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.

Wonder Woman of Hollywood is a fan of Bilkis Bano, said- I wish I could meet him sometime

Gal Gadot and Bilquis Bano.

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.

Corona virus: How often should one gargle to avoid corona. Learn the advantages and disadvantages

People are taking various measures to avoid corona. Many people are adopting home remedies. People are taking steam, drinking decoction, gargling, so as to stay away from the corona. Some people feel that the corona virus will not affect them or the corona virus will come out. But is it true? Know what is the opinion of the experts on this.

Why should garbage?
Doctors say that garbage clears the dirt present in the throat. If the throat is bad or there is any kind of swelling, then it is relaxed by gargling. Although nowadays people are thrashing with salt and turmeric water but till now this information has not been revealed that corona virus will die from it. Experts say that Garra is essential for oral hygiene. If you have a cold or a sore throat, you may benefit from a sore throat. & Nbsp;

Disadvantages of too much garbage?

If you are growing too much, you may also suffer many losses. & Nbsp;

1- People of high blood pressure should not gargle with too much salt water, this may affect blood pressure. Your body starts absorbing salt which can affect BP. & nbsp;

2- Some people gargle several times a day, there may be swelling in their throat. Therefore, you should avoid gargling more.

3- Gargling with too much hot water can cause your throat ulcers. Therefore, one should not gargle with very hot water.

4 – Repeated sore throat can occur if gargling with hot water again and again. Some people may also have mouth blisters and rashes. & Nbsp;

How often and when to gargle?

If you have any problem in your throat, the doctor may ask you to gargle several times a day. But a normal person should gargle in the morning or evening or 3 times a day. Doctors recommend gargling after eating. You can gargle after breakfast, lunch and dinner. Take care that the water is not too hot. If you want, you can also gargle with normal water. Doing gargling will give you relief in problems like cold, sore throat. With this you can keep the oral hygiene. & Nbsp;

How is garbage better?

Gargle with Betadine – If your throat is sore, there is any swelling in the throat or there is pain in the throat, then you gargle with Betadine in water. Betadine is an antibacterial drug to relieve infection. & Nbsp;

Gargle with salt water – If you do not have any problem then you can gargle by adding 1 pinch of salt in lukewarm water. You should not gargle more than 3 times a day. & Nbsp;

Gargle with turmeric water – Turmeric has anti-septic and anti-bacterial properties. Many problems are overcome by this. You can gargle by adding the right amount of turmeric. But overuse of it can also do harm. & Nbsp;

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Schools ditch student mask requirements in growing numbers


Many parents in school districts where masks have become voluntary also are concerned. AP Photo

