The Local—Sweden's news in English—recently revealed that five Swedish scientists have confessed that they have been quoting Bob Dylan song titles in research articles.
But that is not all, they are also running a wager on who can squeeze the most references in published articles before retirement.
After a day of much tension at the International border with Pakistan firing on border posts and villages and the Indian Home Minister asking the BSF jawans to give effective replies, here is a gentle reminder by Indian-American artist Zeshan Bagewadi that we are essentially the same people.
An a capella music video by an all-male choir from one of the oldest and most prestigious universities of the world, Oxford, has been going viral on the internet.
The music video has a medley of three very popular numbers by Shakira -- Hips Don't Lie, Whenever Where ever and Waka Waka.
Doing the rounds on social media today is this epic English song. Vennu Mallesh, who writes his own lyrics and sings 'in English only' composed this song titled 'It's My Life Whatever I Wanna Do' almost two years along. Now that it has gone viral, the video has garnered some 4,031,064 votes.
You ask why? See for yourself.
And he has a warning for everyone too: "Don't believe me, I am a true liar"
No, we promise this has nothing to do with Bhappi Lahiri. He is not the only Indian who wishes to celebrate World Cup with, well, some kind of Indian music.