These Two South African Cricketers Of the Same Gender Got Married

Love is in the air for two South African Cricketers as they have just got married to each other in an official ceremony in South Africa. 

On Saturday Dana van Niekerk, who is the captain of the South African Cricket Team got married to her teammate Marizanne Kapp who is a fast bowling all-rounder. They have played together for years and made their international debut in Cricket World Cup 2009 and played their first matches in a space of just 2 days. 

Dana van Niekerk made her debut against West Indies on March 9, and Marizanne Kapp made her debut on March 10, against the Australian side. Before them, Amy Satterthwaite and Lea Tahuhu got married last year. 


The announcement of the wedding was made through Marizanne Kapp’s instagram account and that being said the wedding was graced by most of the South African Cricket Team. 


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The two players are important part of the cricket team and have proved their mettle with the bat as well as the ball. They have played 82 ODIs and 56 T20i’s between themselves and will definitely be continuing their journey in international cricket in the future. 

Journalist Asked Rajkumar Hirani about Sanju Success. You can’t miss his Reply

The latest movie about the Sanjay Dutt Biopic Sanju has hit the screen and people are loving it. The movie tells the inside story of Sanjay Dutt which people have been dying to know for years and it has been achieving major success at the box-office in the first week it was out. 

The movie has already grossed more than 200 crores in the first 7 days and people are dying to know the reaction of the director. There are several audiences who are angry at the producers for creating a clean image and whitewashing the image of Sanjay Dutt through the movie, but the love for the movie far outways the hate.


Ranbir Kapoor has played the role of Sanjay Dutt to the point and the director Rajkumar Hirani’s potrayal of the story has made him an instant hit with the audience. 

Recently, the director Rajkumar Hirani was asked for his reaction to the success of Sanju and this is what he had to say about the movie. Speaking to ETimes, he had a very humble reply to give in response to the movie success- 

“I am thankful to the viewers who’ve embraced the film and made it their own. All I can say is that I feel blessed. There is no mantra. You just have to make a film and hope that people like it. At this moment, I can only be thankful to the viewers who have embraced the film and made it their own, because before the release of the movie, we all were nervous. It was an exam-like feeling. When a filmmaker makes a film, he wants that the audience likes it. I was waiting for reactions and now I feel very good that people have made it their own.” 

Sourav Ganguly Picked GOAT Footballer and He is Not Messi & Ronaldo

The World Cup is going full throttle and with the Indian football Team not in the tournament, many Indian Football fans have picked their favorite country to win the World Cup and also their favorite player.

With teams like Argentina, Portugal and Spain out of the tournament, it seems that Ronaldo and Messi will not play in World Cup competition again. But amidst all this controversy, Sourav Ganguly has picked the greatest of all time player. Sourav Ganguly is an ardent football fan and is always cheering on his favorite player during each and every competition. The Bengal Tiger picked his favorite player out of respect and that makes us happy.

Sourav Ganguly took to Twitter and called Argentinian footballer Diego Maradona as the greatest.

With his tweet he also shared a video of the great player showing Maradona score his top 10 goals, his caption read, “With all due respect to all every world confirms me that this genius came from a different planet… master at work.. greatest”

Ganguly also talked about the Uruguay-Portugal match which was held in great spirits and talked about how the level of game was so high, however he seemed to be unhappy with Ronaldo not shining.


He tweeted, “This World Cup football quality has been remarkable… what a ball from suarez… want to be ronaldos nite….”

Meet the 10 Most Beautiful Royal Princesses in the World

Beauty has a charm which none others can match, and beauty and royalty goes hand in hand in this world. We have seen many royal beauties who have graced and been born into the royal class. Many of us are in wonderment of the lives lead by such royal families. So, here we present 10 royal beauties the world has ever known. They are remembered for their extraordinary grace and charm.

  1. Grace Kelly

Before becoming a royalty, Grace Kelly was a leading actress in Hollywood. Grace Kelly moved into royalty by marrying Rainier III, Prince of Monaco.

  1. Princess Charlotte of Monaco

Grace Kelly’s granddaughter Charlotte Casiraghi certainly has good looks in her genes. The princess is fourth in line to occupy the throne.

  1. Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton is one of the most recognized faces amongst royalty in the world today. And she always dresses and looks flawless. She is also referred to as “Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge”.

  1. Jetsun Pema

The 28-year-old Jetsun Pema is the queen consort of Bhutan. She is the wife of the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck.

