Smriti Irani walked in without any security, politely placed her order, went to take it herself and then left without any creating any fuss around.
Many couldn’t fathom that a ban has been imposed on Arvind Kejriwal’s house, something that he himself considers a powerful tool for democracy.
Amid all the chaos, what’s doing the rounds on Twitter are jokes on #MumbaiRains.
The comments that followed read, “Horrible ppl” and this was not the least of it.
Kaziranga National Park (KNP) is 80 per cent under water and has claimed the lives of 218 animals. People from more than 150 villages had to be evacuated and over 3,000 villages have been affected.
In what is being called one of the most transformational reforms in post-Independence India, the constitutional amendment bill for setting up goods and services tax (GST) was passed in Rajya Sabha after nearly eight hours of discussion on Wednesday, August 3. The move will basically allow free flow of goods across the country and benefit […]
Possibly one of the fittest septuagenarian women in the country, Usha Soman matches her son – step for step – on the penultimate day of The Great India Run.
Meerut-based couple Sumit Rathore and his wife Shivani were sleeping in the room when they felt something moving on the bed.
She was taking a walk in the village market when the boy came and touched her on her upper left arm.
As West Bengal gears up for a name change, Twitterati plays on the proposed names – much to everyone’s amusement.
It’s amusing to see a police officer exhibiting his sense of humour.
Thanks to a Facebook post that went viral, graduate-wife-and-mom Urvashi Yadav’s food stall has become an Internet sensation; she now dreams of starting her own restaurant.
As a recent tweet “noticed”, the cover of the latest single from a Canadian brother-sister production duo Tennyson seems uncannily similar to a much loved poster of the film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.
Ahead of National Handloom Day, textile minister Smriti Irani’s creating quite a stir with her #IWearHandloom social media campaign.
Soon after Gujarat CM Anandiben Patel posted the message of her resignation on Facebook, social media has been buzzing with the way the whole event played out.
Sifting fact from fiction on social media.
People on social media aren’t very happy about this ‘Mann Ki Baat’ as they expected Modi to address the more recent issues that have caught national attention.
Munshi Premchand was born Dhanpat Rai on July 31, 1880 at Lamhi village in Uttar Pradesh and started writing at the age of 13
Twitter is a dangerous place, indeed.
People on social media are mighty pissed at the ad and the editorial team that decided to carry such an ad.
Life indeed has a funny way of bringing people together.
Remember Arvind Kejriwal had said Narendra Modi is so frustrated, he may get him killed?
Delhi traffic police and Gurgaon police are constantly tweeting out traffic details. Just FYI.
Swaraj while paying homage Mahasweta Devi mentioned names of two books, ‘Pratham Pratishruti’ and ‘Bakul Katha’. Both these books were not written by Mahasweta Devi but by Ashapurna Devi.