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#ShameOnTimesNow trends worldwide as India takes on the news channel

Mar 27, 2015

#ShameOnTimesNow trends worldwide as India takes on the news channel

Netizens criticised Times Now channel on Twitter for their hashtag questioning team India, making the hashtag #ShameOnTimesNow trend worldwide. #India #Twitter #Australia #TweetFeed #CWC 2015
Twitter chants #OnlineAzadi after Supreme Court scraps Section 66A

Mar 25, 2015

Twitter chants #OnlineAzadi after Supreme Court scraps Section 66A

As the Supreme Court, scrapped Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, reactions poured in on Twitter hailing the move making the hashtag #OnlineAzadi trend on Twitter. #India #Supreme Court #TweetFeed #Freedom of Speech #Free Speech #Section 66A #OnlineAzadi #Sec66A
"I am not the Park Street rape victim. I am Suzette Jordan": Twitter mourns her untimely death

Mar 13, 2015

"I am not the Park Street rape victim. I am Suzette Jordan": Twitter mourns her untimely death

"I am not the Park Street rape victim. I am Suzette Jordan": Social media mourns Suzette's untimely death #India #Kolkata #TweetFeed #Rape #Park Street #Suzette Jordan #RIP #Harish Iyer
Thanks OML for the inept handling: Twitter reacts to Jerry Seinfeld cancelling show due to parking issues

Mar 13, 2015

Thanks OML for the inept handling: Twitter reacts to Jerry Seinfeld cancelling show due to parking issues

Comedy legend Jerry Seinfeld was coming to Mumbai to host at show at The National Sports Complex India (NSCI) this weekend. However, today morning, the organisers of the show announced that it has been cancelled, citing parking and logistic issues. #Mumbai #TweetFeed #Only Much Louder #Jerry Seinfeld #NSCI #Seinfeld in India
Canadians tweet PM Stephen Harper for fashion advice after he criticises Muslim veil

Mar 12, 2015

Canadians tweet PM Stephen Harper for fashion advice after he criticises Muslim veil

Twitter users turned to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper for tongue-in-cheek fashion advice on Wednesday, the day after he said the niqab, a face covering veil worn by some Muslims, was rooted in an "anti-women" culture. #US #Twitter #Islam #TweetFeed #Canada #Stephen Harper #Niqb #Tabatha Southey