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V-Nourish helps keep kids ready for all seasons
short by Roshan Gupta / on 23 Aug 2019,Friday
Changing seasons bring with them host of illnesses, which is why it is important for children to have strong immunity. V-Nourish contains Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Zinc, Selenium and Copper which helps support immunity among children, allowing them to remain healthy and active at all times. Go ahead and let the kids be kids, no matter what the weather.
short by Roshan Gupta / 12:00 am on 23 Aug
Himalaya celebrates the spirit of wellness and happiness
short by Roshan Gupta / on 05 Sep 2019,Thursday
Himalaya, with its vast range of 500+ products, strives to provide head-to-heel wellness solutions for all the little problems across age groups. Himalaya products, backed by years of scientific research and time-tested herbal ingredients, take care of you and bring you happiness through wellness.
short by Roshan Gupta / 10:25 am on 05 Sep
DocsApp launches healthcare festival 'Healthy Wealthy Days'
short by Roshan Gupta / on 29 Aug 2019,Thursday
The online doctor consultation platform, DocsApp, has launched what they call the gift of good health. 'Healthy Wealthy Days' is the healthcare company's initiative to provide lab tests, medicines and online consultations to more people at subsidised rates. The festival will be live from 29th-31st August.
short by Roshan Gupta / 03:39 pm on 29 Aug
Apollo introduces Apterra AT2 SUV tyres in India
short by Roshan Gupta / on 17 Sep 2019,Tuesday
Apollo Tyres believes that bad roads go to good places and has thus introduced the Apollo Apterra AT2 tyres, designed to conquer the toughest terrains so that you can travel to places you've never seen before. The tyres offer superior safety during high-speed driving and braking, long-term durability, puncture resistance and quick steering response for traversing all terrains.
short by Roshan Gupta / 10:00 am on 17 Sep
Chinese woman dislocates jaw while laughing, left with mouth open
short by Nandini Sinha / on 11 Sep 2019,Wednesday
A Chinese woman was left with her mouth stuck open after she dislocated her jaw while laughing very hard. The incident took place when the woman was travelling on a train bound for Guangzhou in south China. A doctor on the train was eventually able to reset the jaw of the woman, who had dislocated it earlier as well.
short by Nandini Sinha / 09:51 pm on 11 Sep
Yardley is India’s most trusted perfumes & soap brand: IBC report
short by Roshan Gupta / on 23 Aug 2019,Friday
Yardley has been declared "India's Most Trusted Perfumes & Soaps Brand" by International Brand Consulting Corporation, USA in its Brand Research Report 2019. The House of Yardley prides itself in crafting authentic, rich and iconic fragrances, with Lavender being its signature scent. It seeks to contemporise and adapt to changing times with new fragrances every year.
short by Roshan Gupta / 06:00 am on 23 Aug
JK Rowling donates $18.8M to research centre named after her mother
short by Kanishka Pandey / on 14 Sep 2019,Saturday
Harry Potter author JK Rowling has donated $18.8 million towards multiple sclerosis research at a centre named after her late mother, Anne Volant Rowling, who died of the disease. The donation will be used for new facilities at the Anne Rowling Clinic in Scotland's University of Edinburgh. The clinic was started after a $12.5-million donation by Rowling in 2010.
short by Kanishka Pandey / 09:46 am on 14 Sep
Aus hiker crawls for 2 days with broken leg after falling 20ft; rescued
short by Arshiya Chopra / on 18 Sep 2019,Wednesday
Australian hiker Neil Parker has revealed that he crawled for two days after falling 20 feet down a waterfall, following which his foot "clean snapped in half" and he also fractured his wrist. Adding that he used his hiking stick to splint his leg, the 54-year-old said he covered 3 km distance by crawling. He was rescued by a helicopter.
short by Arshiya Chopra / 12:55 pm on 18 Sep
Teacher puts boxes on students' heads to prevent them from cheating
short by Ankush Verma / on 06 Sep 2019,Friday
A Mexico teacher made his students cover their heads with cardboard boxes to prevent them from cheating, with a picture of his act going viral. Parents asked for the teacher to be dismissed, saying the act should not be tolerated. In response to the criticism, the school explained that it was a dynamic exercise to help the students' psychomotor development.
short by Ankush Verma / 04:40 pm on 06 Sep
Pakistani analyst falls off chair during live TV debate on Kashmir
short by Arshiya Chopra / on 19 Sep 2019,Thursday
Mazhar Barlas, an analyst on a Pakistani news channel, fell off his chair during a live debate on Kashmir recently. A video of the incident, which is being widely shared on social media, shows Barlas suddenly falling off his chair, following which his screen is turned off. The incident reportedly took place on September 16 on GTV channel.
short by Arshiya Chopra / 03:25 pm on 19 Sep
Outraged by stupidity: French zoo after visitors scratch names on rhino
short by Pragya Swastik / on 23 Aug 2019,Friday
The Zoo de La Palmyre of France released a statement on Wednesday after some visitors scratched their names 'Camille' and 'Julien' on the back of a 35-year-old female rhinoceros. The zoo said its management was "outraged by the stupidity and disrespect" of the visitors. The visitors reportedly scratched their names on the rhino's skin with their fingernails.
