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Twitter records over 700K Tweets with #Budget2017

Twitter is the live connection to news and culture and this reflected during the recently concluded #Budget2017 when people flocked to the platform for live breaking news and to know what’s happening. Conversations on Twitter on the Union Budget 2017 echoed the nation’s mood and its temperament...

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Arnab's Republic widens footprint on Facebook, Twitter

NEW DELHI: The nation is warming up to the Republic. Former Times TV Network chief editor Arnab Goswami, who quit late 2016 the media house where he built his career, is now whipping up social media frenzy with his new news and media venture dubbed Republic News.

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Poll schedule on social media shows unprecedented reach

The impact of the social media and mobile apps became evident when the live-streaming of the Election Commission of India’s press meet on 4 January 2017 to announce the dates of elections in five states reached unprecedented figures.

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Social media access can be blocked under specific conditions

NEW DELHI: The Government has said that Section 69A of the Information Technology Act 2000 provides for blocking access to information under specific conditions.

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After Facebook and YouTube, now Twitter to host Live videos

MUMBAI: Twitter today announced that its users can broadcast live video directly from its apps. Powered by Periscope, live video on Twitter allows people to share and experience everything from significant moments to daily life together with an audience - all through a Tweet.

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