- ‘Kenwood ki Dhulai’ on social media over advertisment
A Pakistani washing machine advertisement featuring Indian actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has raised the hackles of Twitterati, who lashed out at the washing machine company for its insensitive content 'justifying' domestic violence. The vehemence with which Twitterati responded was so vehement that Kenwood had issued a 'disclaimer' claiming that the ad
- The story of WhatsApp’s founders
An inspiring story of Whatsapp shared on the YouTube channel 'IElevate'. The story dates back in 1992 when Jan Koum the founder of Whatsapp went to America from Ukraine to study and work in the networking and programming. He enrolled San Jose university and joined yahoo after his graduation and worked for 10 years.Brian Acton (Co-Foun
- Have you seen Aamir’s poetic side?
An advertisement that actor Aamir Khan had done for 'Snapdeal' way back in 2015 is making rounds on WhatsApp again. The recall of the ad is for a good reason, as Aamir seen performing typical 'gharelu' shayari in Hindi for the many products that Snapdeal sells. From the shrinking of clothes or the expansion of waistline to the power outages co
- Nirbhaya case: Bollywood hails Supreme Court’s verdict
Apex court awards the death sentence to four men convicted in the December 16, 2012, gangrape and murder of Nirbhaya, saying it had sent a "tsunami of shock" all over and was a "rarest of rare" case in which the most brutal, barbaric and diabolical attack was carried out on the victim.