie Baaghi in the same year.

Sunil Grover has seen his fortune on the small screen take a turn for the better since he joined hands with Kapil Sharma for the Comedy Nights with Kapil Sharma. He now commands anywhere from US $16000 to US $25,000 per episode for TV shows. His net worth is estimated to be north of US $5 million. He owns a 3 BHK flat in a deluxe society in Goregaon, Mumbai. His car collection includes a BMW Series 5, an Audi as well as a Range Rover.

While Sunil Grover was studying at Punjab University, he was discovered by the stalwart, late Jaspal Bhatti and appeared in his show Full Tension which aired on DoorDarshan. He also was a part of India’s first ever silent comedy show, Gutar Gu on SAB tv where he appeared in the 26 episodes to begin with. He was then seen prominently in the Comedy Nights with Kapil from 2013 to 2016 where he played the character of Gutthi and Rinku Bhabhi who were both females along with Dr. Mashoor Gulati. In 2016, he made his debut in the Punjab Film Industry with the movie Vaisakhi List. He also played the role of Shraddha’s father in the movie Baaghi in the same year.

3 ) Jennifer Winget

Jennifer Winget
Jennifer Winget

Jennifer’s first major TV role was that of Simran in the Balaji show, Kkusum. From there on she went on to do Kkoi Dil Me Hai, Shaka Laka Boom Boom, and Karthika. Then came her appearance as Sneha Bajaj in KKasauti Zindagi Ki during the golden age for Ekta Kappor’s production house and then in Dil Mil Gaye as Dr. Riddhima Gupta. Let’s just say Jennifer has not looked back ever since. She also presented reality shows like Dekh India Dekh, Laughter Ke Patakhe, Zara Nach Ke Dikha and Comedy ka Maha Muqabala to name a few. She currently appears in the show Bepannah on Colours tv as Zoya.

Jennifer Winget, the popular telly actor, is a native Mumbaikar. She was born to a Marathi Christian father, Hemant, and a Hindu mother, Prabha, in the Goregaon area of Mumbai in the year 1985. She started her acting career at a pretty young age. She first appeared in the Amir Khan and Manisha Koirala starrer Akele Hum Akele tum at the age of 10. Next, she appeared in movies like Raja Ki Ayegi Barat, Kuch Na Kaho and Raja Ko Rani se Pyar Ho Gaya building her way into the entertainment industry but it was TV that brought Jennifer her most memorable appearances along with the accompanying moolah.

All of these successful stints have made Jennifer one of the most sought-after actresses and she commands a price to match the demand. Her net worth is estimated to be in the neighborhood of $1.25 million. She charges an amount north of US $ 1000 per episode. She has a family home in Goregaon. She also is a proud owner of a beautiful Greek Moroccon style villa in the Reis Margos area of North Goa and it serves as a welcome retreat for her family and friends from the chaos of Mumbai. Jennifer also owns a BMW series 3 luxury car which has market price of INR 30 lakhs.

4) Mishal raheja

Mishal raheja
Mishal raheja

Mishal Raheja is a Mumbai born television actor who is the current heart-throb of millions in the country. His portrayls of a passionate, romantic protagonist in successful shows have earned him not just a fan following but a spot in the top earners of the small screen. Other than acting, Mishal has tried his hands at singing and entrepreneurship as well. He is a graduate in Business Management.He is also a black belt holder in kick boxing.

Other than being an actor, singer, producer, Mishal also dons the hat of an entrepreneur with a company called Party Hard Drivers. His net worth is estimated to be around US $ 2 million. Even after doing only 8 shows in a 12-year long career, Mishal charges US $2800 per episode. He stays in a sea facing house in Breach Candy, Mumbai. He is a sports bike aficionado and has been seen riding his Ducati Monster around the city.

Mishal first appeared on the MTV show Pyar Vyar and All That in 2005 as Kush. Next came a show by Anurag Basu called Love Story where he played Akash, a Delhi university student and also had a few good songs featured on him. Then came the show Laagi Tujhse Lagan on Sony which saw him as Dutta Bhau, an underworld don, and made him a TV superstar. His successful stint continued with Ishq Ka Rang Safed on Colors, where he played a character in love with a widow. He has recently released a music video in New York with singer Hema Sardesai.He will be seen in an upcoming web series, under his own production banner Mangolake pictures, aimed at his young followers.

5) Krishna Abhishek

Krishna Abhishek
Krishna Abhishek

Krishna Abhishek has become a household name in the Indian telly comedy space post his successful successive appearances on Comedy Circus on Sony TV. The actor / comedian’s real name is Abhishek Sharma. He is the nephew of the famous actor Govinda. He is married to actress Kashmera Shah since 2013. The couple became proud parents of twins in 2017 via surrogacy. The good news also helped patch-up the soured relationship between the uncle and nephew post the former’s appearance on the Kapil Sharma Show.

Krishna started out by trying his luck in the film and tv industry when he appeared in the show Just Mohabbat and the film Yeh kaisi Mohabbat Hai. The film did not do well at the box-office. He then appeared in multiple Bhojpuri films. And then came his stint with reality television. He, along with his then girlfriend, Kashmera Shah were contestants on the popular celebrity dance show, nach Baliye. Krishna’s talent as a great dancer was widely noticed and led him to appear in a number dance shows as a contestant in Jhalak Dikhla Ja as well as a judge on Krazzy Kiya Re to name a few. He then found his calling in comedy by appearing in Comedy Circus for more than 5 years on Sony TV from 2008-2014. He also hosts OMG! Yeh Mera India on Histoty TV 18.

Well the fame has brought in its share of wealth for the comedy star. His net worth is estimated to be US $7 million. Krishna charges anywhere between US $60000 to $68000 per episode. He also charges US $25000 per appearance for a live show. He owns a house on the Juhu Versova Link Road in Andheri West, Mumbai. He along with his wife Kashmera, recently purchased a plush bungalow in the West Hollywood City of California. Krishna also owns a Harley Davidson Night Rod super bike which set him back by INR 6 lakh and a Mercedes Benz worth INR 60 lakh.

Varun Dhawan’s Next is RANNBHOOMI

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From many sources we get to know that Varun Dhawan is all set to team up with close director Shashamk Khaitan for hat-trick time in Dharma Productions’ produced ‘Rannbhoomi’.

Rannboomi will be Varun Dhawan’s third film with Shashank Khaitan. Their first movie was Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania which is a big hit movie of Bollywood Industry. In 2017 they released a sequel movie of Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania is Badrinath Ki Dulhania which was also a blockbuster movie. Both film have also ove stories at heart, both starrer Alia Bhatt.

TOI reported that Karan Johar will have Shashank Khaitan take on the action-drama genre. Karan Johar himself  confirmed at Berlinale,  “Rannbhoomi is Khaitan’s colossal and ambitious imagination to attempt a hat-trick with  Dhawan. Shashank and Varun makes an epic blend of creative and commercial extravaganza, which which is Dharma Production’s vision for the next few projects”

At Diwali of 2020 the film will be released will have revenge within its story. The other cast for this movie is yet to be announced.