As a lengthy, bitter fight over mask requirements for students neared its conclusion, the chairperson of a Florida school board announced that she would agree to lift a mandate that had been in place since September even though she preferred leaving it in place until the end of the academic year. Parents hurled insults in response.
“Communist! Democrat!,” opponents of making children wear masks in school shouted as Ueberschaer and the district superintendent said at a May 3 meeting that they still considered masks advisable. “This is Santa Rosa County, America, not China!”
Moments later, the Santa Rosa school board voted unanimously to make masks optional for all grades effective immediately, joining dozens of other U.S, communities in declaring that masks were or would soon no longer be mandatory for students.
The debates have been emotional and highly divisive around the country, in some cases leading to the involvement of police. A few beleaguered school boards, caught between the demands of anti-mask parents and the appeals of employee unions, eliminated student mask rules only to reverse or revise the decisions. Where many see a continued need to protect children who aren’t vaccinated against COVID-19, opponents argue that masks make students uncomfortable and mandates impinge on freedom.
“The mask is a personal choice, and I wore it at the beginning, but I just decided that it wasn’t about the mask anymore,” said Cynthia Licharowicz, a Milton, Florida, parent who opposed Santa Rosa County’s rule. “So I decided to take it off, and I wanted my child to have the same choice.”
The dustups highlight competing risk narratives 14 months into the pandemic: Even as a number of US schools remain closed to minimize infections, districts in states from Alabama to Wyoming decided to ditch student mask mandates. Many more are likely to do the same before the next school year starts, despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance that schools “should prioritize universal and correct use of masks and physical distancing.”
Some public health experts are alarmed. While the Food and Drug Administration this week approved Pfizer‘s Covid-19 vaccine for children as young as 12, it’s unlikely that many young adolescents will be vaccinated before the end of the academic year. Data from the CDC shows infection rates among US residents ages 14-17 are now higher than for Americans, while the rates among children 6-13 are getting closer to the national average.
“We know that masks work to reduce transmission,” Gigi Gronvall, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, said. “This is really not the time to remove one of the best tools we have to reduce transmission.”
Many parents in school districts where masks have become voluntary also are concerned. School districts in the South, Midwest and West have done away with mandatory masks. In Arkansas, a law will make it illegal by the end of the summer for schools, or any government entity to require masks.
“I am so frustrated… I don’t see any harm in wearing masks, and there is potential harm in not wearing a mask,” said Christie Black, the mother of a kindergartner and a third grader in Mesa, Arizona, who was puzzled by the decision of the state’s largest school district to make masks optional indoors starting earlier this month.
There’s little US data about the spread of the coronavirus in schools where students didn’t wears masks since most reopened schools required them, said Adam Hersh, a professor of pediatric infectious diseases at the University of Utah. Mask supporters point to worrying examples, including high transmission at a maskless summer camp in Georgia.
Evidence from earlier in the pandemic found children less likely than adults to be infected with the coronavirus and less likely to become seriously ill from Covid-19. The CDC has said that while schools haven’t been associated with substantial spread, outbreaks in schools not following infection-prevention measures “tend to result in increased transmission among teachers and school staff rather than among students.”
Black continues to send her two children to school with masks but says “they flung their masks off” as soon as they saw classmates no longer covering their faces.
“I feel like because the governor and the school board caved to peer pressure, it’s now up to my children not to cave to peer pressure,” Black said. “It just feels like we’re more concerned with our own freedom and rights than doing what’s best for the most vulnerable.”
In Santa Rosa, east of Pensacola, mask opponents dominated public debate even though surveys of parents and teachers showed divided opinions in the 28,000-student district. A small majority of teachers wanted to require masks at least through the end of the school year, while a small majority of parents wanted the requirement lifted immediately.
The school board’s April 20 discussion about the issue nonetheless grew so heated that sheriff’s deputies escorted multiple attendees out of the meeting, including at least one who was shouting profanities at board members.
Jennifer Hensley, a Santa Rosa County parent and middle school teacher, was the only member of the public at the meeting who spoke in favor of keeping the mask mandate versus the 18 who spoke against the requirement. She said she was worried about the health of her fellow teachers and of her 15-year-old daughter, who has an autoimmune disorder.
“The atmosphere was so charged,” Hensley recalled later. “I don’t think they were expecting that level of emotion to be involved.”
Critics of the mask policy started organizing months earlier. Hailei Smead, a mother of three students, runs a Facebook group called Santa Rosa County Parents SPEAK UP that was created in September to oppose mask requirements and has nearly 900 members registered.
Smead said her fifth-grade daughter was repeatedly isolated in the school office for refusing to wear a mask and eventually obtained a medical exception allowing her to forego a face covering. Smead declined to state the medical reason.
“It’s not society’s job to protect every other individual,” Smead said. “It’s your own job to protect yourself and your own family.”
Santa Rosa County district leaders emphasized they were following public health guidance, but state officials undercut that position even as public pressure built locally. Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran on April 14 urged local superintendents to make masks optional for the 2021-2022 school year.
On April 29, Florida Surgeon General Scott Rivkees rolled back a series of health advisories that had been cited by the Santa Rosa district. So the school board called the May 3 meeting at which its five members voted to revoke the mask mandate.
“I still strongly recommend the use of facemasks, especially for those who are not fully vaccinated,” board chair Ueberschaer said before the vote, raising her voice to be heard over shouting parents. “My hope is that the families will have a conversation with their children that face masks are now a personal choice, and that students should respect the choice of their peers.”
Some of the insults hurled at Ueberschaer, a longtime school volunteer who is of Asian descent. included references to China.
“It truly does make me sad that face masks have morphed from a virus-prevention strategy to a political statement,” she said.


Virat Kohli Vaccinated Before Going On Tour To England See Photo

Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli has got the Corona vaccine installed. Virat gave information about this by sharing a photo on Instagram Story. While sharing the photo, he has appealed to the people to get the vaccine as soon as possible. Earlier on Monday, Indian cricketer Ishant Sharma also got the Corona vaccine installed. He shared a photo on Instagram with wife Pratima Singh. He wrote, “Appeal to all of you to get the Corona vaccine as soon as possible.”

