Kolkata Knight Riders’ score was the lowest score in IPL history for a team without having been bowled out and inspired plenty of reactions on social media.
Basak, who works with the Disaster Management Department in Dhubri, often had to visit drug stores to procure medicines as a part of his Covid-19 duty. During his visits, he observed that stores used to throw away its stock of expired medicines.
A video of the incident, which has now gone viral on social media, shows the frightened wild cat attempting to scare the cattle standing around it.
The video shows mask-clad men and woman performing the garba to Bollywood songs, and are accompanied by healthcare workers in protective gear at a Mumbai facility for COVID-19 patients.
Keeping Covid-19 frontline workers in mind, Class XII student Digantika Bose has made a headband that will help reduce pressure on ears while wearing facemasks. She has won a national science competition award for the tool.
The photos show goddess Durga, depicted as a doctor wearing a lab coat and equipped with a stethoscope, killing a coronavirus-shaped Mahisasur.
In a video shared on Twitter, ENT surgeon Arup Senapati is seen dancing to the song “Ghungroo” from the film ‘War’. The video has since been widely shared and even actor Hrithik Roshan praised the performance.
The video featured a boy sitting with a man and practising what appears to be Natya sangeet to the tunes of a harmonium.
Ejji K Umamahesh, who died on October 16, days priors to his 72nd birthday, wrote his obituary and had given to his family members to get it published after his death.
From the contents of the pages, it seems to be from Līlāvatī, an ancient treatise on mathematics, written in 1150 by vedic mathematician and astronomer Bhaskaracarya.
In the video, the cricketer is seen practicing her catching skills while giving commentary. She throws a ball of a wall and catches the ball one-handed on a bed.
Located on the west coast of Mexico, the secluded beach is accessible by boat and requires visitors to swim through a short tunnel.
Vodafone-Idea users, mostly from Maharashtra, took to Twitter to complain about connectivity issues. While some said they faced call drops others wrote they couldn’t make calls at all.
Following the collapse of the house, which is located adjoining the famous Akkanna Madanna Temple in Moghalpura, the authorities demolished the entire structure.
Shared on Facebook, the 41-second clip features a man standing at a construction site next to a JCB that is parked at a distance.
Nellore native Prabhakar Reddy P smashed 49 coconuts that were set around his student Rakesh B to set the record. A video of the duo’s feat is now doing the rounds of the internet.
Since being shared online, the video has prompted many reactions among netizens, with several coming up with their own theories. Some suggested that the steering wheel was a dummy, similar to the ones in vehicles used to teach driving.
For their recent campaign for Ekatvam By Tanishq, the jewellery brand released an advertisement that showed a Muslim family preparing a traditional Hindu baby shower for their pregnant Hindu daughter-in-law.
While many praised the UP officer, others expressed concerns over the child being brought to the office amid the ongoing pandemic.
The girl said she was inspired by her mother, a star chef and a Reality cookery show finalist.
The clip shared by the ITBP’s official Twitter handle shows the boy named Namgyal standing near a road and saluting the personnel as they walked past him.
After mythical paintings of Dhoni, Kohli, Andre Russell, Rashid Khan, the next in line is Shreyas Iyer of Delhi Capitals in a Mughal painting adaptation and K L Rahul in a Wood Inlay art form from Karnataka.
As business and daily life came to a standstill in the financial capital, many took to Twitter to share memes and jokes. The hashtag #powercut trended on Twitter.
Clearly displeased with Witzke’s tweet, the 48-year-old chef decided to respond to her post by sharing his achievements as a “third world migrant” to prove her wrong.
Located 40km away from Nashik City, the Harihar fort is a popular destination among tourists and locals because of its peculiar rock-cut steps.