This 41-year-old Taiwanese designer looks nothing like her age!

This Taiwanese interior designer has stunned thousands of people on the Internet with her incredibly youthful appearance.

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New Delhi: A 41-year-old woman named Lure Hsu from Taiwan, looks no less than a young student at a first glance as the lady doesn’t seem anything close to her age.

A Taiwanese interior designer by profession, Hsu has stunned thousands of people on the Internet with her incredibly youthful appearance.

She is welcoming her 42nd birthday soon and reveals that her secrets behind her youthfulness are drinking a lot of water and eating a lot of vegetables.

She avoid sugary drinks, such as Coke and takes only one cup of black joe every morning.

Because of her wrinkle-free face and preppy style, people often mistook her for a teenage girl and amazed when they happen to find out her real age.

The 41-year-old recommends women to moisturise their skin every day to keep the skin hydrated and wrinkles at bay. She added that sunscreen and nutritional supplements like Vitamin C pills and collagen are a must as they help maintain a glowing skin.

Lure Hsu’s story has proved that a healthy lifestyle should be everyone’s number one priority.

Aashiqui 3: Rumoured couple – Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra on board?

And going the latest reports, it looks likely that rumoured couple – Sidharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt will join forces for the romantic tale!

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Mumbai: The Aashiqui franchise has been one of the biggest romantic blockbusters of all times. After the massive success of Aashiqui 2 featuring Aditya Roy Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor, Mohit Suri is reportedly gearing up for the third instalment – Aashiqui 3.

And going the latest reports, it looks likely that rumoured couple – Sidharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt will join forces for the romantic tale!

According to DNA, Mohit and Sid have been discussing the script lately. As soon as Sid is done with Neeraj Pandey’s ‘Aiyyari’, he will lock his dates for ‘Aashiqui 3’.

“Alia is also busy shooting for Meghna Gulzar’s next but it’s a smaller film with a start-to-finish schedule. Once she wraps up Meghna’s film, she will have some time in her hand before she begins work on Gully Boy in November. Mohit wants to shoot Aashiqui 3 in that time so they are planning to lock in on the script as soon as possible,” DNA quoted a source as saying.

Interestingly, Alia and Sidharth made their debut with Karan Johar’s ‘Student of the Year’ in 2012. They were paired opposite each other in ‘Kapoor and Sons’. And now, if all goes well, ‘Aashiqui 3’ will seem them romancing for the third time on screen.

Excited much?

Nubia M2 Lite Review: Affordable selfie smartphone for millenials

Shutterbugs who need a stylish yet affordable phone can consider this device.

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New Delhi: Aiming to tap the millenials who wish to own camera-specific smartphones, manufactureres are now coming up with devices in sub-Rs 15,000 price band that house top-end camera specifications.

One such Chinese company is Nubia that offers premium camera technology to consumers globally.

After making waves into the Indian smartphone market with camera-centric phones like Z11 and Z17, the company is back with M2 Lite, a mid-range device that claims to redefine the photography experience.

Priced at Rs 13,999, M2 Lite differentiates itself by offering users “NeoVision 6.0” — a DSLR-like photography system — taking popular camera-driven handsets like Vivo V5, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 and Lenovo K6 Note head on.

Here is what works for the device.

Speaking of aesthetics, like the flagship Z11, Nubia M2 Lite also comes in black and gold finish which is a refreshing change in design that we have been witnessing from other Chinese players.

With 7.5 mm in thickness and weighing 164 grams, the device is slightly heavier than Vivo V5 (that weighs 154 grams). The 5.5-inch HD display is bright and comes to life with slightest touch.

The MT6750 64-bit quadcore processor with 4GB RAM ran smoothly during moderate usage.

For gamers, the device will produce some hiccups while running heavy-graphics games. For basic editing, scrolling through Instagram or watching videos on YouTube, the device delivered a balanced performance.

When it comes to the camera app, Nubia M2 Lite has some interesting features. The special effect filters, specially `Mucha` and `Sketch,` worked really well, giving an artistic view of the subject being captured.

