Enmity and Hatred Between Indian Communities
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‘Is Twitter Trying To Promote Enmity & Hatred Between Indian Communities…?

Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey seems to be in the news for the wrong reasons. The latest is his holding and arguably supporting a poster that says “Smash Brahmanical Patriarchy”. Such statements whether written or spoken are viewed as “attempts to promote hatred and disharmony between castes or communities. The punishment is up to three years.”

This poster reportedly emerged after the Twitter CEO met privately and secretly with women journalists who say that he was handed this poster. Regardless, both he and the other women journalists who created such a poster could be found guilty if and when the law takes it its natural course. And hope it will …

Source: Opindia

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Twitter Ceo's Really Rude Meeting With Our PM
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‘Twitter Ceo’s Really Rude Meeting With Our PM…

Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey was on his first visit to India. While he was lucky to get his first meeting with PM Modi, most people feel he was rude and highly disrespectful of India and Prime Minister. The meeting had so many negatives:

* He was so so casually dressed – black hoodie or sweatshirt, casual or black leather pants, casual shoes.

* He was cross-legged, a huge sign of disrespect.

* He took with him a Mahima Kaul, an employee who has been a strong Modi – hater.

It was not clear if one was going to the vegetable market, or to see a picture to meet one of the most important people in the world. Would he have done the same in meetings (if he got one) with the US President or heads of many other countries?

Was this a mistake or done on purpose by one who is nearly half the age of the Prime Minister? What was hoped to be achieved or what was achieved? Was it to show that the head of one minor social media company superior to Prime Minister of India?

Source: Opindia

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