Karan tweeted as

Shashank Khaitan tweeted

Varun Dhawan

Nirav Modi: Diamonds Are Not Forever

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Nirav Modi: Diamonds Are Not Forever

A Rs 11,400-crore scam takes the sheen off Nirav Modi’s global jewellery empire

By Lhendup G Bhutia

BACK IN 2010, at a Christie’s auction in Hong Kong, the work of a little-known—until then—Indian jeweller took the world by storm. It was a diamond necklace with a pear-shaped flawless Golconda diamond of 12.29 carats at the centre. Supporting the Golconda diamond were 34 equally rare pink diamonds from Australia’s Argyle mine. The necklace, called the Golconda Lotus Necklace, went for Rs 16.29 crore.

The auction announced its creator Nirav Modi to the world. Since then, emerging almost out of nowhere, Modi has blazed a trail internationally, leaving in his comet tail a string of designer stores on some of most popular high streets in the world, from Madison Avenue in New York to Macau and Hong Kong. His pieces have gone on to find even more recognition. One such set went for $5.1 million at a Sotheby’s auction. Newspapers ran pieces on his reticence, his ambitions of opening 100 stores by 2020, his fondness for expensive paintings and clothes. He became the first Indian jeweller to be featured on the cover of a Christie’s auction catalogue. His glittering pieces found themselves on the necks of global celebrities from Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts to Nirav Modi’s brand ambassador Priyanka Chopra. 

The auction announced its creator Nirav Modi to the world. Since then, emerging almost out of nowhere, Modi has blazed a trail internationally, leaving in his comet tail a string of designer stores on some of most popular high streets in the world, from Madison Avenue in New York to Macau and Hong Kong. His pieces have gone on to find even more recognition. One such set went for $5.1 million at a Sotheby’s auction. Newspapers ran pieces on his reticence, his ambitions of opening 100 stores by 2020, his fondness for expensive paintings and clothes. He became the first Indian jeweller to be featured on the cover of a Christie’s auction catalogue. His glittering pieces found themselves on the necks of global celebrities from Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts to Nirav Modi’s brand ambassador Priyanka Chopra.

It was remarkable because Modi achieved all this in a very short time. His first store was set up in Delhi in 2010. He began designing jewellery, on the insistence of a friend, just a year before that.

But now it seems to have been a mirage. Modi has been accused by Punjab National Bank (PNB) of fraud amounting to Rs 11,400 crore. CBI is probing the alleged involvement of bank officials (10 have apparently been suspended), while the Enforcement Directorate is reportedly looking to see if there has been any violation of foreign exchange and anti- money laundering regulations. The Reserve Bank of India is said to be keeping a close eye on the scandal.

By the allegations, some firms which have Modi, his brother, wife and uncle (Mehul Choksi of Gitanjali Gems) as partners managed to obtain Buyer’s Credit overseas on the basis of fraudulent guarantees of payment. Buyer’s Credit is a common mode of transaction in international trade: a bank abroad extends credit to, say, an Indian importer to buy goods (or services) on the strength of a letter issued by a bank in the home country assuring it that equivalent funds would be sent overseas.

In the case of Modi’s companies, the domestic bank was PNB, and it appears to have found rogue members of its own staff issuing letters of credit without the proper documentation, diligence and accounting back-up. According to its complaint to the CBI, these staffers had secretly been aiding the companies without making the requisite entries in the bank’s system to avoid detection. The complaint also alleges that in many instances, the funds raised were not utilised for the stated purpose.

Modi, born in India but raised in Antwerp, is said to have had diamonds in his DNA. All of his family, from his grandfather to his father and uncle were diamond traders. Modi quit his studies and returned to India when he was just 19, to learn the basics of the trade from his mentor Choksi.

For all his success, Modi at heart is said to be a hard-nosed Gujarati trader with a feel for business opportunity. He started his diamond trading business Firestar Diamond—which he has now reportedly offered to sell off to pay banks back—and then made the next big jump, from a shrewd diamantaire to a designer of couture jewellery. When asked about this, he once told an interviewer, “Diamantaires are diamond dealers. So they buy diamonds, polish and then sell diamonds. It is a trading mentality. Jewellery making is more about creation.”

Now the future of an empire built so quickly and rapidly on a string of exquisite jewellery is looking decidedly fragile ■

Xiaomi Redmi note 5 pro price , full specification and features

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Xiaomi Redmi note 5 Pro smartphone with 5.99 inch full HD display powered by 4000 mAh battery .It comes with dual rear camera (12+5 mp)and 20 megapixel selfie camera . In India it’s price starts from Rs 13999 . Full specification

Connectivity:

Dual 4G sim , VoLTE , wifi hotspot , Bluetooth .

Operating system :

Android 7.1.2

Display :

5.99 inch full HD display .

Camera :

(12mp+ 5mp) dual rear camera with LED flash , 20 megapixel selfie camera .

Battery : 4000 mAh

Storage :

4 GB/6 GB of RAM & 64 GB of internal storage

Processor :

1.8 GHz Qualcomm snapdragon 636 octa- core processor .

Colour :

Black , Gold , Light Blue , Rose Gold

Launch date :

February 14 , 2018 .

Sensors :

Finger print sensor , ambient light sensor, gyroscope , proximity .

Who is Priya Prakash Varrier ?

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If you don’t know about Priya Prakash Varrier yet, you might have at least seen on social media over the weekend, a Malyalam film clip of the actress winking went insanely viral, prompting a tidal wave of memes. #PriyaPrakashVarrier has been trending on Twitter, acknowledged by the subject of the trend in a tweet from her as-yet unverified account .”Can’t believe this,” tweeted Priya, who makes her debut with the film to which the clip – specifically, from a song titled Manikya Malaraya Poovi – in question belongs.

The Malayalam-language Oru Adaar Love, starring a bunch of newcomers, has been directed by Omar Lulu. Priya Prakash Varrier’s wink has ensured the video of Manikya Malaraya Poovi posted on YouTube has been watched 4.9 lakh times and counting.

Twitter was smitten, posting “Okay! India we need to talk #PriyaPrakashVarrier” and “Guys be like, ‘I want the same wink with same expressions as return gift this session. Else forget about any melt from my side. #priyaprakashvarrier #newnationalcrush.”

When a teaser clip of her upcoming film Manikya Malaraya was shared on social media Priya turned into an overnight sensation , sending the entire internet into a meltdown . The clip shows Priya, dressed in school uniform, winking at a fellow student, who, like social media, is instantly floored.

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How to keep your Computer safe from hackers

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Today everything is digital, from bank transactions to stock investments to making payments and even sharing memories. While all of this is convenient and seemingly happens at the click of the button, it is important to realise that you are not alone and are likely being “watched”. Well, to put it in simple words, the cyber world is full of hackers that are looking to siphon money and stealing information that can cause a huge dent financially and otherwise. Again, this problem is magnified in high net worth individuals (HNIs) because of their wealth. According to www.cybersecurity-insiders.com about mine .

