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5 Famous Red Light Areas and Their History

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5 Famous Red Light Areas and Their History

As per Wikipedia, the business of prostitution is legal in India. However, there are a lot of illegal prostitution places as well which are fully functional. And if we talk about facts and figures, there has always been a lot of underworld & goons’ stories which are related to prostitutes & the business. Let’s have a look at some of the famous red light areas & their stories.

1. Sonagachi, Kolkata- Asia’s Biggest

Sonagachi, Kolkata- Asia’s Biggest

Asia’s largest red light area with approximately 11,000 prostitute works as per 2012 data. This place was established by British East India Company as their soldier’s wives were back in England and as to satisfy their horny hunger, they used to bring the local widows to work as sex workers. There are hundreds of different brothel stories around. In fact, in 2005- the documentary on Sonagachi won the Oscar for the best documentary named “Born in Brothel: Calcutta’s Red Light Kids”.

2. Kamathipura, Mumbai- The Political Concern

Kamathipura, Mumbai

This is known as the second largest red light area in India after Sonagachi. It was established in 1795 with the name of Lal Bazar which is now known as Kamathipura. It got its name after the ‘Kamathis which means- Workers’’ of the other parts of the country. Due to AIDS concern, Mumbai police and the government decided to reform the policy in order to help prostitutes move out of the business. Back in 1992, there were more than 50,000 active sex workers which are now reduced to 1,600 in 2009. Kamatipura is roughly divided into 14 lanes as per sex worker’s regional & linguistic background. This area had more than 55 thousand voters in 2007 but due to lack of political interference, no one really bothered about them because of which a lot of NGO’s came into the picture to help them out.

3. Meerganj, Allahabad- Unknown Territory

Meergunj, Allahabad

Even we couldn’t find many things about this place as Wikipedia & other sources has nothing but half information about it. This place is known for forced prostitution & illegal works. You can find different varieties here as most of the sex workers come from West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, MP & North-eastern parts of India. On May 17, 2012- With the help of an NGO named ‘Rescue Foundation’, Allahabad police had busted a big sex racket where 19 women were detained. This place is also considered as very dangerous for foreigners and tourists and for a good reason we all know why.

4. G.B. Road, New Delhi- Tech, Food & Sex

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This place is quite famous in New Delhi which stands for “Garstin Bastion Road”. People have their own safe interpretation of G.B. Road such as Gautham Buddha Road, Gul Bahar Road etc. etc. in order to keep it exciting. With over 1,000 active sex workers this is also known as the oldest red light area of India back from Mughals. At that time there were 5 different Kothas/Brothels but when Britishers came into the picture they picked them up & throw them in one place which is now called as G.B. Road. This is just not a regular red area but you can also find machinery parts, automobile parts, hardware, tools and the best non-veg food. Hence, it becomes the deadly combination of technology, food & sex.

5. Chaturbhuj Sthan, Muzaffarpur (Bihar)- Dance Sex Dance

Chaturbhuj Sthan

It is said that this place exists since the Mughals and home t more than 3,500 active sex workers. It got its name after the famous Chaturbhuj Sthan Temple.
This place is believed to be the best place to relax as you will get everything you desire for. When you go there, you’ll find girls performing which is called Mujra and then you can choose the one you like to satisfy your needs. That’s why we named it “Dance Sex Dance”.

There are many NGO’s helping them out with daily life problems & educating them about safe sex.
This article is to help you understand the current situation in India & we request you to say #NoToPaidSex.

Let’s work together and built a new India where there is no rape & no paid sex.

5 Lady Loves in The Life of Ranbir Kapoor Before Alia Bhatt

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Recently, Ranbir Kapoor’s and Alia Bhatt’s alleged link-up started doing the rounds and speculations around their marriage in 2020 have been numerously grabbing headlines in all the Bollywood social sites and newspapers.
We do agree that the duo undoubtedly makes a gorgeous couple but it definitely came as a total surprise when Ranbir shyly and subtly spoke about his “new” relationship status in a recent interview. The cherry of confirmation got added on the cake of rumors when the pair arrived together for Sonam Kapoor’s wedding ceremony.

