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‘Facebook spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad’ reminds Congress of Cambridge Analytica

The most politically correct and incorrect tweets of the day from across the political spectrum.

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New Delhi: A lot of politicians were worked up by The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report that said Facebook India was favoring the BJP and unwilling to take down hateful posts by its party members.

Congress spokesperson Gaurav Pandhi pokes fun at Union IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad’s response.

Prasad, meanwhile, reminded Congress leader Rahul Gandhi of his party’s “alliance with Cambridge Analytica”.

Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi was succinct on the row and provides some tips on how to respond.

Guess BJP MP Tejasvi Surya didn’t get his hands on the WSJ report after all. Or is this classic doublespeak?

Researcher and advocate Kiruba Munusamy’s post gives a glimpse of India’s racism and casteism.


Activist Edward Snowden on why you should care about privacy.

World Resource Institute’s Erik Solheim spots some raw talent for India’s Olympic prospects.

Former cricketer Bishan Bedi recalls batsman Chetan Chauhan who died of complications after contracting the coronavirus.

Tributes for just retired cricketers Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Suresh Raina continue to pour in.

Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli has an emotional moment.

International Cricket Council celebrates on the creative tributes for Dhoni and Raina, especially from sand artist Sudharshan Pattnaik.

On a fun note, here’s Amitabh Bachchan in an evergreen avatar.

US Democrat Presidential candidate Joe Biden making the bare minimum promises that President Donald Trump obviously forgot about.

Kamala Harris’ niece Meena Harris finds Indians celebrating the former’s selection as Biden’s running mate.

To end on a high note, here’s Wuhan giving us all hope — we will chill just like that sooner than later.

With inputs from Tina Das

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  1. Who is against Facebook and whattsapp

    1) All news channels and newspaper whose paid news and paid journalist are being questioned by common people through Facebook and whattsapp. Helping protect democracy from paid news journalist.

    2) ” CHINA ” and it’s SUPPORTERS in INDIA who are attacking AMERICAN APPS in response to banning CHINESE APPS.

    3) LET’S NOT LET PAID JOURNALISTS AND CHINA take away alternative news media.

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