Social Media playing God: How Facebook and Instagram removed fact-checks by Govt of India spreading vaccine hesitancy
Facebook and Instagram had removed PIB Fact check post that rebutted a dangerous claim spreading vaccine hesitancy
Twitter restores RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat’s verified badge after outrage, ‘blue tick’ of other functionaries restored too
Twitter is receiving flak for its random decision to remove the verification badge of these right wing account holders
Twitter says it removed verified badge from Vice President Venkaiah Naidu’s account due to ‘inactivity’: Here is why their argument is flawed
Twitter went off the line yet again after it arbitrarily un-verified the Twitter account of Vice President of India M Venkaiah Naidu.
Twitter arbitrarily removes ‘blue tick’ verification from account of Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, restores after backlash
Twitter has unverified Vice President Venkaiah Naidu from its platform by removing "blue tick" from his personal account.
‘What does Sweden’s V-dem have to do with us?’: RS Chairman Venkaiah Naidu schools AAP MP for quoting report from Sweden against India
The AAP MP was citing the 'democracy report' by Sweden's V-Dem Institute to attack the central govt when Venkaiah Naidu shuts him up
Eight Rajya Sabha MPs suspended for unruly behaviour, viral video clips show AAP’s Sanjay Singh hitting a Marshal on duty
The MPs had created a ruckus, charged at the Vice Chairman, damaged the mic and tried to disrupt the audio system of the house.
VP of India tweets picture of Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar in saffron robes on his birth anniversary, deletes after ‘secular’ outrage
Vice President of India, Venkaiah Naidu greeted the nation on the birth anniversary of Tamil poet, philosopher and saint, Thiruvalluvar.
The present regime, under the supervision of HM Shah, has been silently laying down the groundwork for the CAB since the beginning of Parliament's winter session.
Certain sections of the Transgender community have staged protests against the passage of the latest Transgender Persons (Protection Of Rights) Bill 2019.
JNU students asked to pay for electricity, hostel cleaning, etc. leftist groups attack police during protests
JNU Students Union (JNUSU) is holding protests against the Draft hostel manual that has provisions for the fee hike, curfew timings and dress code restrictions on the students