Today’s Google Doodle is dedicated to The Studio for Electronic Music of the West German Radio. It is believed that it was in these studios that the creation of breakthrough electronic music took place.
Puspa Dewi, a 50-year-old woman from Jakarta, Indonesia, catches most people off guard with her deceiving looks. A successful entrepreneur, she runs her YouTube channel HadiGenetics and has a massive fan following of more than 2,50,000 users.
Men, after reading the deluge of #MeToo posts that have flooded various social media platforms, have been using the #SoDoneChilling hashtag to apologise for their past behaviour, confess and then resolve to change.
Lately, several men have spoken up on the #MeToo movement. While some have taken spoken about being abused, others have taken responsibility for their actions. There are also others who have urged their male counterparts to rectify themselves. It is indeed time for men to look inward.
Countless men and women are participating in the #MeToo social media movement. Even famous personalities like Lady Gaga and comedian Mallika Dua have extended their support and shared their experiences.
Following the #MeToo movement, writer Shariq Rafeek shared a Twitter thread on how he “had been bad in many ways” and was “pushy” and “lewd” with women in the past and derived fun out of it. But he is “#SoDoneChilling”, he writes and has not hesitated in taking complete responsibility for his actions.
A shoe has the Netizens debating yet again on what colours do they see. Is it Pink and White or Teal and Grey? Twitterati too seem confused about the colour. While, others are busy debating, why not take a look for yourself.
Justin Trudeau took to social media to wish people on Diwali. He shared a picture of himself lighting a diya and wrote “Diwali Mubarak!” And though people loved his attire and his sentiment, some were quick to point out a little error on the part of the Canadian Prime Minister.
The unusual occurrence was due to the remnants of the hurricane dragging in tropical air and dust from the Sahara. However, Tweeple from Britain are freaking out and thinking it’s time for “acocalypse” or a scene out of Hollywood films.
To mark World Food Day, many people have taken to social media to raise awareness about sharing and not wasting food. They are entreating others to give food to the needy and not recklessly dump it in the garbage in the hope that these small steps can a long way in curbing the problem of global hunger.
Pictures of Inaya Shoaib, an adorable little toddler, are going viral because of her striking similarity with Kareena and Saif Ali Khan’s baby boy.
The photo – which is yet to be verified if it really is of Malala Yousafzai or not – initially surfaced on Siasat.pk, a Pakistani Facebook group, and got everyone talking. Captioned with, “Malala Yousafzai in UK”, the photo has gone viral with many criticising her for wearing a Western outfit.
Germs like bacteria, fungi, parasites and body fluids are transferred through inhalation and also also by touch. And if you are not in the habit of washing hands, regularly then sooner or later you can find yourself attacked by these germs. Play the quiz to know the importance of washing hands.
The 36-year-old father Sholom Ber Solomon has an elaborate set up for all his photo shoots with his daughter Zoe complete with props, sets and quirky costumes is going viral on Instagram.
The Russian made new Hoversurf Scorpion craft will be used for responding to emergency situations. And the highlight, it can even run on its own without a driver, totally a scene from any Hollywood sci-fi film.
According to reports, Putin named the cute fluffy as Verny which means “faithful” in Russian. Soon photos of the leader with the dog spread like wildfire on across social media platforms, with the small clip of the leader kissing and pampering the pup going viral.
In case you are holed up inside your house, not stepping out because you are dreading the awful things lying in wait for you (and also secretly waiting for the weekend to begin), then here are 13 things about the day that you can read meanwhile.
People have started a hashtag campaign called #WomenBoycottTwitter for a day during which they will refrain from posting anything on the micro-blogging site as a protest to its weak harassment tackling policies.
Justin Trudeau, who has a daughter and two sons, recently wrote an essay stressing on the importance of raising children as feminists irrespective of the gender.
Seth Rogen’s mom took to Twitter to ask his son where he was. After almost an entire day, the star retweeted to his followers and wrote: “When you don’t answer your mom’s phone calls for a day.”
He felt the fact that his friend Aliyah Schindler won homecoming queen was “a sign from God that it doesn’t matter what gender you are, you’re still royalty in my eyes.”
A post on this woman talking about how a Guy reported her to the HR because she told him why she was holding on to a hot water bottle has resurfaced online, and the reason continues to be as ridiculous as before.
went viral around July this year and generated a lot of traction on the Internet, especially on Twitter. She, with the username Snuffalo, narrated the incident, naming the ‘highly sensitive person’ ‘Guy’.
Malala Yousafzai posted a picture of her laptop and books with the caption “5 years ago, I was shot in an attempt to stop me from speaking out for girls’ education. Today, I attend my first lectures at Oxford.”
JK Rowling blew a fuse yet again after the US President Donald Trump said in an interview that he had come up with one of the greatest words ever – fake. And guess what, she wasn’t the only one left flabbergasted.
Khloe Kardashian slammed on social media for posting photographs that are being interpreted as ‘master-slave’ imagery. The photographs, which were for the reality star’s clothing line, featured Kardashian along with black model Slick Woods.
World Mental Health Day, that was first celebrated in 1992, is observed on October 10 every year and intends to raise awareness regarding this and also gather effort to support and perpetuate better mental health. It was first initiated by the World Federation for Mental Health, a global mental health organisation.
Fridtjof Nansen: Google Doodle celebrates birth anniversary of Norwegian explorer, scientist, humanitarian. Nansen is also regarded as the first High Commissioner for Refugees. He came up with the “Nansen passports”.
Mark Mooney, a journalist of more than 40 years, who suffered from prostate cancer, wrote his own obituary and lovingly recalled his wife, children and how much he loved being a reporter. He shared the same on his Twitter account, with the caption “I just published “My Last Byline””
From making references to some of Michael Jackson’s popular hit-makers like Smooth Criminal, They Don’t Care About Us, etc. to wondering if the girl who shared his photo is ‘dating the King of Pop’, people on the Internet went bonkers.
Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid found herself in a strange situation when she had to use the toilet and came across this sign that was little difficult to decode. While most users thought it was meant foe women, other could not stop cracking jokes.
Meet Pakistani model and actor Zhalay Sarhadi, who – according to many – looks very similar to desi girl Priyanka Chopra. So much so that she was even approached to do a body double for the actor.
Saudi Arabian King Salam bin Abdulaziz’s gold escalator stopped midway and it took no time for Twitter users to convert it into a hilarious moment on social media. People rolled out cheeky comments about the fact that the old king would have to walk.
An ad featuring a basic ‘charpoy’ with jute ropes and wooden frame is going viral. The advertisement from Australia has left Indian Twitterati amazed — not because the desi bed is in demand — but for its unbelievable price.
The grandmom bought the book for her granddaughter who loves to read, without looking at the contents inside. When finally the little girl began reading aloud with her dad, they discovered the book being not fit for kids and were left in splits.
The Swedish Academy on awarding the author the Nobel Prize in Literature 2017 said Kazuo Ishiguro in his novel “of great emotional force, has uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world”.
The kid, in the video, could be seen trying really hard to study but his pet cat clearly had some other plans. The animal kept on licking the kid affectionately and could also be seen sitting on his books rather comfortably.