We looked inside some of the tweets by @AatishTaseer and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
60% of U.S. smartphone owners now visit their favorite social networking sites on a daily basis, up from 54% in 2011.
Anne Appelbaum (@anneapplebaum) wrote the most important piece I've read in understanding the political crisis in the US... and she wrote it about Poland. In it, she explores how a political conspiracy took over and undermined Polish democracy: https://t.co/8hGEjijDhy
They shared a video of a Muslim man being attacked in India. Now they're being investigated by police https://t.co/iJvfUW8aQD
Taseer believes the Indian media are increasingly in thrall to the Hindu nationalist BJP. “Twitter remains one of the few avenues where people like Rana and [Mohammed] Zubair can speak and be heard and set the record straight,” he says. “So it really is a concerted attack.” It is https://t.co/xBYcG5d0U3
It is clear that Alt News co-founder Mohammed Zubair is being targeted for reporting the victim's version in the Ghaziabad case. The social media 'influencers' and trends singling out Zubair are a testimony to the impact he has. The Alt News team stands with Zubair.
Consuming four or five eight-ounce cups of coffee (or about 400 milligrams of caffeine) a day has been associated with reduced death rates, numerous studies suggest. https://t.co/NpiYNUicRU
Coffee, pets, sex, exercise and the effects of booze: nothing focuses New York Times readers like these subjects…Am I missing something? https://t.co/mP2lLURC54
AlJazeera journalist @raqib_naik is being harassed, given death threats & even sued for reporting on Hindu nationalism in the United States & its links to supremacist groups in India. @mehdirhasan @FareedZakaria @AatishTaseer @johncusack AJ Statement: https://t.co/UBYw4dYGh2
OMG: so painful. I know Robert Byron disdained Baker’s creation, but it was only because he hadn’t met (or anticipated) Bimal Patel… https://t.co/UFoxyR5VOe