An Indian magazine claims that Canada’s Prime Minister’s Office withdrew the publication’s invitation to a New Delhi dinner reception because of its recent criticism of Justin Trudeau. Outlook, one of India’s most popular English-language news and current affairs magazines, shared this image of an invitation extended to its foreign editor Pranay Sharma to attend a dinner reception hosted by the high commissioner of Canada on Thursday.
Indian magazine claims Trudeau withdrew invitation over its coverage of Sikh extremism
socastcmsRssStartRahul KalvapallesocastcmsRssEndOutlook claims the Prime Minister’s Office withdrew its invitation to a dinner reception over the magazine’s recent articles accusing the Canadian government of harbouring Sikh extremists.
Every Wednesday, images of Iranian women, hair uncovered and hijabs held aloft, pop up on social media. They’re the result of a social media campaign, led by New York-based journalist and activist Masih Alinejad, that aims to end Iran’s mandatory hijab dress code, imposed after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. The movement was initially called “My Stealthy Freedom,” named for the website and social media accounts used to publish photos and videos of defiant protesters.
@blitzen13 I wish there was an option to mute commentary. There are times when commentators should go quiet for a few seconds to let viewers get immersed in certain moments, like when the crowd chants a player's name or immediately after a massive goal. But modern commentators don't.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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