Number of Disney+ subscribers soars as compared to Netflix

The number of people subscribing to Disney+ topped 152 million, up some 31 percent from the same period a year earlier, the entertainment giant said in an earnings report.

Demographic and Political Engineering of Kashmir

On August 5, 2019, the BJP government in India ripped Kashmir of its status of a special entity by abolishing article 370 and 35A of the Indian constitution. This was one of the most significant developments in the history of Kashmir conflict as it completely altered the dynamics of the issue.

August 5 – A black day for IO Kashmir

August 5 is being observed as a black day as it marks the completion of 3 years since the people of IO Kashmir were deprived of their fundamental human rights.

#JunagadhIsPakistan becomes a top twitter trend

The people of Pakistan highlight the forgotten issue of Indian Occupied Junagadh

#boycottrakshabandhan trend reflecting India’s extremism

Numerous new trends on twitter reveal how India has become an extremist country full of hatred towards its own citizens

Instagram removes TikTok-like feautures afters complaints

The slogan sprang from a petition that had received more than 229,000 signatures as of late Thursday.

Twitter: Revenue falling due to Musk uncertainty

The firm is locked in a legal battle with the mercurial Tesla boss over his effort to walk away from a $44 billion deal to purchase the platform, leaving the company in limbo.

TikTok sued after death of girl in ‘Blackout Challenge’

The suit calls for a judge to order TikTok to stop hooking children via its algorithm and promoting dangerous challenges, and to pay unspecified cash damages.

Netizens question Chinese ice cream that never melts

The company said Wednesday that its products were in line with national food safety regulations.

Short hair for women no longer an issue in Saudi Arabia

Saudi women are no longer banned from concerts and sports events, and in 2018 they gained the right to drive.

Canadian parliament insults Pakistan’s Army Chief: Country’s honor tarnished

Parliamentary Secretary of Canadian Defense Ministry Bryan May says allocation of the $50,000 for the reception of Pakistan’s Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa was ‘inappropriate’.

US senators hit out at TikTok over Russian propaganda

The senators said TikTok has failed "to equally enforce this policy" and cited a news report that said it "appears TikTok belatedly closed this loophole on March 25."