  1. Princess Diana of Wales

Princess Diana has been known worldwide for her charm and effervescence looks which makes her timeless. She was known for her grace and was married into royalty through Prince Charles. People still remember her signature style and benevolence and regard her as one of the most photographed women in the world.

  1. Rania Al Abdullah

Rania Al Abdullah is the queen consort of Jordan. Born in Kuwait, she moved to Jordan for work and met the then-prince Abdullah.

  1. Princess Madeleine of Sweden

Princess Madeleine is the second daughter and the youngest born to King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden. She was ranked 12th on the Forbes ‘Hottest Young Royals’ list. She is known for her magnificent charm and cheerful smile.

  1. Letizia of Spain

Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano is the current Queen of Spain. Before entering the royal family, she worked as a journalist.

  1. Amelia Windsor

22-year-old Amelia is the great-great-great granddaughter of King George V, and the youngest daughter of George Windsor. In 2016, Tatler magazine crowned her as the “most beautiful member of the royal family”.

  1. Meghan Markle

The latest addition to the royal family is Meghan Markle who became royalty after marrying Britain’s Prince Harry. She is known for her charm and beautiful looks and was an actor before she married the prince.

From Washing Cars & Streets to Saving Ronaldo’s Penalty, Alireza is the Latest Hero of Football

Ronaldo is a footballer who is known by stature and the things he does on the field, he scores goals, zips past defenders but one thing he isn’t known for is missing penalties. And when he does, it makes headlines.

Ronaldo missed a penalty against Iran in his last group match, and the person responsible for it was the Iranian goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand. There was some controversy regarding the penalty but what matters is that the penalty was saved.

Alireza’s story is one which will inspire millions of people around the world, the person who didn’t have money to buy food and a place to sleep is a idol for a number of people.

He took birth in a nomad family in Sarabias, Lorestan, and his first job was to take care of sheep when they graze as a shepherd. He used to play football and another game of chucking stones long distance which helped in the World Cup as a goalie. He was a striker at first but when the goalkeeper of his team got injured he subbed in and that’s when he found out he was great at keeping.

His father was against him playing football as a profession as he wanted him to get a labor worker job, but he decided to run away from home and move to Tehran. On the bus, he met a coach who would be able to train him for 200,000 Toman which Alireza didn’t have. However, in a few days, the coach agreed to train him for free and that’s where his football journey began, he used to sleep and work in a dress making factory owned by father of a teammate so that he could afford a place to sleep.

He worked at a pizza shop and washing cars and was known for washing SUVs since he was tall enough to reach the roof of the car. During working for the pizza shop he used to meet his coach regularly who used to buy pizza at his shop. He kept playing for local clubs while doing part-time jobs, such as cleaning streets and park, but his time changed when he was selected by an under-23 club.

Since then, he has not looked back and the road ahead seems great for him. Iran is out of the World Cup now but, we are hoping to see him play in European Clubs next season.

India’s Position in List of Dangerous Countries is Shameful. What’s Modi Sarkar Doing?

When it comes to women security, we hear news of women falling victim either to physical abuse, marital rape and other such problems every day. We feel bad that the government cannot do anything to save the situation and women are falling prey to such situations on a regular basis.

Security is the right of every individual. We all need security. It is so unfair if any one of us needs to be scared all the time.

Recently, Thomas Reuters Foundation conducted a survey to understand which the most dangerous countries are in term of security and women issues. We had 550 experts who took part in the survey and ranked India among one of the dangerous nations for women in terms of healthcare and assaults. The survey was conducted between March 26 and May 4.

We have noted 10 countries ranked as the most dangerous countries in the world for women.

  1. India
  2. Somalia
  3. Saudi Arabia
  4. Pakistan
  5. Democratic Republic of Congo
  6. Yemen
  7. Nigeria
  8. United States



Hardik Pandya Fooled Indian Team. Watch Video & See How Dhoni Trolled Him Back

The Indian Cricket Team is in full swing with its tour of England to begin in a few days, and everything is going full throttle to make sure there are no hiccups in the tournament and we come out victorious.

However, on the airplane ride to England, the team had a lot of fun. All of the players kept all their stress aside and shared some light moments on the flight to UK.

BCCI has taken to Twitter to upload a video of the players having a fun time on the plane ride. In the video we see Yuzi and Hardik Pandya ask all types of questions to the teammates on the plane. After Virat Kohli, Hardik and Chahal also go up to Manish Pandey, Kuldeep Yadav and Umesh Yadav.

