From a UK cold water swimmer competing with dolls attached to her swim cap, to Yoda flying business class, Reuters takes a look at the most unusual photos from 2015.
There’s a man running around the streets of downtown Tokyo dressed up as a Christmas tree and he is beautifully lit-up.
If people in London haven’t seen Star Wars yet, they better travel with a ticket.
Tiluck Keisam made a world record by in the ‘Farthest Distance Limbo Skating Under Bars’ at Siri Fort Stadium in New Delhi.
When her mother arrived home from her work a few days ago, Sofia ran into her arms and cried. She feared the family would get deported.
The internet is going crazy over this illustration.
WestJet’s Christmas video has been going viral around this festive season since last two years.
British astronaut Tim Peaks plays a music quiz with ‘earthlings’ through Twitter.
After watching this video, you will definitely agree that baby bunnies deserve a place alongside cute cat, kitten and baby videos.
To help their fellow citizens brave the cold this season, Iranians have raised ‘walls of kindness’ for people who are homeless and in need.
As the crowds cheered for Miss Philippines, and felt for Miss Colombia, the Internet had much to say about Harvey’s big blooper.
After months of planning, what if your wardrobe is ‘made to malfunction’ when all eyes are just on you.
When some families ditched the gift store in favour of hand-made cards, this is what they came up with.
Barnaul residents held an online poll asking residents to to express their preferences among the six official candidates and the Siamese cat named Barsik. The feline nabbed over 90 per cent of the vote.
Nargis Fakhri’s advertisement on the front page of leading Pakistani Urdu newspaper Jang has created a stir over social media where people have condemned it by calling the advertisement ‘cheap’ and ‘absurd’.
From the ‘Life of Pi’ boat scene to KKR helmet and Wankhede tattoo, ‘#thepopatsong’ makes a mockery of Gerua’s picturisation, effects, locations, lyrics, well… everything else.
The White House sprung a surprise as they invited Stormtroopers and R2-D2 for a special screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
At a recent event in Bengaluru, the actor spoke about religious intolerance in the country, quoting a funny, but hard-hitting, shayari.
Harmeet Singh posted about the increasing hate crimes against Sikhs because of their turban and beard, on his Facebook page which has gone viral.
Twitter users didn’t hold back in showing their reaction to Sonia and Rahul Gandhi’s quick bail in the National Herald Case.
The White House had a special screening of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” for the members of Gold Star families.
He threw a slipper at the gunman trying to rob the store, momentarily distracting him, and then charged at him.
Akshat Mittal has created a carpooling website which will help people discover who they can hitch a ride with.
The American director is asking people to post selfies holding placards saying ‘We are all Muslims’.
A Canadian company is selling bottled air and its sales in China have skyrocketed.