Mayfair art dealers/galleries in UK have lost almost €1million to hackers through an email scam. “The probe discovered that the methods are simple. Cyber crooks gained access to the art dealers email ids and continuously monitored their emails in and out. When the art galleries sent PDF invoices to clients, hackers sent a duplicate invoice impersonating galleries email address and told client to ignore previous invoice and instead wire payment to the bank account mentioned in the second invoice. The same technique has been used by the hackers to steal money paid by galleries to artists,” says Mimi Partha Sarathy, Managing Director, Sinhasi Consultants Pvt. Ltd.

How to protect your device : 

Naturally, HNIs must ensure they protect themselves against cyber threats and using multi-factor authentication is key. “For years, we have done what our IT overlords have told us to do – use strong passwords, and change them often. But passwords are only one factor and the most common implementation of one of the three factors. The factor of “What you know” is the first. The computers we have traditionally used require only that one factor. The second factor is “what you have.” In other words, this factor uses tokens. If you have ever been sent a text token via your mobile number to help reset a password or log in to a system, then you’ve used this second factor. The third factor is, “What you are.” This third factor is implemented through biometrics. If you have an Apple iPhone that uses

face recognition, you’re already implementing this “what you are” factor. In the future, try to implement at least two of these factors for more security,” advices Dr. James Stanger, Chief Technology Evangelist, CompTIA. Keep the focus on doing simple things like setting some time aside one day a week to monitor credit card statements and bank statements to locate and take necessary action if anything suspicious. Zakir Hussain – Director, BD soft, Country Partner of Bitdefender opines, “HNIs can secure their gadgets by securing an account through Automated System which works on keeping multiple back-ups of the important data and is also certainly worth it. But one always should choose secure and trusted channels to connect to their Corporate Infrastructure or Internet viz. VPN & Secure Trusted Wi-Fi Zone. Doing so could prevent unauthorised accesses. Many Market Software Companies have also launched their own endpoint multilayered security products, for example, anti malware, anti spam, anti-phishing and strong content filtration solutions. These solutions are a boon to prevent cyber-threat.”

Tools & Techniques : 

In order to equip yourself to counter cyber attacks, you can train yourself with simple one-hour videos and safe computing practices that are usually not part of everyone’s everyday thinking. “Training even if it’s video-based can help ensure that safe computing practices become automatic. It is important to make security part of your “muscle memory.” We have a product called Cyber Secure, for example, that is quite effective. Also use password vault software. For example, if you still have to use only passwords, you will have many passwords to manage. Use a password manager. I call it a “password vault.” But if you use a “password vault,” you can manage them much more easily. Examples of password vault software include LastPass, Zoho Vault, Dashlane and LastPass,” says Stanger. Bitdefender redesigned the products which used the common infrastructure such as operating systems supported by Linux, Windows, Mac, Smartphones,and Tabs. The latest adaptive technology provides best security and technology; likewise benevolence the Multi-layered security works against all cyber-threats.

Some basic tips for online security : 

• Change your passwords frequently at least monthly and never write down the password anywhere.

• Use a strong password and follow the instructions of the service that requires you to create the password. Do not use your date of birth or pan numbers as your password.

• Never use the same password across multiple services, especially any financial services (e.g., your bank).

• Do not connect to unknown wifi networks and download new software only from trusted, verified sources.

• Avoid being distracted as you work.

Tech Talk : 

In today’s world the operative word is mobility as we are all on the move with mobile devices that often makes it very easy for attackers to discover your location and if you were away from home. Again it is easier for hackers to find you as you travel and wage some form of attack. “We have more devices available to us than ever before. This fact alone has created a large “attack surface” for each individual. At one time, we may have had one or two networkable devices on our persons. Now it is many (watches, tablets, phones, gaming devices, notebook PCs). The more devices we have on us, the easier it is for someone to exploit a weakness. Each device contains dozens, if not hundreds of applications. Some of these applications could very easily have serious security issues.” This is why there is a need to use new age technologies to ensure that novel threats can be combated. “In the new iPhone, face recognition is a new technology that enables multi factor log in. Most commercial grade handheld devices or laptops come with fingerprint identification system. Password manager programmes compel users to set strong passwords and also send schedules to figure out the time when passwords must change. These programmes can be used on multiple devices and different mobile platforms. Privileged Access Management (PAM) involves the use of special software that can better and more securely track a user’s login session and identify anomalies and, possibly, malicious behavior,” explains Stranger. So it is time to sack the hack and control your safety online.

In a month the body will become steely, do it 3 easy solutions

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There is no such person in the world who does not want to make his body strong and strong. Everyone wants to be strong and strong to show their body. But this desire of many people remains incomplete. Due to their thin and weak body. If you want to make body steely then you have to first increase your weight. Which you can increase with these 3 easy steps.

Improve lifestyle

If you have a habit of waking up late at night then change this habit today. Every morning, we can start exercising or yoga by running and running.

food

Eat daily and nutritious meals daily. Including everyday things like eggs, milk, bananas and almonds.

Water

If you have to make your body. So water also plays a very important role in it. You should drink at least 5 liters of water per day according to your weight.

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Is Bitcoin The End Of Cryptocurrency?

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The bubble of Bitcoin, like all bubbles, began with this kernel of truth. Cryptocurrencies were to mark a revolutionary moment in the financial history of our world. They were a new type of global currency independent of governments and Central banks, their validity based on ‘crypto-proof’ or a peer-to-peer network that would administer each to perfection, ensuring it was both plentiful enough for utility and scarce enough not to lose its value and suffer debasement. What Central bankers often struggled with, smart software free of politics would do better. Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous coder who created the Bitcoin, launched his—or her?—jeremiad against the monetary system back in 2009 right after the global recession of the preceding year with these words: ‘The root problem with conventional currency is all the trust that’s required to make it work… The history of fiat currencies is full of breaches of that trust.’ But the vast majority who entered the Bitcoin market over the past few years did not do so to use this digital currency as a medium of exchange. They bought it in the expectation that someone else will come along and buy it from them at an even higher rate. Eventually, at some point, the supply of larger fools was going to run out. Nothing has appreciated quite as much as the Bitcoin in the last few years, barring a few odd rival cryptocurrencies that arose in its wake to ride the frenzy it had stirred among investors and coin ‘miners’ (the geeks who are awarded newly minted currency online for playing a role in its administration). All of last year, the very concept of digital currency was marked by an irrational exuberance of buying. Everyone wanted in on the action, even though there were multiple questions about its legality and how its trade was beginning to exhibit all the traits of a classic bubble, its value inflated way beyond what it could reasonably be worth. But its circle of fans continued to expand, from digital evangelists and cypherpunks to—more and more—the common Joe.

The Bitcoin’s value soared to a peak just shy of $20,000 for a single coin by mid-December 2017. By one estimate, the electricity now consumed globally to ‘mine’ Bitcoin is more than all of what Nigeria uses. Such was the bullishness on it that the famed cybersecurity-turned-cryptocurrency expert John McAfee bet on Twitter that he would eat his own penis if the value of a single Bitcoin did not reach $1 million by 2020.

