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Godrej 24 at Sarjapur Road, Bangalore is a new development that offers 1, 2 & 3 BHK homes starting at ₹37.99 lakh*, designed to cater to residents' 24 hour lifestyle. Equipped with multiple amenities available 24/7, Godrej 24 provides concierge services like overnight laundry and gifting services. Residents will also receive round-the-clock assistance for all their needs.
short by Aarish / 09:24 am on 27 Jun
What is the #BottleCapChallenge that's going viral on social media?
short by Daisy Mowke / on 03 Jul 2019,Wednesday
The #BottleCapChallenge, that's going viral on social media, requires a person to open a bottle's cap using his or her foot in the middle of a kick without knocking the bottle down. Famous personalities, including Hollywood actor Jason Statham and former UFC champion Conor McGregor have attempted it. On Wednesday, actor Akshay Kumar also shared a video captioned, "Couldn't resist".
short by Daisy Mowke / 11:15 pm on 03 Jul
You will be a mother by your next birthday: Ambani wishes Shloka
short by Krishna Veera Vanamali / on 14 Jul 2019,Sunday
India's richest man Mukesh Ambani wished his daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta a happy birthday in a video. "By the time I wish you next year, not only will I be a grandfather but you will be a mother, so this is an eventful year," Ambani said. The video also featured wishes from Isha Ambani, Anand Piramal and Anant Ambani among others.
short by Krishna Veera Vanamali / 01:24 pm on 14 Jul
LPU promises to give right setting for students' development
short by Aarish / on 03 Jul 2019,Wednesday
Lovely Professional University (LPU) is the only private university to be visited by Hon. Prime Minister, and also the first private university to be granted NABL accreditation by Quality Council of India. From placement records and research and development opportunities to infrastructure and scholarship opportunities, LPU promises to provide the right setting for a student's overall development.
short by Aarish / 04:53 pm on 03 Jul
Couple win 'wife carrying' competition, get wife's weight in beer
short by Daisy Mowke / on 07 Jul 2019,Sunday
Lithuania's Vytautas Kirkliauskas and his wife Neringa, won the World Wife-Carrying Championship for the second consecutive time in Sonkajärvi, Finland. The contest, the rules of which stipulate that the woman must weigh at least 49 kilograms, involves men completing an obstacle course with their partners slung over their shoulders. They won a prize consisting of the wife's weight in beer.
short by Daisy Mowke / 07:36 pm on 07 Jul
Steve Irwin's son recreates scene, feeds same crocodile at same place
short by Nandini Sinha / on 04 Jul 2019,Thursday
Robert Irwin, the son of late Australian conservationist Steve Irwin, recreated a photo from 15 years ago, feeding the same crocodile at the same place as his father did. "Dad and me feeding Murray...two photos 15 years apart," he captioned the post. Steve died aged 44 in 2006 after being stabbed in the chest by a stingray.
short by Nandini Sinha / 04:55 pm on 04 Jul
Bunch of 24 'Ruby Roman' grapes sold for ₹7.5 lakh in Japan
short by Pragya Swastik / on 10 Jul 2019,Wednesday
A bunch of 24 grapes of 'Ruby Roman' variety was sold for over ₹7.5 lakh (1.2 million yen) at an auction in Japan on Tuesday. The grapes of this variety are known for being extremely juicy, with little acidity, high sugar content, and each grape weighs over 20 grams. A 45-year-old manager of Japanese hot spring inns bought the bunch.
short by Pragya Swastik / 08:20 pm on 10 Jul
Canadian man swept over Niagara Falls survives 188-foot fall
short by Nandini Sinha / on 10 Jul 2019,Wednesday
A Canadian man, who was swept over Niagara's Horseshoe Falls on Tuesday, survived a fall of nearly 188 feet into the Lower Niagara River, Niagara Falls Park Police said. Officers found the man sitting on the rocks at the bottom of the falls. He was taken to the hospital for treatment.
short by Nandini Sinha / 10:58 pm on 10 Jul
₹1.2 crore cash flies out from a truck on US highway
short by Pragya Swastik / on 11 Jul 2019,Thursday
Over a dozen drivers stopped their cars on a US highway on Tuesday to collect cash after a door of an armoured truck opened and ₹1.2 crore ($175,000) cash flew out of it. The police said "plenty [of cash] was taken" by passersby but the exact amount is unknown. The police have asked the drivers to return the cash.
short by Pragya Swastik / 09:00 pm on 11 Jul
93-year-old woman arrested by UK Police to complete her dying wish
short by Pragya Swastik / on 26 Jun 2019,Wednesday
The Greater Manchester Police in the UK recently arrested a 93-year-old woman named Josie Birds, who had committed no crime, because she said it was her "dying wish". She was 'arrested' and taken to a police station to experience it. "A big thank you to Greater Manchester Police for 'arresting' my Gran Josie today," the woman's granddaughter tweeted.
short by Pragya Swastik / 07:20 pm on 26 Jun
Video of crow that appears to be a gorilla goes viral
short by Anmol Sharma / on 25 Jun 2019,Tuesday
A video shared by a Twitter user named Keitaro Simpson from Japan, which shows a crow that appears to be a gorilla has gone viral. The crow can be seen perched with its wings spread in such a way that they are obscuring the view of its legs. Corvid expert Kaeli Swift explained that the crow is "sunning itself".
