Exclusive details: Here are some of the points that the Parliamentary Standing Committee, headed by Shashi Tharoor, raised with Twitter
Indian officials of the microblogging site Twitter were questioned by the Parliamentary Panel on Information Technology on various issues.
Since China has a humongous population like, we could look at what worked there in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic
UNHRC, which tried to help Prashant Bhushan keep illegal Rohingyas in India, could be compromised by China, UK Parliamentary Panel finds
UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee is all set to release a report that says that China is on its way to breaking up multilateral organisations
Big Liberals, small hearts: By donating 80 vials of vaccine, America has proved to be the poorest country in the world
Do you remember when Western media and their native sepoys flew drones over cremation grounds in India? They are quiet now
Washington Post journalist deletes his racist tweet against Indians, blocks everyone who calls out his racism
Washington Post's Dave Weigel's problematic tweets raise eyebrows, netizens call out the racism.
‘You are just a private, for-profit company, don’t try to dictate India’s legal policy. Comply with Indian law’: GOI to Twitter
Lawmaking and policy formulations are the sole prerogatives of the sovereign and Twitter is just a social media platform. It will have no locus in dictating what India's legal policy framework should be", the statement strongly asserted.
China has constructed new roads, a small hydropower station, two Communist Party administrative centers, a communications base, a disaster relief warehouse in the Lhuntse district of Northern Bhutan, as per a Foreign Policy report.
Quds is the Arabic name for Jerusalem, which is the holy site for Jews, Christians and Muslims.
Israel has no history of animosity against India and her citizens and Israel has stood during India in thick and thin.
Washington Post and DW News resort to vulture journalism, criticised by netizens for ‘promoting’ India’s Covid crisis on Twitter
Social Media users slammed Washington Post and DW for 'selling human tragedy' for cash.