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National Multimedia Campaign to Prevent Child Marriage

National Multimedia Campaign to Prevent Child Marriage

0 / August 11, 2017 1:36 am

A National Multimedia Campaign, aiming to raise awareness and social change for ending frequent child marriage in Bangladesh, has been launched. Alongside with broadcasting and print media, digital media stood up for spreading up awareness through mostly used social networking [&hellip

Facebook Rejects Mobile Number Link-Up Request by Pakistan

Facebook Rejects Mobile Number Link-Up Request by Pakistan

0 / July 28, 2017 11:32 am

The request of linking all the accounts with mobile numbers of the users has been declined by Facebook. A media report on July 16 says Pakistan has requested the authority so that they can identify the fake user accounts effectively, [&hellip

Pakistani Man Received Death Sentence Over Blasphemous content on Facebook

Pakistani Man Received Death Sentence Over Blasphemous content on Facebook

/ June 18, 2017 6:45 am

A court in Pakistan has sentenced a 30-year-old man to death after finding the man guilty in a blasphemy case. The death sentence has been pronounced by an anti-terrorism court in Bahawalpur for allegedly posting blasphemous content on a social [&hellip

Chudail of Hyderabad Storms the Internet

Chudail of Hyderabad Storms the Internet

/ May 20, 2017 12:29 am

What would you do when you see a chudail or a witch sitting on top of a big wall? The sight is definitely not suitable for the faint-hearted. However, a picture like that is recently breaking the Internet, particularly in [&hellip

Instagram Hit the Mark of 700 Million Users Worldwide

Instagram Hit the Mark of 700 Million Users Worldwide

/ May 10, 2017 7:49 am

Social media site Instagram has become a platform for 700 million users in just two years. The progress has been fueled by rapid web sign ups, compatibility on low-end smartphones and stories. The social media site has taken just four [&hellip

Facebook Blocked 85 Percent of Blasphemous Content on Pakistan’s Appeal

Facebook Blocked 85 Percent of Blasphemous Content on Pakistan’s Appeal

/ April 12, 2017 8:47 am

Pakistan Interior Secretary Arif Khan in a report said that social media giant Facebook has acted on Pakistan request and making effort to block illegal blasphemous contents. The minister said that 85 percent of such blasphemous contents have been removed [&hellip

Supreme Court Considered Triple Talaq Important, Assured to Discuss the Issue even during the Summer Vacation

Supreme Court Considered Triple Talaq Important, Assured to Discuss the Issue even during the Summer Vacation

/ April 9, 2017 1:22 am

In a statement, the Supreme Court on Thursday, March 30 said that the decision on the legality of the custom of triple talaq, in which Muslim men award divorce to their wives, is crucial. The court also said that a [&hellip

Facebook to Launch Messenger Day-a New Feature for Better Conversation

Facebook to Launch Messenger Day-a New Feature for Better Conversation

/ March 28, 2017 7:18 am

The social networking giant Facebook has announced the launch of its Messenger Day that will add a utilitarian spin on the slideshow format. After getting a positive response from the millions of users in countries like Australia and Poland, the [&hellip

A Pakistani Court Threatens to Block Social Networking Sites Over Blasphemous Content

A Pakistani Court Threatens to Block Social Networking Sites Over Blasphemous Content

/ March 27, 2017 5:28 am

Threatening the social networking sites of facing a ban if they failed to censor content hurting people following Islam, a court in Pakistan has directed the government to form a committee and investigate the case of online blasphemy. In a [&hellip

Pakistani Right Activist Said that He Survived Torture Beyond the Limit

Pakistani Right Activist Said that He Survived Torture Beyond the Limit

/ March 25, 2017 12:27 am

Waqass Goraya, the liberal activist, who disappeared in January, this year, said that a government institution close to Pakistan Army held and tortured him. Goraya was among the five activists who went missing earlier this year. However, all the missing [&hellip