Photo courtesy: @RajkundraSussaneKhan instagram

Hrithik Roshan’s X-Wife Suzanne Khan made a delicious cake, Impress Raj Kundra gave a fun offer

Photo courtesy: @RajkundraSussaneKhan instagram

Photo courtesy: @RajkundraSussaneKhan instagram

Sussanne Khan has shared a video on Instagram, in which she is seen making cakes. Raj Kundra, in a commentary, asked Suzanne if she would like to sell cake at his Mumbai-based high-end restaurant?

Mumbai Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan X-Wife Sussanne Khan is showing her talent on social media these days. Suzanne is spending time with her children in the lockdown. In such a situation, she is baking cakes to impress her children. However, due to this talent, Shilpa Shetty’s husband, rather than her children, has been impressed, and has also made an offer to Suzanne. Sussanne Khan Has shared a video on Instagram, in which she is seen making cakes. In the video, Suzanne first puts the cake in the oven, then after a while take it out and decorate it with cream. Pasting the video, Suzanne wrote in the caption, “Working with your hands is like rejuvenation for your soul … # sogratefulformynest #lockdownsunday #Forthebakerinme.” Celebs are commenting heavily on this post by Suzanne Khan. Among them all Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra’s comment caught everyone’s attention.

Raj Kundra, in a commentary, asked Suzanne if she would like to sell cake at his Mumbai-based high-end restaurant? Raj wrote, ‘Yama! Can we sell them in Bastian (restaurant), please. Replying to Raj’s comment, Suzanne wrote, “Why not Raj Kundra, I think we should make a desert there.” With this, Suzanne also shared smiling emojis. Please tell that these days Raj Kundra is Corona positive and is home quarantine. Recently, Suzanne Khan shared her ‘Pathani Look’ on social media. This look of Suzanne was well liked among her fans, not only that Hrithik Roshan also liked the pathani style of the X-Wife. Suzanne was seen posing in a stunning style in this Pathani suit. Hrithik Roshan also praised him through a comment after seeing the Pathani look of the X-Wife. Hrithik Roshan wrote, commenting – ‘Super look.’

Portrait mural of Job Maseko

The South African WW2 hero who didn’t get a Victoria Cross


A mural now commemorates Job Maseko in his hometown of Springs

South African World War Two hero Job Maseko was denied the highest military award because he was black, campaigners believe, and his family have backed a push to get him the posthumous honour.

War hero Lance Corporal Job Maseko died a poor man in 1952.

Struck by a train in a tragic accident aged just 36 his exploits were in danger of being forgotten.

A decade earlier, while a prisoner of war, he used an improvised explosive to blow up a German freighter docked in Tobruk, Libya.

Once back in South Africa, his treatment, compared to white veterans, reflected the racist policies of the time – and there are some who believe this extended to how he was honoured for his act of bravery.

He was awarded the Military Medal “for meritorious and courageous action” but Bill Gillespie, who thinks he was blocked from receiving the Victoria Cross (VC), the highest honour, is campaigning to get it upgraded.

‘Sorrow and pride’

Maseko’s family support the move.

“I’m very proud of what he did but at the same time, there’s sorrow. If he were a white soldier we believe he would’ve received the [higher] award,” his niece Jennifer Nkosi Maaba tells the BBC while laying flowers at his grave.

Woman by a headstone

Maseko’s niece Jennifer Nkosi Maaba believes that racism played a role in her uncle not receiving the Victoria Cross

About 80,000 black South Africans served in the Native Military Corps (NMC). After the war, they were given bicycles and boots, and sometimes a suit, as a reward. White soldiers received housing and land.

The South African authorities were also reluctant to celebrate and highlight Maseko’s action as it “represented the possibilities of empowerment offered by military service that the state wanted to curtail”, according to historian Suryakanthie Chetty.

Members of the NMC were not issued firearms, but could carry traditional weapons, and served as non-combatants, working as labourers, guards or in a medical role.

Maseko, himself, was a stretcher bearer for the allied forces in North Africa, where he rescued wounded men often under heavy fire.

Blowing up a ship

But he became a prisoner of war in June 1942 when his commander surrendered to the Germans in Tobruk. There he was put to work on the docks unloading supplies.

Using knowledge that he had picked up working in gold mines in South Africa, on 21 July Maseko filled a small tin with gunpowder and placed it near some petrol drums in the hold of a ship which sank after the explosion, according to the official citation that went with his Military Medal.

He “displayed ingenuity, determination and complete disregard of personal safety from punishment by the enemy or from the ensuing explosion which set the vessel alight”.

