It is easy to impress a woman with words but knowing how to attract girls without saying anything is a skill worth mastering. As you may already know when we communicate, most of it is non verbal. This means that it is not what you say that counts the most, but how you say it and what your body does when you’re speaking or listening. Body language plays a big part in attraction and it’s something you need to pay attention to. In this article I am going to share some tips with you that will help you in attracting and impressing any girl. So let’s begin.
1) Pay attention to your appearance
Usually people judge each other on the basis of appearance. Now you don’t have to look like a model but you should have your basic hygiene practices covered. Shower, cut your hair and nails, wear clean clothes ( in short, just try to look presentable).
2) Hold a strong posture
Posture makes you look more important than you actually are. The way that you move or walk says a lot about your self-confidence. Since inherently, women look at men as protectors and that’s why they are naturally attracted to strong and confident guys. Always hold a strong posture and stand straight, tall and confident.
3) Pay attention to your physique
Not everyone is born with striking good looks but just about anyone can improve their physique if they are willing to put in the time and effort. And it’s not about that six pack but it’s all about self care. Women are automatically attracted to men who take care of their bodies. You don’t have to hit the gym for hours a day but eating healthy and exercising regularly will not only improve your health but it will also increase your overall attractiveness.
4) Fix yourself
Here is another across the room trick you can do to get girls coming your way. Girls notice everything you do, no matter how small or insignificant you might think it is. She will notice if you’re fixing your clothes when you’re around her and doing this will easily signify that you are interested in her, simply because you’re grooming yourself to ensure you stand out and appear attractive. Not only does it show her that you care about your appearance but it also keeps her from guessing if you’re interested or not and that is the whole point.
Women are attracted to men who seem fun and approachable. When it comes to attracting girls without talking, your smile is an important factor. After all a smile is worth more than a thousand words and it is far more effective than any cheesy pickup line.
Colombo: World Cup-winning skipper Arjuna Ranatunga suffered a comprehensive defeat in his bid to take control of Sri Lanka’s crisis-ridden national cricket board on Thursday. Ranatunga, 55, contested one of two vice-president posts but only came third in voting. His brother, Nishantha, who was nominated as secretary, was also defeated.
Ranatunga ally Jayantha Dharmadasa also failed in his bid to become Sri Lanka Cricket president, losing out to Shammi Silva — a loyalist of former SLC chief Thilanga Sumathipala, Ranatunga’s arch-rival. Ranatunga, who led Sri Lanka to victory at the 1996 World Cup, had vowed to clean up the board, which the International Cricket Council recently described as the sport’s most corrupt national body.
The former skipper, who is also a minister in the Sri Lankan government, had hoped to wrest control of the SLC ahead of the World Cup that begins in England on May 30. The national team has lost a host of recent series at home and abroad and has been beset by corruption allegations and in-fighting.
Former SLC chief Sumathipala was in power for more than two years until early 2018 and decided not to stand again. He backed Silva and other candidates opposed to Ranatunga. Ranatunga had promised to “kick out” players he accused of being corrupt and squabbling with teammates.
The Kapil Sharma Show: Salman Khan reportedly asked Navjot Singh Sidhu to resign.
Navjot Singh Sidhu has been asked to step down from The Kapil Sharma Show by producer Salman Khan, but the final decision is still on hold, says a report in DB post. Sidhu’s comments on Pulwama terror attack has landed him in trouble and the Punjab minister and popular television personality received severe backlash from all quarters. #BoycottKapilSharmaShow started trending soon after and a source close to the comedy show confirmed that Sidhu has been sacked.
However, the latest report by DB post claims that although Salman called up Sidhu and asked for his resignation, because he didn’t want the ratings of the show to be affected for the sake of one person, he has decided to put the final decision on Sidhu’s exit on hold as he’s waiting for things to cool down. However, Sidhu will not be shooting a few episodes.
“When this entire controversy happened; the channel was still not sure on what decision to make. It was the producer of the show, Salman Khan’s immediate decision to ask Sidhu to step down from the show. Obviously, as a producer, Salman did not want to take a chance especially when so much money has been involved in its production. The show is doing well in terms of TRP and Salman doesn’t want to lose it just for the sake of one person. And so, he decided to take a call immediately, a source told DB Post.
The discussion between the producer and the channel is still on; the final decision on Sidhu’s exit is on hold as of now. At this moment; all Salman has advised the channel is to let the matter cool down before they announce their final verdict. Obviously, Sidhu won’t be shooting for the few coming episodes; however there might be chances of him returning back. All thanks to Kapil Sharma and Salman Khan, said another source.
