Aditi is a sub-editor at indianexpress.com
The president-elect’s transition team has refrained from commenting on the issue, but Donald Trump tweeted late Tuesday night calling the “fake” news reports a “total political witch hunt”.
TeamIndus is the only Indian team in the Google Lunar X contest, and has tied up with ISRO for its rover.
The objectionable content against women that Donald Trump has spewed over the years is far from over.
The new Amazon Kindle review from a first-time Kindle user: How it fares for those who love their books.
Even if this is a case of 'honour killing', Qandeel's brother can still escape any sort of punishment and here's why.
LeEco LeMe headphones have a fancy ‘droplet’ design, which is supposed to accentuate the comfort.
Lots of people were greeted with a mail from PMO on Thursday morning.
Brace yourself! Taher Shah has unleashed his new single 'Angel' onto the world
Coldplay released the video of Hymn for the Weekend featuring Beyonce from their new album ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ on Friday and soon accusations of cultural appropriation started flooding the internet.
The fact that people reported against her post with the charges of ‘nudity’ doesn’t shock Prerna as much as the fact that Facebook actually removed it.
An HIV-positive man from Pheonix posts a photo with family to help shatter society's stigmas.
This girl takes on her Facebook harasser and publicly humiliates him instead of ignoring his actions.
The new AIB 'Honest Weddings' video will crack you up and make you think simultaneously.
TVF's year-old Mother's Day tribute belongs in the 19th century.
An Indian woman aspires to fetch the world record for the longest hair.
Facebook's has extended its safety feature to allow people affected by Nepal's earthquake to inform their loved ones of their 'safety status'.
Google Person Finder instance launched after massive Nepal earthquake
Twitter recently was take over by Indian users shocked by the Pakistan China think tank 'RANDI'.
Voter registration for UK general elections to close by midnight, huge numbers remain unregistered.
A supertide turned France’s famed Mont Saint-Michel into an island and then retreated out of sight.