Let’s #BleedBlue for every sportswoman and sportsman in this country.
You think you’re feeling bad about the team getting knocked out? Think again.
Totes chilled out. (NSFW language. Like, the censor board would have a heart attack.)
“Only in India will a billion people take leave from work to watch 11 people do their job.”
“Who’s going to be manning 7-Elevens today?”
A lot can change in a million years.
The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that section 66A of the Information Technology Act was unconstitutional.
This would f****** kill over here.
We want you to rock us, rock us, rock us. Yeah.
“Sexy face, angry face, sexy face, angry face.”
You’re gonna be stuck like everyone else, man.
And at least 50 were injured when the express train running from Dehradun to Varanasi blew a signal, railway officials said.
Suspected rebels stormed an Indian police station in the Kathua region of Jammu.
“The only thing I’ve seen is Breaking Bad but this seriously looks like meth.”
An international cast of gorgeous male models shows just how drastically the physical attributes of the “ideal man” vary across 12 different countries.
“I can’t take it. It’s too maach.”
Harry Potter And The Dabba Of Secrets.
The attack happened in the eastern state of West Bengal.
Comedy audiences act as their own censor board, the stand-up veteran told BuzzFeed India.
The survivors reenacted their greatest aspirations in a series of moving and powerful photographs.
“We won’t shout, but we will be heard,” the station’s editorial director said of the decision to protest the ban.
Widows in some parts of India are typically marginalized and hidden from public sight, but one group is seeking to change that.
This week for BuzzFeed News, Anne Helen Petersen takes a hike with comedian Nick Kroll. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed News and around the web.
An angry mob broke into a prison compound in northeast India, dragged out a rape suspect, and beat him to death, according to CNN. Warning: An image in this post is extremely graphic.
Events of the last three months – most recently the ban of BBC 4 documentary “India’s Daughter” – reveal the shortcomings of a government that seems to believe India needs to be kept a secret from itself.
The comments appeared in a BBC documentary, aired online late on March 4, about a fatal attack on a student in 2012. India has banned the show.
“Do your pigeons do gang rapes?” - Kiran Bedi