Sri Lanka drafting bill to curb growing incidents of religious slander on social media
The move comes after a stand-up comedian Nathasha Edirisooriya allegedly made certain derogatory remarks on religions, which she uploaded online.
Blog to books, English trainer’s mantra for learning is thinking
Naduvattam Jinarajadas ALP school, Paropadi AUP school, Vengeri AUP school and Vengeri Face Public school have initiated a learning programme that has adopted methods suggested in the blog.
300 influencers to help BJP spread the word on Modi government’s 9 years
He added that to mark the nine years of the Modi government, these influencers will make vlogs, vox-pop and Instagram reels to promote the centre’s work in the national capital.
Odisha: Security supervisor arrested for outraging modesty of colleague
On Sunday, the 27-year-old victim, a resident of Manjunathnagar in Rajajinagar, found that he uploaded her obscene picture as his profile picture on WhatsApp.
Taking the system for a ride
Ansari feels that that authorities can collaborate with artistes and capitalize on their influence in amplifying a good cause which can inspire others to act.
Social media post on Prophet flares tempers in UP's Tilhar
The accused has since been arrested and police have been deployed at his house to prevent any flare-ups.
As net tightens, Iranians pushed to take up homegrown apps
"I use Telegram and WhatsApp and, if my VPN still allows me, I'll check Instagram," a former municipality employee said, adding that he has not installed domestic apps as replacements.
Youth shares girlfriend’s pics on social media in Odisha, held
The duo gradually fell in love and during the course of their relationship, stayed in a hotel in Puri last year.
UP: Man arrested for social media post praising Atiq Ahmad, brother
The arrest came after members of some Hindu organisations demanded action against Rajik Ali.
Kochi Metro: Social media hook to ‘reel’ in commuters
Joining them is the Kochi Metro Rail Ltd (KMRL) whose promotional campaign, which uses trending reels and memes to attract commuters, is a huge success.
Karnataka: Actor Chetan gets interim HC relief till June 2
The acts of the petitioner must be established that they are inimical to the national interest. For which the respondents need to justify by way of filing a statement of objections, the court said.
White saviour complex, mass shootings & a bloody nose
It is interesting to watch India, and the ‘new Indians’ tribe on social media, pushing back against western nosey parkers.
Bombay HC seeks Centre's affidavit on IT rules amendment to identify fake news
Kamra in the petition has sought the court to declare the amended rules as unconstitutional and a direction to the government to restrain from taking action against any individual under the rules.
BJD trains ministers, MLAs to be social media-savvy
Ahead of the 2024 elections, the ruling party has decided to teach all the elected members how to how to post on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and use Whatsapp.
INTERVIEW | Social media platforms should compensate content creators: I&B Secy
National Film Development Corporation of India and Prasar Bharati are working on a plan to develop an OTT platform, says I&B Secretary Apurva Chandra
Confused, happy or happily confused? No fooling around this day
In the spirit of the day, we all knew one can’t be a fool until fools be them. No sermonizing, not being prudish and not being funny… yet laughing out loud for nothing.
After acquiring Twitter for USD 44 billion, Musk says platform's worth dropped by half to USD 20 billion
He cited a revenue drop of $1.5 billion a year and a debt-servicing burden of the same amount -- leaving it with "only 4 months of money."
‘Influencer’ held for breaking into house, stealing in Chennai
To finance her lavish lifestyle, a 33-year-old woman, who claims to be a social media influencer, broke into a locked house and stole a gold chain and cash.
As luck would have it... on social media
Lotteries dept planning to make trade transparent; FB, Insta, Twitter handles to be made lively
A hobby today, a cause tomorrow
With less people on the roads, wildlife was freer to forage for food or go about business. Equally, the life cycles of wild animals continued as they always have.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test