Sidhu’s controversial comment on Pulwama
“For a handful of people, can you blame the entire nation and can you blame an individual? It (the attack) is a cowardly act and I condemn it firmly. Violence is always condemnable and those who did it must be punished,” Sidhu was quoted as saying.
What Kapil said about the controversy
Kapil spoke about the controversy at an Art of Living event on Monday. “These are very small things, or can also be a part of propaganda. I feel banning someone or sacking Navjot Singh Sidhu from the show (The Kapil Sharma Show) is not the solution. We need to look for a permanent solution,” he told the reporters.
Talking about the Pulwama attack, Kapil said that he is with the government. “We are with the government but still we need a permanent solution. The cowardly act in Pulwama that killed our soldiers shouldn’t be forgotten and the culprits should be punished,” he added.
Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan had Bollywood’s one of the most discussed splits in 2017. The 18-year-old marriage in which the former couple had a 16-year-old son came to an end and everyone was really surprised.
Now that it’s been almost 2 years since their divorce, we know that Malaika is in a relationship with Arjun Kapoor and Arbaaz is dating Giorgia Andriani, they have started talking about how their marriage came to an end.
Malaika shot for Kareena Kapoor’s radio show What Women Want recently and talked about her divorce.
Malaika told that her friends and relatives told her to reconsider her decision once more. The gorgeous Bollywood babe shared that even her family told her to think about everything a night before the divorce hearing.
However, once they realised she was sure about the decision they all supported her and said that they are proud of her and she’s a strong woman.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and PM Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi | Praveen Jain/ThePrint.in
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News on Pulwama is on the back burner Thursday, displaced by the Saudi Crown Prince’s visit.
The Times of India puts a positive spin to the visit, writing in its headline, “Saudi crown prince vows ‘all cooperation’ against terror, $100bn investment in India.”
Hindustan Times points out a major political deficit: “Saudi condemns terror but silent on Pak’s role” while The Indian Express stands on neutral ground with, “India, Saudi underline UN terrorist sanctions.”
The Hindu, first makes it the third lead and then doesn’t mention Saudi in its headline at all: “India pitches for global action against terrorism.”
The accompanying photographs – ranging from a serious sit down meeting (HT) to PM Narendra Modi cuddling up to the Saudi Prince (TOI) – tell a story of their own. TOI captions the photograph — “The crown prince referred to PM Modi as his ‘elder brother.’”
TOI writes that Mohammed bin Salman “joined” PM Modi “in condemning the Pulwama attack in the “strongest terms”.
HT is less impressed with the statement, saying in its opening paragraph that Saudi Arabia “refrained from naming Pakistan for backing anti-India terror in a joint statement, which spoke in generic terms”.
The Express points out that the statement comes “at a time when India is stepping up efforts to brand the Jaish-e-Mohammed terror group’s chief a global terrorist,” which did not happen in this meeting.
“What’s unusual is that the joint statement refers to the need of India and Pak talks – with a rider that conditions should be conducive,” it writes in its ‘Explained’ box, calling out Riyadh for its “balancing act.”
Both Dainik Jagran and Amar Ujala have identical headlines saying- ‘Aatank ke khilaf bharat ko mila saudi arab ka saath’ and ‘Aatank ke khilaf saudi arab bhi saath’. However, Jagran adds that the Saudi side did not make any direct comment on Pakistan’s involvement in Pulwama.
Dainik Bhaskar has an interesting second lead that claims 1,000 jawans and 100 cars have been removed from the security of 18 separatists and 155 leaders.
Jagran in its editorial says the truce of `no politics’ on Pulwama has ended. It questions Congress for raising the issue of PM Modi going to the airport to receive the Saudi crown prince. It mentions Indian oil interests in Saudi Arabia and 27 lakh Indians residing there as reasons for good relations with Saudi Arabia. Congress should know the difference between diplomacy and politics, it writes.
Pakistani inmate killed
Both TOI and Express put news of a Pakistani inmate’s murder in a Jaipur jail on the front page. He died, writes TOI, “in a clash among inmates ostensibly over loud music on TV.” The Express adds that “Pakistan’s Foreign Office (FO) said he was beaten to death by a group of inmates in retaliation to the Pulwama incident.”
Meanwhile, “Anil Ambani will go to Jail Unless RCom Pays Up” (The Economic Times) and “SC heat on Anil Ambani” (Business Standard) are the leads for business newspapers this morning. ET‘s photo of Ambani with his face in his hands, says it all.
