Taking inspiration from Manish Tewari’s suggestion of license requirement to practice journalism, Professional Photographers’ Association has asked the government to incorporate similar measures in field of photography.
World famous for IIT coaching classes, Kota in Rajasthan is getting geared up to offer coaching classes in paid tweeting.
After Telegram, the government now plans to shut down another popular medium of communication from the ancient times – Orkut – which is as old as the UPA rule.
It is a widely accepted social practice to post pictures of one’s new car, but the man broke the law of the social media.
Ever since Facebook has allowed uploading images in comments section, people have stopped typing, and some have forgotten talking using words.
Google has killed many products in an attempt to drive traffic and user involvement to Google Plus, but shifting Narendra Modi to Google Plus could finally work for them.
Twitter has announced that it will ban all kinds of political tweets for the Indian users so that people can get back to contests and stealing jokes for Facebook.
Ranjan’s experience on Twitter proved to be very disappointing and frustrating as no real girl followed him back, and he became a subject of ridicule and attack.
Ravi Kumar, an avid user of life-saving services like Twitter and Facebook, got a life-changing idea earlier today, but he preferred to pass time on Twitter and Facebook rather than acting on the idea.
An angry young man has broken into Indian Railways’ office and smashed the servers that hosted IRCTC’s online ticket booking website. The incident happened around 10.10 AM today morning, minutes after Tatkal window was opened.