With the development of technology, people look over the mobile app for every work to be done. From paying online bills to buying grocery products everything being ordered from mobile apps. With a huge number of young professionals in the big cities, people can’t find much time to prepare food. Here comes Food Delivery Apps to make the job too easy in India 2018. Downloading the app from play or App store, register into the app. Selecting the menu to place food delivered to y
Alongside the launch of the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 smartphone, the company announced that it will open two new Mi Home outlets in Bengaluru, India. Xiaomi’s official store is Mi Home which showcases its range of products including smartphones, power banks, headphones, fitness bands, air purifiers as well as other ecosystem products. Earlier, Xiaomi launched its first Mi Home outlet in the Bengaluru itself on 20th May at Phoenix Market City Mall. The company is also planning to launc
For decades, India has seen violence in the name of religion. We live in a country where a cow’s life is more valued than of human beings. Blood is splattered, houses are robbed and set on fire, women and children are raped, all in the name of religion. With such a state of a country, it comes as no surprise that some politicians help orchestrate such communal riots, and the recent sting operation by India Today aptly reveals the disturbing reality of our country. India Today
Contrary to popular belief, folks from purana jamana were far more chill in life than us. Whether it’d be discussing sexuality, being unabashed about smoking up or the ideas of science, we had a better lot before us. There was no need for feminism, we had an awful lot of women leaders. No need to establish Hindu-Muslim quota, and no proof required for nationalism. Divorce didn’t hold a social stigma and multiple other reasons why ancient India was the best era to live in. We’
Water balloons are back to haunt the office-goers of the country. As the sights fill up with children running around with water cannons, one realizes it’s the month of March again, the month of Holi. The day of Holi witnesses large public gatherings dancing to the tunes of old Bollywood melodies, shedding any inhibitions in their celebrations. When the celebrations are at their peak, someone calls for shots of ‘bhang’ to be distributed among the masses. A brew of almonds, pis
“O rang barse, bheege, chunar waali rang barse.” This song turns into an anthem during Holi in North India. From every nook and corner, all you hear is Big B crooning to this chartbuster all day long. Gubbaras and gulaal fly thick and fast. It’s the only day when you can get away with any form of chutiyaapa by saying, “bura na maano, Holi hai”. Our teachers have always taught us that this festival doesn’t discriminate between people, and rightly so. Here are 20 photos that sh
Slumdog Millionaire child star Rubina Ali plays with her friends at a shanty town in Mumbai, India, Saturday, May 30, 2009. City authorities demolished the shacks around Rubina’s co-star Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail’s home but left his standing on Saturday. A bulldozer and about 30 men leveled about 18 homes in Garib Nagar, or “city of the poor” slum. They left another dozen partially standing. (AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade) | ASSOCIATED PRESS Share Tw Comme Remember Rubina Ali fro
What do you get when you cross our undying love for Bollywood with technology? EPIC Dubsmash videos! Dubsmash has taken over the world in the blink of an eye and everyone who has ever tried their hand at this app will agree that making a video with Bollywood dialogues is the shiz. So, here are some awesome dialogues that will make for really mind-blowing Dubsmashes: 1. This epic saga about Gupta uncle from the movie Queen. Source: YouTube 2. These words of wisdom, which tell
One of the benefits of learning a new language is that you can easily meet new people and talk to them with ease. A new language gives you a chance to understand the quirks of different people, their culture and most of all, befriend them. But, let’s face it, in a country like India which is a cultural melting-pot, you don’t really need to learn an entire language to make friends. All you need to do is be a little smart and use these fun phrases every now and then: 1. If you’
Chris Bray and his wife Jess recently visited India — but this was no ordinary December visit. They were here with one very specific mission in mind: to locate a girl and her family. Dick Smith showed Chris a photo he had taken from a train. The photo was of a homeless family living under a bridge, and included a little girl who wasn’t wearing anything but a pink bracelet. Dick wanted Chris and Jess to go to Vadodara (where the photo was taken) and find the family, who he wan
Are you even remotely surprised by what that headline implies? If yes, then give this review a shot, even though you’re going to hate or scoff at or be indifferent about the stuff I say. You’ve probably already made up your mind about watching Dilwale. You may even already have tickets booked, rightly anticipating the rush for this movie. Perhaps you’re a Rohit Shetty fan. Perhaps you’re a Shah Rukh Khan fan. Or a Kajol fan. Or an SRK-Kajol pairing fan. Or a Varun Dhawan fan.
