Hackers take down website of Maneka Gandhi’s NGO after she blamed people of Malappuram district for the death of pregnant elephant
The hackers put a message on the web page saying that Maneka Gandhi used the matter of elephant's death for dirty politics.
NDTV fears that emails will be used ‘out of context’ to damage their reputation.
A group calling itself ‘Legion’ hacked the account and sent warnings to Rahul Gandhi.
The court will now hear the case on August 13, 2020, when the charge-sheet will be read out in the court.
Government and Policy
Modi govt abolishes textile board with ‘activists’ and ‘experts’ pontificating, to get work done through institutes like NIFT instead
The Handloom Board was an ornamental board that had activist and experts who essentially pontificated without doing any real ground work
As per reports, there are over 170 high-profile stars who have allegedly paid to gain fake followers on social media.
Centre defends media’s right to report Tablighi Jamaat case in SC, says Jamiat petition demanding gag order based on non-accredit fact-check portals
Islamists and their sympathisers had collectively rushed to shield the Tablighi Jamaat super spreaders of Coronavirus
The Wire claims ‘activist’ Rehana Fathima should be celebrated and not punished for posting video of her children painting on her nude body
The Wire in an article claimed that the perverse actions of Rehana Fathima ought to be celebrated and not punished.
Twitter user arrested by Maharashtra police for criticising the Uddhav Thackeray govt on social media
Mumbai Police arrested Twitter user Sunaina Holey for posting against Maharashtra CM and his son, to be presented in court today
Yuva Sena registered complaint against twitter user for calling Aaditya Thackeray "Baby Penguin" and Uddhav Thackeray "Aurangzeb"
While most Bollywood actors and cricketers chose not to welcome Ram Mandir, here are the ones who did not shy away
Only a few actors and sportspersons celebrated Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan and shared wishes on social media.
Muslims chose to stay back in India: An analysis of the mythical, unsubstantiated trope that is used to make Hindus feel guilty
Muslims who stayed back in India after the partition, did not primarily do so out of their innate love for mother India
Pakistan borrows $1 Billion from its all-weather ally China to repay $1 Billion Saudi Arabia loan to avoid default on international debt obligations
China tightens its grip over Pakistan, gives $1 billion loan to repay Saudi Arabia's $1 billion loan, grants 90% of $6.8 billion railway project