"The real danger to India isn't that our prime minister doesn't understand. It's the fact that nobody has the guts to tell him," Rahul said on Twitter, attaching a video clip of Narendra Modi suggesting use of wind turbines to produce oxygen
Hathras gangrape case: Amit Malviya, Digvijaya Singh and Swara Bhasker get NCW notice for revealing victim's identity
The commission has also directed them to immediately remove social media posts on Hathras victim and refrain from sharing such pictures or videos in future
Hathras rape case: BJP IT cell chief Amit Malviya tweets video of victim; NCW chief says his action is illegal
Malviya had shared the video, in which the face of the rape victim is clearly visible, on 2 October on Twitter
In a tweet, the Congress leader claimed that the international media has "exposed" Facebook and WhatsApp's "brazen assault" on India's democracy
Narendra Modi decides to quit Weibo days after Centre bans 59 Chinese apps; BJP leaders hail 'strong message'
Modi had 115 posts on Weibo, and it was decided to manually delete them and after much effort, all the posts have now been removed, sources told PTI.
BJP slams Mamata Banerjee over stone-pelting on policemen in Howrah, says TMC's 'loyal voters' attacked security forces
The BJP on Tuesday slammed the West Bengal government after an incident of stone pelting on policemen enforcing the coronavirus lockdown in the state's Howrah district. Reports said that on Tuesday morning, a mob attacked several policemen at Tikiapara in the district.
It is simply about the Congress party’s political wisdom in reacting the way it has to a news anchor’s provocation of calling its president Sonia Gandhi biased and silent on the lynching of two Hindu monks in Palghar.
Congress says Arnab Goswami has gone 'insane' after remarks on Sonia Gandhi; complaints filed against TV anchor across India
Congress leaders slammed TV presenter Arnab Goswami for his remarks aimed at party president Sonia Gandhi during a discussion on Palghar lynching incident in which three persons, including two sadhus were killed by a mob
Massive tweet volumes, complex hierarchies, coordinated attacks: Hacker reveals how BJP, Congress IT cells wage war on social media
While the IT cells of both the BJP and Congress engage in coordinated activity on Twitter, the former has a much larger and more complex structure than the latter
Shaheen Bagh protesters send Rs 1 cr defamation notice to BJP's Amit Malviya over video claiming demonstrators took money to join sit-in
Two women protesting at Shaheen Bagh for over a month on Monday sent a defamation notice to Amit Malviya, who is the head of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)'s IT Cell, for claiming that protesters at the site had been paid to join the sit-in. The notice sought an apology and Rs 1 crore in damages from Malviya, India Today reported.
'Deplorable act': Editors Guild of India slams BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya's Twitter poll targetting Rajdeep Sardesai
The Editors Guild of India on Saturday issued a statement condemning BJP's Information Technology cell head Amit Malviya for putting up a Twitter poll targetting veteran journalist Rajdeep Sardesai.
'Anti-Hindu slogans' and misleading images surface as fake news abounds amid anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protests across India
At a time when large-scale protests are being held at university campuses across the country against Citizenship Amendment Act, fake news cannot be far behind. Several false claims have been made on social media in the past couple of days, particularly after the police action against protesting students at the Jamia Milia Islamia University in Delhi on Sunday evening.
BJP enlisting Gopal Kanda's support in Haryana is political turnabout at its worst: Party forgets 2012 protests as it turns to HLP chief to play saviour
After the fractured mandate it recieved in Haryana elections, the BJP is in talks with the chief of Haryana Lokhit Party, Gopal Goyal Kanda, a tainted MLA and a controversial figure, for his support to form the new government in the state. Kanda, one of the eight MLAs that the BJP is looking to for support in Haryana, has turned kingmaker with one seat.
Two bogies of Lucknow-Kanpur MEMU train derail at Kanpur station; no casualty reported, says North-Central Railway official
Since the train was at a low speed at the time of the accident, there was no injury and all the passengers had de-boarded, North-Central Railway PRO Amit Malviya said
BJP holds 'training' classes for all its MPs: Social media, NaMo app and West Bengal politics likely to be discussed
The two-day weekend workshop for all BJP parliamentarians begins on Saturday with dedicated sessions by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and BJP working president JP Nadda.
Day after Rahul Gandhi's 'Modilie' dig at PM, Oxford Dictionaries says word does not exist in its records
Oxford Dictionaries said Thursday that the word "Modilie", used by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's critics to take a swipe at him, is 'fake'.
Amit Malviya slams Mani Shankar Aiyar's reiteration of 'neech jibe', links it to Sam Pitroda's 'hua so hua' comment
Aiyar had, in the piece published in The Print, reasserted his 'neech aadmi (lowly man)' jibe that had cost him the Congress membership for eight months.
On Election Commission's orders, Twitter removes Yogi Adityanath's 'green virus' tweets; 34 other 'communal content' removed
Two days after the Election Commission barred Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath, Union minister Maneka Gandhi, Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati and Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan from campaigning ahead of phase two of Lok Sabha election, Twitter has withheld two controversial tweets by Adityanath in which he had referred to the Muslim League as a 'green virus'
Lok Sabha polls: Facebook, WhatsApp should boost digital media literacy to supplement its efforts against fighting fake news
Facebook has 2.3 billion ‘citizens’ of its ‘digital nation’ and its time the tech giant is held accountable.
BJP's latest jibe at Rahul Gandhi: 'Man who can't speak for 2 minutes without being tutored wants to be prime minister'
The viral clip shows Rahul Gandhi turning back to talk to people standing behind him before he gives an answer to the press