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Facebook bans BJP's T Raja Singh for hate speech amid allegations it favoured saffron party
India

Facebook bans BJP's T Raja Singh for hate speech amid allegations it favoured saffron party

At least five profiles of Singh, which had more than three lakh followers, showed the message that 'this content is not available right now'

'Facebook deleted right-wing pages before 2019 polls': Ravi Shankar Prasad writes to Mark Zuckerberg
India

'Facebook deleted right-wing pages before 2019 polls': Ravi Shankar Prasad writes to Mark Zuckerberg

Prasad has written the letter in the backdrop of growing criticism against the Centre over two recent reports in the Wall Street Journal

Congress writes to Facebook CEO again after another report alleges bias in favour of BJP
India

Congress writes to Facebook CEO again after another report alleges bias in favour of BJP

Following an article in the Time magazine, the Opposition party also demanded a probe by a Joint Parliamentary Committee into the alleged 'links of Facebook employees and the ruling establishment'

Facebook plans to introduce 'Facebook News' feature in India by next year
News & Analysis

Facebook plans to introduce 'Facebook News' feature in India by next year

Facebook has said that the news publishers will be paid in every country for the delivery of news on the app.

Eleven Facebook employees ask company to denounce 'anti-Muslim bigotry' in open letter, says report
India

Eleven Facebook employees ask company to denounce 'anti-Muslim bigotry' in open letter, says report

Facebook employees in the US and around the world are also raising questions about whether adequate procedures and content regulation practices were being followed by the India team, the report said

'Facing threats against my body, life': Facebook India's public policy director files complaint after violent reactions to WSJ report
India

'Facing threats against my body, life': Facebook India's public policy director files complaint after violent reactions to WSJ report

Das alleged that several people were issuing 'threats, making sexually coloured remarks and defaming her' through online posts

Parliamentary panel to consider summoning Facebook over WSJ report on hate speech: Shashi Tharoor
Politics

Parliamentary panel to consider summoning Facebook over WSJ report on hate speech: Shashi Tharoor

Earlier in the day, Rahul Gandhi alleged that the BJP and RSS control Facebook and Whatsapp in the country, and that they spread hatred through these platforms to influence the electorate

China revokes three Wall Street Journal reporters' credentials after newspaper declines to apologise for column calling Beijing 'real sick man of Asia'
World

China revokes three Wall Street Journal reporters' credentials after newspaper declines to apologise for column calling Beijing 'real sick man of Asia'

China has revoked the press credentials of three journalists with the Wall Street Journal after the newspaper declined to apologise for a column with a headline calling China the 'real sick man of Asia,' the foreign ministry said.

Coronavirus outbreak: US to evacuate its diplomats and citizens from China's Wuhan, reports Wall Street Journal
World

Coronavirus outbreak: US to evacuate its diplomats and citizens from China's Wuhan, reports Wall Street Journal

The United States is arranging a charter flight on Sunday to bring its citizens and diplomats back from the Chinese city of Wuhan, epicentre of the outbreak of a new coronavirus, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday.

Donald Trump's lasting legacy is that he will leave in his wake a weaker USA, with his sensibilities seared into it
World

Donald Trump's lasting legacy is that he will leave in his wake a weaker USA, with his sensibilities seared into it

If the Senate votes to acquit Trump, as it is expected to do, the precedent will be set, and the die will be cast: A president can do almost anything to win reelection. And he can do anything at all to avoid accountability

Ayodhya verdict will shape 'political and social landscape of India', says WSJ; Washington Post calls ruling 'major victory for Modi'
India

Ayodhya verdict will shape 'political and social landscape of India', says WSJ; Washington Post calls ruling 'major victory for Modi'

For all the case's historical origins, 'its judgment will help shape India's political and social landscape,' The Wall Street Journal said on the Ayodhya verdict

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's slain half-brother Kim Jong-nam was a CIA informant, claims report
World

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's slain half-brother Kim Jong-nam was a CIA informant, claims report

Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong un who was killed in Malaysia in 2017, had been an informant for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

Apple News+ is a $9.99 a month service with access to more than 300 magazines
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Apple News+ is a $9.99 a month service with access to more than 300 magazines

Apple News+ is targetted towards readers who want to peruse a few articles from a variety of news sources.

Huawei and ZTE telecom equipment could be banned in the US in 2019: Report
News & Analysis

Huawei and ZTE telecom equipment could be banned in the US in 2019: Report

The issue has new urgency as US wireless carriers look for partners to adopt next-generation 5G.

US military says order to withdraw American troops from Syria signed; Donald Trump, Recep Erdogan agree to coordinate pullout
India

US military says order to withdraw American troops from Syria signed; Donald Trump, Recep Erdogan agree to coordinate pullout

The order to withdraw American troops from Syria has been signed, the US military said Sunday, after President Donald Trump and his Turkish counterpart agreed to prevent a power vacuum in the wake of the controversial move.

Day after withdrawal from Syria, Donald Trump decides to pull 'significant' number of troops from Afghanistan
World

Day after withdrawal from Syria, Donald Trump decides to pull 'significant' number of troops from Afghanistan

Trump made his decision on Tuesday, the same time he told the Pentagon he wanted to pull all US forces out of Syria. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis quit earlier on Thursday, saying his views were no longer reconcilable with Trump's.

Malaysia court charges former PM Najib Razak with six new corruption cases relating to 1MDB scandal
World

Malaysia court charges former PM Najib Razak with six new corruption cases relating to 1MDB scandal

Najib Razak was Malaysia prime minister from 2009 until May, when, plagued by corruption scandals, he lost the general elections to Opposition led by Mahathir Mohamad

Apple in talks with US newspapers about adding stories to its magazine app Texture
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Apple in talks with US newspapers about adding stories to its magazine app Texture

Apple has reached out to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post so far.

Apple removes Facebook-owned Onava app from app store for violating privacy rules
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Apple removes Facebook-owned Onava app from app store for violating privacy rules

Onavo lets users access a virtual private network, or VPN, to browse and download apps with privacy.

Arvind Kejriwal takes a jibe at Narendra Modi, says people are missing 'educated PM' like Manmohan Singh
Politics

Arvind Kejriwal takes a jibe at Narendra Modi, says people are missing 'educated PM' like Manmohan Singh

Taking a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said people were missing an "educated prime minister" like Manmohan Singh.