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Mamata’s inane remarks are deeply thought out’”don’t fall for it!

Mamata Banerjee often drags media limelight with comments and gestures typical of her that storm social media. Gibberish chants, erroneous Puja Mantras, misplaced quotes...

Social Media erupts against judiciary on oxygen audit report which slurs Kejri govt in Delhi

In the wake of Supreme Court appointed Oxygen Audit Panel’s interim report, which claimed that the Arvind Kejriwal government got four times more oxygen...

Twitter loses 25% of its market value in India, says a report

Social media giant Twitter has hit by another blow amid its tussle with the Indian government. It is reported that Twitter stock loses nearly...

Twitter could lose its status in India in two days time as per new laws

If the new media laws by the Indian government are taken in letter, if not in spirit, Twitter could lose its status in the...

Imran Khan’s government bans Social Media in Pakistan as violence spirals

Imran Khan’s government in Pakistan has imposed a complete ban on social media platforms, including WhatsApp and Twitter amidst mounting protests by supporters of...

Govt moves to regulate digital content: Guidelines for OTT, news publishers, Social Media

For long, its been felt that fake news, agenda-driven OTT (Over The Top) platforms and Tech giants have had a free run in India.  No...

Social Media would be regulated soon if history is any guide

Social Media is a way of life now. But it’s darker side is being more and more manifest, says Dr Aim Sinpeng, a lecturer...

Nora Fatehi buys BMW5 and the makers are quick to seize the moment

The trend is catching on. Not just the celebrity but even the manufacturers are leaving no stones unturned to derive the maximum publicity on...

Malviya is just a start; even Modi would be muzzled on days next: Unless this road is pursued

It’s an alert to Modi government. It would face more and more hurdles in getting its message across to the citizens on the social...

Kerala puts the amended Police Act to curb Social Media on hold

Massive backlash has resulted in Kerala putting on hold the controversial Police Act amendment act. Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that due to concerns raised,...

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