A video of a female CEO in India dancing to her heart’s delight with employees right in the middle of the day has gone viral on social media.
Another absurdly dangerous TikTok challenge has sparked concern over videos of young users driving to the lyrics of a late 2000s dance track as they “slid to the left, slid to the right” between lanes.
The option will be available to users in Ireland, with a worldwide roll-out planned for the first half of 2020.
Social media app TikTok apologised to a user on Thursday for removing a video that criticised China’s treatment of Muslims, blaming a “human moderation error” and saying the images
The Sharjah Police have warned residents against any offensive actions or behaviours that seek to obstruct the procedures taken to protect the community.
From Priyanka Chopra to Amitabh Bachchan, some of the Indian film industry's biggest names feature in the short film titled 'Family,' urging people to stay home amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The prankster in question is YouTube star Nadir Ali who runs a channel called P for Pakao, which features short videos of Nadir and his team pulling pranks on unsuspecting people around the country.
While most nine-year-olds have been battling during lockdown with the vagaries of homeschooling, Lupo Daturi has been waging war on COVID-19 itself. Virtually.
An activist says in the video that wearing masks activates the coronavirus within people, without providing evidence, and criticises orders to stay away from beaches.