The death toll from Saturday’s powerful quake stood at more than 2,288 people on Sunday, according to the United Nations, and that number is expected to rise. The United Nations children’s agency, Unicef, said nearly one million children are currently in danger, following Nepal’s most powerful earthquake in almost a century.
But a leading advocate for trans rights says it doesn’t mean the government is embracing gay rights.
Monkeys are not to be messed with.
Roller blades, capes, and camels.
Dear Sun, chill maro. Sincerely, Mumbaikar.
And we won’t say a single word.
क्या यह ऑटो है या उड़न खटोला?
Your next impulse trip doesn’t have to be to Goa.
Your new favourite artist might just be recording your new favourite song in India right now.
My face can’t decide if it’s cringing or laughing. Help me.
The cable network is facing a multimillion-dollar defamation lawsuit in federal court over a 2008 Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel story that claimed a soccer ball company used illegal child laborers in India.
The Bollywood superstar tweeted a pro-net neutrality video along with an appeal to his 12.3 million followers to #SaveTheInternet.
A diverse group of women show just how much women’s makeup has changed through the ages.
Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi left a jail in Pakistan on Friday, angering India’s government. The Mumbai attacks left 166 people dead.
Five minutes = thirty seven minutes.
Fancy some Himesh “Besharmiya”?
Are you more of a meat and potatoes person? Or would you rather have a salad?
“AAMI TOMOKE BHOLO BHASHI.”
The encounter took place in remote forests near Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.
Fancy a kofta in the Kaidi Kitchen?
We’re only talking about the first three movies here, because Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was a travesty.
You’re gone and I gotta mithai all the time. ♫
“He just called him dumbo.”
Bura na maano, April Fool’s hai.
Literally. Alphabets are involved.
Let’s #BleedBlue for every sportswoman and sportsman in this country.