A notice put up at a women's hostel at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, asks students to wear "full covered decent western or Indian dresses" for an upcoming annual event. IIT Delhi, however, has denied imposing any such dress code.
The hashtag #MileSurMeraTumhara has been trending on Twitter since Monday night and the tweets are a much-needed reminder that there is more that unites us as a country than people would believe looking at their Twitter timelines.
BookMyBai, a service which allows people to hire domestic help online, has announced a blanket ban on Bollywood celebrities. The website's co-founder Anupam Sinhal has written a lengthy blog alleging that over 20 Bollywood celebrities mistreated domestic help hired via BookMyBai.com.
A video from China has gone viral for capturing something you don't see happening very often in classrooms. The video, originally posted on Chinese social networking site Weibo, shows a teacher hitting a student. But it didn't end there.
A video on Twitter shows two punjabi mundas putting on an awesome bhangra routine to a remixed version of the Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi title track. And it's so good, former Kyunki protagonist and current Union Cabinet Minister of Textiles Smriti Irani tweeted about it.
China's notorious toilet paper thieves have struck again, strippingan urban public park in Chengdu city of 1,500 rolls in just one week, forcing authorities to consider installing facial recognition machines to beat the penny-pinching toilet paper bandits.
It doesn't matter if you've seen The Fate of the Furious yet. It's this desi spoof of The Fast and the Furious films that you absolutely cannot miss. Titled 'Full Fast Full Furious,' this video imagines a scenario where The Fast and the Furious films are made in India.
Spotting the big cat in the wildis an opportunity few have. But some motorists were fortunate to see a pride of Asiaticlions on a highway in Gujarat.People driving on the Pipavav-Rajula highway in Gujarat were greeted with theraresight when they spotted the grouptrying to cross the highway. The video wasshot by a driver on Saturday in Amreli in Gujarat.
The Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, is slated to begin classes on Vastu Shastra according to reports. Not surprisingly, people of the Internet have a lot to say about it. Here are some reactions shared on Twitter.
In a series of tweets this morning, singer Sonu Nigam complained about being woken up by the azaan (morning call to prayer), calling it "forced religiousness". His remarks instantly triggered a heated debate and the 43-year-old singer was soon the top trending topic.