The 16MP selfie camera (better than Lenovo K6 Note and Redmi Note 4) produced bright pictures in all conditions with no blur.

Shots taken in low-lit environments had appreciable amount of details without much noise to be seen. Being a sub-Rs 15,000 device, the images captured were impressive. The smartphone sports a 13MP rear camera.

On the software front, it runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow based on Nubia user interface (UI) 4.0.

The company has packed some tricks into the UI to make edges more interactive.

For example, swiping repeatedly from the edges clears background apps and frees up space. Swiping on both edges adjusts brightness. We also liked the fun animations on the screen while performing edge gestures.

What does not work?

The 3,000mAh battery falls short of expectations as compared to Lenovo K6 Note that ran for a day and a half with 4,000mAh battery.

There is no app drawer and like Apple iOS, all apps are located on home screen which true Android fans may not like.

Conclusion: The phone stands out for strong camera and design. Shutterbugs who need a stylish yet affordable phone can consider this device.

Confederations Cup: Alexis Sanchez makes history as Chile draw with Germany

Chile boss Juan Antonio Pizzi started with an experienced side, including nine of the team which beat Argentina on penalties in the 2016 Copa America final.

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Kazan: Arsenal`s Alexis Sanchez became Chile`s all-time top-scorer with his 38th international goal in Thursday`s 1-1 draw with Germany at the Confederations Cup.

The Gunners` star, voted man of the match, wrote himself into the record books by capitalising on an early mistake in the German defence.

However, Lars Stindl netted his second goal of the tournament to equalise for the world champions just before the break to eventually earn a share of the points.

“We knew they would come at us with a lot of pressure and power,” said goal-scorer Stindl.

“But the result is not undeserved.

“We now know we can stand up well against great opponents.”

The result leaves South American champions Chile top of Group B on goal difference from World Cup winners Germany.

With both teams on four points, three ahead of Australia and Cameroon who drew 1-1 earlier, they are in pole position to reach next week`s semi-finals.

Germany play Cameroon on Sunday in Sochi while Chile face the Socceroos in Moscow.

Despite leaving all his World Cup-winning stars at home, Germany`s head coach Joachim Loew still managed to name four of his first-choice team.

He started with wing-backs Jonas Hector and Joshua Kimmich with Liverpool`s Emre Can and Paris St-Germain`s Julian Draxler, who all impressed in Monday`s 3-2 win over Australia.

“Overall, I am very happy,” said Loew.

“It was a very high level match, and a tactical challenge for a young team like ours.”

Chile boss Juan Antonio Pizzi started with an experienced side, including nine of the team which beat Argentina on penalties in the 2016 Copa America final.

“It was a very high-level game with two teams playing very aggressively going forward, which was very attractive for the fans,” said Pizzi.

“Both teams are very ambitious, so sometimes they neutralise each other.

“The result reflects the high level on the pitch.”

After their opening 2-0 win over Cameroon, Chile took the lead with just six minutes gone.

There was nothing on when goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen harmlessly rolled the ball out towards Joshua Kimmich.

However, Kimmich`s Bayern Munich team-mate Arturo Vidal reacted fastest, deflected the ball into Sanchez`s path and the striker fired home off the inside of the post.

“Unfortunately we went behind after a bad pass, that kind of mistake is punished, but the team`s reaction was very good,” said Loew.

“As the match went on, we got forward with more and more boldness.”

Despite Loew`s positive appraisal, Chile could have been 2-0 when Eduardo Vargas rattled the crossbar on 20 minutes with Barcelona goalkeeper Ter Stegen beaten.

Despite the early scare, Germany regained their composure and pushed forward.

When Can broke into the Chile half, his pass to the left wing found Hector, whose hard, low cross was stabbed by Stindl past goalkeeper Johnny Herrera on 41 minutes.

It was Stindl`s second goal in Russia, after he opened the scoring against Australia, to make it 1-1 at the break.

The midfield battle intensified in the second half.

Vidal and Bayer Leverkusen`s Charles Aranguiz shaded the battle with Germany`s defensive midfielder Sebastian Rudy, who will also join Bayern next season, and Liverpool`s Can.

