The social media giant Facebook has been trying hard to clean up their act after facing various controversies. In order to garner users trust, the platform, for the first time ever, has issued the set of rules followed by its moderators while dealing with the content posted on the website.
With the basic motive of re-establishing people trust and gather inputs from the users regarding the platform's content moderation guidelines, Facebook made the code of conduct used to remove the content promoting...
E-commerce giant Amazon had got approval from Government of India to invest in building out a full-fledged food retail business and sell food products through its wholly owned subsidiary in India in July 2017.
It has now has hit a snag with the Indian government asking the US e-commerce giant to keep separate equipment, machinery and warehouses for its food products and not to mix or share anything with its marketplace business. As per reports, Amazon has now sought clarification from the Department...
Telugu Superstar Mahesh Babu is currently riding high on the success of his latest release 'Bharat Ane Nenu'. Ever since being released on April 20, the political drama helmed by Koratala Siva has earned Rs 125 Crore on box office, making it one of the most successful South Indian films.
Having not being dubbed in any other language, earning Rs 90 crores within 3 days of release is a huge achievement. There are high chances that the film also starring Kiara Advani might overtake Ram Charan's Rangasthalam as...
The ICC World Cup 2019 will be hosted by England and Wales. At the ICC meeting in Kolkata, the draw schedule was made and fixtures announced. At the meeting, it was announced that India would play their opening game against South Africa on June 4.
The tournament will begin on May 30 and go on until July 14. The complete schedule is expected to be released by April 30.
India who were initially scheduled to play on June 2 will now play two days later on June 4. This extension was given following...
A multi-lingual terrorist with evil intentions on the journey of establishing Islam as the supreme religion is what Rajkummar Rao's character in Omerta reeks of. He is the mastermind behind multiple terrifying terrorist attacks which has taken thousands of lives, at least in the film.
Omar Saeed Shaikh is a ruthless man, who doesn't hesitate for a second before killing an innocent soul. The perfection in Rajkummar's portrayal of the sinister revolutionary in both the trailers released so far...
After being widely criticised by the internet users and celebrities for justifying casting couch, Saroj Khan might have issued an apology regretting her statement but the issue is far from being over. Congress leader Renuka Chowdhary has now reacted to the controversy.
The former union minister, whose term in Parliament ended just a month back stated that neither the parliament or workplaces are immune to the grim reality of casting couch while confirming that not just film industry but the exchange...
"I Hate Luv Storys" actress Sonam Kapoor has, in a quirky online video, opened up about relationships, urging women who are scared to break-up, to just go ahead and do it. She says she's glad she did it herself.
The actress, who speaks her mind and was earlier reportedly dating director Punit Malhotra, tweeted a link to the video on Tuesday. She is seen opening up about relationships and how one should break-up if someone or something isn't making you happy.
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In the video, she admits she has done "enough break-ups".
"Break-ups are so liberating... The first one was easy. We were young, stupid and immature... Basically, what I am saying is that if you're in a really messy relationship, break the f**k up."
The video ends on a cliffhanger, which reads: "Watch Sonam Kapoor spill the beans on her break-ups on September 18."
The actress, meanwhile, told IANS: "I'm always in favour of letting go of the bad things in one's life; whether it's relationships or bad habits. Why should anyone have to deal with things that make them unhappy? We all deserve better in our life."