“Anil Ambani, RCom guilty of contempt of court, rules SC” makes the Hindu’s lead. The reports relates to the company paying Swedish telecommunications equipment firm Ericsson the Rs 453 crore it owes, otherwise Ambani along with chairpeople Satish Seth and Chhaya Virani “would each have to serve a sentence of three months’ imprisonment.”
TOI emphasizes on its front page flap that the order marks “the first-ever instance of holding a big industrialist liable for imprisonment for failing to clear dues.”
TOI applauds “Indian-Saudi Tango” in its lead editorial, HT feels Imran Khan’s “response is inadequate” and the Express calls Meghalaya governor’s comments against Kashmiris a “Disgrace.”
The strongest commentary of the day is by historian Ramachandra Guha in “Shaming ourselves” (Express).
Guha begins with the “chilling reports … on the harassment of Kashmiri students” by right wing activists in Dehradun. He is baffled by this because “Kashmiris who come outside their home state…” to study are “India’s best hope to stemming…Islamic fundamentalism in the Valley.”
He shifts focus onto the political class singling out BJP president Amit Shah “who chooses to go down the path of communal bigotry” by saying he will not “allow Assam to become another Kashmir” – i.e, he won’t allow Muslims to settle there.
Guha also calls out the PM and Congress president: Modi for his silence on Meghalaya governor’s “despicable” tweets, which have not been “retracted” and Rahul Gandhi for saying nothing on the “demonisation of the ordinary Kashmiri.”
This is not only “morally wrong but politically suicidal” – none of the above will “make our jawans any safer” but it will “please and comfort our enemies.”
If such statements go “uncontested,” “Who does it help but the jihadis?” asks Guha.
The visit of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia was the main topic during prime time debates.
On CNN News18, Bhupendra Chaubey wanted to know identify the gains India made from the Saudi prince’s meeting with Modi.
Strategic affairs analyst Rashme Lall wasn’t sure. She said no one should “believe” Saudi Arabia: “We know Saudi Arabia supports Pakistan” and we cannot “trust” Pakistan. Saudi Arabia “was not going to turn its back on Pakistan” despite the optics with PM Modi.
“So what are we getting?” Chaubey asked Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Sambit Patra. Unusually, Patra answered the question. He said India’s relationship with Saudi Arabia had been “de-hyphenated” from Pakistan.
On India Today, Rajdeep Sardesai posed a similar question to diplomat Ashok Sajjanhar: did PM Modi do the “right thing” in his “hugoplomacy” or did he go “overboard?”
Sajjanhar felt he was right. He pointed out that only three countries could bring pressure to bear on Pakistan: UAE, China and Saudi Arabia. He reminded Sardesai that the Crown Prince would be in power for a long time so there was no need to slight him.
Prof Mohammed Ayoob disagreed. He felt Saudi Arabia’s response to Pulwama “fell short.” The “Modi-MBS embrace” as it is being called, was “self-delusional” – likewise to think India has made a “dent” in the Saudi-Pakistan relationship.
On Harvest TV, Barkha Dutt shifted back to Kashmir and to the recent comments by the governor of Meghalaya Tathagata Roy asking the public to shun Kashmiris and Kashmiri goods.
Congress spokesperson Adil Boparai was careful to tread the line between political correctness and political expediency: he criticised the governor’s remarks (“condemn” is the word he used), said everything was now seen in terms of “extremes” – reactions like Tathagata Roy’s showed “…the middle path is lost.” Then he added that at times like these, we should “stay united.”
Raghav Awasthi,lawyer and right wing activist reminded Boparia and Dutt that Kashmiris “cheer” Pakistan on social media.
Dutt objected to this: “You are choosing to focus on Kashmiris with links to Pakistan.”
“We have to be able to talk to each other,” she added and addressed Tathagata Roy directly, “you are pitting Indian against Indian…”
Kulbhushan Jadhav case underway at the ICJ Photograph:( Reuters )
The International Court of Justice(ICJ) today rejected Pakistan’s request for adjournment of hearing in the Kulbhushan Jadhav at the International Court of Justice(ICJ) in The Hague
Pakistan had asked the ICJ to adjourn the case due to illness of its ad hoc judge Gillani who was taken to hospital on Monday. The ICJ had begun a four-day public hearing in Jadhav’s case on Monday.
Attorney General Anwar Mansoor Khan, who is representing Pakistan had said: “We applied our right provided to us that we can appoint an ad hoc judge.”
