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After Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked people to send suggestions for the topic for his next Mann Ki Baat, he has received thousands of letters from engineering students across India asking him to do a special Mann Ki Baat on Valentine’s Day.
Here is a story of a group of best friends who got entangled into their professional life so much so that they couldn’t even throw a bachelor’s party for one among them who was about to be married.
A Delhi based businessman, desperate to show-off his new car, managed to buy a stall to display his brand new car at the Auto Expo 2016 currently taking place in the city.
The journey towards decriminalization of homosexuality, the repealing of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, has hit another road bump. But this time, it is neither a legal road bump nor political. It isn’t even about ‘our culture’ or ‘decency’.
Google wants to capture street view in India but Government doesn’t want to let out our best kept secret, Paan painted walls
Global eyewear company RayBan today announced that it will be soon starting rental and sharing services for the benefit of those who want the eyewear only for clicking pics which they can later upload on FB and twitter.
Sniffing a potent opportunity to oil the Shani temple issue, television celebrity and aspiring politician Rakhi Sawant has come out in favor of women and has slammed the temple authorities for discrimination.
A man was refused entry at a local wedding yesterday after he allegedly brought bedsheets as a wedding gift for the happy couple.
Karthikh Selvaraj, a third year student of Welcome College of Engineering was taken into custody after authorities and students found him not playing AR Rahman’s ‘Maa Tujhe Salam’ at ridiculously high volume on Republic Day.
At times when people are dying world over trying to click adventurous selfie, this young man failed.