Zooming into a micro world

Martin Kaae Kristiansen from Denmark, the biomedical student is passionate about snapping images and videos of a world impossible to see with our naked eye. Martin is one of many science-lovers on Instagram who share high resolution and jaw-dropping images of specimens taken from their labs. Continue Reading

What does it take to run fashion biz on Instagram?

It is difficult to run fashion business on Instagram as you need to stay on top of swarming content and immense competition. So, News Today asked three Chennai-based fashion entrepreneurs what does it take to thrive Continue Reading

On JK Rowling’s birthday, here’s why Harry Potter continues to cast magic

When ‘Pride and Prejudice’ were released, little did Jane Austen knew what she was about to make a dent in the soul of literature. When ‘1984’ was launched, George Orwell scared us with the dangers of a world under constant surveillance. And when ‘Harry Potter’ was released by Bloomsbury, it made history. Continue Reading

Mythology man Amish Tripathi talks about Raavan and writing

Thanks to him, mythology has now become one of the most read genres. Amish is a busy man these days, travelling across the country to promote his latest book, Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta, from the Ram Chandra series. Continue Reading

A look at book and films based on Kargil War on its 20th anniversary

On 26 July 1999 India successfully claimed backed its land from Pakistan. Kargil War changed our nation’s course of history. Heroes sacrificed their lives. Brave men were honoured. Books and films were made. Continue Reading

Controversial age changing app’s privacy policy is a cause for concern

FaceApp is an app available for iOS and Android developed by Russian company Wireless Lab. The company claims to use artificial intelligence to ‘generate highly realistic transformations of faces in photographs’. All you need to do is just upload your photo. The app then starts working its visual magic and voila, you look old. Continue Reading

FB event ‘Storm Area 51’ is a fodder for conspiracy theorists

On a Facebook event titled, ‘Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us’, the creators explained: ‘We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.’ Over 1.4 million people signed up, planning to assemble at the coveted utopia on 20 September. But what the heck is Area 51? Continue Reading

50 wagons carrying water from Jolarpettai to arrive Chennai today

“The water special train is being filled at Jolarpettai now,” a senior Railway official told News Today this afternoon. “Once it is fully loaded, it is likely to leave for Villivakkam this evening. It may take about five to six hours to reach the city. Continue Reading

Reasons behind the Internet’s obsession with ASMR videos

ASMR or Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response is ‘an experience characterised by a tingling sensation on the skin that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine’. To explain in more simpler words (with example), you get this feeling when someone scratches on a chalk board. You shudder, cringe-inward and feel like running away. Continue Reading

Scale Smart is an easy to read digital marketing guide

‘Scale Smart: How To Get 1000 Your First Customers In India’ by Anirudh Narayan, published by NotionPress is perhaps the best easy to read digital marketing guide. To say in a nutshell, it is a textbook marketing course that covers every major social media platform like FaceBook, Twitter, Instagram, and more. It offers step-by-step solutions to achieve growth in this arena. Continue Reading