Virat Kohli recently started a campaign to collect funds to help people. Virat and his wife Anishka appealed to the people to contribute as much as possible in this campaign. At the same time, people helped openly on this couple’s appeal. On Friday, Virat and Anushka started the campaign with a contribution of two crore rupees. He also appealed to his fans to come forward to help people in difficult times. After which an amount of 3 crore sixty lakh rupees was collected in Kovid 19 Relief Fund within just 24 hours.

Virat Kohli introduced Corona vaccine before going on tour to England, this special appeal to people

These players also installed Corona vaccine

Before Virat and Ishant, Indian Test team vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane, along with his wife Radhika, conducted the first dose of the Corona vaccine. He also shared a picture of it on social media. Earlier, Indian cricket team opener Shikhar Dhawan had installed the Corona vaccine. Let me tell you that at this time the campaign to apply the Corona vaccine is going ahead at a rapid pace. Till now, Corona vaccine has been applied to millions of people. The government has started the initiative to get Corona vaccine given to all people above the age of 18 from May 1. So far, after installing all the celebrity vaccines, people have appealed to people to come forward for this. Virat, Rahane and Dhawan have also appealed to the people to get the vaccine as soon as possible.

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Lenovo Yoga Pad Pro With HDMI Input, Unique Stand Design Teased

Lenovo Yoga Pad Pro is being teased by the company as an upcoming tablet that doubles as a portable display. Lenovo shared a few posters for the Yoga Pad Pro on Chinese microblogging website Weibo, hinting at some of its functions as well as its unique stand design. The Yoga Pad Pro supports stylus with 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity and has slim bezels on three sides. As of now, the company has not shared a release date for the Yoga Pad Pro.

Through a series of posts on Weibo, Lenovo has teased its upcoming tablet that has a few different usages thanks to its unique stand design and HDMI in port. The Yoga Pad Pro has a slim profile overall with a thick rounded bar at the bottom. This bar houses the HDMI port that, as per one of the posts by Lenovo, allows the tablet to be used as a display for gaming or extending your setup. This makes the tablet quite versatile.

There is also a slim stand on the back that can be used to prop up the Yoga Pad Pro in various angles and in one of the posts, Lenovo shows it can be used to hang the tablet to use it in the kitchen or other such scenarios. The tablet can be used for sketching as well, as it supports a new smaller stylus with 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity. There are three ports on the right side, one of which is the HDMI in port.

As of now, Lenovo has not shared any information on the release date, pricing, or availability for the Yoga Pad Pro. It will be unveiled in China first and at this point, it is unclear if the company will release the tablet in other markets.

Is Mi 11X the best phone under Rs. 35,000? We discussed this on Orbital, the Gadgets 360 podcast. Later (starting at 23:50), we jump over to the Marvel series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Orbital is available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and wherever you get your podcasts.

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Nikki Tamboli Misses Her Late Brother Shared A Picture And Writes This | Nikki Tamboli remembers her late brother, writes a picture of the sky

Bigg Boss 14 fame Nikki Tamboli is ready for another journey of her life. She has left for Cape Town a day before to shoot for the stunt-based reality show ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi 11’. Earlier, speculations were rife that Nikki Tamboli would not go to Cape Town to attend the show, as her brother Jatin died recently due to a Corona infection. He was only 29 years old.

While in flight, Nikki Tamboli shared a picture of the cloudy sky on her Insta story and wrote, “Can’t see you.” With this, he has also put a crying emoji in his caption. His brother has been heartbroken by his death and he had earlier said that his brother wanted him to participate in ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi 11’.