While we wait for some more pages of this *hush-hush* relationship to get unfold, let’s have a look at this charming boy’s love journey. The list of women that Ranbir has dated in the past is endless. He has earned the title of the ultimate Casanova. All thanks to his genetic good looks and charismatic personality.

1. Avantika Malik:

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We all know her as Imran Khan’s wife but she was reportedly dating Ranbir Kapoor during their teenage years. Ranbir apparently had a huge crush on Avantika and used to land up on the sets of ‘Just Mohabbat’ where his love interest was playing the girlfriend of the protagonist.

2. Nandita Mahtani:

Nandita Mahtani

Jagga Jasoos reportedly had a huge crush on this B-town fashion designer since childhood and hence, the duo dated for a while. The interesting factor is she is not only 10 years elder to him but also the ex-wife of Sanjay Kapoor- Ranbir’s cousin Karisma Kapoor’s husband. Confused! Let’s move ahead.

3. Deepika Padukone:

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One of the long-lasting girlfriends in Ranbir Kapoor’s life. They were the best star couple during their courtship days. Even, after their split, both remained good friends. Must say, we loved their performances together in Imtiaz Ali’s Tamasha.

4. Katrina Kaif:

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It all started on the sets of ‘Ajab Prem Ki Gazab Kahani’. At that time, both of them were seeing different people viz. Deepika Padukone and Salman Khan. The duo even went for a vacation and dated for one year but never admitted the same officially. But we are happy to see them together in Jagga Jasoos.

5. Nargis Fakhri:

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This doe-eyed beauty was named as the cause of Ranbir-Kat break-up. During the shooting of Rockstar and post the release, the duo was often seen hanging out together but soon they parted ways.

Amongst other rumored names in the Ranbir Kapoor’s girlfriend’s list, Ameesha Patel, Sonam Kapoor, Mahira Khan, Kingfisher Calendar Girl Angela, and even Anushka Sharma are quite prominent. But life moves on and time heals every bitter memory; we wish Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor luck for their alleged wedding plans.

5 DIY Ways To Protect Yourself From Air Pollution, Dust Sand Smog

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Delhi witnessed yet another apocalyptic atmospheric condition within just 7 months of duration. The last happened during and post Diwali celebrations. We cannot really avoid being stuck in the hazardous situation but we can definitely take some precautionary steps to minimize the damage.

1. Avoid Outdoors:

Straight from morning walks to outdoor exercises and leisure activities, try and avoid all of it during such conditions. The outdoor air during smog conditions is more hazardous for your respiratory system than ever. If you really want to go out, make sure you drink enough water and fluids to get out the impurities out of your system and wear a mask.

2. Customised Diet:

Vitamin-C

During such drastic condition, include foods rich in Vitamin C, Omega 3 fatty acids, and Magnesium as they help fight allergies and infections. Fruits and vegetables like oranges, pineapple, watermelon, berries, guava, kiwis, cabbage, bell peppers, spinach, okra, and papaya etc. are rich in Vit C and help you stay immune to seasonal allergies.

3. Herbal Tea to the Rescue:

Try to include herbal ginger, lemon and tulsi tea in adequate quantity as they are good for absorbing impurities. Ginger, lemon and tulsi along with honey help you clean the toxic pollutants you inhale with air, out from your system. You can also sip on some Chamomile tea before going to bed to calm down your body muscles as, during extreme polluted air conditions, the pollutants like cadmium and lead make your body restless.

4. Mask it Properly:

The best air pollution masks are N99 VOG mask and N95 air masks but if they are slightly out of the budget then go for the normal ones and change them every week. These face masks filter out the airborne pollutants and dust particles and let you breathe filtered air.

5. Keep Your Surroundings Clean:

“Cleanliness is next to Godliness”, true that! Everyday cleaning and dusting is a must to avoid accumulation of dust particles. According to many experts, often your home harbours more bacteria and dust particles than a public trash can. Home Essentials and appliances like microwave, bed linens and computer systems should be cleaned every week.

