Wednesday, July 30 was clearly a day for collective laughter and smiles on Twitter in Turkey as hundreds of women posted pictures of themselves laughing.
It wasn't just grinning for the sake of a ritual. This was a laughing in the face of the deputy prime minister, Bülent Arinç, who in a speech a couple of days before on Eid had said that women should not laugh in public.
While Israel wages its violent war on Gaza, a different battle has been going on in cyberspace.
Brazil's National Indian Foundation has released video footage showing isolated indigenous people coming forward for outside assistance after fleeing attacks in Peru.
Yes, you guessed it. A new Aamir Khan movie is about to be released, and as always, the actore has shown his marketing genius..
That it wasn't her "inner voice" but Rahul Gandhi's threat 'to go to any extent' if Sonia accepted Prime Minister's post in 2004 because of his fear for her life, was not the only sensational disclosure in K.Natwar Singh's interview to promote his forthcoming book.