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Feb 4, 2016

Govt aims to increase digital literacy to at least 50% in three years, says Ravi Shankar Prasad

In the next three years, the government aims to take digital literacy to at least 50 percent from the current level of 15 percent, Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said in New Delhi on Thursday. #BJP #Communications and IT Minister #Digital literacy #Internet #NDA #Ravi Shankar Prasad #TheySaidIt

Jan 20, 2016

It’s you on the hot seat and your pants are on fire: Sunny Leones interview that turned on the interviewer

As the Sunny Leone interview ends, we all know who came out looking like the better human being. Morally or otherwise. #Bhupendra Chaubey #BuzzPatrol #CNN-IBN #Hot Seat #India #NewsTracker #nterview #porn #Sunny Leone

Jan 15, 2016

‘Our website was hacked’: Shuchir Suri, Food Talk India apologise for ‘dick pic’, sexist roti meme

Thursday saw several media houses including Vagabomb, Firstpost and ScoopWhoop heavily criticising this move by the founder of the food curation website Shuchir Suri. While Firstpost had reached out to him asking for a clarification, it went unanswered. #Dick pic #Food Talk India #Roti Meme #sexism #Shuchir Suri #TheySaidIt #Vagabomb

Jan 15, 2016

Here comes the first film on Sheena Bora murder: Will ‘Dark Chocolate’ do justice to the real life story?

And now, after the Sheena Bora story had been dumped under the pile of other news in the last few months, we have a Bengali film on the murder case — Dark Chocolate — brought to us by one Agnidev Chatterjee. #Agnidev Chatterjee #Bollywood #BuzzPatrol #Dark Chocolate #Mahima Chaudhary #Riya Sen #Shareworthy #Sheena Bora #Sheena Bora murder case

Jan 14, 2016

To Food Talk India and Shuchir Suri: ‘Dick pic’ to a journalist only reiterates the sexism she called you out on

Vagabomb writer Shibani Bedi rightly called out the sexism in the meme put out by Food Talk India and Shuchir Suri's answer with her story — "Popular Delhi-Based Food Portal Promotes Sexist Image Which You Just Can't Ignore" But little did she know she would receive this boorish reply from the man himself. #facebook #Feminism #Food Talk India #InMyOpinion #Meme #misogyny #sexism #Shuchir Suri #Vagabomb

Jan 10, 2016

How artist Shilo Shiv Suleman’s Fearless Collective broke barriers in Pakistan

Shilo Shiv Suleman's The Fearless Collective, collaborated with Pakistan activist Nida Mushtaq for a one-of-a-kind street art project that reflects the theme of fearlessness. #art #Bubbly Malik #FWeekend #Karachi #Lahore #Pakistan #Q&A #Rawalpindi #Shilo Shiv Suleman #The Fearless Collective

Dec 17, 2015

Don’t watch: The Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 trailer is just horrid

There are sex comedies and then there is the Kyaa Kool Hain Hum franchise. And much to the dismay of any sensible person on the planet, Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 will hit theatre screens in 2016. #Aftab Shivdasani #Bollywood #Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 #TrailerWatch #Tusshar Kapoor

Dec 9, 2015

From OLX to Anouk, here’s how the ad industry is getting women empowerment all wrong

The new ads by Anouk and OLX do try to break the stereotypes but falter. They end up putting men and women in the same stereotypes they are trying to fight — that the woman's place is at home cooking, or taking care of her child, and the man is the provider. #Advertisement #Anouk #Gender #Gender Roles #InMyOpinion #OLX #sexism #Women's empowerment

Dec 3, 2015

Chennai Floods Live: PM Modi meets CM Jayalalithaa, announces Rs 1000 crore assistance

Chennai is drenched in record breaking rains, it has been termed as the heaviest in over 100 years. Torrential downpour pounded several parts of Chennai and its suburbs and Puducherry triggering a deluge. Daily life has been crippled in the city with flooding in numerous roads, neighbourhoods, train tracks and airport runways, along with lack of power supply and transport services. #airport #Chennai #Chennai Floods #Chennai Rains #Emergency #Floods #NewsTracker #Rains #Tamil Nadu

Nov 25, 2015

Indian higher education crisis: More Indians go abroad to study, and fewer international students come to India

Even as reports last week suggested that the number of Indian student going to the US had increased by 30 percent, the inflow of foreign students to India has declined sharply, according to government data. #Education #foreign students #HowThisWorks #India #Indian education system