10 Bizarre Facts About North Korea and Kim Jong-Un

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North Korea and Kim Jong-Un

Koreans history is just like India-Pakistan division. 1910 onwards till world war II, Korea was ruled by Japanese. On 8th August’1945, the Soviet Union declared war on Japan, as the Soviet troops marched rapidly, and the United States sensed the threat of losing entire Korea, they proposed the 38th parallel as the dividing line between the south & north with ‘Seoul’ the capital will be under American control.
South Korea quickly enhanced their economy and produced market leaders like LG & Samsung but the roar of North Korea was never heard.

Let’s take a look around North Korea:

1. Pot/Joints are legal

Most of what we know about this country is through the reports of outside agencies & it is believed that Cannabis is legal in North Korea and if it is true then its definitely a paradise for weed smokers. We know it may sound a bit fishy but it’s the harsh truth and we have to live with this.

2. Altogether a different Calendar

Can you believe that the calendar in North Korea is based on its founder’s date of birth? Yes, it’s true.
It’s the 21st century for the entire world but it’s 107th Juche in North Korea. They live like aliens on earth.

3. 4 TV Channels

As of August’16, there were only 4 TV channels to choose from and we have more than 1000 channels & we still crib about things.
First- From 1963, Korean Central Television which is believed to the oldest TV channels of North Korea and the only channel which can broadcast outside world news via satellite.
Second- Mansudae Television (year 1973): it can only broadcast the educational programs with occasional advertisements on weekends.
Third- Ryongnamsan Television (Since 1971): This channel broadcast science films in English, television lectures & educational programs in order to learn foreign languages.
Fourth- Sport Channel (Established in 2015): It broadcast sports events & competitions, documentaries and programs about the history.

4. No light in night!

Being an Indian, we know what power cut means. It’s annoying & pathetic. On the other hand, North Korea goes dark at night. We don’t have any particular evidence to prove it but it may be because of energy crisis in the country.

5. Elections to elect from the only candidate standing

Like most of the other countries, North Korea also have the provision of elections every 5 years but you can only choose from the only one standing. Basically, you don’t have a choose be it mayor’s election or governor’s election. North Korean’s will be given one choose and they have to choose it. #NotSoDemocratic

6. Punishment for 3 generations

If you commit a crime in North Korea, you along with your parents, grandparents & kids will be sent to jail. Just in case, you don’t have grandparent then your future generation will spend entire life behind the bars.
What the duck?

7. 28 Websites

North Koreans can only browse 28 websites on the internet. “Kwangmyong” is their intranet which gives you access to the internet. Here’s the catch- Computers are very expensive & one can only buy a computer if they have a permission from the govt. La La!

8. Say ‘no’ to Blue Jeans

Blue colored jeans are banned in North Korea as they think that it’s a symbol of U.S. restraint. If you want to break a rule in North Korea, then please refer to the point number 6.

9. Huge money on Military

With its recent nuclear & missile tests, it is quite evident that North Korea spends a huge amount on military forces estimated around 20% of their GDP.

10. Kim IL- Sung- The Eternal President

After the end of Japanese rule in 1945, he came into power and till 1994, he ruled the country. After his death, in 1998 he was pronounced as the Eternal Supreme Leader of the country which means he will remain president till the end of the world.
They were some of the interesting facts about North Korea, hope you liked it. Stay Tuned for More!

10 FIFA Fast Facts Every Soccer Fan Should Know

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For all the football fans across the globe, the FIFA World Cup is more of a cosmic event. It is not only the most popular soccer event but also reportedly the biggest event after Olympic Games.

Around 200 countries participate in this event which takes place after every four years. It was first held back in the year 1930 in Uruguay and this time, it is happening in Russia.

Let’s know FIFA a little better:

1. Foundation:

FIFA was founded in the year 1904 in Paris with only seven member countries, initially: Spain, France, Sweden, Netherlands, Denmark, Belgium and Switzerland.

2. Inclusion of England and United States:

The Football Associations of England and The United States joined FIFA in the year 1905 and 1913, respectively.

3. First World Cup:

Uruguay hosted the first ever World Cup in 1930 (July 13-30) where thirteen teams participated and Uruguay bagged the trophy.

4. Maximum Number of Wins:

The FIFA World Cup has been held 20 times since its inception in the year 1930 in Uruguay and Brazil has won the trophy for five times. Germany and Italy hold the second place in the maximum wins row with four wins, each.

