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Debate, don't spread falsehood: Airtel on Net neutrality

Debate, don't spread falsehood: Airtel on Net neutrality

19 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Finding itself at the receiving end of the Net-neutrality campaign, telecom giant BhartiAirtel on Sunday said "falsehood" is being spread in the name of a debate on keeping Internet equally accessible for all.

Net Neutrality,   Airtel,   Bharti Airtel,   Internet,   Social Media,   Facebook,   Latest Technology News ,  
CPI(M) bets on <strong>social</strong> media, favours net neutrality

CPI(M) bets on social media, favours net neutrality

17 Apr 2015

Visakhapatnam: In a bid to attract youths, the CPI(M) on Friday said it aims to increase its reach through social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter and also passed a resolution in favour of 'net neutrality', an issue that of late has sparked debate over a need to maintain equal Internet access for all.

CPI M,   Social Media,   Net Neutrality,   Facebook,   Twitter,   Internet,   IT,   Latest State News ,  
Rahul's 56-day sabbatical: Speculations poured in on <strong>social</strong> media platforms

Rahul's 56-day sabbatical: Speculations poured in on social media platforms

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has returned to Delhi after a 56-day unexplained sabbatical. He arrived at his Tughlaq Road residence on Thursday from Bangkok.

Rahul Gandhi,   Rahul is back,   Budget session,   Social media,   Twitter tweets,   Rahul Bangkok trip,   Latest Politics news,  
Indian Army organizes cycle rally to create awareness on <strong>social</strong> issues

Indian Army organizes cycle rally to create awareness on social issues

17 Apr 2015

Siliguri: The cycle rally organized by Indian Army to create awareness on social issues reached Siliguri town on Friday after covering a distance of around 2,000 kilometres.

Sashastra Seema Bal,   Uttarakhand,   Army cycle rally,   Indian Army,   Siliguri,   Save girl campaign,   latest India news,  
Congress warms up for farmers' rally, launches website

Congress warms up for farmers' rally, launches website

18 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Taking the battle on the Land Bill issue to social media, Congress on Saturday launched a "Zameen Wapsi" website on the eve of its farmers' rally which is expected to see the first major attack on the government by Rahul Gandhi after his return from leave of absence.

Congress,   Rally,   Website,   Zameen Wapsi,   social media,   Land Bill,   Rahul Gandhi,   Sonia Gandhi,   Digvijay Singh,   Narendra Modi,   Jairam Ramesh,   Farmer,   Latest national News,  
 Use <strong>social</strong> media judiciously: Nandita Das

Use social media judiciously: Nandita Das

16 Apr 2015

Bengaluru: Actress, director and social activist Nandita Das says social media is a great emerging platform that must be used judiciously instead of indulging in advocacy.

social media,   Nandita Das,   Bollywood actress,   director,   social activist,   twitteratti,   latest news,  
Facebook users may have 'optimistic bias'

Facebook users may have 'optimistic bias'

17 Apr 2015

London: Facebook users may perceive that bad things are more likely to happen to others, while good things are more likely to happen to them than to anyone else, a new study has found.

Facebook,   Facebook users,   Facebook study,   cyber bullying,   Social media,   Social networking ,  
Missing kids case: SC slams Centre for non-compliance of order

Missing kids case: SC slams Centre for non-compliance of order

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday slammed the Centre for its "casual" approach towards missing children and imposed a fine on it for not complying with its directions like providing the status of such children across the country.

Supreme Court,   Centre,   Missing children,   Child Rights,   social justice,  
Most Facebook users at cyberbullying risk

Most Facebook users at cyberbullying risk

17 Apr 2015

New York:  Facebook users who think that they are insulated to cyberbullying and depression are actually more vulnerable to the negative realities of social media, a new research warns.

facebook,   cyberbullying,   depression,   social media,   latest technology news,  
European watchdogs join forces to probe Facebook's privacy controls

European watchdogs join forces to probe Facebook's privacy controls

17 Apr 2015

European data protection authorities have joined forces to probe Facebook's privacy controls, a French watchdog said Thursday, putting the popular US social media giant under fresh pressure.

Data protection,   Facebook privacy,   Facebook probe,   Social media,   Facebook privacy policy ,  

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