There was some nostalgia, some regret, but hope too. The steady morning drizzle had made for a gloomy day, with many of the 276 booksellers ‘keeping away’.
Facebook global exec moots 'prospective' solution on WhatsApp issue; govt stands firm on traceability
WhatsApp in particular has been under fire over users misusing the platform for circulation of fake news that have incited mob fury.
Twenty-eight-year-old Abhishek Yadav teaches self-defense, combining three Japanese martial art forms.
It is learned that Facebook, while making the SDMA a partner of its Data for Good tool, also trained scores of volunteers across the state in reporting and sharing information in times of crisis.
Under this system, students are allowed to refer to their class notes, textbooks, and other approved material while answering questions during examns.
According to the North Delhi Municipal Corporation, the Mahila Haat, situated opposite Broadway Hotel in Daryaganj, will host the booksellers this Sunday.
The French economist’s new book is a sequel to 'Capital in the 21st Century', which has sold more than 2.5 million copies in 40 languages since 2013.
Mukesh Ambani had stated that 'data is the new oil' as he propagated the protection of Indian users' data generated through the use of the internet as well as social media platforms.
William Dalrymple's 'The Anarchy' is a story of corporate violence which deals with the origins of the Empire between 1599 to 1803.
In the quest, Shalini meets a cast of tender characters, who become almost like family to her.
Tam cinema is an inextricable part of the cultural mindspace of Tamil citizens. Understanding its influence, politicians, especially of the Dravidian movement, have long used the medium for propagandl
The mobile-only feature is part of Facebook's ongoing attempt to reach into all aspects of human existence.
The database included 133 million records of US-based Facebook users, 18 million records of UK users and more than 50 million records of users in Vietnam.
The Professional Footballers' Association met with Twitter, Facebook and Instagram after many of its members staged a 24-hour social media boycott in April as part a campaign called "Enough."
In July, the US FTC slapped a massive $5 billion fine on Facebook over users' privacy violations in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.