5. FIFA World Cup Skipped:

During World War II (1939-1945), FIFA World Cup was skipped in 1942 considering the delicate situation. It was then again skipped in the year 1946 keeping the war aftermath in mind.

6. Two Host Nations:

In the whole history of FIFA World Cup, Korea and Japan together hosted the World Cup in the year 2002. Just for once, two countries were host nations.

7. Only Consistent Player:

Brazil is the only country to participate actively in each of the FIFA events.

8. FIFA’s Six Confederations:

The six confederations represent six different regions of the world: CONMEBOL (South America), UEFA (Europe), AFC (Asia), CONCACAF (North and Central America), OFC (New Zealand and South Pacific island nations) and UEFA (Europe).

9. Least Number of Teams Played:

In the year 1930, only 13 teams participated after Scotland, India and Turkey withdrew their names.

10. Ethics Committee:

FIFA established an ethics committee to address allegations and issues like match fixing, betting, bribery and other illegal practices observed before, during and after the matches.
FIFA’s journey till date is as glorious as the game. Let’s cheer for our favourite team and wish others all the best for FIFA World Cup 2018.

10 Reasons To Buy One Plus 6 in 2018

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One Plus 6 is undeniably the most buzz-worthy smartphone of the year till date. Featuring the high-end specs and stylish sleek design, this phone can posses 10 good reasons to buy it:

1. Unbeatable Camera Quality:

Front-Camera-OnePlus6 Rear Camera-One-Plus6

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With a rear dual 16MP+20MP camera, One Plus 6 is known for its sharp and crisp quality images. You can further up your selfie game with the front-facing camera is a 20MP shooter camera.

2. Mesmerising Display:

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A beautiful 6.28-inch display screen with almost negligible bezels is gorgeous and refreshing.

3. Jet-Fast Processor:

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As positioned, ‘The Speed You Need’; One Plus 6 is blazing fast. It runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor which functions at the speed of 2.8GHz.

4. Great RAM and Memory Power:

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With 8 GB RAM, One Plus 6 has a monstrous memory up to 128 GB. And that makes it the fastest amongst the other phones in the market.

5. Smart and Durable Battery:

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One Plaus 6 with 3300mAh battery surely ensures a great battery life and its Dash Charger boosts up your battery in just few minutes.

6. ‘Water Spill? No Worries’:

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An extremely impressive feature to add on the list. All the clumsy smartphone users out there take a note.

7. Super Fast Face Unlock:

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Gone are the days of remembering the phone lock codes or patterns! With super fast face unlock, start using your phone in no time.

8. Functional Dual Sim:

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Unlike other smartphones, here both the sims will work seamlessly.

9. Nostalgic Headphone Jack:

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If you are an audiophile and can’t do away with your premium headpphones, this phone is the best buy for you.

10. Price Perfect To Be Precise:

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Despite possessing such ultra-modern specs and features, the phone is a medium budget phone which is quite surprising but definitely a happy one!

10 Amazing Facts You May Not Know About Haryana

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Hookah

“Doodh dahi ka khana & desham desh Haryana”, this mere sentence can bring smile on your faces but Haryana is just not about rich food & culture.

We listed some of the most prominent facts about Haryana which you may not know.

1. Birth of Haryana:

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Haryana was formed on 1st November 1966 under the Punjab Reorganisation Act (1966). With Justice JC Shah- Shah Commission was formed by the Indian government on 23rd April’1966 to determine the boundaries of Haryana & Punjab as per the language spoken by the people.
According to a serve conducted in 2011, Haryana’s population is over 2.54 crores with area 44,212 km².

2. The First Chief Minister:

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Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma, born in 1918 was elected as the first CM of Haryana on 1st November 1966 after which he was succeeded by Rao Birender Singh on 23rd March 1967.
Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma was known as Panditji & later served our country as the governor of Odisha and Madhya Pradesh. He also participated in the struggle of freedom from 1941-1947. Panditji took his last breath on 22nd February’1993 because of declining health & old age.

