Freedom of Expression
A Twitter spokesperson said in a statement that when it receives a valid legal request, it reviews it under both the Twitter Rules and local law.
Visibly moved, the president said that "the entire nation" stood ready to defend teachers and that "obscurantism will not win".
"Police had arrived at the scene after receiving a call about a suspicious individual loitering near the school."
The law, which criminalises secession, subversion, terrorism and colluding with foreign forces, carries a maximum life sentence and has intimidated many protesters into silence.
The hiring comes as the micro-blogging platform is under fire for alleged bias against conservatives, including flagging Trump's controversial tweets on glorifying violence.
Addressing a press conference via Skype from New York, Paul accused Varma of portraying him in the movie without his permission
"We urge the Bangladeshi government to carry out an independent, impartial and effective investigation into all deaths that have occurred with regards to this case."
"The lack of any effective prosecution under Section 67 has let the people believe that they can circulate vulgar videos with impunity."
The Guild sees it as an effort to intimidate the press and stifle freedom of expression
Liu Xia was last seen publicly on July 15 in photos of the memorial service for her dissident husband, who died of liver cancer while in custody two days earlier.
Venkaiah Naidu said that no one can hurt anyone's feeling or create social tensions in the name of freedom of expression.
Clashes at Ramjas College here illustrate the growing threat to freedom of expression on Indian university campuses, Amnesty International India said on Wednesday.