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While students expressed that they were bullied on campus, some even admitted being involved in bullying others.
Hundreds of people can be seen flying kites from the terraces of their buildings in the twin cities of Hyderabad, Secunderabad and outskirts.
Following a Sri Lankan woman's Sabarimala entry, former cricketer Sangakkara's Facebook page is spammed by many Keralites, which many call an act of cyber-bullying and absurdity.
In October, a 23-year-old jumped in front of a train in Vyasarpadi, allegedly because he was trolled online for dressing up as a woman for one of his TikTok videos.
When the police officers and reached the girl's flat in Sharjah, she was apparently preparing herself to end her life.
The furry covering on the bodies' of flying reptiles called 'pycnofibres' has been identified as four types of feathers.
In addition to the Flight Cadets, 15 officers of the Indian Navy and Coast Guard were also awarded their ‘Wings’ on the successful completion of flying training from the Air Force Academy.
The new drone can squeeze itself to pass through gaps and then go back to its previous shape while continuing to fly.
The 38-page handbook for children above 13 years of age, throws light on different types of cyber threats and also lists some key safeguards that may help children protect themselves against such crim
Most of the complainants are from the state, while a few are expats residing in the West Asia.
The actual foundation stone was removed just three hours before the event after Punjab cabinet Minister and local legislator Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa objected to the names of Badals.
When the ex-JNUSU vice-president quit Twitter after a decade-long stint as an active Twitter user, some were happy and quite a few were sad. But why did she do it? Read here...
#SocialForGood will be a four-hour long live event, which will take place on November 27 on Facebook.
The study showed that more than 60 per cent of online risks were sourced from strangers and people whom respondents knew only online, and 28 per cent came from family and friends.
In the 155-page report, Cox quoted several anonymous contributors who said it would take "several generations" for meaningful change to be enacted.