I stared into the `Are you sure?` notification on my screen before I hit the 'Delete' button. And there! I got rid of the most consuming thing of my life -- Whatsapp and the popular and addictive Facebook.
In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's focus on disseminating information through new media, Information and Broadcasting Ministry is planning to use 'WhatsApp' and also integrate other social media platforms to hold 'talkathons'.
A sub-inspector of Surat police has been caught dancing with a bar girl while being on duty during an event, prompting the department to initiate action against him after a video of his act went viral today.
A BJP MLA in Rajasthan has landed in a controversy after he allegedly threatened a Chief Medical and Health Officer (CMHO) for failing to effect the transfer of a male nurse with an audio clip of their conversation now circulating on Whatsapp.
Filmmakers these days come up with innovative strategies in order to promote their big screen projects. From making their presence felt on television shows to capturing the social media platforms—they do it all. Similar effort has been made by the makers of 'Badlapur'.
A matter of suspected leakage of examination questions using Whatsapp has come to light in Delhi University after some students of an affiliated college were allegedly caught with images of a biology test paper on their smartphones.
WhatsApp, the world's most widely used instant messaging service, has started encrypting messages to protect them from hackers, said Open Whisper Systems, a software development group associated with the company.
Last week, Whatsapp's new update , the ‘double blue ticks’ feature had kicked off a storm. With this new feature, it certainly wasn't easy to ignore or avoid a message and nor could you pull off that that customary lie as to why didn't you reply. All your excuses of not seeing the message were practically deemed null and void.
As the campaigning for Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir reaches fever pitch, political parties and their candidates are increasingly slugging it out in the virtual world in their bid to pull voters to their side.