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Kashmir internet restrictions figure in letter written by 48 rights groups to WHO

Kashmir internet restrictions figure in letter written by 48 rights groups to WHO

Srinagar, May 27: As many as 48 rights groups from different parts of the world, including US-based Human Rights Watch(HRW), has written to the World Health Organisation to press the Government of India to restore internet access in Kashmir. In the letter to WHO, the rights groups have stated that India’s…

WhatsApp limits frequently forwarding messages to one chat at a time

WhatsApp limits frequently forwarding messages to one chat at a time

New Delhi, April 07: In a bid to curb the flow of misinformation in COVID-19 times, Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Tuesday announced to introduce a new limit on frequently forwarding messages where a WhatsApp user can forward such messages to one chat at a time. This limit kicks in once a…

Kashmir Engineering Students created a Web App to help administration in fighting Covid-19

Kashmir Engineering Students created a Web App to help administration in fighting Covid-19

  Srinagar, April 01: The engineer Students claims that by using the said web app the administration can get benefited in following ways.The officials can get direct reports who are hiding their travel history in different parts of Jammu & kashmir. By the following app the persons who are having…

Release detainees, restore 4G internet in J&K: Amnesty International

Release detainees, restore 4G internet in J&K: Amnesty International

Srinagar, Mar 31: Amnesty International India on Tuesday urged the government of India to immediately restore high-speed 4G internet services and release all detainees in Jammu and Kashmir in view of Coronavirus. Amnesty International India in a statement said that as Jammu and Kashmir enters the next phase of lockdown this…

Former VC Sai Nath University files petition with NHRC for restoration of 4G in JK

Former VC Sai Nath University files petition with NHRC for restoration of 4G in JK

Jammu, Mar 30: Demanding restoration of High Speed Mobile Internet services in Jammu and Kashmir, former Vice Chancellor of Sai Nath University and native of Poonch, Dr Shazad Ahmed Malik has filed a petition with National Human Rights Commission of India. According to wire service- Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Dr.…

Bandipora MBA student develops website to help administration fight COVID-19

Bandipora MBA student develops website to help administration fight COVID-19

Bandipora, Mar 28: In a bid to fight the COVID-19 in district Bandipora, an MBA pass out from the University of Kashmir has developed a website where students and travelers can self-report their travel history. The website also provides options for volunteer registration and doctors and paramedics volunteer registration as…

Facebook shifting Instant Games from Messenger to main app

Facebook shifting Instant Games from Messenger to main app

San Francisco, July 28:  Social networking giant Facebook is removing its feature Instant Games out of Messenger and adding it to the Facebook Gaming tab on the main app. “With our focus on creating a central Instant Games experience on Facebook, and as Messenger moves to be faster, lighter and…

Instagram to now alert violators before deleting accounts

Instagram to now alert violators before deleting accounts

San Francisco, July 19:  Whilst users from around the world are protesting against Instagram blocking their accounts for “no apparent reason” citing “policy violations”, the photo-messaging platform has now decided to warn users when their account is going to being deleted. Instagram is adding a new warning alert that would…

Facebook down again? Chill as the world has not ended yet

Facebook down again? Chill as the world has not ended yet

New Delhi, July 7:  Imagine this: All of your favourite social media apps such as Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Snapchat and Twitter have stopped working for an unspecified time period. Are you anxious, nervous or still a relaxed soul? This year has seen several incidences where everyday apps faced major outages…

Facebook, WhatsApp back in action, some users still affected

Facebook, WhatsApp back in action, some users still affected

New Delhi, July 4:  Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram were back in action on Thursday morning after affecting millions of users across its platforms globally, including in India. Some users, however, still reported failed messaging and image download issues. Users in India had night-long problems in sending photos, videos and voice…

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