In India, it is believed that Bitcoin use shot up right after demonetisation, with people either discovering a new valuable to stash their black money in or losing their faith in the rupee as a store of value. Last year, during the Bitcoin boom, when I interacted with Saurabh Agrawal, one of the founders of Zebpay, perhaps the largest Bitcoin exchange in India, he told me that in 2015 the platform used to do transactions worth Rs 100 crore annually. By 2017, it was doing over Rs 200 crore a month. “We are at that stage where the internet was back in 1994, just before mass adoption happened. This mass adoption is going to happen soon… And it is going to disrupt everything we know,” he said. By January 7th this year, according to CoinMarketCap, which tracks the prices of cryptocurrencies at exchanges across the world, their overall market capitalisation—or the saleable value of all electronic coins in existence— stood at $835.7 billion.

A vast financial bubble had been blown, and then the inevitable slide slowly began. On February 1st, a pin appeared in the form of India’s Union Budget that left it badly deflated (if not burst). The Budget speech contained just two lines addressing cryptocurrencies. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, “The Government does not consider cryptocurrencies legal tender or coin and will take all measures to eliminate the use of these crypto-assets in financing illegitimate activities or as part of the payment system. The Government will explore use of blockchain technology proactively for ushering in a digital economy.” The announcement makes India one of the few countries with a stated policy that discourages the use of cryptocurrency. People, however, have interpreted that part of the speech in various ways. While some news outlets portrayed it as a signal that digital money faced a ban, local cryptocurrency exchanges have latched on to the Minister’s last line about an intention to explore blockchain technology as proof that it was business as usual.

But in the volatile cryptocurrency market, it was not business as usual. Prices of cryptocurrencies across the world crashed. Panic selloffs ensued. At its peak, Bitcoin commanded more than a quarter trillion dollars in market capitalisation. Now, as of February 6th, it’s barely holding on to $106 billion. A single Bitcoin is now trading at about $6,356. More than 41 per cent of its value has been wiped out in seven days, according to CoinMarketCap. The next most popular coin, Ethereum, is also trading poorly, down sharply from its all-time high of $1,425 on January 13th to about $574 now. Almost 47 per cent of its value was eroded within a week. The price graph of other coins looks similar. The value of the entire cryptocurrency market has plunged to about $293 billion in this period. Over half a trillion dollars of value has been wiped off. Given the volatility of the market, who knows where prices will be next week. There were other reasons too. Regulators around the world have begun to talk of dealing with cryptocurrencies more harshly. Financial News, a publication closely affiliated with the People’s Bank of China, recently reported that China’s central bank will block all platforms that permit cryptocurrency trading. US regulators are investigating whether the spike in Bitcoin prices in 2017 was a result of market manipulation. South Korea has been talking of a crackdown on digital currency trading; it may ban the opening of anonymous cryptocurrency accounts and bring in legislation to enable regulators to close coin exchanges if needed. Facebook has banned cryptocurrency adverts on its platform. Meanwhile, many major banks in the US and UK have moved to block people from using credit cards to buy cryptocurrencies. In India too, banks have informed local cryptocurrency exchanges that they will no longer accept money for trades from customers via online modes such as National Electronic Funds Transfer, Immediate Payment Services and Real-Time Gross Settlement. As a result, it has become difficult to buy and sell digital currencies in India. Express transfer features at several exchanges have been disabled, and the only option in some cases is a direct bank transfer, which takes longer to process. Additional charges are now also being applied for payment gateway transactions.

On February 6th, the chairman of the Central Board of Direct Taxes revealed that the Income Tax Department has issued around 100,000 notices to people who were found to have invested in cryptocurrencies but not reported their gains to the authorities. “People who have made investments [in cryptocurrency] and have not declared [this] income while filing taxes and have not paid tax on the profit earned by investing, we are sending them notices as we feel that it is all taxable,” CBDT Chairman Sushil Chandra has been quoted as saying.

ACCORDING TO BLOCKCHAIN expert Mohit Mamoria, a ban on cryptocurrencies will be impossible to implement. Even if big countries do ban it, a small country will welcome crypto-entrepreneurs to base businesses there. “All the smartest people and smartest money will move over to that country,” he says. Late in December, once banks started making it difficult to transfer funds to local exchanges for trading, one such exchange, Koinex, put up this statement on its website: ‘Regulators [the] world over have struggled to understand the underlying blockchain technology and develop an appropriate response to it; and India is no exception. These misgivings have resultantly affected the financial services community, who find it difficult to make up their mind about supporting cryptocurrencies.’

In Delhi, a youth in his late twenties, who we shall call Varun Singh—name changed on his request—is almost back to where he started. It was as a college student with an interest in new technologies that he first heard of the Bitcoin. That was 2011. On a lark, he began to use his computer at home to mine the currency. “It was really like downloading a film,” he recounts, “My friends were downloading movies and games then. And I thought, ‘Why not just mine Bitcoins for some time?’” For the next four to five weeks, Singh did exactly that. At the heart of Bitcoin is a technology called blockchain. Put simply, it is something of a public ledger. When a person ‘mines’ a coin, it means he is using his computer to validate previous Bitcoin transactions, thereby keeping the ledger up to date. Miners are rewarded in the currency for this job. This is also the only way a new Bitcoin comes into existence.

Singh was good at it. He would go to college in the morning and later hang out with friends and return to his room at night to check his computer, which he left on. In all, he mined a total of 77 Bitcoins. “And then I just forgot all about it,” he says. “It kind of got boring.” Singh didn’t just forget it. For the next four years, it seems, he vanished under a rock. He woke up one day, sometime in 2016, to the news of an incredible surge in Bitcoin value. By then, a single unit was already worth $450 and its value hit $750 that year. He managed to retrieve 44 of his stash. He could not remember the private key to recover the rest. In mid-December, Singh’s 44 units were worth Rs 5.6 crore. He used some to purchase other cryptocurrencies, while the rest he kept. Although Singh does not reveal the details of his current cryptocurrency portfolio, more than half his Bitcoin wealth has been wiped out over the first week of February.

While Bitcoin hogs the spotlight in the cryptocurrency rout, it is not the only game in town. A new cryptocurrency, it is joked, was born every day during the boom. CoinMarketCap lists over 1,500 digital coins on the internet. According to estimates, the Bitcoin itself now accounts for only about one-third of the overall cryptocurrency market. The rest are alternate coins or altcoins, as they are popularly known. There are popular altcoins like Ethereum, Ripple and Litecoin, and also a wider array of less- known coins with names like Sexcoin, InsaneCoin, UFO Coin and Faceblock. There are some endorsed by celebrities like Paris Hilton (Lydian Coin) and new ones in the works being put out by old companies like Kodak (KodakCoin). Even Reliance Jio, it was rumoured, was working on its own version (Jio Coin). The company has denied it since. Altcoins came into being because the Bitcoin, with its high valuations and difficulty of mining, was believed to have reached its peak. Those who missed out wanted to catch the next cryptocurrency wave at its onset.

