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Jan 18, 2019
BJP launches #5YearChallenge on Twitter: Party leaders, Twitterati cite media reports to highlight Modi govt's progressThe ruling BJP on Friday launched a new Twitter campaign, the #5YearChallenge, to highlight the changes it brought into India during its tenure. The Twitterati, along with BJP leaders, also cited media reports to showcase the change brought about by the Modi government.
Jul 07, 2018
In poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, BJP and Congress plan 2 lakh WhatsApp groups to reach out to voters, mobilise supportThe upcoming Assembly Election in Madhya Pradesh is likely to be fought on social media as BJP and Congress have planned to expand their social media teams by hiring more than 1.5 lakh social media experts, and create two lakh WhatsApp groups to reach out to voters
Jan 05, 2017
Election 2017: Ads on Facebook, Twitter part of election expenditure of candidates, rules ECSponsored advertisements on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter would be included in the total election expenditure of a candidate, an Election Commission spokesman said on Thursday.
Oct 17, 2016
China spectre is only in India's mind: New Delhi cannot afford to ban Chinese goodsFor mainland China, India is a neighbor – just one more of the 14 that surround it. Chinese are more focused on the US and on Japan (sometimes even Russia), who occupy a bigger share of their mind that many would imagine.
Feb 03, 2015
Mufflerman Vs Modimania: AAP beats BJP in the social media gameThe fact that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is making the BJP stretch itself beyond imagination during the election campaign is now an open secret, but it now appears that the ‘Mufflerman’ may actually be moving ahead of ‘Modimania’ in the art of using social media.
Sep 01, 2014
Film-makers and Twitter team up to save Mumbai Film FestivalFilm-makers Rajkumar Hirani, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Manish Mundra have donated money to save the annual Mumbai Film Festival embittered by lack of funds.