With 20 minutes to go Chile`s Inter Milan midfielder Gary Medel limped off to be replaced by defender Paulo Diaz.

Draxler was a strong figure for the Germans in the attacking midfield role, helping out in defence and constantly looking to put Stindl or Leon Goretzka in space.

Both sides had no more than half-chances to break the deadlock with the group winners to be decided by the weekend`s final round.

West Indies vs India, 1st ODI Preview: Lopsided fixture offers Kohli & Co a chance at redemption

With Jason Holder’s men just about managing to draw the three-match ODI series against Afghanistan 1-1, there is no doubt that the current Indian team are a few notches ahead in terms of quality.

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Port of Spain: Captain Virat Kohli will look to put to rest, all the off-field controversies regarding Anil Kumble’s controversial exit, as India gear up for the first ODI against a second string West Indies, here on Friday.

Ironically, it was the Caribbean Islands, where Anil Kumble’s journey as the chief national coach started but within a year, the team is back without its coach.

Skipper Kohli, whose much publicised difference of opinion with coach Anil Kumble, has grabbed the headlines more than team’s performance in the Champions Trophy, couldn’t have asked for a more convenient opposition than the West Indies, which even struggled against minnows Afghanistan.

A cluster of big wins in the five-match ODI series and single T20 will help Kohli divert the unnecessary attention pinned on him with many ready to make him the ‘fall guy’ in the entire Kumble episode.

This will also be an occasion when Kohli will have complete freedom in team selection as batting coach Sanjay Bangar is not known for giving any tangible inputs save giving throwdowns to the senior players of the side.

With Jason Holder’s men just about managing to draw the three-match ODI series against Afghanistan 1-1, there is no doubt that the current Indian team are a few notches ahead in terms of quality.

Even Kohli knows that well and with BCCI top brass backing him on the Kumble issue, the margin for error is very little for the Indian captain.

A 5-0 whitewash is something that is expected against a side that has a cumulative ODI experience of 213 matches between 13 players with skipper Holder as the most-capped player with 58 matches to his name.

Compare it to a whopping 776 matches collectively between Yuvraj Singh (301), MS Dhoni (291) and Virat Kohli (184), the stark contrast between the two sides is so very distinct.

For India, this series is also an ideal platform to test the team’s bench strength.

With Jasprit Bumrah being rested for the series, it will be an ideal opportunity for the captain to check out Mohammed Shami, who did not get a game during the Champions Trophy.

The pacer has not played any official ODI since the 2015 World Cup semi-final post which he had multiple surgeries and played a few Test matches only.

Shami will be keen to regain his place in the ODI XI and West Indies gives him a proper chance to do so.

With Rohit Sharma also cooling his heels for this series, Kohli may be tempted to bring back Ajinkya Rahane at the top of the order. Rahane has not been in great form in limited overs of late but as a reserve opener, he might get a go.

The other option is to try out young Rishabh Pant, who has had the experience of opening for Delhi in domestic cricket.

Pant is an explosive player and can make good use of the first Powerplay when only two fielders are outside the 30-yard circle.

Also with the Indian selectors planning to groom him as Dhoni’s successor, one might see him being given adequate chances.

The other youngster in the squad, chinaman Kuldeep Yadav may also fancy his chances after West Indies failed to read conventional leg-break bowler Rashid Khan.

Kuldeep may be tried in place of either Ravichandran Ashwin or Ravindra Jadeja — both of whom have been ordinary during the ICC Champions Trophy.

Squads

India: Virat Kohli (captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni (wk), Hardik Pandya, Kedar Jadhav, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik, Umesh Yadav.

West Indies: Jason Holder (captain), Jonathan Carter, Miguel Cummins, Alzarri Joseph, Jason Mohammed, Kieran Powell, Kesrick Williams, Devendra Bishoo, Roston Chase, Shai Hope (wk), Evin Lewis, Ashley Nurse, Rovman Powell.

Match Starts: 6:30 pm IST.

This is why you should include fish in your diet!