3. Chandigarh – The Dispute:

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Chandigarh is well known city & union territory as well but the question is, in which state does Chandigarh falls in?
At the time of formation of Haryana, a recommendation of shah commission came into picture which says, the tehsil of Kharad, which includes Chandigarh should be a part of Haryana. However, a small part of Kharad was untitled to Haryana and Chandigarh was declared as a Union Territory which will serve both the states as the capital.

4. Kala Teetar- Bird of the State:

Black Francolin

I am very sure that you don’t have a clue about this one, isn’t it?
It might be a bit surprising but ‘Black Francolin’ is the state bird of Haryana and also known as ‘Kala Teetar’.
The primary color of Black Francolin or Kala Teetar is black with black breast rufous belly and brown iris eyes which can be seen in every part of Haryana.
One more very important thing is that you will be jailed for 6 months if you kill Black Francolin in Haryana.

5. Musical History:

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Haryana has rich musical tradition consists of two different forms, Classical Folk Music & Desi Folk Music (Country Music of Haryana)
Classical Folk- With close association of Indian Classical Music, the haryanavi classical folk music have produced many folk songs with new innovations to it such as Alha-Khand, Brahmas, Teej festive songs and Phaag songs for Holi.
Desi Folk Songs- I would personally recommend you to go for desi folk as it has different flavors to it such as Raag Bhairvi, Raag Bhairav, Raag Kafi, Raag Jaijaivanti, Raag Jhinjhoti and Raag Pahadi.

Raag/Ragini is meant to send the message across for the greater cause in the form songs.
One of the most famous songs of the history is ‘Tu Raja Ki Rajdulari’ which is based on the conversation between Shivji & Paarwatiji followed by other songs like ‘Hatt Ja Tau’ & ‘Jata Ka Chora’ which is just meant for entertainment.

6. The Origin of Sarcasm:

You may believe it or not but as per my understanding ‘sarcasm’ was invented in Haryana. If you visit Haryana, there is one thing for sure that you’ll never get a start answer to any question.

Sarcasm

For example:

Wife- Khana kha le
Husband- Arey na ek din der se khane se maar jaunga mai… chal aa liya
In fact, in Haryana there is a different full form of GST which is ‘Government School Teacher’ because you don’t understand them either.

7. Gurgaon- Gurugram:

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Gurgaon, which is later renamed as Gurugram for some reason which I don’t know but it is definitely the economical hub of Haryana. Most of the MNC’s & famous companies have their offices located in Gurugram. We can also call it a Mini-Washington as it has all the possible facilities available compared to other cities like Delhi, Faridabad or even Mumbai.
It has Google, HCL, Accenture, WNS, Dabur, Ford and many more. Undoubtedly, Gurugram has produced more job opportunities than any other city in India and still growing at a rapid pace.

8. Hookah- The Pride Symbol:

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Haryanavi people can’t live without Hookah. Even for punishment, there is only one line – ‘Iska Hookah Pani Band karo.’
Hookah is considered as a symbol of pride. There is no such thing called ‘Chai pe characha’ in Haryana, all the talking will take place with Hookah otherwise, end of discussion.

9. Jaat & their effects:

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Nearly 20% of the population in Haryana is Jaat i.e. it is also known as Jaat Bhumi. They are known for their aggressive & illogical behavior but very helpful by nature.

Effects:
– Bhrun Hatya: lack of knowledge can make you do things that you don’t want to do. The impact can be clearly seen by looking at the women-men ration in Haryana (879/1000), they are among the top 10 states.
– Honor Killing: Love marriage is strictly prohibited in some parts of Haryana.
– Khap Panchayat: It was logical till we didn’t had courts in our country but now it makes no sense
Due to such incidents, Haryana’s GDP is at the lower side as of now which is improving day-by-day but there is lot of scope for improvement.

10. Health Freaks:

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Most of the famous athletes were produced by Haryana be it in Kabbadi, Kushti, Hockey, Badminton, Boxing, shooting etc.
There is no life without Dudh, Dahi & Ghee in Haryana. You will find lassi in breakfast, lunch, evening breakfast & dinner. Sometimes it feels like they can have milk & buttermilk will sleeping as well.
Cuisines in Haryana consist of Daal with Ghee, Roti with Ghee, Sabji with Ghee, Lassi with Malai (use to produce ghee) and goor/good.

