PUBG Mobile now has more daily active users than Fortnite
PUBG Mobile has been an instant success among smartphone users who are always on a lookout for a great online game. PUBG Mobile has now become the go-to online multiplayer battle royale game for smartphone users since it is available on both Android as well as iOS.
After 6 months, Supreme Court returns Kerala 'love jihad' reports untouched to NIA
New Delhi: In what has proved to be an exercise in futility after employing valuable manpower and resources, the Supreme Court has returned the investigation reports submitted to it by the NIA in connection with Kerala's 'love jihad' case. These reports, at least three of them, were not even opened by the top court, which had on its own ordered the investigation.
'‘Self-defence’ theory brought in to cover up Tigress Avni’s pre-mediated killing'
New Delhi: From use of a three-day-old ineffective dart to allegations of a highly restricted drug being sold to the Maharashtra forest department — the centre's probe into the killing of tigress T1 or Avni has exposed serious blunders that confirm the animal was not killed in 'self-defence' as claimed earlier, and absolutely no heed was paid to the NTCA guidelines.
Man "Dressed Up Like Dustbin" A Head-Turner In Odisha. He Has A Message
Mayurbhanj(Odisha): Bishnu Bhagat, 36, dresses himself in colourful polythene bags and goes about his business every day in Odisha. He doesn't mind being referred as a "chalta firta dustbin" (walking dustbin), because the underlying message he wants to convey is, "If I look ugly to you, think about earth and what we have made it."
World to experience internet breakdown in the next 48 hours?
Can you imagine a world without the internet? Internet which has become an integral part of one's life has created such a situation, where it becomes impossible to think of social networking, business, entertainment and so on. The list of importance of internet can be stretched to eternity, but what if it shuts down?
Meet the woman who fought sexual harassment in newsroom before #MeToo
As a senior journalist, Rina Mukherji has achieved many accolades. She writes on the environment and gender-related issues, has worked for some of the most reputed publications in India, holds a doctorate degree in African Studies and is a 2016 Panos fellow on Migrant Labour. However, she is mostly known in the media as the first Indian woman to win a case against wrongful termination because she complained about the sexual harassment she faced while working as a journalist at The Statesman.