short by Anmol Sharma / 09:32 pm on 25 Jun
Man seen climbing 1,016-foot-tall skyscraper in London
short by Ankush Verma / on 08 Jul 2019,Monday
A man was seen scaling the glass exterior of the Shard skyscraper in London on Monday. Police confirmed that they managed to get him inside, adding that he was talking to officers and has not been arrested. Located close to the London Bridge, the Shard is 1,016-foot-tall and is home to offices, restaurants, a retail arcade and a hotel.
short by Ankush Verma / 03:05 pm on 08 Jul
Baby rhino tries to wake mother killed by poachers; officer posts video
short by Arshiya Chopra / on 03 Jul 2019,Wednesday
An Indian Forest Officer has shared a video of a baby rhino trying to wake up its dead mother, who was killed by poachers. "The picture of poaching!! A baby #rhino tries to wake #mother...killed by poachers for the #horn. Devastating & eye-opening," the officer wrote. The baby could be seen trying to suckle some milk and shoving her.
short by Arshiya Chopra / 11:09 pm on 03 Jul
India's first openly gay prince celebrates 'WorldPride' in New York
short by Pragya Swastik / on 30 Jun 2019,Sunday
Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, the first openly gay prince from India, is celebrating the 'WorldPride' in New York and also served as the keynote speaker at Pride's Human Rights Conference. WorldPride is an event that promotes LGBTQ+ issues through parades and other activities throughout June. Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, 53, is the son of the Maharana of Rajpipla in Gujarat.
short by Pragya Swastik / 03:31 pm on 30 Jun
Pak's 'heaviest' man dies after staff leaves him unattended in ICU
short by Daisy Mowke / on 08 Jul 2019,Monday
Pakistan's 'heaviest' man, 55-year-old Noorul Hassan, who used to weigh over 330 kg, died in a Lahore hospital on Monday after hospital staff left him unattended for nearly an hour during a commotion in the ICU, reports said. Chaos erupted after a female patient's relatives went on a rampage following her death. Noorul recently underwent a weight reduction surgery.
short by Daisy Mowke / 10:25 pm on 08 Jul
Pakistani news anchor confuses Apple company with fruit, gets trolled
short by Pragya Swastik / on 06 Jul 2019,Saturday
A Pakistani news anchor is getting trolled online after she confused technology giant Apple with the apple fruit during a live show. A panelist on the show said, "Apple's business is so much more than even Pakistan's budget." In response, the anchor said, "Yes, I've heard that apple's (fruit) business is thriving and there are various varieties of it."
short by Pragya Swastik / 11:10 am on 06 Jul
Woman takes pic of bird feeding cigarette butt to chick at US beach
short by Pragya Swastik / on 29 Jun 2019,Saturday
A woman named Karen Mason recently took a picture of a mother bird feeding a cigarette butt to her chick at a beach in Florida, US. "If you smoke, please don’t leave your butts behind," she wrote on Facebook. She posted another picture of the chick and wrote, "It's time we clean beaches and stop treating them like an ashtray."
short by Pragya Swastik / 04:30 pm on 29 Jun
Trump shares fist bump with PM Modi at G20 summit
short by Nandini Sinha / on 29 Jun 2019,Saturday
US President Donald Trump shared a fist bump with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as they met during the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan on Friday. The three leaders held trilateral talks on the sidelines of the summit. Trump also congratulated PM Modi on his recent victory in the Lok Sabha elections.
short by Nandini Sinha / 05:18 pm on 29 Jun
60 birds fall from sky in suspected poisoning in Australia
short by Nandini Sinha / on 13 Jul 2019,Saturday
Nearly 60 birds have died after falling from the sky in a suspected case of poisoning in Adelaide, Australia. Most of the birds killed were long-billed corellas, which is a protected species. "They couldn't fly any more, they were bleeding out of their mouths," Sarah King, the founder of Casper's Bird Rescue, said.
short by Nandini Sinha / 05:28 pm on 13 Jul
Delhi has a silent headphone bar like the one in 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil'
short by Pragya Swastik / on 08 Jul 2019,Monday
There is a silent headphone bar in Delhi just like the one shown in the film 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil', which lets guests enjoy their own music. Located in Greater Kailash, 'Headphones Reloaded' hands over a set of neon LED headphones to guests on arrival. The guests can then choose between songs from categories including EDM, Sufi and Bollywood.
short by Pragya Swastik / 02:38 pm on 08 Jul
Ancient city of Babylon declared UNESCO World Heritage Site
short by Nandini Sinha / on 06 Jul 2019,Saturday
The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) designated the ancient city of Babylon as a World Heritage Site. The designation recognises the civilisations of Mesopotamia and their contributions to humanity, the Iraqi government said. Babylon suffered damages during dictator Saddam Hussein's reign and when it was used as a military base during the US-led invasion of Iraq.
short by Nandini Sinha / 03:44 pm on 06 Jul
Indian-American teen wins $100,000 quiz show prize in the US
short by Kriti Kambiri / on 29 Jun 2019,Saturday
Indian-American teenager Avi Gupta has won $100,000 (nearly ₹70 lakh) prize money in the 2019 Teen Jeopardy, an individual quiz show in the US. The show was televised on Friday, in which Gupta beat 15 other students including three Indian-Americans. "Jeopardy has always been a huge part of my life...it has a special...connection with my grandma," he said.
short by Kriti Kambiri / 06:12 pm on 29 Jun
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