“But since our judge is indispensable at this point. Pakistan would like to place before the court that another judge to be sworn in which right has been provided under article 35-5 and the judge be given ample amount of time to go through the briefings before going ahead with arguments,” he said.
Pakistani judge Tassaduq Hussain Gillani, 69, had reportedly suffered a heart attack even though his family had told WION that he would be present in court today.
Under Article 31 of the Statute of the Court, a state party to a case before the International Court of Justice which does not have a judge of its nationality on the bench may choose a person to sit as judge ad hoc in that specific case.
It follows that the composition of the International Court of Justice will vary from one case to another, and that the number of judges sitting in a given case will not necessarily be 15.
Meanwhile, Pakistan today began its response to India’s argument in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case asserting that the Indian national had “deliberately entered Pakistan”.
India’s former solicitor general of Harish Salve while presenting the case on Monday had said that Jadhav was tortured by Pakistan for three years and was denied consular access despite India sending as many as thirteen reminders.
Jadhav’s trial by military court hopelessly fails to satisfy even minimum standards of due process and should be declared “unlawful”, Salve had told the ICJ.
A Pakistani military court had sentenced Jadhav to death in April, 2017 on charges of espionage and terrorism. In May in the same year, the world court had restrained Pakistan from executing Jadhav till adjudication of the case.
Pakistani judge Tassaduq Hussain Gillani, 69, had reportedly suffered a heart attack
Popular TV actress and Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain star Saumya Tandon on Tuesday became a hero on social media after it emerged that she was one of the four actors, who had refused to sell their soul for money to Cobrapost investigative team. While as many as 36 celebrities from the entertainment industry had agreed to accept money to push a political party’s agenda using their social media pages, Saumya had bluntly refused to be a part of this dirty game.
No sooner did Janta Ka Reporter carried a report on Saumya, Arshad Warsi, Raza Murad and Vidya Balan not accepting money from the Cobrapost team during their sting operation, Saumya began to trend on social media nationally. An overwhelming number of Twitter user hailed her as a real hero. One fan on Twitter wrote, “Beauty with brains and RESPECT.” Another user wrote, “So proud of u .” User Gaurav Sarkar tweeted, “The panelists agree that Arshad Warsi, Vidya Balan, Saumya Tandon and Raza Murad deserve a “salute” for not taking part in this proxy campaigning exercise.”
Speaking exclusively to Janta Ka Reporter, Saumya said, “Well, in my 12 years of career in the entertainment industry, there have been many times that I have been approached for either endorsing a political party especially closer to the elections or to rally for a particular candidate or talk about a particular party on social media or go attend their parties. I have never done that. I will never do that.”
Saumya, who’s currently on maternity leave after having a baby boy, emphatically said that she would ‘never sell’ herself for money. The popular actress, who plays the character of Anita Bhabhi on &TV’s show Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain, said, “Unless and until I truly believe in the person or the party because there are a lot of things that I do for money, but this is something I will never do for money. Because I feel that this is far more serious and it has far greater implications and I would never sell myself for money on these kind of things. If I have to really earn money, I would rather do a role, you know, or a project which is not of national importance or something which has serious consequences. So I have always stood by it and I will stand by it.”
When asked what she made of other stars, who had succumbed to the lure of money offered by the Cobrapost tea, Saumya said, “It’s their personal choice. I am nobody to comment or pass a judgement on them. But I know for me, I wouldn’t support an issue, person or political party for money. I would only support them if I truly believe in them. I can support an initiative irrespective of the political party that it belongs to if I believe in it. So, I would support something only if I believe in it.”
An investigation by Cobrapost website had exposed as many as 36 celebrities from the Indian entertainment industry, who agreed to promote a political party for money by posting favourable messages on their social media accounts to help create a favorable environment in the run-up to 2019 elections.
These celebrities included actors from TV and films, singers, social media celebrities and stand-up comedians. Among actors, some of the notable names are Sunny Leonne, Vivek Oberoi, Jackie Shroff, Tisca Chopra, Shakti Kapoor, Sonu Sood, Shreyas Talpade, Amisha Patel, Mahima Chaudhry, Puneet Issar, Surendra Pal, Pankaj Dheer and his son Nikitin Dheer, Deepshikha Nagpal, Akhilendra Mishra, Rohit Roy, Rahul Bhat, Salim Zaidi, Rakhi Sawant, Aman Verma, Hiten Tejwani and wife Gauri Pradhan, Evelyn Sharma, Minissha Lamba and Koena Mitra.