The officer in the clip, who is seen crying in the video had been providing care to the elephant earlier at Sadiyaval Elephant camp before the forest decided to shift it.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani’s suggestion to rename dragon fruit to ‘Kamalam’ has inspired a new set of memes online. Take a look
Taking to Twitter, the official account of the police department tweeted a clip from the movie ‘Sholay’ and asked netizens why ‘Gabbar’ — the notorious dacoit in the movie — was punished.
Bakcen George, Allwyn Joseph and Ratish Bhalerao decided to give a whole new meaning to Work-From-Home with their month-long cycling trip in the midst of the pandemic.
“Clash of the titans. Only from India. The best thing you will watch,” tweeted Indian Forest Service officer Parveen Kaswan while sharing the viral clip.
Shashi Tharoor shared a “word of the day” to describe India’s Gabba Test win over Australia. Any guesses?
After a three-hour-long rescue mission, the pythons were finally removed from the bonnet of the vehicle and later released in the nearby forest in the presence of the forest officials.
The video of the incident came to light when the official Twitter handle of CISF shared it on the platform.
As congratulatory messages from crickets buffs around the world poured in, desi fans were busy trolling Australian side for their sledging remarks.
Cricket fans took to social media to dub Cheteshwar Pujara “the great wall”. Many even joked that he should be sponsored by a cement company.
Using immense force, the tiger is able to pull out the vehicle’s bumper, as the camera pans towards the frightened passengers in it.
Although there is tension in both the camps, as the winner of the fourth Test at Brisbane will win the Border-Gavaskar trophy, Pant was seen thoroughly enjoying himself and a video of him singing quickly went viral.
As many took to social media to raise their concern, others gave its statues hilarious twists — photoshopping the content and sharing them as ‘WhatsApp honest status’ online.
In a 20-second clip, the ‘Dabangg’ actor can be seen operating a sewing machine while attempting to stitch a piece of fabric.
Sung by two popular Ladakhi folk artistes — Padma Dolkar and Stanzin Norgais, the video was specially shot for Army Day as a tribute to soldiers.
The usual behaviour of the animals worried many animal lovers and wildlife experts. While some thought may be it was domesticated, others opined may be it was injured or tranquillised.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the rollout of India’s Covid-19 vaccination programme on January 16.
In the 37-second clip, a man can be seen trying to catch the serpent near a water body while standing on a fallen tree.
On a metallic plaque near the ball, a note from the artist reads: “… and so too has impermanence given us an opportunity for change. Change, we shall.”
However, users are clearly not convinced with the latest policy update and are even contemplating shifting to other messaging apps. Many took to social media to express their concerns and even joke about the company’s clarification.
The video, which was shared by television actor Aamir Ali on Instagram, features the 63-year-old singer performing with other musicians on a stage.
Videos being widely shared across social media sites show the villagers using ropes, bamboos and vines to pull out the truck.
The now-viral video shows the stray dog, sitting calmly on a stone block outside the temple exit gate, shaking hands and occasionally ‘blessing’ people with its paw.
The undated video shot in a wildlife reserve shows a dog facing off against a lioness.
According to the official, the rescued individual had gone to repair a water pipeline behind the General Reserve Engineer Force camp in Lachung.