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  • Zardari talks about social media, social media responds

    Former president Asif Ali Zardari addressed an energised crowd at the old Jinnah terminal upon his return to Pakistan Friday after nearly 18 months in self-imposed exile...

    During his wide-ranging speech, Zardari spoke about how social media is redefining politics and evolving as an effective political watchdog...

  • Social media bombarded with greetings for Pakistan

    KARACHI: As an unfancied Pakistan outclassed the favourties India in every department of the game to lift the Champions Trophy at The Oval on Sunday, celebrities, politicians, cricketers and commentators took to Twitter to shower praise on the greens shirts...

    Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the UN, Maleeha Lodhi (@LodhiMaleeha) tweeted: “Congra-tulations Team Pakistan for a stunning and decisive win...

  • India-Pakistan cricket fans switch sides on social media

    NEW DELHI: Rival cricket fans from India and Pakistan have switched sides on social media ahead of a hotly awaited World Twenty20 clash, in protest over long-running tensions between neighbouring countries...

    “Something pretty interesting is happening in India and Pakistan on Facebook right now,” Zuckerberg said in a post...

  • Situationer: Pakistan's social media conundrum as election looms

    THE Federal Inves­tigation Agency’s (FIA) cybercrime wing arrested two men in Rawalpindi in October last year, who were suspected of posting on social media material and content deemed to be contemptuous of major state organs...

    The duo was said to be spreading propaganda through various fake social media accounts using proxy servers...

  • Comment: Lack of role models and social media keeping Pakistan’s youth away from sports

    While cricket is still thriving as a sport, thanks to the great amount of money involved, Pakistan’s national game hockey besides squash, athletics, table tennis, tennis, snooker and almost all other sport have taken a nosedive where the standards are concerned...

    Being a media person and an avid fan of sports, my curiosity has grown about the decline in sports in Pakistan...

  • PTI social media activist sent to prison

    PESHAWAR: A local court on Friday sent a social media activist of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, Qazi Jalal, to the Peshawar Central Prison on judicial remand in a case of vilification of judges of the superior court by tweeting allegations against them...

    The FIA claimed that the suspect had posted critical and libelous material about judges of the superior courts on his social media profile on Twitter...

  • Social media and you

    Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Tumblr and WhatsApp — this is the world we are surrounded by and frankly, it has become hard to imagine what our day would be like without an internet connection and without socialising in the virtual world of social media...

    I am not here to lecture you about the bad aspects of social media, nor am I writing this to make you feel guilty about using it...

  • US Senate invites social media giants to testify in 2016 election probe

    The hearings come as both panels have been scrutinising the ways that the social media platforms and online ads were used by Russians to influence the election...

    The committees are examining the spread of false news stories and propaganda and whether anyone in the United States helped target those stories to specific users on social media platforms...

  • ATC indicts four for blasphemy on social media

    ISLAMABAD: An anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Tuesday charge sheeted four suspects for allegedly uploading blasphemous content on social media...

    The FIA has so far arrested four suspects in the matter, all of whom are in jail on judicial remand for their alleged involvement in the publishing of blasphemous content on social media...

  • Social media mocks Bachchan over Paradise Papers

    NEW DELHI: “Amitabh Bachchan, named in both Panama & Paradise papers, ardently supported Modi’s demonetisation to ‘curb’ black money, corruption!” The comment on Facebook came on Tuesday from leftist student leader Umar Khalid, who has been at the receiving end of the Modi government’s raids on universities...

    Many others have quoted the actor’s dialogues from movies to mock him
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