Twitter was flooded with memes, jokes and congratulatory messages as RCB became the first team to win two matches, on a trot, in the 14th edition of the 22 bet no depositn Premier League.
The Education Ministry postponed the Board exams for Class 12 and said it will review the situation on June 1 to decide fresh dates. Class 10 exams have been cancelled.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray in his virtual address to the public announced stricter restrictions than those in place since April 6, exempting only essential services.
Chasing a target of 153, KKR were on the right track, with fans hopeful of win till the 15th over, however, in the remaining five could only manage 20 runs as they fell short giving defending champions their first win.
In the viral ad, Rahul Dravid is seen announcing that he is the “gunda of Indira Nagar”, which prompted a meme trend. The dairy brand has immortalised this aspect of The Wall in its new topical.
Sanju Samson-led RR won the toss and opted to field while Punjab Kings posted a massive score of 221 for six wickets in the first innings. Though both teams fought till the end, the Punjab team won the nail-biting thriller by 4 runs.
Posting its biggest fall since February 26, the 30-share BSE Sensex sank 1,707.94 points or 3.44 per cent to end at 47,883.38. Netizens tried to find some solace through memes to get over ‘bloody Monday’.
The video shows the officials, with the help of an excavator, pulling the elephant calf out of the well as locals watched.
As medical community in the state took up the #RasputinChallenge to fight against communal hate, Kerala’s health department has also joined the dance trend, requesting people to get vaccinated.
Despite Manish Pandey and Jonny Bairstow’s stellar partnership which produced 92-runs, SRH fell short of the target by 10 runs.
With the ad inspiring hundreds of memes, law enforcement agencies too joined the bandwagon. While some used it to ask people to avoid road rage when stuck in traffic, others used it to remind people to follow COVID protocol.
IPL 2021: Cricket buffs set social media abuzz with hilarious memes on CSK vs DC match, particularly mentioning Sam and Tom Curran on ‘National Siblings Day’ that coincided with the game.
A clip from the match instantly went viral on social media triggering hilarious reactions online. While some commented on Jamieson’s fast-paced yorker, others were amused by Pandya’s reaction after discovering the broken bat.
To protest against the hate, many medical students across Kerala joined the challenge and are now posting videos while grooving to the peppy beats.
While the man informed that his girlfriend’s family was okay with their relationship, the same was not true for his family. As his father is yet to make a decision, Twitter can’t wait to find out more.
The video, which is a compilation of data from several NASA telescopes including Hubble, features the Whirlpool Galaxy.
The video showed the pilots slowing down and eventually stopping the locomotive at a distance to ensure safe passage for the animals.
The video features the musical duo jamming together to the song “Rangeela Re”, originally composed by AR Rahman and sung by Asha Bhosle
“Clearly, we’re not accustomed to social distancing. But it’s time to do our bit: pull our heads back and mask up!” Anand Mahindra wrote as he shared the viral photo.
The video shows the boy extending a spoon full of water from a grill balcony as the bird sits at a distance, on a ledge. The bird, reluctant at first, drinks the water after the boy manages to reach the bird.
With the country still reeling under the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the 14th edition of IPL is set to take place from April 9 to May 30.
While some are amused, others are trying to figure out how wearing a mask in a private vehicle would make a difference.
Although government and education boards have said that the exams will be conducted under strict Covid-19 protocols, students and parents are not convinced and want them cancelled.
The photograph, which was shared by the official Twitter account of Andhra Pradesh police, features the uniformed cop, deployed outside the voting booth, holding the one-month-old baby.
While many who came across the video on social media speculated that the move was a snub at the rising prices of diesel and petrol, others suggested that the moves were to urge people to go green.