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Based out of WhatsApp’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California, Lahiri can be contacted via email and general post by over 200 million users in the country.
Based out of WhatsApp's headquarters in Menlo Park, California, Lahiri can be contacted via email and general post by over 200 million users in the country.
According to government sources, an internal discussion was held on the issue and a third letter could now be sent to WhatsApp in the next 7-10 days.
The victim said, her husband sent her back to Hyderabad, one year in July 2018 and later on divorced her over WhatsApp.
The case, involving former Jharkhand Minister Yogendra Sao and his legislator wife Nirmala Devi, had reached SC, which was left wondering as to how this kind of a 'joke' was allowed to happen.
WhatsApp built a new version of its private messaging app for JioPhone, running the KaiOS operating system.
With early elections to the state Assembly looking certain now, the political war on the virtual world has just shifted gears.
The Supreme Court has pulled up a Jharkhand trial court for using WhatsApp call to pronounce the order of charge to former minister of Jharkhand and his MLA wife, who are accused in a 2016 case.
The family of the bride received a call from the bridegroom's family saying that they had called off the marriage as the girl was addicted to Whatsapp, said police.
The case, involving a former minister of Jharkhand and his MLA wife, saw the lower court judge in Hazaribagh putting these accused on trial through a 'WhatsApp' call.
But as per the submission made by the CCB, although request has been made by to furnish details, social media companies have not obliged in many cases and also rejected the requests, the court added.
People from across the State can participate in the debates and share their points of view on how the police can function effectively.
Bank officials have debunked a WhatsApp message that claims that ATMs may not have cash from September 2 to 9 due to six bank holidays during the period.
The Facebook-owned company has been on an overdrive after it faced severe criticism from the government over circulation of fake news on its platform that incited mob lynching.
The "swadeshi" app was hastily taken down from Google Play Store in May due to poor security and performance.