The follow up by going to Rohit Sharma, but he replies by telling Hardik that he needs to use some deo as he’s sweating a lot. After that, they go near Dhoni’s seat and try making fun of him. However, he’s Mr. Cool and instead of reacting, he silently handled the situation.

LOL, he offered Hardik a chip and told him to go ahead without answering a single question. Pandya couldn’t speak a word and said, “Bye mahi bhai”.

20 Beautiful Fans Spotted at FIFA World Cup 2018. You’ll thank the Photographer for these Pics

The FIFA World Cup is going on in full swing in Russia and we have already seen two rounds of matches being played between the teams already. The great part of these games is that fans from all around the world have come to Russia to support their team.

As we have seen already that the die-hard fans from each country have thronged the stadium to watch the matches being played and it definitely brings the word melting pot of cultures to the mind. We have seen some crazy football fans from all across the globe.

This year’s world cup gave us some reason to smile and be happy. Not only have the matches been great we have seen some of the most beautiful fans from across the globe at the matches. Photographers have captured the “Cheering” moments of those pretty fans and made their photos super-viral.

There have been 100’s of girls who have been captured but today we will show the top 20 girls who made our list. I am sure you are going to love their style and charm.

Discover the Top 10 Monsoon Destinations of Incredible India!

Monsoon is awaited by people, and nature as the most important season of the year in India. The season plays an important role in everyone’s life and a country which depends on water from rain to run through the year, this is an important season. During the season everything seems to be happier, heaven appears on the earth due to the lush greenness, prosperity and exuberance.

Humans are the most intelligent species on this earth, and their mood changes with the advent of every season as it comes into full flow. And for everyone, the change of season unlocks something good, and brings happiness to everyone.

Don’t you agree? Doesn’t monsoon click something in your head? Is it monsoon destinations? If that is so then you must read on to find out the top 10 destinations for monsoon season.

You might agree that monsoon brings certain changes in the mind of the people looking for a change in their mundane life. Doesn’t it bring the fact that destination travelers wait curiously for this season every year.

It not only changes the way one carries themselves, thinks about themselves, what they eat and what they indulge in during leisure time. Overall, it is the way one’s mind and outlook gets influenced immensely during this season.

Mostly, monsoon last for three months starting in July and ending in September. Once the monsoon season ends during September, the weather takes a downward move and starts raining in southern India due to the impact of torrential rain in Northern regions and last till late October.

But if you are one of those people who love to travel during the monsoon season and check out the heavens present on the earth, don’t just laze around in this season, pack your bags, plan a trip to one of the most desired destinations present on the earth. Get going to encounter something near nature-you inhale the mildewed Fragrance of the mud and feel honoured.

India offers a wide parade of monsoon destinations, a restoring wonder, tolerant and amazing encounters in the lap of Mother Nature. The country also offers plenty of alternatives, regardless of whether you are taking a gander at a snappy long end of the week visit or an extended excursion, Indian monsoon is the thing that you have to experience first to cherish later.

Destination 1: Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra

Mahabaleshwar, becomes a hub of activity as its thronged by destination seekers during the monsoon season, and who is to blame, it will become your dream hill station. This is one of the top monsoon destinations, as known to be the land of Summer halt – Mighty Mahabaleshwar is snuggled all around with fresh greenery and is situated in the closest region of Western Ghats.

The region is straddled with lush greenery and is blessed with mild, subtle and striking climate which is a win-win for weekenders. So, if you are visiting Mahabaleshwar, Vienna Lake, Pratapgab, Parsi Point, are some must-visit spots. The time between June and October are the best time to visit the region.

If you wish to have the feeling to torrential rainfall, then plan your trip around the monsoon season and you will not be disappointed.

Destination 2: Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu

Kodiakanal, Tamil Nadu is one of those hill stations present in the south which is thronged by visitors all around the year. This region is known for its enchanting hills and surroundings. It stands as one of the best monsoon destinations in India. So, if you have planned a visit to this beautiful region you should plan it for a trip between May and September.

The climate is great all through the year, but the weather is even better between the months of July to August which influences you to encounter the season at your best. You may simply go out for a stroll along the Berijam Lake or set memories with your partner, as you walk Coakers walk, vivacious Chettiar Park or the sacred Kurinjiandavar Temple – Pillar Rocks, Guna Caves, you will love everything.