“He deserves more than a pair of boots and a bicycle for his bravery… He deserves the Victoria Cross because his courage put South Africa’s military prowess on the map,” Ms Nkosi Maaba says, reflecting on her uncle’s actions of nearly 80 years ago.

Mr Gillespie, who is behind efforts to get a VC for Maseko, believes that the veteran’s skin colour meant the highest possible award was blocked by South Africa.

“I’m absolutely certain of that… the Military Medal was just a consolation prize,” says the campaigner, whose father also fought for South Africa in World War Two.

Neville Lewis, South Africa’s official war artist during the conflict, alleged that Maseko was “recommended for a Victoria Cross but being ‘only an African’ he had received the Military Medal instead”, according to JS Mohlamme, writing in South Africa’s Military History Journal.

Memorial programme for Job Maseko

Job Maseko was remembered in a memorial service a few months after his death

The curator of the National Museum of Military History, which prominently displays Maseko’s portrait, agrees that he should have got a higher award.

“The sad reality is that black South Africans who volunteered to be part of the army just like their white counterparts were treated unfairly. Personally I think that Mr Maseko should’ve got the VC,” Alan Sinclair tells the BBC.

But according to the head of the Victoria Cross Trust, which works to preserve the memories of those awarded the medal, there may have been other reasons for him not receiving the highest honour.

“There’s no doubt that what Job did in terms of the sabotage of the ship was exceptionally dangerous and would’ve probably have led to his death had he been caught,” Keith Lumley says.

“However at the moment it doesn’t seem to quite hit the level of a VC because it wasn’t witnessed. While there’s no doubt that he did what he did… but nobody actually saw him do it. I just get the sense from what I’ve read that his Military Medal was a reflection of his actions.”

As for the UK’s ministry of defence, it seems unlikely that it will at the moment upgrade the award.

While acknowledging the bravery of all African servicemen and women in World War Two, a spokesperson told the BBC in an email that “we cannot consider retrospective awards because we are unable to confirm the circumstances or compare the merits between cases that took place so many years ago”.

‘Statue for Job’

Mr Gillespie’s efforts to get the ministry to change its mind hit a setback when a petition to try and raise the issue in the UK’s parliament was rejected on a technicality. It was turned down as these types of petitions cannot call for someone to get an award.

But he believes more should be done to commemorate Maseko’s gallantry.

“We’re busy arguing about removing statues but how about we put one up for Job… that way he’ll always be remembered.”

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And Mr Lumley offers some hope.

He points out that Teddy Sheean of the Australian Navy was awarded a VC in November last year following 50 years of lobbying by his family for an act that took place in 1942.

“So in Job’s case I’m not saying he hasn’t earned the VC but more work needs to be done to find those extra details that would cause the VC to be appropriate.”

But in his home town, the Kwa-Thema township in Springs, Maseko’s legacy lives on. A main road and a primary school have been named after him and a large mural with his portrait has also been painted.

At his graveside, his niece is obviously pleased about the renewed attention his story is getting.

Turning to the headstone Ms Nkosi Maaba proudly says: “Your memory lives on uncle, continue resting in peace.”

Nomsa Maseko is a distant relative of Job but has not played any part in the campaign backed by his close family.

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Lenovo Go PC Accessory Range Unveiled Featuring a Wireless Multi-Device Mouse and USB Type-C Laptop Power Bank

Lenovo Go PC Accessory Range Unveiled Featuring a Wireless Multi-Device Mouse and USB Type-C Laptop Power Bank


Lenovo has announced a new range specifically for its PC accessories line predicting that the new ‘hybrid model’ is the future. The company is calling it Lenovo Go and the range will include products made for better mobile productivity, while keeping a hybrid workforce ecosystem in mind. The announced accessories in the Lenovo Go range are the Lenovo Go USB Type-C Laptop Power Bank and Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse. The power bank offers a capacity of 20,000mAh.

The Lenovo Go USB Type-C Laptop Power Bank is priced starting at $89.99 (roughly Rs. 6,600) and will be available from June 2021. On the other hand, the Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse is priced at $59.99 (roughly Rs. 4,400) and will also be available sometime next month. The company also teases the arrival of audio products, with the company hinting at a new pair of headphones on the company site.

The Lenovo Go USB Type-C Laptop Power Bank has 20,000mAh capacity with a 65-watt power output. The company claims that it takes about 3 hours to fully charge the power bank and it enables you to simultaneously charge up to 3 devices via dual USB Type-C ports and one USB Type-A port. The dual USB Type-C capabilities can also charge up to 2 devices while recharging the power bank itself. The cable is fixed into the device itself eliminating the need to carry an extra cable.

Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse can be paired with up to 3 devices and users can switch between them easily with a push of a button. Beyond 3-device pairing, you can use a Lenovo Unified Pairing Receiver to connect other devices with one dongle. The company claims that it can be used on nearly any surface and rarely runs out of battery, thanks to its blue optical sensor on board. This mouse features an adjustable DPI sensitivity, a programmable utility button with shortcuts configured for TEAMS meetings by default. The Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse offers two months of use on a single 1.5 hours of charge, thanks to support for both wired USB Type-C and wireless Qi charging. Connectivity options include 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth v5.

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Thousands of people have begun to march through Hyde Park, central London, in solidarity with the people of Palestine.

Organisers say immediate action is needed from the UK government to help end the “brutal” violence against the Palestinian people.

At least 126 people have been killed in Gaza, including 31 children, after a spiral of violence that began with the eviction of Arabs from the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood in east Jerusalem. In Israel at least seven people have been killed, including one child.

Saturday is the Palestinian Nakba day, marking the anniversary of the expulsion of hundreds of thousands of Arabs from their homes more than 70 years ago.

A boy waves a Palestine flag as demonstrators attend a protest in London. Photograph: Henry Nicholls/Reuters

Protesters gathered at Speakers’ Corner, Hyde Park, and will march to the Israeli embassy at Palace Green, Kensington. The MPs Jeremy Corbyn, Zarah Sultana and Diane Abbott are among the scheduled speakers.

The demonstration has been organised by Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Friends of Al-Aqsa, Palestinian Forum in Britain, Stop the War Coalition, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and the Muslim Association of Britain.

A spokesperson said: “It is vital that the UK government takes immediate action. It must stop allowing Israel’s brutal violence against and oppression of the Palestinian people to go unpunished.

“The bombardment of Gaza which is killing civilians including children is a war crime. It is occurring in the context of the illegal forced displacement of families in Jerusalem and attacks on Palestinian citizens of Israel by far-right groups including illegal settlers from the West Bank.

“The UK government is complicit in these acts as long as it continues to offer Israel military, diplomatic and financial support. Such support must end with a minimum start being an end to the two-way arms trade and trade with illegal Israeli settlements.”

On Tuesday, there were tensions as thousands of protesters waving Palestinian flags and carrying placards marched from Westminster to the Israeli embassy were met with a small number of pro-Israel counter protesters. Five people were arrested.

The organisers of Saturday’s demonstration said they expected up to 20,000 people.

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    Mi 11X Pro Review: Flagship Features, Value Price

    The Mi 11X Pro could potentially be a disruptive phone in the market thanks to its hardware and aggressive price. It fits the definition of a flagship killer thanks to its top-of-the-line Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor and a 108-megapixel camera at a starting price of Rs 39,999. Naturally, this looks very appealing to those who care a lot about specifications. So does the Mi 11X Pro offer the kind of value for money that will make its competitors take notice? I’ve tested it to find out.

    Mi 11X Pro price in India

    The base variant of the Mi 11X Pro is priced at Rs. 39,999 in India and has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The higher variant with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage is priced at Rs. 41,999 which makes it only slightly more expensive. Xiaomi offers the Mi 11X Pro in the same three colours as the Mi 11X: Lunar White, Cosmic Black, and Celestial Silver.

    Mi 11X Pro design

    The Mi 11X Pro looks identical to the Mi 11X (Review) and it would be hard to tell these two apart. The Mi 11X Pro sports a big 6.67-inch AMOLED display with thin bezels all around. Xiaomi has also tried to keep the size of the camera hole down, and I did not find it distracting. The Mi 11X Pro is slim and has curved sides which make it comfortable to hold. Its weight is manageable at 196g.

    Xiaomi has used Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for the front and the back, which should be able to resist scratches to some extent. The frame of the Mi 11X is made out of polycarbonate, with the fingerprint scanner and volume buttons on the right side, I found these buttons to be well positioned. My thumb rested naturally on the fingerprint scanner while holding the Mi 11X Pro, which made unlocking it very easy. While the side-mounted fingerprint scanner is well placed, I am surprised to see Xiaomi not opting for an in-display one at this price level.

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    My Celestial Silver unit has a gradient finish at the back


    There are no buttons on the left of the frame. Xiaomi has gone with stereo speakers at the top and the bottom. An IR emitter is neatly integrated into one of the holes of the speaker grille at the top. The SIM tray, USB Type C port and main speaker are on the bottom. Xiaomi has made this smartphone IP53 dust and water-resistant, and there is a small rubber seal around the SIM tray to help keep water out.

    You get a 4,520mAh battery on the Mi 11X Pro. Xiaomi bundles a 33W charger in the box and promises short charging times.

