The picture on Instagram amassed more than a million likes in just a few hours since it was posted. On Twitter, however, the photo became a fodder for memes.
Akhilesh Yadav claimed that the use of Google Maps could reveal what had happened in connection with the death of gangster Vikas Dubey.
The clip, which was shared by Indian Forest Officer Parveen Kaswan among others, features the Indian blue frog, which changes colour to yellow during the monsoon.
“Do you know in #India we have a Golden #Tiger also. The only documentation of such big cat in 21st century on the planet,” Kaswan tweeted while posting the viral pic.
“A soldier celebrating his birthday. Forget cheesecake, the beauty of a Snow cake, which only a soldier knows. No words are enough to describe their sacrifices and resilience,” wrote Sehwag while sharing the viral clip.
Despite greater social media usage during the pandemic, influencers we spoke to said it has been an uphill battle.
The cobra was rescued from the Narasipuram village in Thondamuthur, Coimbatore, by the Forest Department. The snake was later released to the Siruvani forest area.
What left netizens in splits is that not only it got the spelling of mask wrong, the Bangla word ‘porey’ caused further confusion. Although homophones ‘pore’ which means both ‘read’ and ‘wear’, the spelling of the words in the language is different.
The trend originally began among K-pop fans who created a montage of their favourite star showing various emotions, which slowly morphed into a four-photo template where usually the third emoji was different from the rest.
The picture of the address is now widely shared on social media. While many praised the man for his creativity, others shared Konkani and Punjabi versions of similar addresses.
As the news of his death was known, one of the last few videos of him singing ‘Channa Mereya’ from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is being widely shared across social media sites, leaving many teary eyed online.
Panellists were discussing the newly-appointed governor of Upper Nile state when South Sudan’s deputy ambassador to the US walked into the bathroom without switching off his camera or mic.
The list which shows English words and a number that translates the word into Punjabi had people who understand the regional language in splits.
Authorities have authorised the allocation of the flat to the family as a reward for the girl’s achievement that came in spite of the odds being against her.
The 2.19 clip, which has gone viral on several social media platforms, features a lady welcoming the camera before showcasing the food she has cooked.
India is the fourth country where Reels is being tested, and many see it as a move by Instagram to snap up users of TikTok.
For their recent witty tweet, the Mumbai police has picked a popular scene from American sitcom ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’.
The eatery said it came up with the creative idea to raise awareness about the safety protocols regarding the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Chased by wild elephants,bears, gaurs, crossing slippery streams & waterfalls he did his duty with utmost dedication for 30 years till he retired last week,” tweeted IAS Officer Supriya Sahu.
Currently, people on Twitter are bewildered by a picture of zebras that was taken by noted wildlife photographer Sarosh Lodhi in Africa’s Masaimara.