30 Mar, 21:58 (IST)

The Tokyo Olympics have been rescheduled and new dates have been rolled out. From July 23 to August 8, 2021, the International Olympic Committee announced last week. The games would be delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. Check Tweet:

30 Mar, 18:16 (IST)

#Coronavirustruth is trending online. Netizens are sharing powerful posts having pictures and sketches about the current situation. Check Tweets:

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30 Mar, 18:05 (IST)

While everyone is spending time on TikTok and other social media platform, people are getting hooked on the "Bored in the House" track. The song contains the lyrics, "I’m bored in the house and I’m in the house bored," on repeat. Read the entire story here.

30 Mar, 16:34 (IST)

Identified as doctor Nasser Ali Al Shahrani, is seen returning home to his family. The child runs to hug him. But he stops his son and breaks into tearts. The emotional video has gone viral on social media.Watch Video:

30 Mar, 15:21 (IST)

With the number of novel coronavirus cases increasing, police officials on the ground are doing their bit to create awareness among public. On the similar line, a team of Pune police officers outside the Dattawadi police station gathered to sing a song and create awareness about COVID-19.Watch Video:

30 Mar, 13:58 (IST)

Volunteer police cadets in the London Borough of Havering, gathered to sing happy birthday to a girl who turned 7. She had to cancel her birthday party because of the COVID-19 lockdown to slow the spread of the deadly virus.Watch Video:

30 Mar, 12:44 (IST)

A Twitter user @usam_a posted a picture of tit birds calling it a "thread of tits." In a way, he trolled all users who would have expected pictures of boobs but got treated to these small birds and their varieties. Read the story hereCheck the Tweets Here:

30 Mar, 11:37 (IST)

A family decided to throw a dinner party for their kids, with proper wine and dine set up so as they do not feel the isolation blues. Parents arranged everything like a formal dinner party for them. Video of the same has been shared online and it is going viral. Watch video here:

30 Mar, 10:36 (IST)

Today marks the celebration of National Doctors' Day in the US. On this day, people have taken to social media to express gratitude for all doctors and physicians.Check some tweets here:

30 Mar, 09:34 (IST)

March 30 marks the celebration of World Idli Day, a celebration dedicated to this South Indian breakfast dish. Pictures of people enjoying their idlis have been shared on Twitter.Check some tweets here:

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It is yet another Monday and people have taken to social media platforms with new stories. With most people at home due to coronavirus lockdown, netizens are sharing their quarantine day stories on social media. Others are posting inspirational stories and motivational quotes with the hashtags #MondayMotivation and #MondayThoughts. And as the day progresses we promise to keep you updated with everything happening on social media platforms. From funny memes, hilarious GIFs, Facebook posts, tweets to trending stories, we ensure you will be on top everything trending on the internet.

March 30 marks various festivals and events across the world. It marks Rajasthan Day which commemorates the day in which the entire state came into existence. The state which was earlier known as Rajputana and Rajasthan came into existence and got its recognition on March 30, 1949. It also marks World Bipolar Day that creates a world-wide awareness initiative of ISBD in conjunction with the Asian Network of Bipolar Disorder (ANBD) and the International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF). World Idli Day is also marked on March 30. It was started by Eniyavan, a famous Idli caterer from Chennai. The day highlights the nutrient-rich food which is a popular breakfast in South India.

March 30 marks the birthdays of quite a lot of celebrities and popular figures like Palak Muchhal, Robbie Coltrane, Warren Beatty, Eric Clapton and Celine Dion. In the age of social media, anything and everything has the capacity to go viral. With coronavirus being the top trending topic on social media, there is a lot of information about the topic that is being shared. It is important to ensure that the story you are sharing is real and now a fake story. Meanwhile, we wish you a Happy Monday and hope you and your family remains safe and healthy.