Burger King UK deletes 'sexiest' tweet, got criticised again for indirectly blaming critics.
After AAP legislator Virender Singh Kadian, several abusive, misogynistic tweets of other party loyalists surface on social media
Earlier in the day, AAP MLA from Delhi Cantt constituency Virender Singh Kadian received social media backlash after his vile tweets targeting women, Hindus, journalists and political opponents went viral.
‘Aren’t fake 33 cr Gods enough’: Abusive tweets of AAP MLA go viral, while Netizens demand ouster, MLA peddles ‘hacked theory
The AAP MLA Virender Singh Kadian then made his account private and later deleted it, in the hopes of not exposing himself further.
A conversation in the novel portrayed that women who visited temples to show that they were available for sex.
‘Only attractive women are raped’, Congress leader’s vile tweets a month after Nirbhaya rape and murder go viral, defend self saying ‘I was a...
After the old tweets were widely shared on social media today, Nizami has deleted them and has been blocking people who are asking him about the tweets.
After Youth Congress preached about respecting women, its Punjab unit uses misogynistic hashtag to target Kangana Ranaut
A tweet was posted from the official Twitter handle of Punjab Youth Congress using a highly vulgar hashtag to target Kangana Ranaut.
Kamal Nath refuses to apologize despite Rahul Gandhi’s rebuke, suggests RaGa never understood the context of ‘item’ remark
Earlier too, Kamal Nath had brazened it out by saying his comment was distorted to deviate public discourse from 'main issues'
Bombay High Court plays the audio clip of Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut wherein he called Kangana Ranaut, ‘Haramkhor’. Read details
Sanjay Raut's lawyer, Pradeep J Torat, countered the allegations by claiming that Sanjay Raut did not name Kangana Ranaut in his statement.
She was bowling to him, I did not use any other word: Sunil Gavaskar issues clarification after being targetted with fake news
Hours after being subjected to online backlash for 'sexism' and 'misogyny' on the basis of fake news, ace cricketer Sunil Gavaskar responded to the controversy
The ad, created 25 years ago, was dedicated to actress Urmila Matondkar for her performance in the movie 'Rangeela'.