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The curious case of Shweta and her friend’s sex-addict girlfriend. Here is why ‘Shweta’ is trending on Twitter

Shweta, mic on hai tera! Kids, always ensure your mics are off when you are indulging in gossiping.

Supreme Court issues notice to Twitter, Union Government on a petition seeking a mechanism to curb hate speech and fake news

The petition said that social media platforms such as Twitter are being used to amplify activities against the spirit of India

Twitter reports $1.14 billion loss in 2020, sees recovery in the fourth quarter

Although Twitter registered an operating income of $27 million, it showed a net loss due to interest and tax liabilities

Twitter fanning insurrection and defying Indian govt may prompt companies to stop advertising on the platform: Report

As per the 'fact checkers', Twitter has scored a 'self goal' by not adhering to the government's directives to remove objectionable content

Days after telling India that it can’t suspend politicians spreading hate, Twitter makes ban on Donald Trump permanent

Recently, Twitter had refused to comply with the orders of Indian government stating that they will not block the accounts of politicians.

After thousands start migrating to Koo from Twitter, co-founder Aprameya says single-digit Chinese investor to exit

Many raised questions over the 'Chinese' investor in Koo. However, Koo founder Aprameya cleared the doubts.

Govt may arrest Twitter officials if they fail to respect Indian laws and continue to allow their platform to promote hate speech

The centre has made it clear that Twitter has to remove anti-India and Khalistani accounts, especially those accounts which posted hate speech on the platform.

Twitter fans an insurrection in India, uses the same phrase it used 10 years ago during the Arab Spring

Twitter has decided to defy an order by India to block or remove 1,178 accounts from the social media website

‘Double standards won’t be allowed’: IT Minister RS Prasad lashes out at social media platforms encouraging anti-India propaganda

"Make money, but you will have to abide by Indian laws and the Constitution", said IT Minister RS Prasad in Parliament

Government takes note of Twitter going public with their ‘defiance’, posts response on Twitter alternative Koo

Interestingly, the Modi government has chosen to issue this particular statement on the relatively new app - 'Koo', which itself it is a testament that the government is not happy with the defiance showed by a foreign private entity like Twitter.

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