Social media platforms from Facebook to WhatsApp to Twitter have made the job of spy agencies easier
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The American Bazaar spoke to dad daughter duo whose dance on Harrdy Sandhu’s Punjabi song is setting the Internet ablaze.
Indian YouTube sensation’s film also features Indian American actress Liza Koshy.
In five hours, the tweet triggers 42,000 comments.
Rice University research helps combat social media misinformation.
Spouse questioned Indian American Vice President-elect’s qualifications for office.
“I will stand by my Muslim brothers and sisters,” says Gurratan Singh, a member of a provincial parliament in Canada.
Jessica Yaniv, an LGBTQ advocate, posted a derogatory message about a Sikh guy sitting next to her.
Wollin, who grew up in Fargo, got married to Pawan Kumar, whom she met on Facebook.
Jennipha-Lauren Nielsen talks to the American Bazaar on her difficult journey to find justice in India.
Here are some enduring #sareeTwitter images.
He was threatened to be lynched by a man on Twitter last year.
Berkeley resident Priya Sawhney, who belongs to Direct Action Everywhere, charged with misdemeanor and trespassing.
Jiwandeep Kohli, a “bisexual bearded baking brain scientist” tweeted the turban to celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month.
Shruti Naik’s mom left a detailed note on the fridge before returning to India.
Chopra, in her Afro-inspired hair and outrageous gown, inspired a range of funny memes.
The singer and his actor wife got married in a small, surprise wedding in Vegas.
Meet “Ladies Bhai,” a Gujarati sketch character impersonated by Kal Penn.
Singh turns into desi Jon Snow.
Nearly 25,000 people have contributed through Patel’s Facebook fundraising page.
The Twitter feed and other social media accounts of the US Embassy and consulates in India have been temporarily suspended due to lapse in appropriations.
As the departing U.N. representative, the State Department rules required her to shut down her existing Twitter account with 1.7 million followers.
The Indian American was the first chief information officer of the United States.
Trump had by far the most interactions of any world leader on Facebook, with an accumulated 204.9 million interactions since January 2017.
WhatsApp had introduced the emoji in 2015 and it is present in emoji options within the app. The legal notice mentions that the emoji is not only offensive but also a lewd gesture.