Ravi Shankar Prasad
Ravi Shankar Prasad calls out Dainik Bhaskar for publishing ‘false and misleading’ claims about his late mother’s pension: Details
Former Law minister RS Prasad said he had closed down his mother's pension account on December 31, 2020, six days her death and there is no possibility of a closed down account receiving pension.
Twitter India fails to respond to Standing Committee for blocking the account of IT Minister RS Prasad, Shashi Tharoor
In the absence of any satisfactory answer from Twitter, the Committee can summon an official from the company.
Parliamentary panel headed by Shashi Tharoor seeks written explanation from Twitter about RS Prasad’s account lock
In the absence of a satisfactory answer from Twitter, the Committee headed by Shashi Tharoor can summon an official.
Post for which Twitter locked IT Minister RS Prasad’s account: A DMCA notice, an International Federation and Sony Music
Twitter came under the scanner for blocking Union Minister of Law and Justice, Electronics and IT RS Prasad for violating copyright act
‘My statements calling out the high-handedness of Twitter have clearly ruffled its feathers’: Union IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad
The Union Minister of Information Technology took to Indian app Koo to share that his Twitter account had been blocked for about an hour by the global tech giant.
What happened in UP was illustrative of Twitter’s arbitrariness in fighting fake news: RS Prasad hits out on Twitter after it loses its safety...
While talking about the safe harbour provision of Twitter, Ravi Shankar Prasad said it has failed to comply with the Intermediary Guidelines
Delhi Govt under ‘ration card mafia’ control, doorstep food delivery a ‘Jumla’- Ravi Shankar Prasad slams Arvind Kejriwal over food distribution schemes
Ravi Shankar Prasad said Delhi govt not implementing One Nation One Ration Card and e-verification of ration shops due to ration card mafia
Twitter added that they will provide additional details with respect to new IT rules in a week.
‘Fact-checkers have just one agenda- hate Modi’: Ravi Shankar Prasad slams Twitter over lack of transparency in its fact-checking
Ravi Shankar Prasad slammed Twitter, accusing it of employing prejudiced fact-checkers who have visceral hatred against PM Modi
Twitter asks for another 3 months to comply with new IT guidelines, cites its usual ‘freedom of expression’ rhetoric while controlling the same
Twitter is yet to adapt to the new IT guidelines that came into effect from May 25 after a time period of 3 months was already given to social media companies. Instead, it has issued a statement that it 'wants' to abide by Indian laws but needs more time.