Aditi is a trainee sub-editor. She is an alumna of Asian College of Journalism in Chennai
In video that has gone viral, Barkha Dutt corrected the anchor for stereotyping India as being one of the most unsafe places for women.
Never ask internet to photoshop any picture of your's, you might become a famous troll.
Baltimore mother saw her son throw rocks at police during the protest, so she pulled him out and gave him a piece of her mind.
In a peculiar incident at Chhota Udaipur's Devalia village, the Sarpanch punished a couple for running away by making them do sit ups.
Prince Ea seeks forgiveness from future generations for depriving them of flora and fauna and creating a populated world.
Chinese President Xi Jinping received a royal welcome in Pakistan.
Google is celebrating Earth Day 2015 with an interactive doodle on its homepage.
Is your pet adventurous? Well, Sophie is but speed sailing is not thrilling enough for her.
A fan has now uploaded a LEGO trailer of Batman vs Superman on April 17, which has adorable Lego figures are characters.
Here is a 23-year-old girl who not only stood up against religious discrimination but also defended someone who was subjected to it.
By Kenneth Sebastian, this sci-fi is set in 2035 where every individual needs to have a social media presence.
Joker in this video by 'Fame Comedy' has something serious to tell you and mind it you may not find it funny.
Now 8-year-old, Sam Griner has been famous on internet since 2007 after his mother posted his 11-month-old picture online.
The video uploaded on PM Narendra Modi's official YouTube account has already received over 1 millions clicks.
Uppekha Jain and Pankhuri Awasthi, the BomBaebs are out with yet another song on crimes against women - Echoes of pain [Remix].
Swedish brothers - Alexander and Benjamin Jönsson, conducted an experiment with a weather balloon and donut.
Animal Aid members cleaned the dog's body for over three hours with vegetable oil to remove tar.
You will recognise with "60 Rupiye Di Chai" song if over-priced restaurants have been giving you nightmares.
In this advertisement by Microsoft Lumia in collaboration with Kangana Ranaut, a young girl names Pia Dhirwan finds her passion in fashion.
In an email correspondence Liz Lupton talks about what went behind screens to produce a flawless cover of 'Yeh jo des hai tera'.
Watch how in a bold confession by Ravindra, he realises his mistakes and corrects them for good.
Range Rover Evoque flew of the flyover and landed on the road below with a 'thud', driver escaped without a scratch.
If you ever thought, what if Batman was from India, then which better place for him than Thalaiva's (Rajnikanth) land.
Confused 29-year-old American tourist was arrested in Thailand for crashing into 13 vehicles and injuring two.
Joel Burger and Ashley King, childhood sweethearts from Illinois, USA, are to get married on July 17, 2015.
In a follow-up to his parent blog, he uploaded documents proving the authenticity of his story.
According to Save Life Foundation, about 1214 road crashes take place in India everyday.
Mrs. Michelle Obama returned to the show to celebrate the 5-year anniversary of the "Let's Move!" initiative against childhood obesity.
Recently, YourStoryTv published a spoof on Pyaar Ka Punchnama's famous scene - A happy women is a myth.
Here is a poem by Maya Angelou - And Still I Rise, recited by Aditi Rao Hydari, Dia Mirza and others.
Kayli Rene gives a spooky yet comforting look to Sierra's first family picture.
It is the appraisal time, here is a rap to capture the essence of this period.
Leona Chin, a professional driver in Malaysia agreed to play a prank on four first time driving instructors in collaboration with Maxman TV.
Passengers at Bengaluru airport had a surprise moment when...
The University College of London became internet famous overnight after a student posted about his maths teacher on Facebook.
Aren't shavings of colour pencils considered a waste? Well, not for Meghan Maconochie.
Familiar narratives of identity get situated in the landscape of Sophocles’ Antigone in this book