In Gurugram, two cousins who set up a large Ethereum mining facility in their basement, Abhyajeet and Nikhil Yadav, just 18 and 20 years of age, appear to have gotten out just in time. Ethereum is considered the second-most valuable cryptocurrency after Bitcoin. Its value grew 13,000 per cent just in 2017, though it is now trading at about $615, a steep fall from $1,425 on January 13th.

The cousins had set up a facility of 55 rigs, which they called Foxtrot Infotech, thanks to a generous investment of Rs 75 lakh from one of their fathers. These rigs are powerful machines with strong computational abilities. The two spent all of last year mining Ethereum and Zcash, another popular altcoin, but then the complexity levels rose. As the popularity of a currency goes up and more miners join in and transactions increase, the time and effort taken to mine coins also goes up. What it took for the cousins to mine Ethereum, Nikhil says, was no longer worth it. “It was just getting too expensive,” he says. “The costs were adding up.”

The duo had begun with a bang, though. They first borrowed Rs 90,000 from Abhay’s father (who runs a warehouse management and leasing company), and returned Rs 4.5 lakh in just a few months. “All the money we made was by Bitcoin trading,” Nikhil says. “So uncle understood the potential and he loaned us the rest of the money so we could mine instead of just trading.” The two installed CCTV cameras, a generator on standby and six air-conditioners in all—running three at a time in 12-hour shifts to keep their high-powered machines cool—and put together a team of four people to monitor operations. The monthly electricity bill alone would run up to over Rs 2 lakh. Over time, other expenses mounted, mining got difficult and power failures proved disruptive.

The Yadavs managed to sell their rigs to buyers just before the cryptocurrency bust. They still made a healthy profit on their investment, Nikhil says. The two now plan to move to Canada, where they expect to trade and set up rigs for other altcoins.

MAMORIA HAD RECENTLY launched what can best be described as a crypto hedge fund. Called Authorito Capital, it invests capital pooled from several people into a portfolio of crypto assets. According to him, market volatility is the biggest challenge here. “Crypto assets are not at all like your regular assets,” he says, “One can never predict what will happen tomorrow. They are very high risk, but have very high returns too.” An optimal mix, however, could work very well. “There are more than 900 Bitcoin-like currencies out there in the wild,” he says. “Some are great, but a lot of them are just bullshit. You need to be able to tell the difference between them to bet on the right ones.”

According to Mamoria, investing in cryptocurrencies is not as simple as buying the best performing or most famous. “Just like MySpace isn’t the best social network to socialise or AltaVista the best search engine to look for information. They were among the first to introduce these new concepts in our lives, but they were far from being the best,” he says. “I believe Bitcoin will go down the same story eventually. It made us discover [the concept], but it is far from being the ultimate cryptocurrency.” 

Authorito Capital doesn’t just trade in crypto assets, it also offers software that lets investors mine their own cryptocurrencies. A software will let consumer devices lying around idle—like mobile phones and personal computers—talk to each other and cluster themselves in various groups, Mamoria explains, so that they can identify and mine what is identified as the most worthy currency at a given point in time. As for his fund, he says he is only keen on long-term investors. “We don’t want nervous, panicky traders,” he says. “No people looking to make a quick buck and exit. We want people who are in it for the long haul.”

Santosh Kumar, a Bengaluru resident, started mining Ethereum late in 2016. He had grossly undervalued the potential of cryptocurrencies in the beginning, he says. Kumar began churning out Bitcoin and Dogecoin sometime in 2014. But once the Bitcoin fell in value that year, he began to spend his reserve indiscriminately. The Dogecoin started in 2013 as a Bitcoin parody, a joke on what it saw as a joke, and had as its mascot a popular internet meme, the Japanese shiba inu dog. But the line between irony and sincerity is often blurred these days. Earlier this year, the value of all Dogecoins in circulation reached $2 billion. Kumar, of course, knew none of this back then. “In 2014, there were very few exchanges in India where we could convert Bitcoin into Indian rupees, and then there was such a big fall in its value,” he recalls with some bitterness, “So I spent it all online, on stupid games and gambling sites.”

When Kumar returned to mining in late 2016, he was intent on getting things right. He set up a rig that cost him around Rs 1.5 lakh to mine what was being touted as the next big thing, Ethereum. His room was almost as hot as an oven, he says, and the noise from the rig would vibrate throughout the house. But he carried on, sweating in his room, and within two months, he says, he had mined enough Ethereum to recover the cost of his rig.

At first, Kumar would take about 10 days to mine a single Ethereum coin. Now, with difficulty levels rising, it takes him at least three months. So he has now moved to mining other altcoins like Monero and Zencash. For a long time, it was hard to access altcoins in India. The Bitcoin was the only cryptocurrency available here, and units of it had to be swapped for altcoins on an international exchange. The lack of exchange platforms for Ethereum had got Zakhil Suresh, a 23-year-old Chartered Accountancy student and cryptocurrency trader, and two friends to start an Ethereum exchange in Thrissur, Kerala. They began trading in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in 2015, but last year’s Ethereum boom convinced them of the need for a platform to trade the latter. “There was this big boom,” says Suresh, “but here in India you had no mechanism to buy Ethereum.” Last year, several such domestic platforms emerged to cater to a variety of altcoins. There is Koinex, perhaps the most popular of them, that allows trading in Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and Ripple. There is Ripple Labs, the San Francisco-based blockchain startup that has tied up with the Indian cryptocurrency exchange BTCXIndia to help users trade Ripple in rupees. There are reports that the Polish cryptocurrency platform Bitbay will also soon begin operations in India. What happens to these plans after the crash might depend on how soon prices achieve some stability.

There are economists like Nouriel Roubini who believe that the Bitcoin’s price could collapse to zero. On the other hand, cryptocurrency evangelists like McAfee have no doubt that this is just a blip, and, just as the Bitcoin has bounced back stronger from tumbles in the past, it will zoom right up again. He has also not changed his mind on eating his penis if prove wrong either. ‘Lot’s of people asking me over the past two days whether my bet is still on (that I will eat my dick if Bitcoin does not reach $1 million by the end of 2020),’ he tweeted, ‘ABSOLUTELY!!!’ But with less than two years left and a price appreciation of almost $1 million needed, he might have to eat more than his words ■

The real benefits of eggplant will become knowledgeable, if you are not sure about love then ask the girls …

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Brinjal is called ‘king of vegetables’. Its not just vegetables but also good, jelly and sauce is also very popular. In South India, it is mainly put in the Sambhar.

In village-countryside it is believed that eating eggplant does not help. Those people call it ‘begun’. However, experts believe that consumption of brinjal is beneficial for enhancing the beauty of skin and hair and increasing the mind.

 

These nutrients are in eggplant

Vitamins C, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, Thiamine, Niacin, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Iron, Copper, Dietary Fiber, Folic Acid, Potassium, Manganese are found in brinjal. The special thing is that there is no saturated fat and cholesterol.

 

Bone is strong

Calcium deficiency occurs in women after the age of 30, due to which their bones also become weak. Since iron and calcium are abundant in eggplant, it is advisable that women should be included in their diet for healthy and strong bone.

