Google Doodle celebrates Sigmund Freud’s 160th birthday
What’s doing the rounds on social media is a photo of a $100,000 Range Rover painted red with bitter messages like ‘It’s Over’ and ‘Cheater’, apparently a result of a relationship gone wrong. The photos posted by Twitter user Klo were taken outside a luxury departmental store Harrods in central London, where the car was […]
Her article talks about sex culture in the Islamic republic, where even talking about the subject is taboo.
Photos of the doll started circulating on social media and rumours started spreading that it was a “bidadari”, which locals believe is a type of angel or “spirit”.
The real Mark Zuckerberg will burst out laughing if he sees this version of himself.
*Spoiler Alert* (But, Jon Snow fans…. rejoice!)
Prince Harry proved that when it comes to mic drop wars, the royal family won’t be left behind.
Taking potshots at Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump and himself as well, Barack Obama made the coolest WHCD speech ever.
The doodle — featuring factory workers clad in safety gear and hard at work — perfectly sums up the essence of Labour Day. But the doodle does not cover the Indian market.
Chaude Shannon is credited for coining the term “bit”, short for binary digits — zeros and ones.
The library did not charge a penny as fine but accepted her heartfelt apology.
Man decided to not keep the bottle in his collection but put a message in it and throw it back into the sea.
The spaceman is currently on his six-month tour as a crewman in ISS.
The video has garnered heart-warming responses on the social media and caught the attention of the band as well.
Sahel Filsoof has turned his shuttle taxi into a mobile library as he believes that people could solve many of their problems by reading books.
He had a life-changing experience.
Recently, hair-raising images of the world’s tallest lift, located in China, went viral online.
Everyday Sexism started a hashtag on Twitter #WhenIWas and many decided to open up about experiencing child abuse.
Famously known as the ‘Bard of Avon’, William Shakespeare was a renowned poet, playwright and and an actor
And she is not alone.
Google doodle celebrates Earth Day showing five different biomes from around the world.
Don’t they look strangely similar?
This is one act even Johnny Depp couldn’t quite pull off.