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More para forces being deployed in Delhi after violence during farmers’ parade

The exact number of additional troops was not known immediately but officials suggested that it could be around 1,500 to 2,000 personnel

TikTok purges 37.6mn troublesome videos from India

The total number accounts for less than 1 percent of all the videos uploaded on TikTok. Before the India ban, TikTok had nearly 200 million users in the country, nearly double from its US market.

Facebook purges more adult nudity, graphic content on Instagram

"We also took action on a large amount of old, violating content. Our proactive rate increased from 68.9 per cent to 74.3 per cent for the same reason."

Two Indian expats stab each other in Kuwait

The incident took place in Salmiya area, the Arab Times said in the report on Sunday.

Delhi HC notice to Centre on plea in Jamia violence

The court issued notices to Central government and Delhi Police on his petition. They have to submit their response by May 27.

Internet services restored in Bulandshahr after 36 hours

The services were snapped at 5 pm on Thursday and started functioning normally at 5 am on Saturday. Protests against the new citizenship law had turned violent in different parts of the city.

UP: Internet services suspended in Bulandshahr till Saturday morning

Protests against the new Citizenship law had turned violent in different parts of the city last week

Case against Delhi Police lodged at NHRC

On Sunday, anti-CAA protests turned violent when buses were torched and public properties were destroyed. It was followed by police-students clash that turned ugly.

Concerned about Jamia students: Pathan on CAA protest

Several parts of India have been witnessing violent protests ever since the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill was passed in the Parliament last week.

Supreme Court refers Sabarimala temple issue to larger bench

The split decision came on as many as 65 petitions which were filed after the apex court verdict of September last year sparked violent protests in Kerala.

Strife-torn Hong Kong braces for China anniversary day violence

The protest-wracked financial hub witnessed its fiercest political violence in weeks on Sunday as riot police spent hours in running battles with protesters, the streets blanketed in tear gas and smoke from burning barricades.

Australia plans to censor extremist online content during “crisis events”

"That type of abhorrent material has no place in Australia, and we are doing everything we can to deny terrorists the opportunity to glorify their crimes, including taking action locally and globally."

Violent protesters forced the use of water cannon: Hong Kong police

Earlier Sunday, a peaceful march across Tsuen Wan gave way to violence. Police used tear gas against the black-clad, gas mask-wearing hardcore protesters, who had built barricades and thrown bricks and Molotov cocktails at lines of riot cops.

Money, muscle, media: how China has handled Hong Kong protests

As protests erupted in June, discussion inside authoritarian China was muted, censored on social media or played down on state outlets.

Tech giants pledge support for Christchurch Call

Facebook said it blocked 1.2 million of Christchurch attack videos at upload, meaning they would not have been seen by users.

Violent relationship ups mental disorder risk in women

The study, published in Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders journal, indicates that the unpredictable violence not only causes physical injuries to women but also leaves the victims at a higher risk of suffering from mental disorders.

Facebook bans white nationalism on its platforms

The Facebook Live video of the terror attack, which left 50 people dead, was viewed over 4,000 times before it was removed.

Snowstorm kills at least eight climbers on Nepal peak: officials   

The bodies of eight climbers four South Koreans and four Nepali guides were spotted among the wreckage of their camp by a rescue team early Saturday morning, but unstable and icy conditions were hampering the search effort.

Jammu & Kashmir: Violent protest over braid chopping incidents in Srinagar

The braid chopping incidents have created a fear psychosis among residents of Kashmir, particularly women, as the culprits have been carrying out their attacks regularly.

Game of Thrones’s ‘Jon Snow’ Kit Harington, ‘Ygritte’ Rose Leslie engaged

The couple met while filming "GOT" in 2012, where they played on-screen lovers Jon and Ygritte. They had been rumoured to be in an on-again, off-again relationship.

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