Destination 3: Munnar, Kerala

Munnar, situated in Kerala, is known as “The Green Envelop of India” offers a commendable amazing tint get-away to its vacationers. Its pleasing excellence will not only captivate your mind but will give you a lovely appeal particularly of wonderfully, the acclaimed blue Neelakurinjini.

This is a quiet region which is surrounded by thick vegetation which is known as a favorite travel destination in India. Looking for the best time to visit Munnar? It would be during the months of June to September which would be an ideal option, as the territory offers nature’s best perspectives.

Destination 4: Udaipur, Rajasthan

Udaipur, Rajasthan is known as the “the city of lakes” and is India’s loved gem. Visiting this city will get you to know and experience the charm the city has to offer. Visiting this place during the monsoon season will show the rarity which it has to offer. The powerful forts, sanctuary, famous city palace, artificial lake Pichola, Jag Mandir will definitely give you a glorious treat. The perfect time to visit the city is between July and September as the lakes renew its excellence.

Destination 5: Shillong, Meghalaya

Shillong, also known as the “Scotland of the east” has been providing a respite to travelers from surrounding states and the rest of the country for decades now. It delicate breeze, flawless excellence and tidiness make it an excellent hill station to visit in India. The Nohkalikai Falls, Elephant falls, Butterfly gathering house, and Don Bosco Exhibition House, are must-visit places when visiting Shillong. Although the monsoon is a predominant season, the best time to visit is mid-March and June.

Destination 6: Darjeeling, West Bengal

Darjeeling has been a favorite hill station to visit during the monsoon with all visitors in India. As it a favorite hill station and a summer adventure spot for foreign travelers. Visit the city and experience the appeal of glimmering legacy ropeways, famous dawn points, Toy Train ride, Batasia – the most astounding elevation and much more. The monsoon season begins in June and keeps going up until September.

Destination 7: Ranikhet, Uttarakhand

Ranikhet is the perfect place to visit during monsoon. As you make through the city the underlying foundations of conventional culture will surely give you an ardent experience. It rains continuously and remains foggy or cloudy for maximum times.

To visit the place during all its beauty it is better to visit during the month of July. The monsoon leaves the region to create its own numerous social and games exercises.

Destination 8: Wayanad, Karnataka

Wayanad is monsoon’s call for vacation ponders. Wayanad brags of Banasura Sagar Dam, tranquil backwaters, courageous Chembra Peak, svelte cascades are only a couple of the numerous nature contributions of Wayanad. A visit to Wayanad certainly requires different visits; the customary surroundings will undoubtedly make rich memories for its travelers. From the start of July to September is the perfect season to plan an outing to Wayanad as it exhibits genuine green.

Destination 9: Mandu-Madhya Pradesh

Mandu-Madhya Pradesh called as abundant nature spot is undoubtedly a must visit place amid monsoon season. The season conveys liveliness to the surroundings of Mandu. The trees in every monsoon bring cheerfulness and this makes the grass be greener, brighter and welcoming.

The prescribed time to visit is at the beginning of monsoon i.e. in between July and September.

Destination 10: Coorg, Karnataka

Coorg is the home to coffee makers and a favorite monsoon spot for all destination lovers. Apart from that, the Buddhist Monastery, the Elephant Par, the Lust green plantations, early morning dew and the mesmerizing dew drops of rain makes the place the most admired destination during monsoons. The best time to visit the place is in late June till late September.


Japan Official Receives a Pay Cut because he took Lunch Break 3 Minutes before Time

We all take our jobs and work easily and we generally work our normal work day around the lunch and break hours. We understand that working is important but we have so many things which are dearer to us, like watching the world cup. Many a times, we come to work late and return home early and we do this without being scared of being fired.

We have to thank our bosses and company that we can do this without being scared of the consequences. This is even more the case because a Japanese worker just received a pay cut for taking lunch break 3 minutes before time.

As per NDTV, a city spokesman told that the official works at the waterworks bureau in the western city of Kobe. He was fined because this was the 26th time in the last seven months that he did take the lunch break early.

The spokerman told AFP-

“The lunch break is from noon to 1 pm. He left his desk before the break.”

The surprising fact of the whole incident is that the person got a half day pay cut for his actions, and the bosses called a news conference to apologize. Speaking to the reporters, a bureau official told-

“It’s deeply regrettable that this misconduct took place. We’re sorry,”

According to the bureau, The worker was in violation of a public service law and officials have to concentrate on their jobs.

This has sparked an intense debate on social media in Japan.