1. This mother who doesn’t have much but is giving her daughter the whole world. Barcroft Media / Via reddit.com 2. These protestors, risking their safety to fight for the right to love freely. reddit.com Stringer / Getty Images India’s #KissOfLove protests were organised by young citizens online who were opposed to moral policing. 3. And these protestors who kept the fight for peace alive, even in police custody. mathrubhumi.com 4. This New Delhi rickshaw driver. Via reddit.
There is a scene in 2011’s ‘Tanu Weds Manu’, where Kangana Ranaut’s character Tanu asks R Madhavan’s Manu why he loves her. Hindi movies tend to romanticise objectification, and most viewers would’ve expected something along the lines of “Jab tum hasti ho, to aisa lagta hai jaisey [insert metaphor/feeling here].” But Manu is honest. He acknowledges that he has been a geeky, over-doted-upon only son who never had much contact with women and never really learnt how to woo them.
By now, I’m sure everyone is well acquainted with The Avengers. Their battle with the Chitauri in New York City was mind blowing to say the least and has left us waiting with bated breath for the Age of Ultron. But what if Earth’s mightiest heroes were played by Bollywood’s biggest names? Here’s what it could look like: 1. Shahrukh Khan as Iron Man Smooth talking, suave, charismatic, head strong and a little full of himself. Who else could it be? Sources: Picture 1 and Pictur
Extravagant and pompous in every aspect, life in Bollywood is better lived king size. In an industry where star power and clout is weighed by the display of wealth, it is not uncommon for actors to flash their cash at every given opportunity. However, it turns out that B-town celebs have not been splurging all the money on themselves. Here are some ridiculously expensive gifts given by Bollywood celebs to their loved ones, which will leave you feeling extremely poor. 1. Raj K
The Indian PM is a busy man these days. He is travelling the world, making new friends and, most importantly, putting India on the world map as an upcoming superpower. However, this has obviously not gone down well with India’s notorious neighbours, Pakistan and China, who have been at loggerheads with India, every now and then. We recently reported about the formation of a joint think-tank between Pakistan and China, R.A.N.D.I, and if that was not a big enough threat, we bri
So, yeah, Tinder. Oh come on, don’t pretend you don’t know what this app is for. Ahem. BeingIndian went around Mumbai and asked people if they were on Tinder, and what they thought Tinder was for. Friendship? Dating? Sex? One guy responded with a hand-body-wave dance that we can only assume meant… umm really dude, what DID you mean? Watch this entertaining video to find out what the people of Mumbai meri jaan have to say about this dating app. Who knows, you might know some o
On April 17, The New Delhi edition of The Hindu had a full-page print advertisement of Kalyan Jewellers, with brand ambassador Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in it. Image source However, this ad hasn’t gone down well with people for obvious reasons- the image of a dark coloured child holding up an umbrella for a fair, beautiful and regal looking woman promotes and glorifies child labour and slavery. An article was published by Scroll after this incident was brought to light, in which
We know how to detect a fake ₹500 note. We know how RBI is the authority which makes most of the decisions pertaining to cash flow and other such fancy things like Cash Reserve Ratio. We all love money. But do we know enough about it? If you love money, this article is like your lover’s best friend who tells you all their secrets. It will tell you some amazingly interesting facts about the Indian rupee. Read on : 1. 5,000 and 10,000 rupees notes were in circulation between 19
ndia versus UAE was a predictable enough match. Everyone saw India’s victory coming. The point is, the match was not exciting enough. What was exciting and what people were waiting for, was the new ‘mauka’ ad. The ad shows our favourite Pakistani cricket fan getting disappointed yet again and getting a West Indies Jersey delivered. The punch was the delivery boy making a jibe at him in the end. The funny thing, is that this ad campaign has now become more of a mini series, wh