Topic: Twitter India

Read EAM Sushma Swaraj’s sassy reply to this Twitter user’s ‘Chowkidar’ jibe

PM Modi, smartly converted Rahul Gandhi’s slogan ‘Chowkidar Chor Hai’ to his benefit, making 'Main Bhi Chowkidar' the slogan of the season.

TDP MLA and Chandrababu Naidu’s brother in law assaults journalist in public view, apologies after video goes viral

In 2004, he was accused of shooting at producer Bellamkonda Suresh in self-defence

“Only one satellite was destroyed, that wasn’t necessary” says Mamata Banerjee targeting PM after ‘Mission Shakti’ address

Our scientists have been saying since 2010 that we have the requisite capabilities for developing ASAT missiles but clearly, it was the political will that was lacking

Actor R Madhavan offers support to PM Modi to urge voters to cast votes in elections, gets trolled by ‘liberals’

Because of their sheer bitterness for Modi, these cynics are in no mood to spare anyone who comes out in support of Modi
Barkha Dutt claimed online harassment after she posted her number online

Barkha Dutt complains to Police about her number being public, after advertising that her number was public for ‘Kashmiris in need’

In a tweet Barkha Dutt had posted herself on social media the previous day, she had advertised that her number was online and available to Kashmiris who needed help or 'felt vulnerable'.

Twitter users complain about mysterious reduction in number of retweets of their tweets, allege foul play

Retweets on tweets of many right-wing Twitter users seen coming down rapidaly

Parliamentary panel on IT gives 15 days deadline to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to appear before them

The parliamentary panel refused to hear the team sent by Twitter, and said that the CEO must come for the hearing

Twitter sends Mahima Kaul, its director, policy for South Asia to appear before the parliamentary committee

Twitter's director, policy, for South Asia, Mahima Kaul, and other officials are to represent the social media giant before the parliamentary committee today.

Anti-right wing bias: Twitter refuses to appear before Parliamentary Committee on IT

Twitter Chief Executive Officer and top officials have declined to appear before the Parliamentary Committee on Information Technology headed by Anurag Thakur which had issued a summons to Twitter via an official letter on February 1st. 

Read why the Parliament is right to summon Twitter India

This is not the first time social media giants have faced such allegations of pushing the promoters' bias

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