    I had a Celestial Silver unit of the Mi 11X Pro, which has a gradient finish at the back and looks flashy. The phone did not pick up smudges very easily and I did not have to wipe it frequently. Apart from the colour, the one thing that did grab my attention very often was the big camera module at the back. It protrudes quite a bit, causing the device to rock when placed on a flat surface.

    Mi 11X Pro specifications

    The Mi 11X Pro boasts of some impressive specifications. It has a full-HD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz maximum refresh rate. This is an HDR10+ Samsung AMOLED panel with a peak brightness of 1300nits. The gorgeous display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5.

    Powering the Mi 11X Pro is the Snapdragon 888 processor, which is the best that Qualcomm has to offer right now. This processor is also seen in the Mi 11 Ultra (Review), OnePlus 9 series (Review) and the recently launched iQoo 7 Legend. Xiaomi has paired the Snapdragon 888 processor with 8GB of RAM, and you get to choose between 128GB and 256GB storage variants. Storage isn’t expandable, and given the small difference in the prices of the two variants, I would recommend that you pick the 256GB option.

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    The Mi 11X Pro has a hole punch for the selfie camera


    The Mi 11X Pro is 5G-ready and has two Nano-SIM slots, it also has support for Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6, dual 4G VoLTE, and six satellite navigation systems including our homegrown NavIC.

    Xiaomi ships the Mi 11X Pro with MIUI 12 on top of Android 11. My unit was running MIUI 12.0.1 and had the April Android security patch which was the latest at the time of this review. The UI is similar to that of any other Xiaomi smartphone running MIUI 12, and there aren’t any major changes that stand out. Xiaomi still preloads a number of apps on the device and also suggests installing more bloat via GetApps during setup. The ‘Glance’ lockscreen carousel shows promotional content, and there’s an option to disable it during setup which I chose to do. I did notice some spammy notifications during the review period, which was annoying.

    Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro performance

    The Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro has a gorgeous AMOLED display, and watching content on it felt engaging. Thanks to the 120Hz refresh rate, scrolling was super smooth. Colours were punchy and I could tweak the output quite easily. I found the display to be bright enough outdoors and did not encounter any issue with sunlight legibility.

    Xiaomi has gone with stereo speakers which do justice to the display. These speakers are loud enough to fill a small room but they didn’t sound very full. There is Dolby Atmos, and toggling this has a noticeable impact on audio. Xiaomi’s side-mounted fingerprint scanner is quick to unlock the smartphone and it never failed during the review period.

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    The Mi 11X Pro has stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support


    Considering the top-of-the-line hardware, benchmark scores weren’t surprising. In AnTuTu, the Mi 11X Pro managed 780,671 points which is almost as high as the Mi 11 Ultra’s score. In Geekbench 5’s single and multi-core tests, it managed 1,136 and 3,246 points respectively. The Mi 11X Pro also scored 113fps and 60fps in GFXBench’s T-Rex and Car Chase tests respectively.

    Given the hardware, the Mi 11X Pro should be able to run every app and game on the Play Store. I played Call of Duty Mobile on the Mi 11X Pro and it defaulted to the Very High setting for graphics and the High preset for frame rate. I did bump the frame rate up to Very High and the game was still easily playable. I did not notice any slowdowns or stutters. I played for 20 minutes and noticed that the top half of the phone became slightly warm to the touch.

    Battery life on the Mi 11X Pro was good and the phone lasted me for over a day very easily. In our HD video loop test, it managed to run for 14 hours and 53 minutes which is only slightly longer than what the Samsung Galaxy S21 (Review) managed. Xiaomi’s bundled 33W charger is quick to charge the Mi 11X Pro but the device tends to get hot in the process. The charger got the phone to 64 percent in 30 minutes and to 99 percent in an hour.

    Mi 11X Pro camera performance

    The Mi 11X Pro has a triple camera system with the highlight being a 108-megapixel primary camera with an f/1.75 aperture. There is also an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera with an f/2.2 aperture and a 119-degree field of view, and a 5-megapixel “telemacro” camera with an f/2.4 aperture and 2X zoom. For selfies, the Mi 11X Pro has a 20-megapixel front camera with an f/2.45 aperture that sits in a tiny hole on the display. The Mi camera app remains unchanged from what we’ve seen before, and switching between different shooting modes is easy. Switching to the Macro camera toggle is still a two-step process and I think it might be hard for people to find this option. Xiaomi should have listed it as a mode with all the others instead.