 

Tie the knot, ask the girl 3 questions, then ‘no’ should be your answer, Varna …

 

Lack of blood

During pregnancy there is no lack of blood in women, therefore they are advised to take iron supplements. Not only iron in brinjal, copper is also present. Therefore, the consumption of red blood cells does not decrease. Not only pregnancy, but also in common days women should eat eggplant so that their strength and energy levels are maintained.

 

Does not berth defact

Pregnant women are advised to take a folic acid supplement so that there is no deficiency in the abdominal neural tube from the moment. Folic acid is also found in eggplant. That’s why women should definitely eat it.

Brand ambassador of Assam Tourism Priyanka Chopra to produce an Assamese film

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For the first time ever ,the brand ambassador of Assam Tourism & popular Bollywood celebrity Priyanka Chopra will produce an Assamese film named “Bhoga Khiriki” . The director of the film is acclaimed famous filmmaker of Assam , Jahnu Barua .

Though the film is titled “Bhoga- Khirikire” for the local market but for the international market & non Assamese market it will be titled “Broken window “.

The endeavour of the film is to ensure that the film gets a wider audience, beyond Assam, in India and abroad.

This is for the first time that two popular Bollywood companies have collaborate to produce an Assamese language film .

The principle cast of the film includes Zerifa wahid, Seema Biswas, Sanjay Kharghoria, Kashvi Sharma and Mohammad Ali Shah.

‘Bhoga Khirikee’ is a multi-layered story, from the perspective of a female protagonist, whose life is in turmoil due to the ideologocal and existential clash amongst the three men in her life – her father, her husband, and a stranger who forces his might upon her. How she picks up the broken pieces to chart her own life’s path, form the crux of the story.

The film which will be produced by Priyanka Chopra along with Madhu Chopra and Shahnaab Alam is expected to hold a huge significance ,given that she is the Brand ambassador of Assam Tourism.

All you need to know about upcoming Nokia 7 plus smartphone

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HMD Global  will be present some Nokia branded phone along with the Nokia 7 plus  at the  MWC   2018. Some information of the Nokia 7 Plus have leaked  in the recent weeks. Hence, its arrival seems to be imminent. Realistic renders of the Nokia 7 Plus smartphone has surfaced to reveal what to expect from its design.

Earlier this week, leaked images of the Nokia 7 Plus smartphones had emerged from China. The new renders look almost similar to the those leaked images. The Nokia 7 Plus leaked reveal that it could be the first full screen design smartphone  from the company. As we  mentioned , the renders claim that the Nokia 7 Plus would be come with  glass panels on its front and rear sides with an aluminum frame. The phone is expected to come with IP54 certification ,it means it will be a splash proof smartphone . 

The Nokia 7 that was launched in October 2017 and is currently exclusively available in China is the only Nokia Android smartphone to feature glass chassis. Hence, the Nokia 7 Plus that is expected to retain the glass chassis to give it very attractive look .

As Geekbench listing of the phone has revealed, the phone  will be powered by snapdragon 660 octa-core processor & 4GB of ram. It is also expected to available  in 6 GB RAM option like the Nokia 7 . It is likely to arrive with a native storage capacity of 64 GB. The smartphone will be powered by  Android 8.0 Oreo . 

The phone with 6 inch ips LCD display is expected to deliver 1080×2160p full HD+ resolution & 18:9 aspect ratio . The finger print sensor is  placed at the rear side of the device beacause almost whole space off the front side occupied by screen .

In terms of Camera, it features 12mp+13mp dual camera set up on the rear side with OIS & 2X optical zoom .For selfie it comes with a 16 mega pixel front facing camera .It is powered by 3450 mAh battery & is expected to support fast-charging technology .The smartphone is also expected to Include 3.5 mm headphone jack and USB-C port .

The Nokia 7 plus smartphone will be available with a pricing of 410 Euros($508) .

Varun Dhawan Lifestyle, Cars, House, Girlfriend, Net Worth, Family, Education, Biography

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Personal Life

Real Name – Varun Dhawan

Nick Name – Pappu (Called by only his father in childhood)

Profession – Actor

Date of Birth – 24 April 1987

Age – 30 Years (as in 2017)

Birth Place – Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Hometown – Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Nationality – Indian

Zodiac sign – Taurus

School – Bombay, Scottish School, Mumbai

College – Nottingham Trent University, England

Educational Qualification – Graduate in Bussiness Management

Family – Father- David Dhawan (Director)

Mother- Karuna Dhawan

Brother- Rohit Dhawan

Sister- N/A

Religion- Hindu

Hobbies – Daning, Reading and Swimming

Likes – Eating Chicken

Dislikes – Alcohol

Controveries – No record till now

Favourite Food – Nando’s chicken, Mishti Doi, Cheesecake

Favourite Films – BOLLYWOOD: Rang De Basanti, Raja Babu, Kuch kuch Hota Hain, Guide, Kaagaz ke phool.

HOLLYWOOD: American Psycho

Favourite Actors – Dwayne Johnson and Govinda

Favourite Actress – Angelina Jollie, Priyanka Chopra and

Preity Zinta

Favourites Songs – Yaad Ah Rahi Hain from the film Love story 1981

Favourite Musician – Drake,The Killers, The Doors

Favourite Sports -Football

Favourite Perfume – Gucci

Favourite Colours – Red and Black

Favourite Resturant – Shiv Nagar, Mumbai

Filmography

Debut Film – Student of the Year (2012)

Movie Lists – Student of the Year, Main Tera Hero, Humpty Sharma ki Dulhania, Badlapur, ABCD2, Dishoom, Dilwale Badrinath Ki Dulhania, Judwaa 2

Lifestyle

Cars Collections – Audi Q7 

BMW 650 

Bike Collections – Royal Enfield 

Polaris Sportsman 850(quad bike)

Harley Davidson

KTM Duke200 

Salary – 10-20 crore/film (INR)

Net Worth – Unknown

Physical 

Height – 5’9” feet Inches (175 cm)

Weight – 78 kg

Body Measurements – Chest: 42 Inches, Waist: 32Inches, Chest: 15 Inches

Eye Colour – Dark Brown

Hair Colour – Black

  • Smoke- No.
  • Alcohol: No.
  • His father gave his nick name Pappu.
  • Huge Fan of The Rock.
  • He scored 82% in 10th standard.
  • During his graduation in U.S., he worked as a leaflet distributor for nightclubs.
  • In 2010 Varun directed a short film “White Mountain” and act by Varun and Arjun Kapoor.
  • Learned acting skill from Barry John’s acting school.
  • He worked as an assistant director in Karan Johar’s film My Name Is Khan 2010.
  • He has a wax statue at Medame Tussauds Hong Kong.
  • His dream to play the role of a soldier in a movie.

 

Xiaomi is Ready To Launch Redmi 5 in India

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Xiaomi has sent media invites for the launch of the company’s new product in India for 2018 with a big ‘5’ logo. It is almost confirm that Xiaomi’s latest budget smartphone, Redmi 5 & Redmi 5 plus is expected to be launch in India on February 14.In India the Redmi 5 smartphone will be available with 3 different variant (2GB/16, 3GB/32GB, 4GB/64GB.).

