P.S. I love youuuuuuuu. ♪
“You wanna? We wanna! YOU WANNNAAA??? WE WANNAAAA!!!”
And you thought your trip to the dentist was bad.
Sharma Ji’s daughter/son is better than you at everything.
#LetSikhsPlay is a response to Indian players Amrit Pal Singh and Amjyot Singh being denied the right to wear their turbans during Asia Cup games.
This is what progress looks like. :)
Your morning commute is now an extreme adventure sport.
Or, more often, staying in the closet out out of fear. Via secret sharing app Whisper.
And the results are chilling. Warning: Explicit language.
“Beta, the boy inserts his Indian culture into the female values.”
Duvet covers have been removed from the Urban Outfitters website after Hindus protested, calling it inappropriate to feature a religious deity “not meant to be slept upon.”
Pehle video play karein, phir vishwaas karein.
Raju is being taught “that humans don’t mean pain and brutality”.
It’s a finger lickin’ good world.
“A woman should always walk two steps behind… The valet.”
Because India’s North Eastern states have tolerated alienation for long enough.
All Raju the elephant knew was pain and suffering inflicted by human beings. Now he is free. (WARNING: graphic images.)
So many facepalms.
“Because for a billion voices to be heard, half of them can’t be gagged.”
Because sometimes you just gotta say “Leh.”
“The Fearless Collective” is an online project that encourages women to be fearless in the face of violent misogyny.
Make eggs, not war.
We also go by “frugal” and “prudent.”
Tradition, honour and discipline – these were the ingredients chosen to create the perfect Gurukul boys. But Mr. Raj added an extra ingredient to the concoction: Chemical ‘love’.
A building under construction in the southern Indian city of Chennai collapsed late Saturday night during heavy rains, with more than 90 workers believed to be in the basement of the 11-story structure at the time of the collapse. The accident comes shortly on the heels of another collapse in New Delhi that killed 11.
Esther Honig’s single self-portrait became a mosaic of “the perfect woman” as seen in vastly different cultures.
You’d think there would be at least a little “akal” in Humshakals.
In case you’ve ever wondered what a Kannadigangsta sounds like.
“THIS. IS. CHHHAAATHA”. *Opens umbrella.*