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PM Modi signs off social media, offers to seven women achievers

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said he is signing off from his social media accounts and offering the same to seven women achievers who are sharing their success stories to mark the International Women's Day.

Noted US terror expert warns of use of social media platforms by Pakistan to attack Indian economy

Mohali/UNI: Noted American expert on terror and internal security Dr Peter Chalk on Wednesday said that Pakistan could be harnessing the power of the social media to launch attacks on the Indian economy, even as he warned that the ISI “may well leverage encrypted social media sites, secure telecommunication platforms and online mapping technology to covertly facilitate jihadist recruitment drives or directly support terrorist strikes” in Kashmir, where it has a long history of backing anti-Indian outfits.

Social media guidelines: SC court to hear all cases

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday transferred to itself all the cases relating to social media guidelines from Madras High Court and other HCs of the country.

Asst Professor of Govt Medical College suspended after his social media comments irk CM Biplab Deb

Agartala/UNI: An assistant professor of Pharmacology in Agartala Govt Medical College (AGMC) was put under suspension on Monday for making a comment regarding National Regster of Citizens(NRC) and Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) on Facebook.

Aurangabad police appeals people not to believe rumours appear on social media

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Jul 23(UNI) City Police Commissioner Chiranjiv Prasad on Tuesday appealed the public not to believe on rumours which goes viral on social media in recent incidents and requested all the Aurangabadkars to maintain peace and harmony.

Odisha youth held for making video of his girlfriend viral in social media

Kendrapara, Jul 15 (UNI) Pattamundai police have arrested a youth for making the video of the intimate moments of his girlfriend’ with him viral on social media.

After swearing-in, PM Modi changes social media profile picture and cover photo

New Delhi, May 31 (IBNS): After taking oath as the Prime Minister for the second term, Narendra Modi has changed the profile picture and cover photo of his own Twitter handle and Facebook profile.

After being trolled online for sporting 'western clothes', Mimi Chakraborty slams critics for not targeting Gautam Gambhir

Kolkata, May 31 (IBNS): Facing social media trolls recently for attending the Parliament in 'western clothes',  newly elected MP Mimi Chakraborty on Friday questioned why fellow Parliamentarian Gautam Gambhir did not find similar scrutiny for wearing casual wear.

Case registered against five people for outraging woman's modesty on social media

Puducherry,Apr 22(UNI) Puducherry CBCID police on Monday registered cases against five persons including two government employees in a case pertaining to lowering the dignity of a widow by spreading false information on Whats app.

Jammu Press Club, Google hold workshop on social media, fake news

Jammu, Mar 9 (UNI) In a bid to create awareness among tech-savvy people, the Press Club of Jammu in collaboration with Google on Saturday organised a daylong workshop here.

Govt.'s proposed draft rules to curb 'unlawful content' on social media falls in line with court orders

New Delhi, Dec 26 (IBNS): Despite the Opposition's allegations that the government is trying to create surveillance, a report by The Hindu suggested that the Centre's proposed draft to curb 'unlawful content' on social media falls in line with several court orders.

Maharashtra lynching: Families of five victims refuse to accept bodies

Mumbai, July 2 (IBNS): The families of the five men, who were killed in Sunday's brutal lynching in Maharashtra, have refused to accept the bodies and demanded justice.

23 arrests for Maharashtra lynching; Social media rumours igniting mass hysteria across India

Mumbai, Jul 2 (IBNS) : In all 23 people have been arrested and more are likely to be caught in connection with Sunday's brutal lynching of five men in Maharashtra as the sudden spurt in child-lifting rumours across the country has spawned a dangerous phenomenon.

Assam govt to strictly monitor use of social media

Guwahati, May 18 (IBNS): Considering the spurt of misuse of social media in recent days in the state, Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal directed the Chief Secretary and DGP, Assam to take stern action against all those involved in such misdeeds.

Pakistan using social media to incite Kashmir youths

New Delhi, Mar 31 (IBNS) : Making an appeal to the youths of Kashmir to not rush to the sites of encounter, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday accused Pakistan of using the social media to incite youngsters to help militants against action by security forces, reports said.