A new study has revealed that one should eat fish twice a week because it is good for health and also helps to relieve the symptoms of arthritis.

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New Delhi: How often do you eat fish? Well, a new study has revealed that one should eat fish twice a week because it is good for health and also helps to relieve the symptoms of arthritis.

The finding showed that people who consume fish twice in a week suffered less from swollen or tender joints than those who never ate it.

According to a report in Daily Mail, the study also found that people who ate even more than just two servings of fish were less likely to have rheumatoid arthritis.

Researchers have earlier already said that fish oil supplements like those high in Omega 3 fatty acids also relieve joint pain.

But the researchers wanted to see if the effect was also present when whole fish were eaten.

As per the reports, Dr Sara Tedeschi, lead author of the study in Arthiritis Care and Researc, said that fish consumption has been noted to have many beneficial health effects.

For the study, around 176 rheumatism patients living in Baltimore estimated how often they ate fish over the past year and how big the portion was.

Fish with higher Omega 3 oil content were selected. The fish were tuna, salmon, sardines, raw fish such as sashimi or sushi, and grilled, steamed baked trout, sole, halibut, grouper and poke.

In the study, fried fish were not included as frying reduces Omega 3 content, said researchers.

It is said that the levels of inflammation when measured by tests of a marker in the blood were significantly lower among those eating fish twice or more a week compared to those who never ate it.

‘Jagga Jasoos’ next song ‘Jhumritalaiyya’ is Ranbir Kapoor’s favourite

To add to the magic of music, the makers of ‘Jagga Jasoos’ are all set to release the third song from the film titled ‘Jhumritalaiyya’, which is also lead actor Ranbir Kapoor’s favourite.

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New Delhi: To add to the magic of music, the makers of ‘Jagga Jasoos’ are all set to release the third song from the film titled ‘Jhumritalaiyya’, which is also lead actor Ranbir Kapoor’s favourite.

Excited about the song’s release, the ‘ Tamasha’ star said, “It’s one of my favorite songs. Basically, Katrina Kaif and I have lost all our clothes in fire.”

Talking about the song, Katrina said, “We both end up in baskets. We don’t have any clothes and we have to protect our modesty. We spend rest of that song running around in baskets trying to make sure we are decent because all our clothes got caught in a fire.”

Music composed by Music Director Pritam, the Anurag Basu-directorial marks yet another association of the successful trio- Anurag, Ranbir, and Pritam. The three of them are reuniting again after creating soul warming songs in ‘ Barfii’.

Disney and Pictureshuru Production’s ‘Jagga Jasoos’ is set to release on July 14.

Tubelight: Reasons to watch Salman Khan’s Eid release

As Salman Khan starrer ‘Tubelight’ is all set to hit the silverscreen tomorrow, here’s taking a look at 5 reasons to watch it.

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Mumbai: After enthralling audiences as the muscular wrestler in ‘Sultan’ last year, Salman Khan is back to wow moviegoers with ‘Tubelight’, in which he plays a childlike innocent character.

The film slated to release on June 23, is this year’s Eid release and fans of the superstar are extremely thrilled about it.

As the film is all set to hit the silverscreen tomorrow, here’s taking a look at 5 reasons to watch the it:

Salman Khan – The name is a reason good enough to watch the film.

Salman and Sohail’s Bhaihood – The Real life brothers have teamed up after almost a decade and will be sharing screen space in the film. Their ‘Bhaihood’ in the trailer has already won a million hearts and we are sure the siblings will leave the audiences teary-eyed with their heart-warming chemistry.

Salman and Kabir Khan’s jugalbandi – This is Salman’s third film with Kabir Khan. The duo has delivered blockbusters– ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ and ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ in the past. And going by their track record, ‘Tubelight’ too will prove to be a massive hit.

Salman Khan’s Eid release – Since 2009, Salman has had most of his films releasing on Eid with just 2013 being an exception! From ‘Wanted’ to ‘Dabangg’, ‘Bodyguard’ to ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, ‘Kick’ to Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ and ‘Sultan’, Salman’s films have set the cash registers ringing at the Box Office.

