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Chinese app TikTok removed 60 lakh Indian videos for Violating content.



TikTok, a popular short video-sharing app, has removed nearly 60 lakh videos for violating content guidelines in India. The development comes days after Central government issued notices to the social media platform along with a set of 24 questions over its alleged misuse for ‘anti-national activities’ in the country.

Speaking to Times of India, Sachin Sharma, Director (Sales and Partnerships) at TikTok said. “We are committed to maintaining a safe and positive in-app environment for our users to showcase their creativity and talent. TikTok in no way endorses or promotes content that is in violation of our community guidelines.”

The deleted videos were tagged as spreading wrong messages in the society in some way, the videos were considered to be increasing communal issues. By removing these videos, TikTok has given the right message. It has made it clear that such behavior and producing content related to communal issues will not be extinguished at any cost.

TikTok’s parent company, Beijing Bytedance Technology Co. has said that “we give our users the opportunity to show their creativity and talent, but we do not support or promote any kind of content that is against the community guidelines. There are more than 20 million TikTok users in India. Every day, the number of users and the quantity of traffic is increasing and we are regularly examining the content to make it adhere to the community guidelines”.


Section 144 imposed in Ayodhya till December 10




New Delhi: As the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid land dispute enters into the crucial final leg in the Supreme Court on Monday, Section 144, which bans the assembly of four or more people, has been imposed in Ayodhya district and surrounding areas in Uttar Pradesh till December 10, 2019. The order   was passed “in anticipation of verdict in Ayodhya land case” and “considering safety and security of Ayodhya”. The order also bans the use of drones for filming or shooting.

While confirming the decision, the District Magistrate said, “Section 144 imposed in the district till 10th December in anticipation of verdict in Ayodhya land case. The decision to impose Section-144 also taken into consideration the upcoming festivals.”

The Supreme Court will resume proceedings on the 38th day of the case after a week-long Dussehra break, with a verdict expected before November 17 – the day Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi demits office.

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) expressed disappointment over the order and has sought permission to light earthen lamps at the disputed site on Diwali.

“When entire Ayodhya will be lit on Diwali, why should Ram Lalla remain in the dark? We will meet the Divisional Commissioner who is the receiver of the disputed site and seek his permission,” Mahant Nayan Das was quoted in a report by news agency

Twenty-seven years after the Babri Masjid demolition, the Supreme Court is set to wrap up arguments in the case which changed the country’s politics, and deliver a verdict before Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi retires on November 17.

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