Digital and social media have become the most important thing in today’s world. When it comes to businesses, social media is a big part of building and promoting a brand. Moderated by blogger and language trainer Swati Rai, Citibank presents the conversation on Digital Entrepreneurship: Why Social Is Business. The speakers included authors Devika Das, Bhargi Madhu, Mounica Alamuri and Charu Dhyani.
Did a cheeky prank on your partner? Bought them an expensive gift? Executed a heart-melting romantic gesture? Had a funny breakup? Did you have a camera in place?
Sasha Ahmed, 21, a student from Mumbai states that the scariest part is the realisation that this could be happen to any of us, that it could be happening to her.
“You can’t share that pain or grapple with anyone else, but when you have the care of your parents, husband, children, important family members and friends, then the strife doesn’t feel like a struggle.”
“We think we need to be ‘proper’ in a sari,” remarks Misra. “I wanted to break that pattern to show the comfort with which it can be worn.”
Venturing further on the ways to become a successful blogger, the bloggers also gave advice about how one should curate the content and what are the things that should be under focus to ensure more views and readers.
Every day, Divya went to the school with the bowl to get something to eat. Venkat Reddy ultimately took a significant step and got Divya enrolled in the same school.
Instagram users crowded to get a look at the post which was a selfie starring the main characters of Friends.
We think in tweets, capture memories for the ‘gram and experience on Netflix. While life is really really easy in terms of accessing entertainment and information, this is affecting our attention span and creative output.
Mahua has submitted a petition seeking to implead herself in the case by citing various reasons how the traceability of messages and Aadhar linking of social media is a breach of privacy.
Indian women YouTubers are not only creating content about humour, lifestyle, and health, they are also venturing into male-dominated categories like sports, gaming, automobiles, etc
Looks like her posts are mocking the existing matrimonial advertisements which are regularly given out for brides. Well, Adah’s posts are a fresh perspective to see how the same stereotypes can be applied to men.