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    The camera module protrudes significantly on the Mi 11X Pro


    The Mi 11X Pro was quick to lock focus and the AI could detect what I had the camera pointed towards. Photos taken with the Mi 11X Pro in daylight were good. It captures details quite well though I wish it had better dynamic range. It also seems that this smartphone sharpens photos in post-processing, causing some loss in quality in the shadows. Photos are saved at 12-megapixels by default, but you do have the option to shoot at the full 108-megapixel resolution. These shots were not as bright as the pixel-binned 12-megapixel ones, but had better details on magnifying later.

    Mi 11X Pro daylight camera sample (tap to see larger image)

    Mi 11X Pro ultra-wide angle camera sample (tap to see larger image)


    The ultra-wide angle camera doesn’t offer the same kind of quality, but you can capture a very wide field of view which could help when shooting tricky compositions. The output did have some distortion at the edges.

    Mi 11X Pro closeup sample (tap to see larger image)

    Mi 11X Pro portrait sample (tap to see larger image)


    Close-up shots taken with the Mi 11X Pro had good colour reproduction and the phone managed to capture textures quite well. Portraits had good edge detection and I could set the level of blur before taking a shot. The “telemacro” camera is a good addition, as it lets people take macros without going too close to the subject.

    Mi 11X Pro macro camera sample (tap to see larger image)


    Low-light shots were decent, and the Mi 11X Pro does a good job of keeping noise under control. There is no unnecessary sharpening here. Shots taken in the Night mode were brighter with better details in the shadows. The ultra-wide angle camera did not fare well in low light and is better left unused in such situations.

    Mi 11X Pro lowlight sample (tap to see larger image)

    Mi 11X Pro night mode sample (tap to see larger image)


    Selfies turned out well but these are softened since beautification is enabled by default. I did shoot selfies in portrait mode too, and these had good edge detection. Selfies taken at night also turned out well enough.

    Mi 11X Pro selfie portrait camera sample (tap to see larger image)

    Mi 11X Pro lowlight selfie portrait camera sample (tap to see larger image)


    Video recording tops out at 8K 30fps for the primary camera and 1080p 60fps for the selfie camera. Footage was well stabilised at 1080p as well as 4K, in daylight though low-light footage had a visible shimmer effect. The camera app has a dual-video feature that lets you shoot using the primary and the selfie cameras simultaneously. This might be useful for vloggers, but footage from the selfie camera didn’t seem stabilised.


    Xiaomi seems to have taken a page out of OnePlus’ book and has come up with a flagship killer. The company has not skimped on hardware. In fact, the Mi 11X Pro is better equipped than the OnePlus 9R when it comes to the performance that they offer for the same price.

    Apart from the Snapdragon 888 processor, the Mi 11X Pro also offers an excellent AMOLED display, stereo speakers, decent cameras, and an IP53 rating. The UI is one place that could do with some polish and thankfully, MIUI 12.5 which should reduce clutter and promotions, has already been announced.. Xiaomi could have offered faster charging just like the competition to sweeten the deal further.

    For those looking for a powerful smartphone priced at around Rs. 40,000 the Mi 11X Pro will offer a lot of value. Given the small difference in price between the two variants, I would recommend going for the one with more storage. For those looking at better software support, the OnePlus 9R (Review) still makes sense given OnePlus’ track record. The similarly specced iQoo 7 Legend could be another alternative to the Mi 11X Pro.

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    Gal Gadot and Bilquis Bano.

    80-year-old Bilkis Banu aka Bilkis Dadi, who emerged as the face of protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act in Shaheen Bagh, was included in the list of ‘My Personal Wonder Woman’ by Hollywood actress Gal Gadot is.

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    New Delhi. 80-year-old Bilkis Bano aka Bilkis Dadi, who emerged as the face of protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh for months Wonder Woman (My Personal Wonder Woman) ‘is included in the list. Gadot, who recently appeared in the film ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, shared pictures of girls and women identified with her work around the world on her Instagram page. She wrote, ‘I am saying goodbye to 2020 while sharing my list of amazing women. Some of these are my close friends, some family women and some women I have been inspired and met while some women I hope to meet in the future. Sharing the same picture of Bilkis Bano, the 35-year-old actress gave the wrong information and wrote, “Seeing this 82-year-old activist fighting for women’s rights in India, it seems that there is no age to fight for the right.”

    Though he later deleted that story, Bilkis is still a part of his post. Earlier this year, Bilkis Bano, known as Shaheen Bagh’s grandmother, was included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2020. Gadot’s ‘My Personal Wonder Woman’ list also includes her ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ director Patty Jenkins, newly elected Vice President of the United States Kamala Harris, New Zealand Prime Minister Jessinda Arden, head of vaccine research at Pfizer, Katherine Johnson and an activist Sophia Scarlett Are included.