Hindus took to Twitter to unmask Hinduphobic agenda of organisers of DGH conference. More than 15,000 tweets were tweeted with hashtag #DGH_Conf_Agenda_Hinduphobia. Read more »
Hindu netizens started tweeting with hashtag #BanTheEmpireSeries which became one of the top national trends on Twitter in India. The trend was on 2nd spot for some time and was in top 10 for several hours. Read more »
People were tweeting with hashtag of #NoJunkFood_StayHealthy to give message to other people to stay away from junk food to stay healthy. More than 30,000 tweets were tweeted with the said hashtag. Read more »
Hindus were tweeting with hashtag #SaveParolaFort and more than 50,000 tweets were tweeted with the said hashtag. Soon this became one of the top 10 national trend on Twitter in India and it was on 2nd spot for brief period of time. Read more »
More than 30,000 tweets were tweeted using the said hashtag and soon it became one of the top 10 national trends on Twitter in India. It was on 5th place for few hours. Read more »
More than 40,000 tweets were tweeted in the matter of few hours and both hashtags featured in top 10 trends on Twitter in India. Particularly #BoycottFacebook was at 3rd place for few hours. Read more »
To oppose double standards of Facebook, devout Hindus took to Twitter with hashtag #Facebook_Targets_HJS. More than 70,000 tweets were tweeted by Hindus in just a matter of few hours. The trend was on 3rd spot in India trends for few hours. Read more »
Hashtag #IndiaWants_BlasphemyLaw was used in more than 35,000 tweets and it became one of the top 10 national trends in India. It was on 2nd spot for few hours. Read more »
More than 20,000 tweets were tweeted with the hashtag #KashmiriHindusExodus_31Yrs and it was one of the top 10 national trends in India on Twitter. The trend was on 4th spot for few hours. Read more »
More than 25,000 tweets were tweeted with the hashtag #NCERT_Fakes_History, which became one of the top 10 national trends in India on Twitter. The trend was on 3rd spot for few hours. Read more »
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