Exclusive: MPs hail Kerala's singing sensation Jayalakshmi

Over the past few days, a video of a young girl singing Lata Mangeshkar's hit number `Satyam Shivam Sundaram` had gone viral on social media.

Three arrested in Morocco over video inciting terrorism

 Moroccan police have arrested three people in the city of Berkane in the country`s northeast suspected of having links to a terrorist ring which allegedly uploaded on YouTube a video inciting terrorism, Morocco`s interior ministry said in a statement.

Kamal Haasan now has a YouTube channel
Kamal Haasan now has a YouTube channel

Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan now has an official YouTube channel titled Ulaganayagan Tube. It was recently launched and has over 2,000 subscribers and over 50,000 views.

New world record set with 333 km/hour bicycle ride

 French daredevil Francois Gissy set a new world record for the highest speed attained while riding a bicycle - reaching a gut churning speed of 333 km/hour in 4.8 seconds.

Watch: Viral 'Syrian hero boy' video 'staged' by Norwegian filmmaker
Watch: Viral 'Syrian hero boy' video 'staged' by Norwegian filmmaker

The much-talked about viral video purportedly showing a young Syrian boy braving gunfire to rescue a girl was actually a 'staged' experiment, BBC Trending reported on Saturday.

Indians charged for running fraudulent investment scheme in US

New York: Two Indians have been charged by US authorities for running an alleged high-yield investment scheme through which they sought to exploit investors by pervasive social media pitches on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

Appeals court will revisit order to remove anti-Islamic film from YouTube

A US appeals court will reconsider whether Google Inc must remove from its YouTube video sharing service an anti-Islamic film that sparked protests across the Muslim world.

DDA Housing Scheme 2014 results to be declared on November 10

The wait is not yet over for DDA Housing Scheme 2014 applicants as the results of the flagship scheme will take more time to be declared.

One held for anti-Venkateswara video

 A man was arrested today for alleged involvement in posting a video footage with derogatory remarks about Lord Venkateswara of the famous hill shrine near here, police said.

DDA to webcast 'Housing scheme 2014' draw live on YouTube

The eagerly-awaited draw of lots for the flagship 'DDA Housing Scheme 2014' next month can be seen online as the housing authority has decided to webcast the entire event, a top official said on Sunday.

Facebook`s Zuckerberg wages China charm offensive -- in Mandarin
Facebook`s Zuckerberg wages China charm offensive -- in Mandarin

Facebook is banned in China, but the co-founder of the world`s largest social network appears determined to win over hearts and minds in Beijing -- in Mandarin.

YouTube used as source of peer support by mentally ill

People with severe mental illnesses such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder are turning to YouTube to seek peer support, a new study has found.

Mentally-ill seek peer support on YouTube

YouTube has become a common platform to seek and provide peer support for people suffering from mental disorders such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.

Facebook may become top video sharing site: Report
Facebook may become top video sharing site: Report

Videos on Facebook are fast catching up with YouTube in terms of number of shares and the social networking site may overtake YouTube in video sharing through its news feed soon, say researchers.

Video of bikini-clad woman taking selfie goes viral

A secretly taken video of a bikini-clad woman spending more than a minute to get a perfect selfie has gone viral on YouTube, securing as many as 1.6 million hits so far.

Funny or weird? World's first advertisement for sex!
Funny or weird? World's first advertisement for sex!

Does sex need advertisement? The creator of the 'world's first filmed commercial' certainly thinks so.

Hurtful 'fat jokes' prevalent on Twitter: Study
Hurtful 'fat jokes' prevalent on Twitter: Study

Cyberbullying and hurtful 'fat jokes' are disturbingly prevalent in the social media environment, especially on Twitter, scientists say.

Calls grow to lift Youtube ban in Pakistan

As the ban on video-sharing website Youtube in Pakistan entered its third year, calls to lift the controversial ban have begun to grow even as the government appears reluctant to take any chances, fearing backlash from Islamist extremists.

Asian Games: YouTube, plastic shuttlecocks for Afghans
Asian Games: YouTube, plastic shuttlecocks for Afghans

Lessons from YouTube, plastic shuttlecocks and financial support of only $20 a month -- preparations have been far from perfect for Afghanistan`s badminton players at the Asian Games.

Are YouTube, Facebook, Twitter hiding female abuse data?
Are YouTube, Facebook, Twitter hiding female abuse data?

Are YouTube, Facebook and Twitter hiding responses related to female harassment? If we believe a new study, the social media firms are not faring well on publishing abuse-reporting data.