For those unversed about the famous Times Square ball drop tradition, it takes place every year at New York’s Times Square. At 11:59 pm a dazzling ball made out of crystals slides down a pole to welcome the new year. This year, the ritual will be perfomed but with slight changes as the ball will dop in an empty street due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While the year 2020 was all about COVID19 and the bitter memories it left behind, the year also witnessed many good things around us. Let's have a look at some of them here.
A video of a toddler dancing to the tunes of Tamil song, Morakka from the 2018 film Laxmi is going viral on social media platforms. The excited girl can be seen standing in front of the television and imitating the dance steps of actress Ditya Bhande, the lead actress in the song.
Owner of the famous Baba Ka Dhaba, Kanta Prasad, now owns a restaurant in Malviya Nagar, See the pics here:
Do you ever wish to get away from the hustle-bustle of life and seclude yourself from the world? Well, you need to look at the pictures of the ‘world’s loneliest house’ and then decide for yourself, situated on a remote Icelandic island, which has been uninhabited for more than 100 years.
An earthquake measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale hit Delhi-NCR on Thursday night at 11.46 p.m. While the epicenter was near Alwar district in Rajasthan, the tremors were strong in the capital region. This sparked a meme fest on Twitter. Check out hilarious memes and jokes here.
As the temperature in Delhi-NCR drops, Netizens are sharing hilarious memes and jokes, Take a look at the best ones here:
Even if we imagine our smartphone dropping from a low height our heart skips a beat thinking of the catastrophic damage to our phone. But you will be shocked to know that an iPhone 6s which was dropped from an airplane 2,000 feet above the ground survived the drop.
A girl from the state of Tamil Nadu, SN Lakshmi Sai Sri created a world record during the UNICO Book of World Records by cooking 46 dishes in 58 minutes in Chennai on Tuesday.
As we know, with the rapid climate change and weather patterns becoming more erratic the great Himalayan range is under huge threat of disruption but amidst this, there's a fascinating snapshot from the space that's going to leave you stunned.
Smriti Irani has shared a photo of her working pandemic mornings and got all quirky when a user pointed at her hawai chappal (slippers) instead. See how she reacted:
The shiny metallic monoliths are definitely a topic of discussion for netizens as they wonder what if the blink and miss object is seen in India. This has triggered a meme fest on Twitter with users coming up with parodies of the iconic scenes from Bollywood movies and defining the most habitual things Indians do when they see something strange or out of the world.
Fishermen in Kerala released an endangered whale shark caught in their net in a rescue that netizens, activists and twitterati have lauded after a few photos of the incident went viral on social media. See the post here:
Just after 'Beer and Maggi' combo, a recent picture of 'Ferrero Rocher' and Manchurian have been doing rounds on internet. The Manchurian dish made with chocolate balls, and Twitterati tried not to gag.
A plane passenger was filmed sticking chewing gum and a lollipop into a woman’s hair after she apparently blocked the view of the on-board TV. See her video here:
A mysterious metal monolith appeared in the remote Utah desert was removed by an 'unknown party'. The mystery of how it appeared remains, but the riddle of its removal seems to have been solved. Here's how
The 82-year-old Bilkis Bano has been trolled on Twitter as she joins the farmers protesting against recently enacted farm laws. See the posts here:
Amrik Sukhdev dhaba has earned accolades for coming to the support of the farmers by offering free food. The video of the dhaba located on the Ambala-Delhi national highway by shared by Youth Wing of the Indian National Congress on the microblogging website. The gesture was praised not just by common people but also many celebrities.
According to entrepreneur Ritu Malhotra, this specific orange grew in her friend's farm in the city of Nagpur, Maharashtra. The production of oranges at the city is huge but this one was different from the rest because it was giant and had measured 24 inches in circumference and 8 inches in height. If this wasn't enough, it weighed as much as 1.425kg as on 23rd November, 2020.
The COVID19 pandemic has left the world in a bad shape with many small businesses trying to survive when the economy is crashing down. However, there is still goodness left in the world. In Cleaveland US, a man ordered a single beer from a restaurant called NightTown and left a tip of $3000.