That’s it folks. Let us know if you find these facts interesting.

5 Key Players To Watch Out For in The Only Test, India Vs Afghanistan

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India Vs Afghanistan

After beating Bangladesh by 3-0 in the T20 series, Afghanistan would love upset India as well on their test debut.

1. Dinesh Karthik 2.0

After a long wait of 8 years, finally Dinesh Karthik returns in the test squad. He has to prove himself & make the most of the opportunity. It’ll be interesting to see how he will cope-up with his ex-wife’s present husband Murali Vijay. Hope this rivalry won’t hurt other player’s performance. Fingers crossed!

2. Shardul Thakur- The Debutant

Hailing from the small town of Palgarh, Maharashtra,Thakur use to travel nearly a hundred kilometers to Mumbai to pursue his cricketing dreams. Thakur’s journey has been one of perseverance and hard work. Hence, he has all the right be nervous but excited at the same time.

3. Rashid Khan- One Man Army

Rashid Khan perhaps has claims to the best cricketing teenager of his times. At eighteen, he not only is an indispensable ration for the Afghanistan cricket team but also a star in Indian Premier League, a market where money matters the most.

4. Karun Nair- Accidental Star

Nair is the 2nd Indian cricketer to score a triple hundred but somehow he lost his charm & have been struggling to score run at International level. Even in the IPL where he had moved to Delhi Daredevils and even become captain at one point, Karun couldn’t bounce back completely. He will be one of the guy keep an eye on.

5. Ajinkya Rahane- The lost talent

He has an impressive test record playing outside India but somehow he managed to drag himself down in home conditions. Though, he will be captaining the young India team against Afghanistan but he may miss the run machine “Virat Kohli” & swing sensation “Bhuvneswar Kumar.”

After the win over Bangladesh, Afghanistan’s morale will be on the top floor but on the other side; we have India who would love to make them taste the real test experience. #IndiavsAfghanistan

10 Best Air Conditioners Available in Indian Market

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10 Best Air Conditioners

Making an appropriate purchase for air-conditioners is not an easy task as it may seems! There are some essential factors which you need to keep in mind before going for the real shopping spree:

  • The size of the AC
  • Energy efficiency
  • Type of AC: Split or Window and Inverter AC
  • Voltage Stabiliser dependency
  • Miscellaneous factors like cleaning filters, using room fresheners and maximizing the output e.tc.

Now, based on all these factors, we will have a look at the best air-conditioners available in India:

  1. Samsung AR12MC3JAMC 1 Ton Split AC


This is one of the best models from tech-giant Samsung. It not only lets you cool the interiors but also controls the amount of humidity during monsoons.

  1. Whirlpool 1 Ton 5 Star Split AC


Equipped with path-breaking technology, Whirlpool’s turbo mode provides the ‘best in industry’ instant and faster cooling.

  1. Voltas SAC 173IY 1.4 Ton Split AC


This one is perfect for your household as it delivers best cooling and possesses great capacity while consuming very minimal electrical power. It comes with a remote and a sleep mode for better utilization.

  1. Voltas 1.5 Ton 3 Star Inverter Split AC


The best part of this model is it provides cooling comfort in every possible weather conditions. All thanks to its intelligent heating system, insta cool compressor and active dehumidifier features.

  1. LG JS-Q18AFXD Dual Inverter Split AC


This one comes with special Himalaya cooling technology which offers you smart airflow for instant full-room cooling and monsoon comfort technology to keep humidity under check.

  1. Godrej 1.5 Ton 3 Star Split AC


Designed with 100% copper condenser and air-flow pipes, it is one of the most user-friendly AC models. It is energy efficient, strong coolant, and also works as a perfect dehumidifier using the dry mode.

  1. O General ASGA18FTTA-1.5 Hyper Tropical Split AC


This brand is gradually acquiring a good name because if the amazing offerings at a pocket-friendly price. It comes with a rotating compressor, twin filter and automatic restart option.

  1. Mitashi 1.5 Ton 5 Star Split AC


Highly environment-friendly, this one offers 2-way swing system for vertical flow of air along with turbo cooling mode for faster and energy efficient chilling.