According to invitation Xiaomi expected to lunch the Redmi 5 &Redmi 5 plus in India on February 14 . Both The phones were launch in China in December . The phones come with Black ,light blue ,rose gold ,gold colour variants .Redmi 5 & Redmi 5 plus smartphone price in China starts from CNY 799(Rs:8100) & CNY999( Rs : 10200).

Redmi 5 full specification

Connectivity :
Dual 4G nano SIM , VoLTE , wifi hotspot, Bluetooth .

Colour :
Gold ,Black ,Light blue ,Rose gold .

Display :
5.7 inch HD+ ( 1440×720p), 18:9 aspect ratio .

Processor :
1.8 GHz Qualcomm snapdragon 450 octa-core processor , adreno 506 GPU.

Camera :
5mp front & 12mp rear camera with f/2.2 aperture, PDAF, & LED flash .

Battery : 3300 mAh non-removable .

Storage :
2GB/16GB , 3GB/32GB, 4GB/64GB .

Sensors :
Fingerprint sensor(rear mounted) ,proximity , gyroscope , accelerometer, ambient light sensors .

Redmi 5 plus full specification

Connectivity :
Dual 4G nano SIM , VoLTE , wifi hotspot , Bluetooth.

Display:
5.99 inch full HD (1080×2160p), with 18:9 aspect ratio .

Storage :
3GB ram , 32 GB internal memory /4GB ram , 64 GB internal memory .

Battery : 4000 mAh non-removable .

Processor :
2.0 GHz Qualcomm snapdragon 625 octa-core processor , adreno 506 GPU.

Colour :
Black, Light blue , Gold , Rose Gold .

Camera :
5mp front camera & 12 mp rear camera with f/2.2 aperture , PDAF, & LED flash .

Sensors :
Fingerprint sensor(rear mounted) ,proximity , gyroscope , accelerometer, ambient light sensors .

Availability and pricing details for India are currently unknown; we can expect confirmation at the launch event.

Status : Coming soon

Hail The Queen: Deepika Padukone

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After a whirlwind year that folded in both a blockbuster Hollywood debut and heartache back home over new film Padmaavat, Deepika Padukone took a restorative birthday break and is back looking and feeling like a million bucks.

When Deepika Padukone blew out the candles for her 32nd birthday on January 5 in the Maldives, surrounded by family and beau Ranveer Singh, she had three wishes ready: peace, happiness and fulfillment. Upon her return to Mumbai on January 7 after the somewhat quiet celebrations, her sister Anisha accompanied her to their Prabhadevi home. The actor had gone through a tense time through November and December as the release date for her film Padmaavat neared and was then deferred. Fringe Rajput groups demanded a ban on the film and issued death threats to her and the film’s director, Sanjay Leela Bhansali. At the time of going to press Padmaavat was cleared by Censor Board of Film Certification for it to release on January 25, just four days after the actor’s birthday, and understandably she was thrilled.

A source close to the actor told Femina, “She is relieved. Padmaavat is a film that took up all her time and effort last year, and for it to not release in December was a dampener.” When we caught up with the actor in June, Padukone had told Femina, “I believe that things will always happen in a way that they’re meant to. As a professional, I give my full commitment to the film I’m working on and will never worry about what might not happen.”

No surprises, then, that she kept a dignified silence throughout the crisis and sought comfort in her family and work. One of the more exciting projects on the horizon is Vishal Bhardwaj’s new film opposite her Piku co-star Irrfan Khan. “I wrote the script of that film one to two years ago, but now I am directing it. So I am looking forward to work with Deepika because I like her body of work,” Bhardwaj told IANS. “She is a beautiful actress and I feel the camera loves her.” No arguments there ■

Will Robots and Computers Replace Doctors ?

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Health Secretary’s tech revolution has been questioned by NHS staff.

By the end of the next decade, we may be diagnosing our aches and pains on computers, rather than visiting GPs. This was the future painted by the Health Secretary in September when talking at the NHS Health & Care Innovation Expo in Manchester.

Jeremy Hunt told the conference that by 2028 computers and robots powered by artificial intelligence (AI) may be able to analyse a patient’s blood, and compare it with results from thousands of others.

Would this leave the typical GP twiddling their stethoscope, waiting for patients who never come? It’s what some health professionals fear. They say patients value the face-to-face interaction with a doctor and the chance to ask follow-up questions.

Update your laptop now to remove HP ‘keylogger’.

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If you own an HP laptop, you need to check whether the company pre-installed secret software that records what you type on your keyboard. The company has admitted
that the program was built into more than 460 of its laptop models, stretching back to devices made in 2012. It includes laptops in the EliteBook, ProBook, Pavilion and Envy ranges. It was discovered by
security researcher Michael Myng (who blogs as Zw Close at www.snipca.com/26561), when he inspected Synaptics Touchpad drivers on an HP laptop. He described it as a keylogger, but Synaptics called this a “mischaracterisation” in an attempt to dampen the furore. The company said it added
the tool to drivers in order to help all manufacturers – not just HP – fix problems with the touchpad as the computer is being made. This was confirmed by HP. But these ‘debug’ tools are usually removed from a computer before it goes on sale to the public. Myng said the keylogger was
disabled by default, but could be turned on by a hacker who gained access to the laptop, allowing them to record what is typed. He said that after he told HP
about the keylogger the company replied “terrifically
fast” to acknowledge its presence. HP said that neither it nor Synaptics could use the keylogger to access customer data. It has released a list of affected laptops and issued a software update to replace the driver (see box), calling it a “potential security vulnerability”. Synaptics apologised for
“any concerns” the tool raised, and pledged to remove it from its driver due to the “new normal of heightened concern for security and privacy”.
Second keylogger in 2017 It’s the second time in eight months that keyloggers have been detected in HP laptops. In May Swiss security firm Modzero discovered a similar tool in the Conexant HD driver, which controls audio on HP laptops.

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(www.snipca.com/26584) 6 3 – 16 January 2018
…but not this Phishing sites are using http sencryption in order to appear safe
(www.snipca.com/26585) It could have been used to
collect data including passwords, website addresses, and private messages. HP quickly released an update that replaced it, saying it had been installed by mistake.

What is Bad Health

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Let’s kickstart the year by swearing an oath to continue all health practices that are so terrible for us.

GOING OUT FOR DRINKS

Banning alcohol is a popular resolution for many. Well, don’t bother. “Alcohol isn’t so bad as long as you’re in reasonably good health and it’s consumed in moderation. That’s one to two glasses, maybe three times a week,” says Shonali Sabherwal, Macrobiotic Nutritionist, chef and instructor.

NOT COUNTING CALORIES 

Many believe that if you care for fitness, you need to be obsessed with your calorie intake. But as it turns out that’s not true. “When eating becomes a stressful experience, you’re removing the pleasure out of it,” advices Pooja Makhija, celebrity nutritionist and author of Eat Delete and Eat Delete Junior. “Portion control should be the focus.”