Watch Insta Story of Nikki Tamboli here

Nikki Tamboli remembers the departed brother, shares the picture of the sky and writes - Can not see you

Work commitment

Nikki Tamboli confirmed to take part in the show a day ago on her Instagram. He wrote, “I am at the stage of my life right now, where I have a family on one side, who is struggling to overcome a loss and on the other side, where I have my own work commitments..where I am At the peak of my career. “

Going to brother and family

Nikki further wrote, “And if I choose one of these two, my family always comes first, but my family and my father have always told me to make your dreams come true because you believe your dreams will come true The most happy you will be your brother. I remember, before being admitted to the hospital my brother talked about the player of dangers and he was very happy and excited about it. I am going to my brother and family. Am. “

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Yoga session to improve blood flow and oxygen level- blood circulation and oxygen level will be good, do this exercise

Learn this exercise from yoga teacher Savita Yadav

Learn this exercise from yoga teacher Savita Yadav

Yoga Session To Improve Blood Flow And Oxygen Level- Today many exercises that improve blood circulation in the body and increase oxygen level have been taught and taught.

Yoga Session To Improve Blood Flow And Oxygen Level- In today’s Live Yoga Session, many exercises that improve blood circulation in the body and increase oxygen levels were told and taught. Apart from this, many practices were told and shown to do a number of small exercises ranging from breathing exercises, punishment meetings, kadamtal, Kapalbhati. One cannot become proficient in yoga in one day. It will emerge as a habit only while practicing. Cervical power activator: To perform this yoga activity, stand in your place. Those who are unable to do this activity by standing and sitting can also do it. Those who cannot sit on the ground can also practice it by sitting in a chair. – Standing in a comfortable position, rest your hands on the waist. Keep the body loose. -Relax the shoulders completely. While exhaling, bring the neck forward. – Try to lock the chin. Those who have problems with cervical or neck pain, do not lock the neck and let the neck loose. After this, take the neck backward while taking a breath.
Abdominal breathing: Deep breath fill up to the stomach and leave out. Keep in mind that you have to breathe slowly and exhale slowly. Breathing and exhalation periods should be the same. Read also: Yoga session- chronic constipation problem will also be lost, do these amazing yoga Thoracic breathing: Thoracic breathing is also called intact respiration. Deep breath fill the lungs and stop light and leave it out. Keep in mind that you have to breathe slowly and exhale slowly. This carries oxygen to every part of the body. If you close the eyes and do it, the results will be better. Deep breathing: Leave the body light. Fill the breath slowly and then exhale. During this, leave the abdominals and thoracic loose. This will improve your blood circulation. Kapalbharathi: Sit in Padmasana for Kapalbharati. To perform Kapalabhati Pranayama, sit on any meditation posture, sukhasana or chair while keeping the spine straight. After this, throw out the breath as fast as possible from both the nostrils of the nose. Also, make the stomach as compressed as possible. Immediately after this, both the nostrils are inhaled and allow the stomach to come out as soon as possible. You can do this activity by increasing the strength and gradually from 50 times to 500 times as per requirement, but do not do more than 50 times in a sequence. Increase the order slowly. It can be done for a minimum of 5 minutes and up to a maximum of 30 minutes. Kapalabharati is a very energetic high abdominal breathing exercise. Kapala means brain and bhaati i.e. cleanliness i.e. ‘Kapalbharati’ is the pranayama through which the brain is clean and in this case the functioning of the brain operates smoothly. By the way, there are other benefits of this pranayama. Liver is very beneficial for kidney and gas problems.

Africa’s top shots: 30 April-6 May 2021


A selection of the week’s best photos from across the continent:

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A kola nut seller in Lagos, Nigeria - Saturday 1 May 2021

In the city on Saturday, a woman sells kola nuts for people attending a workers’ day parade.

Two girls looking at out a mobile phone in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Friday 30 April 2021

Two girls check out a mobile phone on Friday during a religious gathering for Orthodox Good Friday in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa…

A poultry seller holding two birds in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Saturday 1 May 2021

In the city the next day, Orthodox Christians flock to a poultry market to buy a bird to prepare for an Easter feast.

War veterans and other marking patriot day in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - Wednesday 5 May 2021

War veterans in Addis Ababa mark Patriots Day on Wednesday, which is a national holiday in Ethiopia that commemorates the end of the Italian occupation in 1941.

A woman lights a candles at Ghriba Synagogue, Djerba, Tunisia - Friday 30 April 2021

A Jewish pilgrim lights a candle at Ghriba Synagogue on the Tunisian island of Djerba on Friday…

A woman writes prayers on an egg at Ghriba Synagogue, Djerba, Tunisia - Friday 30 April 2021

The annual pilgrimage includes the age-old tradition of writing prayers on eggs.

