I'm Gayathri Kanagasundaram. I have a BA in Journalism from the University of Lincoln and now I am doing a Postgraduate in Broadcast Journalism at Leeds Trinity University.
Goodbye Mark Darcy! 15 other fictional deaths that we still mourn today
Helen Fielding's decision to kill off Bridget Jones's very own Mr Darcy was met with horror ahead of yesterday's release of Mad About the Boy. TNS decided to revisit the other fictional deaths that we just can't get over.
Meet the Superfan of: The Chuckle Brothers
The latest superfan we've been chatting to is Shaun Hope, whose love for the Chuckle Brothers appears to know no bounds. Here's an insight into his world. To me to you...
Meet the Superfan of: Terry Pratchett
Pat Harkin's favourite piece of memorabilia is a pickle that was grown in Terry Pratchett's garden.
Going through uni as a virgin
For some the idea of sex can be incredibly nerve-racking.
Meet the Superfan of: Miranda Hart
Miranda Hart has one of the biggest fan bases to surround any comedian. TNS talks to 16-year-old Becky Clarke, a girl known for not keeping her love for Hart a secret...
Meet the Superfan Of: David Mitchell and Victoria Coren
There are fans, and then there are superfans. Bolstered by twitter, they idolise and follow celebrities as diverse as David Mitchell and the Chuckle Brothers. 15-year-old Lucy Robson is one of them...
Uni magazine pulled after running cover featuring the vaginas of 18 students
Throughout the years, we've had our fair share of the controversial magazine covers - from Rolling Stone's Janet Jackson to Demi Moore's Vanity Fair to Timeï¿½s breastfeeding mum.
Man arrested for having a one man pants party on Angela Merkel's plane
The Germans have always been known for their intense security and the major ramifications if they get it wrong. However an incident from a month ago is to be forever on their wall of shame.
Celebrity fandom: has the internet created the ultimate superfan?
After the outcry following Channel 4's documentary 'Crazy About One Direction', we may be questioning how far fans really go in order to show how much they love their idols.
TV Review: Big School
After a bit of break from television, David Walliams and Catherine Tate are back in the new show, Big School. Written by Walliams and comedy trio Dawson Bros this sitcom centres on the romantic lives of high school teachers.
Glasses that detect date rape drugs to go on sale in September
Nightclubs could get a little safer now a new series of barware that can detect date rape drugs has been designed.
Design a Nica Print Competition: Have your chance to see your design on a Nica satchel
Artists and fashion designers, get yours pencils, paint brushes or whatever you like to create with ready. Nica is giving you the chance to share your design skills with the rest of the world.
Interview: The Honeyz
After 10 years out of the public eye, British 90s RNB band Honeyz are back thanks to The Big Reunion. TNS talks to them about arguments, new and unexpected careers- and why now is the best time of their lives.
One quarter of students lie their way into university, says survey
The Tab has revealed that over one quarter of 1,500 students asked have lied their way to get into university.
What a load of cheetahs! Zoo caught out after replacing lions with dogs and snakes with rats
Most people can usually tell the difference between a lion and a dog and between a rat and a snake. Well, except the staff at one zoo in China.
More students struggling to make ends meet, says study
According to a survey by Lloyds TSB, more students than last year are struggling to make ends meet.
More students taking up part time work to fund university
Now fees have risen to up to ï¿½9,000 in most universities, a survey has revealed that over half of students admit to working in order to pay for their degrees.
Graduates may be on the job hunt for six months, according to survey
The class of 2012 will have on average a six-month hunt in order get a full time job, a survey has revealed.