Supporting cast and Shah Rukh Khan’s cameo – ‘Tubelight’ marks the Bollywood launch of Chinese actress Zhu Zhu. The film also stars Matin Rey Tangu, a child artiste from our very own Arunachal Pradesh. Moreover, ‘Tubelight’ happens to be one of late actor Om Puri’s last films!

The film also features talented actor Mohammed Zeeshan Ayub and last but not the least, superstar Shah Rukh Khan will make a cameo appearance.

OnePlus 5 with 8GB RAM, fingerprint sensor launched – All you want to know

Indian fans can rejoice as the phone is set to be launched in the country tomorrow.

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Washington: Chinese phonemaker OnePlus has launched its flagship smartphone –OnePlus 5. The phone was launched at an event in US on Tuesday.

The name OnePlus 5 has been inspired by former NBA player Robert Horry.

OnePlus’s Shenzhen office sports two Horry’s paintings and his “number five” jersey inspired the smartphone’s name.

Meanwhile, Indian fans can rejoice as the phone is set to be launched in the country tomorrow.

The following are the key features of OnePlus 5

Display

5.5 inch 1080p OPTIC AMOLED/dci-P3

Fingerprint Sensor

0.2s Unlocking

Ceramic

Dual Camera

20 + 16 MP

F/2.3 and F/1.7 aperture

Power

Dash Charge

3300 mAh

CPU

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 (upto 2.45 GHz)

RAM

6/8GB

LPDDR4X

Storage

64/128 GB

UFS 2.1 2-LANE

Connectivity

Bluetooth 5.0

NFC

Network

One Global Version

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HP Inc unveils Pavilion, Spectre convertible notebooks with Windows Ink

The new range comes packed with latest 7th gen processors, IPS Full-HD touchscreen display, upto 4GB Nvidia dedicated graphics card and hybrid storage.

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New Delhi: In a bid to deliver customised experiences for millennials, HP Inc on Wednesday introduced a new range of powerful convertible notebooks that feature the unique Windows Ink capabilities.

The portfolio comprises HP Pavillion x360 and HP Spectre x360 and will be available on HP online store, HP World stores, leading e-commerce portals and retail stores.

“The new range of Pavilion and Spectre devices are best fitted for Inking ecosystem. They will truly fulfill the functional and creative needs of students and young working professionals, by giving wings to their imagination and empowering their passion and skills,” Ketan Patel, Senior Director, Personal Systems, HP Inc India told reports here.

HP Pavillion x360 (11.6-inch) will cost Rs 40,290, HP Pavillion x360 (14-inch) Rs 55,290 and HP Spectre x360 13.3-inch for Rs 115,290.

The new range comes packed with latest 7th gen processors, IPS Full-HD touchscreen display, upto 4GB Nvidia dedicated graphics card and hybrid storage.

HP Pavilion x360 features a 7th Gen Intel Core Processor with 1TB HDD+8GB SSD Hybrid storage (avaialble in select models).

With flush glass, multi-touch screen, full size textured island-style keyboard and HP ImagePad, the device comes with image sensors built-in for accurate “Multi-Touch Gesture” support.

The device has upto 10 hours of battery life and supports HP fast charge. It comes with Bang and Olufsen (B&O Play) speakers for rich audio experience along with HP Audio Boost.

The HP Spectre x360 comes with a 7th Gen processor, 16GB RAM with storage upto 512 GB PCIe SSD.

The convertible has “HP Image Pad” and delivers up to 12 hours and 45 minutes battery backup.

The notebook also has Bang and Olufsen Audio with HP Audio Boost and Smart Amp which allows for true Audio Perfection on a PC.

The devices come with HP Active Pen that allows users draw, highlight and write directly on the screen using the Windows Ink capabilities.

HP Active Pen also allows users to personalise social sharing. The feature pairs Inking with Office and comes with a plethora of innovative inking apps as well.

“The notebook line-up with its powerful computing, coupled with gorgeous displays and innovative capabilities, will transform the way people bring-to-life and showcase their ideas,” added Sumeer Chandra, Managing Director, HP Inc India.