short by Pragya Swastik / 08:20 am on 23 Aug
I want to try skydiving next: Man whose paragliding video went viral
short by Pragya Swastik / on 28 Aug 2019,Wednesday
Uttar Pradesh's 24-year-old Vipin Sahu, whose paragliding video from Manali went viral, has said that he wants to try skydiving next. In the video, which inspired several memes, he was seen cursing himself midair for choosing to take up paragliding. "I will pay ₹100-200 extra for an early landing," he told the instructor.
short by Pragya Swastik / 05:40 pm on 28 Aug
Truck carrying 20,000 kg of Nutella overturns on US highway
short by Pragya Swastik / on 18 Sep 2019,Wednesday
A truck loaded with 44,000 pounds (nearly 20,000 kilograms) of Nutella cocoa spread flipped on a highway in Indiana, US on Monday evening. The truck driver, Chuhar Singh, told the police that the truck flipped after a car in front of the truck slammed its brakes unexpectedly. The highway was closed for about 2.5 hours after the accident.
short by Pragya Swastik / 11:14 pm on 18 Sep
Indo-Pak same sex couple gets married in US; pictures go viral
short by Ankush Verma / on 30 Aug 2019,Friday
Indo-Pakistani lesbian couple Bianca and Saima tied the knot in California, with pictures of their marriage which took place in April this year going viral. According to reports, Bianca Maieli, a Colombian-Indian Christian met Pakistan's Saima at an event in the US and decided to get married soon after. "Life is sweeter with you," Bianca wrote along with the pictures.
short by Ankush Verma / 09:35 pm on 30 Aug
An Arizona woman named Danielle Burnett died after falling 500 feet down from Half Dome granite formation in Yosemite National Park. The 29-year-old was dead when emergency officials found her and park officials are investigating the accident. The Half Dome trail traverses 14-16.4 miles and gains 4,800 feet in elevation, and the climb involves use of cables to ascend safely.
short by Daisy Mowke / 10:10 am on 08 Sep
Tharoor shares pics from vacation, uses word 'kerfuffle' in tweet
short by Daisy Mowke / on 10 Sep 2019,Tuesday
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor on Tuesday took to Twitter to share pictures from his vacation in Maldives. "A couple of weeks ago, before all the political kerfuffle in the media, I managed a brief three-day escape," he wrote in the tweet. Several users posted the meaning of 'kerfuffle', which is a commotion or fuss, especially one caused by conflicting views.
short by Daisy Mowke / 11:42 pm on 10 Sep
Man's truck gets stolen while he was robbing a store in US
short by Nandini Sinha / on 27 Aug 2019,Tuesday
A man's truck was stolen in Washington, US, while he himself was robbing a store across the street, police said. William Kelley had reported the theft of his vehicle to the police and said that he had left his keys on the truck seat. While going through CCTV footage of the incident, police found that Kelley was robbing a store.
short by Nandini Sinha / 07:55 pm on 27 Aug
Navy officer does push-ups, shouts bride's name at wedding; video viral
short by Pragya Swastik / on 31 Aug 2019,Saturday
A video of an Indian Navy officer doing push-ups and shouting "I love you, Elena" (bride's name) with every push-up at his wedding in Kerala has gone viral on social media. In another video, the couple was seen receiving a traditional salute in the arch of sabers ceremony. Following the push-ups, the groom carried the bride in his arms.
short by Pragya Swastik / 11:05 pm on 31 Aug
Woman falls 80 feet while attempting yoga pose in Mexico, survives
short by Nandini Sinha / on 27 Aug 2019,Tuesday
Alexa Terrazas, a 23-year-old woman survived an 80-foot fall from her balcony in San Pedro, Mexico, while she was attempting a yoga pose. She reportedly broke 110 bones and may not be able to walk for three years, the local media said. Terrazas suffered fractures to both of her legs and arms as well as her hips and head.
short by Nandini Sinha / 05:10 pm on 27 Aug
Balapur Ganesh laddu auctioned for ₹17.6 lakh in Hyderabad
short by Jigyasu / on 12 Sep 2019,Thursday
Hyderabad's popular Balapur Ganesh laddu was auctioned for ₹17.6 lakh on Thursday. The auction of the 21-kilogram laddu was won by a businessman and agriculturist named Kolan Ram Reddy, whose family has reportedly won this auction nine times since 1994. In the previous year, the laddu was auctioned for ₹16.6 lakh.
short by Jigyasu / 07:33 pm on 12 Sep
20 chefs take 10 days to make chocolate Ganesha idol
short by Pragya Swastik / on 02 Sep 2019,Monday
Punjab-based restaurateur and chocolatier Harjinder Singh Kukreja on Monday took to Twitter to post a picture of an eco-friendly Ganesha idol made entirely out of chocolate. It was created in 10 days by a team of 20 chefs by using more than 100 kilograms of Belgian Chocolate. This is the fourth consecutive year of making chocolate Ganesha for the restaurateur.
short by Pragya Swastik / 08:40 pm on 02 Sep
Frogs married 2 months ago, divorced to stop rains in MP
short by Jigyasu / on 12 Sep 2019,Thursday
A frog couple married nearly two months ago to bring rain in Madhya Pradesh was divorced symbolically on Wednesday to end the heavy rainfall in the state. The frogs were wedded on July 19 in Bhopal in the superstitious belief that marrying them would bring rain. As per a report, Madhya Pradesh had already recorded 26% excess rains till Wednesday.
short by Jigyasu / 10:43 pm on 12 Sep
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