20 Jul 2018New Whatsapp limitations after India’s mob killings
WhatsApp has put limitations on its platform to curb the spr...New Whatsapp limitations after India’s mob killings 20 Jul 2018
WhatsApp has put limitations on its platform to curb the spread of false information on its platform.
The company is now limiting how many times messages can be forwarded in India following a spate of mob lynchings that were linked to messages circulated on WhatsApp groups.
The government reissued a warning to the company, saying it could face legal consequences if it remained a “mute spectator”.
With more than 200 million users, India is WhatsApp’s biggest market.
WhatsApp said its users in India “forward more messages, photos, and videos, than any other country in the world”.
19 Jul 2018New report: police are failing hate crime victims
Officers in England and Wales are being told they're failing...New report: police are failing hate crime victims 19 Jul 2018
Officers in England and Wales are being told they’re failing victims of hate crime by not responding to it fast enough.
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary says people targeted over their race, religion or sexual orientation are being let down.
In some cases police took five days to respond to incidents – the target time is supposed to be one hour.
19 Jul 20181,006 died in May-June due to India’s natural...
In India over 1,000 people lost their lives in May and June ...1,006 died in May-June due to India’s natural calamities 19 Jul 2018
In India over 1,000 people lost their lives in May and June due to natural calamities in the country.
Union Minister Kiren Rijiju today said it was revealed of 1,006 people, 252 people were killed in Uttar Pradesh, where 360 others were also injured due to thunderstorms, floods and lightning.
As many as 635 people were also injured in the country due to natural calamities in the two months.
18 Jul 2018Indian Air Force MiG-21 crashes.
MiG-21 fighter jet of the Indian Air Force has crashed in Ka...Indian Air Force MiG-21 crashes. 18 Jul 2018
MiG-21 fighter jet of the Indian Air Force has crashed in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh today, killing the pilot. The accident took place at 1:21 pm. The aircraft was on a routine sortie.
A video shows the wreckage of the jet which took off from Punjab’s Pathankot, a frontline Indian Air Force base. Visuals from the site of the accident showed the debris of the aircraft engulfed in flames, lying in what appears to be a field in Mehra Palli village in Kangra’s Patta Jatiyan.
A court of inquiry has been ordered to establish the cause of the accident.
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