GETTING EXCITED FOR DESSERT 

Eliminating sugar completely may be a good plan of action if you’re trying to lose weight. But if you’re just trying to stay fit and the idea of cutting it out completely is making you teary-eyed, then here’s some good news – “The all-or-nothing approach seldom works,” Pooja tells us. “Do small servings ever so often. Putting bans often leads to binge eating which is worse for your metabolism.”

IGNORING THE WEIGHING MACHINE 

People often equate losing weight as the only sign of good health, when really they’re quite different. “There is a weight range assigned to your height and that’s all that matters,” Pooja says. “If you just want to have abundant energy, sleep well and perform at your job, then ignore the machine and focus on eating right, instead.” ■

How to Earn Money by Bitcoin

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The sudden spurt in interest in the cryptocurrency signals a bubble in the making, but financial markets drunk on speculative profits continue to fuel the frenzy around it.

BITCOIN has left the world of finance gasping. Although the total market value of all that cryptocurrency in circulation is only a fraction of the value of the world’s financial assets, the rapid rise in the value of the currency has made it the most wanted of those assets. On January 1, 2017, the currency was trading between $972 and $990 a unit. By December 7, it was trading between $14,063 and $17,363. According to a calculation by Reuters, an investment of $1,000 in bitcoins at the beginning of 2013 would be worth around $1.2 million now. Sensing the opportunity this offers by serving as a platformfor speculation, the Chicago Board Options Exchange and Chicago Mercantile Exchange launched bitcoin futures on December 10, with the contracts opening at $15,460 a unit and rising more than 20 per cent to $18,700, before shedding some of those gains.

With these developments, a shadowy currency with a still-elusive originator named Satoshi Nakamoto took centre stage in financial markets.

Launched in 2009, the role of bitcoin has always been in question. What its advocates regard as its strength—decentralised management by a community that can ensure integrity through verification of transactions over a “public”, peer-topeer network—many of its critics see as its weakness because there is neither an issuing authority in the form of a central bank nor the backing of a state.

Moreover, while there are a few establishments that accept bitcoin payments, the currency is still nowhere a ubiquitous means of payment in day-to-day exchange and commodity circulation. At the end of 2013, researchers from the University of San Diego and George Mason University estimated that 64 per cent of the 12 million bitcoins that had been mined until then had not been used in an exchange transaction.

One advantage of the currency is that transactions involving movements of large volumes of money across space and borders can be conducted without revealing the identity of the transactor. Not surprisingly, criminals of various kinds have been using the currency to transfer funds. For example, demand for bitcoins initially rose because drug dealers were making payments with the currency on the Silk Road website. Since then there have been many reports about the links between illegal activities and the bitcoin market.

Ahigh-profile example is Alexander Vinnik, who was arrested in Greece in July this year. He is accused by the United States Ministry of Justice of laundering more than $4 billion, derived from activities suspected to be illegal, using the bitcoin exchange BTC-e that he was allegedly running.

Most miners or buyers of bitcoins are looking to gain from appreciation in its value as the currency is adopted more widely. If indeed the currency is widely adopted, its price is bound to rise because there is a limit on the number of bitcoins that can be put into circulation. Bitcoins are “mined” by players by solving complex mathematical puzzles that require combining guesses with running algorithms. Each step creates a block of transactions linked or chained to the puzzle in the previous block— hence the term “blockchain”. When the puzzle is solved the miner is rewarded with an allocation of bitcoins.

However, the process of generating new bitcoins is planned and the total volume to be generated is capped. The cap is 21 million bitcoins and the pace of their generation is adjusted downwards so that the cap is reached only in 2140. As of now, around 16.7 million bitcoins have been released. Since it is a store of value, there is no reason why anybody “earning” bitcoins by sale of a good or service must spend that money immediately. So, as GDP increases and the volume of transactions expands, the volume of currency in circulation must increase.

The fact that this is not expected to happen with bitcoin implies that its creators assume that a combination of increase in value and the easy “divisibility” of a digital currency would solve the problem.

The fact that only a limited amount of the cryptocurrency is available indicates that if demand for the currency increases for some reason, such as it being an alternative store of value to money and financial assets of various degrees of liquidity, then its price determined by auctions in bitcoin exchanges would rise to accommodate the value being demanded. When the value of the currency appreciates, investors looking for capital gains will join the game, and prices can spiral.

Interestingly, bitcoin was launched at the time of the global financial crisis in 2008-09, when the value of most financial assets and even of others like real estate had fallen sharply. Simultaneously, central banks in the U.S., the United Kingdom and subsequently Europe resorted to a policy of quantitative easing to save banks and financial firms. This involved buying up financial assets to inject large volumes of cheap liquidity into the system. Since 2008, the U.S. Federal Reserve has bought bonds worth around $4 trillion.

The Bank of England, the Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank followed. All told, six central banks that opted for this policy now hold four times as much assets on their balance sheets as they did before the crisis. With interest rates too at long-term lows, this liquidity has found its way into speculative investments in asset markets, resulting in asset price inflation that has been troubling institutions like the Bank of International Settlements. In a speculative environment like this, financial institutions, fearing that traditional markets are saturated, are always looking for alternative assets. Even an asset like gold, the price of which rose sharply over the decade starting 2001, has been losing its sheen in recent years.

In itself there was no reason to expect that bitcoin would emerge as an alternative asset, since there was nothing endowing it with value other than the state of demand relative to the limited quantity being put into the market. So long as that demand was restricted to those from the “bitcoin community”, the virtual currency had little value in terms of real currency.

Moreover, safety is by no means ensured. According to reports, more than 980,000 bitcoins have been stolen from exchanges, a stark example being the hacking of the mining exchange NiceHash in early December 2017, through which around 4,700 bitcoins worth around $70 million were stolen and transferred to a mystery account. Despite such developments, over time small increases in demand were enough to keep bitcoin prices rising. Those price increases attracted new investors, and in keeping with the tendency to run with the herd that is typical of financial investors, demand soared and so did prices.

Bitcoin has suddenly become the much-discussed, or even the mostdiscussed, of all new assets in the market. That is surprising given the size of the bitcoin business. According to estimates, despite the spike in prices the total value of the bitcoin “market” is around $270-280 billion, which is just a fraction of that of traditional financial assets.

Moreover, the bitcoin shortage means that if investors hold on to the available currency in the hope that prices would rise further, trading in the market would be limited. It is the recognition of this that is triggering the launch of bitcoin-based securities so that there is more space for speculative bets to be placed, especially by new investors.

To spur the futures markets, “analysts” are predicting that the value of the currency could touch $50,000 or even $100,000 a piece. This frenzy says more about the financial markets these days than it does about bitcoin. Commentators, ranging from Nobel Prize winners in Economics to so-called financial market leaders, have described the goings-on as a bubble.

Yet the cryptocurrency has become an instrument for an industry that remains drunk on speculative profits despite the 2008 financial crisis. Whether this was planned or is accidental is, however, not clear ■