Divya Spandana News
This comes in the backdrop of media reports that claimed that the former Congress’ social media head had duped the party of Rs eight crore when she quit the national party
Divya Spandana quits Twitter: With Congress' prominent faces going out of action, road ahead seems bumpy for party
While speculations are rife about the possible reasons for Spandana's departure from social media, some reports say that she has taken the decision as a part of her break from politics.
Divya Spandana's Twitter, Instagram accounts appear deleted; Congress social media in-charge says she has not left party
Divya Spandana, head of the Congress social media wing, is believed to have deleted her Twitter and Instagram accounts. A search for her handles on the two websites gets redirected to pages that say the accounts do not exist.
Lok Sabha Election 2019 updates: In Bathinda, Modi claims Sam Pitroda's remark on 1984 riots is what was always in Congress' heart
Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE updates: In Bathinda, Narendra Modi said, "The whole country knows what the 'guru of naamdar' (Sam Pitroda) said about 1984 riots. The party is in chaos because the truth is out about what it had always had in its heart for years."
Fact Check: Narendra Modi was given questions to News Nation interview in advance; video shows PM reading from file
The piece of paper, which Modi took out from his file, Spandana claimed was a part of the 'scripted interview' the prime minister gave. 'Now you know the reason why (Modi) doesn't participate in a press conference or agrees for a debate with Rahul Gandhi, she said in a tweet.
'Why take Canadian citizen Akshay Kumar aboard INS Sumitra?': Congress' Divya Spandana slams Narendra Modi
Divya Spandana's attack on Narendra Modi came a day after he accused late prime minister Rajiv Gandhi of using warship INS Viraat as a "personal taxi" for a family holiday.
Divya Spandana wins defamation suit; Bengaluru court tells Asianet, Suvarna News to pay Rs 50L for linking her to 2013 IPL betting scam
Two programs aired by Suvarna News (which is owned and controlled by Asianet) in May 2013 had hinted at the alleged involvement of some Kannada film actresses in the 'betting' and 'spot-fixing' scandal. Still, pictures of Divya Spandana, a former brand ambassador of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team, were shown in the programs, suggesting connivance on her part.
PM Modi's Twitter handle tags fake Nirav Modi, other parody accounts as part of #MainBhiChowkidar campaign, draws Congress jibes
Congress on Saturday mocked BJP for a tweet the party said was later deleted from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's official Twitter handle.
Politics on the menu: Karnataka's Mandya sees proliferation of subsidised eateries named after political leaders
Over 100 supporters of various political leaders have opened tea stalls and low-cost eateries across Mandya district in Karnataka recently.
Rising India Summit 2019 on 25-26 February: Modi, Amit Shah, Kamal Nath and others to discuss 'national priorities'
Rising India 2019, by far, is the biggest platform for the crème-da-la-crème of India, and will be competing against the bars it set in 2018 when it made its debut in the Indian thoughtscape.
Congress to set up social media depts in each state, coordinators to oversee online campaigns at each booth, Assembly segment
The Congress announced that all its state divisions or Pradesh Congress Committees will constitute social media departments which will function under a designated chairperson and that each Assembly segment and booth in the country will have social media coordinators.
BJP responds to Divya Spandana's 'bird dropping' tweet mocking Narendra Modi, says it's Congress values that are dropping
In a tweet today, Divya Spandana shared an image of Narendra Modi standing by the foot of the Statue of Unity, the Sardar Vallabhai Patel memorial the prime minister unveiled on Wednesday, saying: "Is that bird dropping?"
Divya Spandana slams Smriti Irani's sanitary pad remark, says 'nothing that comes out of vagina is to be ashamed of'
Divya Spandana reacting to Smriti Irani's sanitary napkin comment, tweeted, "Nothing that comes out of the vagina is to be ashamed of. Can’t say the same about the mouth."
Divya Spandana's missing Twitter bio fuels rumours of her quitting Congress post; party leader rubbishes speculations
Congress' social media incharge Divya Spandana, aka Ramya, sparked off rumours of her resignation (or dismissal) by removing her Twitter Bio.
Congress' Divya Spandana tweets similarities between RSS and Muslim Brotherhood, says both groups want to replace secular states
Congress IT cell chief, Divya Spandana tweeted a photograph on Thursday drawing comparison of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the Sunni Islamist organisation known as the Muslim Brotherhood.
Online rape threats, abuse and vicious attacks: The price that Indian women in politics pay for being opinionated
As the country hopes for a more gender-balanced political participation, the vitriolic hate spewed against women politicians becomes a major deterrent.
Rupee hits historic low of 70: Opposition mocks Narendra Modi ahead of Independence Day; re-plugs old videos on Twitter
The Opposition spared nothing while hitting out at the government for the rupee dropping to 70
FIR filed against Congress IT media cell member for alleged sexual harassment; party denies receiving any complaint
An FIR was registered against Congress IT media cell member Chirag Patnaik after a woman from the party's social media team alleged sexual harassment.
Online abuse of women has become widespread in recent times. Women who face such abuse say having a community of supporters helps in such situations.
With less than 24 hours to go before voting for the Assembly polls begin in Karnataka, here is a look at some of the lesser-known leaders who made an impact this election