Concerned netizens took to Twitter to raise their voices against OTTs and their Web Series and urged the Government to set up a regulatory body for these OTT platforms. Read more »
Today concerned Hindus took to Twitter to protest against pseudo-secularism that is destroying Hindu culture and suppressing Hindu society. The said trend was on 2nd spot in top 10 national Twitter trends for few hours. Read more »
This hashtag started spreading among Hindus and as a result, it became one of the top 10 national trends on Twitter. It reached on 8th spot for some time. Read more »
To protest against this Halal imposition on Hindus, they started tweeting with hashtag #BoycottHalalProducts. The trend was on 2nd spot in top national trends on Twitter in India for few hours. Read more »
To protest against ongoing loot of Kerala temples by leftists, Hindus took to Twitter and started tweeting with hashtag #LeftistsLootKeralaTemples. For several hours, the trend was on 3rd spot in national top trends on Twitter. Read more »
Netizens were using hashtag #MandirBand_MadiraChalu and more than 30,000 tweets were tweeted using this hashtag. It became one of the top 10 national trends on Twitter in India and it was on 4th spot for a while. Read more »
Hindus took to Twitter to raise their concerns and voice their protests against such misdeeds of so-called secular govts with hashtag #LootTempleGiftMinorities. It was on 3rd spot in top 10 national trends for few hours. Read more »
Netizens took to Twitter to raise their concerns and started tweeting with hashtag #StopAttackingSaffron. More than 20,000 tweets were tweeted using this hashtag and this hashtag was in top 20 trends on Twitter in India Read more »
Hindus took to Twitter to raise their concerns about suppression of Hindu society from all sides and they also voiced necessity of unity of Hindus. The hashtag #HindusRiseAsOne became one of the top 10 national Twitter trends. Read more »
Many concerned citizens in India took to Twitter to demand ban on Tablighi Jamaat in India with hashtag #BanTablighiJamaat and while writing this report, this trend is on 4th spot in top 10 national trends in India. Read more »
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