Police in many states of India have begun using social media to engage with citizens, especially younger generations. Many instances of them using memes and pop culture references to spread awareness have emerged. Featured Image: Twitter account of Mumbai Police The views in these articles are of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the … Read more

Wordle, an online word puzzle game, invented by Josh Wardle back in October, 2021 has taken the world by storm. Currently, the game boasts almost 3 million users across the globe! The simplicity of the game has played a strong role in getting people addicted to it.  Feature Image : https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/us/nyt-buys-wordle-game-created-by-brit-software-engineer-for-his-indian-girlfriend/articleshow/89279872.cms

In his show “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”, John Oliver recently shared that sending good morning messages is extremely popular in India. However, this trend had been first identified back in 2018 when several articles had highlighted how Indians sharing good morning messages/images/videos was actually causing a traffic jam on the internet globally!

Food blogger Gaurav Wasan, highlighted the plight of an elderly couple who are selling fresh food in South Delhi. He made a video in which the elderly man was teary-eyed while narrating the financial plight he was going through with the business slowing down. The video went viral instantly with people sharing it on their … Read more

During an Instagram Live session, popular Punjabi and Bollywood singer, actor Diljit Dosanjh had an interesting ‘clash’ with Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa. The video showed the hilarious exchange that followed between the two as Diljit repeatedly kept asking Alexa to play his latest track. It immediately became viral and has received over 2.5 million views. … Read more

Recently, Instagram launched its own short video feature called Reels in India. It lets users create videos on the app, add creative filters, music. Reels can be shared with friends or anyone on Instagram. India is the fourth country where this new Instagram video format is being tested. The views in this article are of the … Read more

As per a survey conducted by the Limelight Networks it was identified that Indians are watching the most online content per day during the ongoing pandemic globally The views in this article are of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of the institute.

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