India tennis star Sania Mirza isn’t too pleased with the rise in the number of ‘cooking posts that celebrities are putting out on social media as they stay indoors to fight the coronavirus outbreak.
Medical experts have warned about the danger of the challenge being taken up by some young people, who refer to it as "scarfing" or "the choking game" in which restricted oxygen to the brain results in a high.
They use filter or edit to even out their skin tone, reshape their jaw or nose, shave off weight, brighten or bronze their skin, and their whiten teeth, the study indicated.
Mirza became Pakistan’s most popular celebrity on any social media after she reached the milestone on video-sharing social networking service TikTok recently. Mirza, who hails from Faisalabad city of Punjab province, is following only 16 people on TikTok.
Singer Armaan Malik also shared the news of his temporary break from social media. He wrote on the verified Twitter account: "Going off social media for a bit. love you guys a lot, speak soon."
In a media briefing on Monday, the authorities announce the easing of a number of restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic at the state level and the updates that are taking place in various sectors.
“Eat less. Move more”. This is the phrase that rings in my ears every time I see a new weight-loss product hit the market. It’s the well-worn phrase of the judgmental and the ignorant. As if it’s that simple. I speak from experience. For my entire adult life, I struggled with obesity, going up to as much as a size 28. When you are that large,
“Just leave the baby on the street, where you found her.” What if you found a crying human infant alone on the sidewalk and this was what a 911 operator told you to do? It would be unthinkable, right? Yet this is what some animal shelters are instructing people to do if they find kittens outdoors — to leave them there. Some groups are
I believe in the sovereignty of each individual. Except when (fill in your favourite opinion). This is how I’ve come to recognise my inner authoritarian. There’s a part of me that wishes people would do things my way, because I’m the obvious authority. That’s a laugh!
We live in an age of discord and distrust, much of it fueled by the splintering of our media landscape and the sheer volume of circulating information — and misinformation. But there is also a deeper fracturing of what we used to think