The video was initially shared on the Facebook page 'MCC civic group' -- a non-political group that raises awareness about civic issues. The video was shot by the group's co-founder Arjun Mascarenhas to highlight the plight of roads across the city.
The episode, which lasted for around 20-minutes, left the 28-year-old emotionally drained. Though she was contacted by a senior CISF official Delhi, Arun Singh, who "apologised" and "expressed his regret", Modi thinks its not enough.
Bengaluru Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao said, "They handled real weapons and played with real handcuffs. They sat on the police commissioner's chair and signed some papers. Moreover, the children also played with the K9 Squad (police dogs)."
To tackle the deteriorating condition of the footpaths in their area a group known as the Malleshwaram social in Bangalore decided to do their bit. Roping in some of the top dancers in the city they came out with an awareness video that struck a chord with many.
While every child has to face their own battles, differently-abled children require a little help while doing so. It is not only the responsibility of parents, but also that of the society to make them feel more included and accepted in this world.
World Menstrual Hygiene Day: Changing the rigid and even irrational narratives around women's menstrual health, Amol Prakash Mane and Anurag Chauhan have found ways to spread awareness and responsibility when it comes to menstruation.
World Thyroid Day 2018: For any person suffering from thyroid, it is not only important to take the medication regularly, but also imperative to control other diseases associated with the disorder. From avoiding Brassica vegetable family to working out daily, these simple yet crucial changes can make all the difference.
One of the most common respiratory diseases around the world is bronchial asthma. As per WHO between 100 and 150 million people worldwide are suffering from this disease and the number is only rising. In India alone, over 15 million people suffer from asthma.
On the occasion of International Dance Day, which is celebrated every year on April 29 to honour the creator of modern ballet Jean-Georges Noverre (1727-1810), we bring to you three unique dancers who express themselves best with dance.
While the business stage is still nascent, for the collectors — old and new — it's all about crystal clear sounds, the tangibility of the process of 'playing' their favourite record and then have the world melt away around them.
In the 6.30-minute viral video, which has over 2 lakh views, different children sit along with an illustrator and describe what they understand by the term Feminism. Wondering what the final sketches look like? Check the clip out.
However, people were unhappy with the post as it did not credit the legendary composer RD Burman. Many slammed music producer Pete Cannon, who later clarified that the sample track was indeed by Burman's from the movie 'The Burning Train'.
Later the official Ola Twitter handle responded to the tweet informing the user that it was due to a technical glitch that the bookings were being done and they should try restarting their phone to correct the same.
United Airlines has been facing a lot of flak after a dog died in the aircraft after a flight attendant told the dog owner to put it in the overhead cabin. In a statement issued later, the airlines called the dog's death a "tragic accident".
From being polite to pure savage, Twitterati came up with many creative ways of firing a person politely. For someone who is actually planning to fire his/her employees, these tweets could sure come handy.
Canadian writer Nicole Cliffe asked people on social media about the worst thing they had ever eaten. The response made her wonder what she had done. From avocado to dog poop, people filled Twitter with some disgusting replies.
While swimming through the waters in Bali, a diver found himself surrounded by waste material. A video of the same was shot where sea creatures can be seen swimming between dumped waste. What are your thoughts on this?
Twitterati responded with some hilarious episodes they had during their childhood. While some stated that they confused words like 'agile' and 'ugly' others thought that little people lived inside the radio and played music.