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Turbulent Political Situation in Pakistan: Capital Islamabad, in the Line of Fire

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4 mn read Political temperature of Islamabad is at its peak. Both treasury and opposition benches in the national assembly claimed that they have sufficient numbers for “vote of no confidence resolution”. At least 12 members’ national assembly (MNA) deviated from Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) government and apparently it seems that they will join the opposition on ‘vote of no trust resolution’.

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Indian political leaders choose to be silent after the recent hate speech made in country

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3 mn read Haridwar, an ancient city known as Hindu pilgrimage site, where a religious assembly took place from December 17 to 19 in last year, is now brought to the threshold of the Supreme Court. The gathering named as ‘Dharam Sansad’ was attended by hundreds of people encouraged hate speech against particular community. According to the information, Kapil Sibal a senior advocate told court, ‘Slogans of the country have changed from Satyamev Jayate to Sashastramev Jayate. FIRs have been filed but no arrests have been made yet’.

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Research shows Twitter and Facebook algorithms both amplify right-leaning politicians

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4 mn read Twitter shared its own research this week about the platform’s algorithmic amplification of political and news content. A post on Twitter’s blog revealed that the social media platform promotes right-leaning content more often than left. As a result, conservative posts on Twitter successfully spark more outrage causing amplification, similarly to Facebook’s algorithm.

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Kashmir’s regional political party on recent civilians killing, minority community and military presence in the valley

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3 mn read Kashmir has always been a matter of conflict and tension wherever the discussion opens. There is an unsettled situation, that is affecting lives of people inwardly and physically. Every year, several Indian security personnel dies while having an encounter with terrorists, and sometimes saving civilians from militants in the area. On 7 October two teachers were shot dead in Srinagar (City in Kashmir), and then a well-known pharmacist named Makhan Lal Bindroo was killed by militants, in evening at his shop. The responsibility behind both the killings of civilians is taken by a militant group The Resistance Front (TRF), which according to police is part of Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT).

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The battle to stop the spread of misinformation online

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4 mn read Technology companies have dominated the worlds of news and politics. As people’s consumption of fast-circulating content online increased throughout the pandemic, much of it were misleading posts about the coronavirus vaccines. This has led to a demand from American politicians to revoke or modify Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1934, the law that protects internet companies from liability and allows freedom to moderate any content uploaded.

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Shefali Ranawat: Stand-up comedian’s “Hellish gags” mockery of religion and politicians to be jailed?

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4 mn read India is already making international headlines with the famers protest that has not reached to any conclusion yet. But recently here, a stand-up comedian named Munawar Faruqui along with other four comedians, Edwin Anthony, Prakhar Vyas, Priyam Vyas, Nalin Yadav got arrested for making indecent remarks against Hindu deities and Union Home Minister Amit Shah during the show.

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