The ultimate jugad (hack) of a passenger travelling in a crowded train is now being viral as a hit idea, amongst people. Viral on social media, a young man can be seen resting happily on a makeshift hammock made from a bedsheet, which he anchored on all four sides by the coach's top sleepers. This hack in a crowded sleeper coach of train is gaining likes and views from netizens.
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Afnan Ullah Khan from the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), and Sher Afzal Khan Marwat, who is associated with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) slapped, kicked and abused each other on live TV debate show. It was Javed Chaudhry’s Express News talk show, when the two leaders began doing kalesh, over former Pakistan PM Imran Khan. The video is going viral on… read-more
Indian food bloggers and street vendors are going viral for their crazy food combinations and new experiments. Adding to it, a street vendor in Delhi's Khau Gali is making headlines for bizarre popcorn omlette. Yes, you heard me right, in a viral video, the street vendor is seen putting oil, chopped vegetables, chillies, egg and popcorn with a special 'Zaika' spice blend, to make this popcorn omlette for ₹100.
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Rajiv Mehta, a user of X (formerly known as Twitter) shared the story of a village man who leads a simple life, despite owning shares worth ₹100 crores. The post, which is now going viral read, " He is holding shares worth ₹80 crores L&T ₹21 crores worth of Ultrtech cement shares ₹1 crore worth of Karnataka bank shares. Still leading a simple life." Netizens appreciate the village man's simplicity.
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A man allegedly opened fire after a dispute with a woman in which she had a narrow escape but her dog died, police said on Tuesday. The incident took place in Vijay Nagar locality when Kalpana Chaturvedi was walking her dog, they said. Police said she had some dispute with Arvind Verma Bhullan, a lawyer, who abused and threatened her. Bhullan then opened fire which killed the dog.
Amid the iPhone 15 buzz, the Apple company has issued a new warning to its users, especially those who already purchased the new iPhone 15 models. As per sources, the company asked users not to use iPhone 15, without a case as it may lead to a change in colour. Yes, you heard right, Apple said, "the oil from your skin might temporarily alter the colour of the outside band."
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One of the proprietors of the famous outlet Kulhad Pizza Sehaj Arora, whose objectionable video with his wife Gurpreet Kaur has been doing rounds on the internet, took to Instagram and appealed to the public and media that he has no support from any political party and asked for public support to stop the video from spreading. The heart-wrenching appeal was shared on social media platform, Instagram.
At a time when work environment and office culture are significant for productivity, a Reddit user shared his bizarre experience, where he was marked absent. Notably, Redditor said, he was stuck in the office lift, and got late to work, when his HR despite knowing the reason, marked him absent and cut his salary. Furthermore, threatening appraisal, they asked him to work with loss-of-pay, amid staff shortage. Netizens expressed sympathy.
In a shocking incident, a security staff at the Philippines International Airport allegedly swallowed $300, stolen from a Chinese passenger. The incident was captured in CCTV footage, leading to an investigation. Getting into further details, the security officer is seen surreptitiously swallowing the stolen cash, cleverly concealing her actions with a handkerchief. She even resorts to drinking water to aid in her attempt to hide the evidence… read-more
The proprietors of Kulhad Pizza in Jalandhar have found themselves at the epicenter of social media controversy following the emergence of a 'private video' depicting a couple in bed. The video in question was claimed to feature Sehaj Arora, the proprietor of the establishment, and his spouse. However, Arora has vehemently denied these allegations and has lodged a formal complaint with the police.