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Karnataka police warned citizens
Times of India

Karnataka police warned citizens

05.45AM IST Maharashtra police to crack whip on those who like offensive posts on Facebook. MUMBAI: In an attempt to contain protests over objectionable posts on a social networking site about Chhatrapati Shivaji, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar and the ... Times of India, 1 hour ago

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Now, Facebook to act as deterrant to fight corruption

In a bid to check corruption and embarrass the offenders, the Maharashtra Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) is planning to launch a page on a popular social networking site where it would upload the pictures of those caught for taking bribes. In a bid ...
 APN News5 days ago Maharashtra Police plans to upload photos of corrupt on Facebook to embarrass offenders  Daily Bhaskar6 days ago Maharashtra Anti Corruption Bureau to upload photos of corrupt on upcoming Facebook page  Financial Express6 days ago Name and shame: Maharashtra Police to upload photos of corrupt on Facebook  First Post.com6 days ago
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Oneindia

Those involved in violence after Facebook posts won't be spared: RR Patil

The state government will not spare anyone involved in the violence that erupted after morphed images of Shivaji Maharaj, Babasaheb Ambedkar and Bal Thackeray were posted on Facebook, said Home minister RR Patil in the legislative council on Tuesday. He added ...
 DNA2 months ago Windfall for Maoists surrendering in Maharashtra  Oneindia2 days ago 'Like' wrong post, get jailed  The Telegraph2 months ago A wrong Facebook 'Like' can get you in trouble in Maharashtra  Daiji World2 months ago
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Maharashtra ACB to create a Facebook page on corrupt officials

The Maharashtra Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is planning an innovative way of checking corruption - by creating a Facebook page and uploading the pictures of those caught taking bribes. Director General of Police (ACB) Pravin Dixit said, "In a bid to ...
 Zee News5 days ago
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First Post.com

Bull in a China shop: Ajit Pawar should ban mobs, not Facebook

Maharashtra deputy CM Ajit Pawar is right to be concerned about what caused the Pune techie to be killed by a mob. But by even talking about a social media ban ala China he is confusing the medium for the message.
 First Post.com2 months ago Woman hurls slipper at Ajit Pawar, misses  India Today1 week ago
Oneindia

Facebook-Palgarh Case: NHRC wants Maharashtra Govt pay the girls Rs 50,000 each

The National Human Rights Commission has issued a statement, wherein it has “reiterated its recommendations in yet another reminder that the Government of Maharashtra pay Rs 50 thousand each to the two girls, who, it held, were illegally detained by the ...
 Medianama1 month ago Maharashtra to give Rs 50 lakh to CWG gold medalists  Oneindia2 weeks ago Facebook comment case: Rights panel tells Maharashtra to pay Palghar women Rs 50,000 each  Times of India1 month ago Facebook row Maharashtra asked to pay Rs 1 lakh to two girls  Big News Network1 month ago
IBN Live

Maharashtra Facebook post sparks riot 27 held

The situation had calmed down by Friday but the state reserve police force was put on standby to avoid further violence. Police have arrested 27 people, for rioting and damaging public property. Dhule SP Akhilesh Kumar told HT that the FB post was old and the ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago Violence in Maharashtra`s Dhule over Facebook post  Zee News2 months ago Maharashtra: Violence in Dhule over derogatory posts on Facebook  IBN Live2 months ago Facebook post on Ambedkar sparks violence in Maharashtra  The Hindu2 months ago
Rediff.com

Pune techie murder: Maharashtra govt mulling ban on Hindu Rashtra Sena

The 28-year-old techie was killed by a violent mob on June 2 at suburban Hadapsar following surfacing of a Facebook post denigrating King Shivaji and late Bal Thackeray. Follow this section for latest news on Politics and Nation EmailRSS Have something to ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Maharashtra government mulls ban on HRS after Pune murder  Asian Age2 months ago Pune techie murder: Ban on Hindu Rashtra Sena?  Rediff.com2 months ago Pune techie murder:Maha govt mulling ban on Hindu Rashtra Sena  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Palghar Facebook case: NHRC reminds Maharashtra government to pay girls Rs50,000

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Tuesday reminded the state government to pay Rs50,000 to Shaheen Dhada and Rinu Shrinivasan, for illegally detaining the two over their Facebook posts on the demise of Balasaheb Thackeray in November 2012. The ...
 DNA1 month ago
Rediff.com

Maha Govt to set up Cyber Crime Investigation Cells

In the wake of recent violent incidents in Pune and elsewhere over some objectionable posts on Facebook, Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil today announced that Cyber Crime Investigation Cells would be set up at five places in the state soon. "Not ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Four new cyber crime cells to be set up in Maharashtra  Times of India2 months ago Maha govt to set up cyber crime probe cells  Rediff.com2 months ago
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