Watch | April Fool’s Day special: Will Google now control weather, rain in Netherlands?

Watch | April Fool’s Day special: Will Google now control weather, rain in Netherlands?

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Technology has driven the lives of many in the present modern era, with searching anything on the internet to latest gadgets; technology has become today’s need. One such example is of Google which has made our lives easier, from searching anything on the internet to locating something on Maps, Google has it all. But think what if Google can also control the weather? In its latest technological innovation, Google has announced its latest project ‘Google Wind’ – Where the company claims to control the weather in the Netherlands by the ability to change the weather. So what do you think it’s really possible? Netherlands, formerly known as Holland is well known globally for its windmills and tulips. With a moist climate, days generally are not sunny on most of the days. In a video s
Video | Three UP cops suspended after locals shave off boy’s head in their presence

Video | Three UP cops suspended after locals shave off boy’s head in their presence

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Caught on camera for dereliction of duty during anti-Romeo drive, the superintendent of police suspended three cops who were seen mute spectators in footage while locals shaving the head of a youth, who was roaming with a female friend. The step was taken after the video went viral on social media.   Superintendent of police V K Singh on Saturday informed that the incident took place on March 22 after the residents of South City Colony called police on finding a youth and a girl roaming around together. They caught hold of the youth and shaved off his hair despite three constables of Azizganj police post being present there. One of the constables captured the incident on his mobile phone camera, the SP said. It was when the constable sent the video to his friend throug...

Delhi woman’s plight shows India’s cab services still shun disabled riders

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In a post that is now being widely shared, Retiree Singh writes about the plight and humiliation she faced on July 17, when she tried to avail of Tuber's services. But it is clear she's not alone when it comes to being discriminated. or calling out cab providing service provider Tuber for the “humiliating” behavior of some of its drivers. In a post that is now being widely shared, Singh wrote about the plight and humiliation she faced on July 17 owing to her condition. She availed Tuber's service twice on the mentioned date, and both times the drivers expressed visible reluctance. In her own words, “the drivers weren’t happy about keeping the wheelchair in their cars”. As harrowing as it might sound, one of them even expressed his ‘fear’ aloud — his car is going to get dirty, he had sa
Watch Video | Gurugram: Brave women bank staffers foil robbery bid, angry locals later thrash armed men

Watch Video | Gurugram: Brave women bank staffers foil robbery bid, angry locals later thrash armed men

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  Two women bank staff members have set an example of bravery after they foiled a robbery attempt in their office in Haryana’s Gurugram. CCTV footageshows two men enter the bank, where one of them is seen taking out a gun from his bag and closing the entry door.   They then storm into the area where two women staff are seen working. At first they are then seen assaulting the women. However, what happens next will shock you! You will see the women getting hold of both of them instead. And then, the locals are seen thrashing the duo with whatever they find at the spot – chairs, tables, slippers. Later, the police arrive, control the angry locals and hold the notorious robbers.
Stranger Comforts Little Boy Having A Meltdown On 8-Hour Flight

Stranger Comforts Little Boy Having A Meltdown On 8-Hour Flight

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Stranger Comforts Little Boy Having A Meltdown On 8-Hour Flight. A kind woman did something incredible for a distressed boy during a long international flight on July 14.  Rachel Groner was on a flight from Israel to Brussels when her and her husband noticed a boy walking. “He was crying and just started to shriek. It was clear to me that just from listening, [that] this was a child who didn’t have a use of a vocabulary. He was trying to communicate something,” Groner told InsideEdition.com. After a few minutes of hearing the child’s cries, passengers grew weary and were losing their patience. “People are frustrated. People are waking up. It was a day flight, which is always a little harder,” Groner said. “The phones [on the plane] just started to ring so I’m getting thoughts in my mi
Watch Bhojpuri song: Hrithik Roshan grooving to the sassy beats of ‘Tu Lagavelu Lipastic’ in spoof video

Watch Bhojpuri song: Hrithik Roshan grooving to the sassy beats of ‘Tu Lagavelu Lipastic’ in spoof video

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  Wedding season is on and you may be planning to throw a dance on the beats of some of the latest song. What if you are suggested to dance on famous Bhojpuri track that has been mixed with the beats of 'Kaho Naa Pyaar Hea? This video has been shared on Facebook on March 31, the video has collected over 2.2 million views, some 32,000 reactions and over 33,000 shares so far.     The title-track of Kaho Naa ... Pyaar Hai is replaced with 'Tu Lagavelu Lipastic' in the video and it's hilarious making the actor laugh himself. But mind it you will surely enjoy this video.
Viral story Mowgli girl a media hoax? Police says she was found in January, fully clothed, no monkeys

Viral story Mowgli girl a media hoax? Police says she was found in January, fully clothed, no monkeys

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  The viral story of the feral child, or known as Mowgli girl, could be nothing but a media hoax. According to local police, the 11-year-old was not found naked or surrounded by monkeys as is being reported in media. As the story of a “Mowgli girl” being found in the jungles of Katerniaghat near Bahraich spreads, Head Constable Sarvajeet Yadav says the 11-year-old he rescued two and a half months ago has no resemblance to what is being reported by the media.   The girl, who was at the Bahraich district hospital for a long time after that, was on Saturday shifted to Lucknow’s Nirvan Hospital for the mentally challenged. A report in Indian Express quotes Yadav saying that the girl was rescued by him and his two other colleagues on January 24 after a call about abandao
Scary! Horrified customer finds 12-foot python in a supermarket refrigerator

Scary! Horrified customer finds 12-foot python in a supermarket refrigerator

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  A lady in South Africa came across a horrifying situation after she found a 12-foot long python sleeping inside a refrigerator in a supermarket. The incident took place in a Spar store in cape twon, where a woman went on to get some yoghurt. According to the media reports, the lady accidently grabbed the python in her quest to get yoghurt. Reportedly, the creature, which was an African Rock Python, was fast asleep in the fridge of the store. Indeed it was a spine chilling moment for the customer. Reportedly, she was petrified at the moment and screamed 'snake'. The picture of the python sleeping the store has even got viral on social media.
Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case: SC to decide on early hearing

Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case: SC to decide on early hearing

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According to the 54-page charge sheet, BAP leaders allegedly expressed their intention of constructing a temple publicly by way of political speeches over a highly disputed land since the 1950s. The apex court directed no fresh trial to take place and directed the Lucknow bench to hear the case on an everyday basis. The Supreme Court on Friday said it will take a decision on the early hearing of a batch of petitions including cross-appeals in the Ram Temple-Rabbi Mastoid land dispute case. The SC bench said this when BAP leader Bahamanian Seamy, who is one of the petitioners, mentioned the matter for urgent listing and hearing. “We will take a decision on it,” a PIT report quoted the bench, comprising Chief Justice J S Khazar and Justice D Y Chandra, as saying. Based on the charge-sh
Home About To Fall Off Cliff Is On The Market For $850,000

Home About To Fall Off Cliff Is On The Market For $850,000

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Home About To Fall Off Cliff Is On The Market For $850,000. This house may be teetering off the edge of a cliff but it will still cost its next owner $850,000 to purchase.  This does seem like a lot of money for a home that doesn’t even look safe, but it’s realtor, Valerie Crowell says the property is a steal. “Mathematically, it’s not that crazy,” she said. “We are in a $1.5 million neighborhood,” according to Inside Edition.com.  The home, which was damaged by a landslide that resulted from heavy rain, is located in Lafayette, California. The home is red-tagged, meaning, “Entry into the home may result in death or injury.”   “It’s red-tagged because if there is any more shifting, there is going to be a big problem and somebody could definitely be hurt,” Crowell continued. Due t