  1. Hitachi Neo 5200F RAU518HWDD 1.5 Ton AC


It uses power air stream flap which basically makes the ‘airflow’ spread into the room evenly. The broad angle louvers and the upright auto swing are amazing.

  1. Blue Star 5HW18ZARTX 1.5 Ton AC


Best for the urban areas, this one defends the cooling system from the fluctuating voltages and consumes less energy, comparatively.

Remember, before making a purchase, do your research according to your necessities carefully.

5 Best Cars Between 6-10 Lakhs

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This is the largest selling price range in India. In this range, you can go for a compact hatchback to sub-4-meter SUVs to sexy looking sedans. Almost all the automobile manufacturers have their products placed in this segment. We have prepared a list for you to make your life a bit easier & simpler.

1. Maruti Ciaz- The best-selling car of 2017-18

Maruti has done a splendid job in the mid-size sedan segment. Ciaz originally came into the picture as a replacement of Maruti Suzuki SX4 covering all the aspects of a sedan. With its classy looks & sharp features it has become the first choice for the consumers.

Key features:

Petrol Diesel
Engine 1.4L (91 bhp- 130 Nm) 1.3 L DDiS200(89 bhp- 200Nm)
Transmission 5-Speed MT/4-Speed AT 5-Speed MT
Mileage 20.73 kmpl/19/12 kmpl 28.09 kmpl
Price (ex-showroom Delhi) Rs. 7.83 – 10.63 lakh Rs. 9.50 – 11.62 lakh

 

2. Ford EcoSport- The Game Changer

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It’s the very car that started the compact SUV storm in India. EcoSport is one the great revolutions in Indian car selling segments as it offers everything you desire for fewer than 10 lakhs. Smart looks, heavy metal body, powerful engine & elegance.

Key features:

Petrol Diesel
Engine 1.5 L Ti-VCT (110 bhp-140 Nm) 1.5 L TDCi (99 bhp-205 Nm)
Transmission 5-speed MT or 6-speed DCT 5-speed MT
Mileage 15.8 kmpl 22.7 kmpl
Price (ex-showroom Delhi) Rs. 7.77-11.31 lakh Rs. 8.37-11.00 lakh

 

3. Hyundai Elite i20- Family Car

Out of current hatchback cars available in India, we thing Elite i20 is worth spend money on. It offers the best quality comfort with some classy cabin & huge boot space. With the new 2018 update, i20 now comes with several elegant modifications such as dual air-bags and ABS with EBD.

Key Features:

Petrol Diesel
Engine 1.2 L (82 bhp-115 Nm) 1.4 L TDCi (89 bhp-220 Nm)
Transmission 5-speed MT 6-speed MT
Mileage 18.6 kmpl 22.54 kmpl
Price (ex-showroom Delhi) Rs. 5.35-7.91 lakh Rs. 6.73-9.16 lakh

 

4. Volkswagen Polo GT TSI- A German Initiative

Some might find polo GT ASI in our list a bit surprising however, consumers looking for a fun & comfort drive in a small-car within their budget, there is nothing else on offer. One of the sexiest hatchback on sale in India, Polo GT TSI combines the standard cars.

Key Features:

Type Petrol
Engine 1.2 L Turbocharged (103 bhp-175 Nm)
Transmission 7-speed DSG
Mileage 16.47 kmpl
Price (ex-showroom Delhi) Rs. 9.20 lakh

 

5. Tata Nexon- A nightmare

Tata Nexon is definitely a nightmare to all the SUVs available in this segment. With the trust of TATA & its powerful looks has somehow managed to catch eyes of the consumers. It’s definitely more fun driving with its smart features. We personally think TATA has made it clear to the other automobile manufacturers that they are not going to let it go easily.

Key Features:

Type

Petrol Diesel

Engine

108.5bhp@5000rpm 88.5bhp@4000rpm

Transmission

7-speed DSG

6-speed MT

Mileage 16.47 kmpl

22.54 kmpl

Price (ex-showroom Delhi) Rs.6.16 – 9.41 Lakh

7.16 Lakh – 10.39 Lakh

 

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