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Twitter too slow to act on abusive content: British MP Yvette Cooper

She has written to Twitter, asking it to explain its methodology and timescales for removing graphic pictures and sexually explicit messages.

Meet Shayara Bano, the victim who began the fight against the injustice of instant triple talaq

Shayara Bano filed a PIL in 2016 after her 15-year marriage was abruptly ended, kicking off a journey that ended in victory on Tuesday.

SC says triple talaq unconstitutional, asks Parliament to make new law

The apex court issued a temporary injunction on instant triple talaq till the time Parliament made a new law.

Great American solar eclipse: Experts predict 'flower-like' structure

The eclipse will sweep across continental US, the first total solar eclipse in 99 years.

Give priority to Telugu: V-P Venkaiah Naidu advises Telangana, AP to promote language

He said that the language of administration should be the one which people understand.

Doklam issue will be resolved 'very soon', says HM Rajnath Singh

"Our security forces are equipped to handle any situation (on the border)," the Home Minister said.

Purohit should not be ‘glorified’: Owaisi questions Modi govt for going soft on terror

There is a pattern in such cases (involving alleged Hindutva terrorists) ever since PM Modi's government has come to power.

Nadal returns to top of ATP rankings for first time in 3 years

Nadal on Friday lost 2-6, 5-7 to Australia's Nick Kyrgios at the quarterfinal stage at the Cincinnati Masters in Ohio.

Jharkhand toddler dies as father can't pay for treatment

The boy's father alleged that the hospital refused to perform a CT scan on his son as he did not have sufficient money.

Banking operations may be hit on August 22 due to nationwide strike

According to union leaders, around 10 lakh bankers working in around 132,000 branches will be on strike on Tuesday.