A nurse holding up a syringe in Tunis, Tunisia - Monday 3 May 2021

A nurse prepares a dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine at a Covid-19 centre in Tunisia’s capital, Tunis, on Monday.

A man diving into the sea in Tripoli, Libya - Friday 30 April 2021

A Libyan dives into the sea from rocks in the capital, Tripoli, on Friday.

Swallows flying by a bridge over the River Niger, Bamako, Mali - Friday 30 April 2021

On the same day, swallows swoop by a bridge over the Niger River in Mali’s capital, Bamako. The area is the site of a Sufi community in the city.

MMA champion Francis Ngannou parading through Bafoussam on a vehicle, Cameroon - Saturday 1 May 2021

Francis Ngannou, the new world champion of heavyweight mixed martial arts who is known as “The Predator”, parades through the Cameroonian city of Bafoussam on Saturday on a triumphant return home.

A woman pours camel milk from a dish into a plastic container near N'Djamena, Chad - Tuesday 4 May 2021

After milking some camels, a woman carefully pours the liquid into a plastic container in Chad’s capital, N’Djamena, on Tuesday.

David Ngwerume with a face-masked sculpture in Harare, Zimbabwe - Friday 30 April 2021

Zimbabwean sculptor David Ngwerume poses with his work of a woman wearing a Covid-19 face mask in the capital, Harare, on Friday.

Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan in Kenya's parliament, Nairobi, Kenya - Wednesday 5 May 2021

Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan prepares to address Kenya’s parliament on Wednesday wearing a face mask – something she doesn’t use at home…

Kenya's police band in the rain in Nairobi, Kenya - Wednesday 5 May 2021

There is much pomp and ceremony during her state visit, though the Kenya police band gets drenched waiting to perform on Wednesday.

A protester being manhandled by a police officer in Nairobi, Kenya - Saturday 1 May 2021

In the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, on Saturday, a man is arrested during a protest demanding better living conditions for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Crowds gather at night holding phones to provide light at the funeral of Zubair Ahmed al-Hassan, the secretary general of the Islamic Movement in Khartoum, Sudan - Saturday 1 May 2021

On the same day in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, people gather for the funeral ceremony for Zubair Ahmed al-Hassan, the secretary general of the Islamic Movement and an ally of ousted President Omar al-Bashir. He had been in custody awaiting trial for corruption.

A man sitting on a chair outside and holding a radio in Lukodi, Uganda - Thursday 6 May 2021

A man in northern Uganda holds a radio on Thursday to listen to the International Criminal Court’s sentencing of Dominic Ongwen, a child soldier-turned-rebel commander, to 25 years in jail.

Nomuzi Mabena at a SA Fashion Week event in Midrand, South Africa - Saturday 1 May 2021

It is all glitz and glamour at a South Africa Fashion Week event in Midrand on Saturday where Nomuzi Mabena, a rapper and TV presenter better known as Moozlie, poses for the cameras.

A moon seen behind a minaret at night in Cairo, Egypt - Tuesday 4 May 2021

And more beauty is on display on Tuesday as the moon is seen behind a mosque’s minaret decorated for Ramadan in Egypt’s capital, Cairo.

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Chennai Super Kings CEO gives big update on Mike Hussey health

Chennai Super Kings CEO gives big update on Mike Hussey health- India TV Hindi
Image Source: TWITTER Chennai Super Kings CEO gives big update on Mike Hussey health

New Delhi. Chennai Super Kings batting coach Mike Hussey’s corona investigation report has come up negative but he will remain in seclusion at a hotel in Chennai. Team CEO Kashi Vishwanath gave this information to PTI. Australian media had said that he could go to the Maldives with the rest of the Australian contingent if Hussey’s Test was negative.

Vishwanath, however, said, “He was negative even before he left Chennai Air Ambulance from Delhi. They are fine The rest of the foreign players have gone. Coach Stephen Fleming will leave tomorrow.

The Australian players, coaches, commentators left for Maldives on Thursday from where they would be going to Australia. Australia has banned flights arriving from India until 15 May due to growing cases of the Corona epidemic. Hussey thanked the Chennai team for taking full care of them.

He told the Sydney Morning Herald, “I am relaxed and feeling better. I am thankful to CSK who took care of me a lot. ”

He said, “There is a terrible situation in India at this time and I am lucky that I got full support.”

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