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Op-Art: An 18-Month-Old Victim in a Very Old Fight

Renewed conflict in Kashmir is killing and blinding the young as politicians remain unwilling to find a just resolution to the old dispute.
Tags: News, India, Social Media, Pakistan, Terrorism, Kashmir, Demonstrations, Eyes And Eyesight, Protests and Riots, Civilian Casualties, Kashmir and Jammu (India, Defense and Military Forces, BB and Airsoft Guns

My honeymoon in India

I always talk about living my version of a Rich Life, and I’m so excited that I get to share a small window into that with you in the form of my six-week honeymoon. There were multiple stops. My wife Cass and I got to share an experience of a lifetime with our parents in Rome, Italy. Then… We’d always dreamed about going on a safari. And now? This was a really special part of the trip for me. I always knew that I’d take my wife here on a honeymoon (even before I met Cass). It’s where I...
Tags: India, Marketing, Rome, Thailand, Pakistan, Delhi, Rajasthan, Amritsar, Cass, Udaipur, Rich Life, Honeymoon Diaries

Inside Facebook’s Secret Rulebook for Global Political Speech

Under fire for stirring up distrust and violence, the social network has vowed to police its users. But leaked documents raise serious questions about its approach.
Tags: Facebook, News, Censorship, Social Media, Philippines, Pakistan, Morocco, Myanmar, Outsourcing, Sri Lanka, Far East, Facebook Inc, Politics And Government, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas, Rumors and Misinformation

Books: Colliding Continents And Reading The Rocks

These two beauties came by mail! Readers know that I have been traveling and writing about the Himalaya the past few years. I had gone to Delhi in 2010 to attend a wedding and casually asked my cousin whether he could recommend a trip to the Himalaya. After the wedding I ended up in Mukteshwar, Uttarakhand for a short stay. I was hooked and have been going regularly since. I realized that I knew almost nothing about Himalaya geology. My Masters course in Pune had barely touched the surface. The...
Tags: Asia, Books, Tibet, India, Seo, Pakistan, Geology, Myanmar, Himalayas, Delhi, Science Communication, Bhutan, Himalaya, Pune, My Book Shelf, Suvrat Kher

12 Best B2B Marketplaces of 2018 With Top Standings

The business to the business industry has grown exponentially in the last decade. If you’re not familiar with what B2B websites are: is a platform that allowing commercial transaction businesses among. This is usually done when sourcing materials. B2B Marketing is a tough pill to swallow which is why these top platforms help small b2b business in many ways. China has the highest number of B2B marketing agencies in the world, followed by the USA, India and Hong Kong. Below is a list of the world’...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Ecommerce, South Korea, Hong Kong, Business, Ebay, China, India, Marketing, US, Sales, San Francisco, Seo, European Union, Taiwan

Facebook buys rights to show La Liga games in India

Company signs exclusive three-year agreement to screen all 380 Spanish top-flight football matches across south Asia Facebook has bought the rights to show Spanish top-flight football in the Indian subcontinent in the latest move by a US technology company into sports rights.The company has signed an exclusive agreement to show La Liga games featuring Barcelona’s Lionel Messi and other stars for the next three years. The deal will allow Facebook to show all 380 matches for the new season, which ...
Tags: Facebook, Asia, Technology, Media, Social Networking, India, Football, US, Social Media, Spain, Sport, Barcelona, World news, US news, South and Central Asia, Digital Media

Facebook buys La Liga broadcast rights for Indian subcontinent

Facebook has acquired exclusive rights to stream the next 3 seasons of La Liga’s matches on Facebook in the Indian subcontinent (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Pakistan), reports Reuters. This will be Facebook’s second broadcast deal following the first one... ...
Tags: Travel, Videos, Facebook, News, Social Media, La Liga, Pakistan, Reuters, Broadcast Rights

Snapchat Hack — Hacker Leaked Snapchat Source Code On GitHub

The source code of the popular social media app Snapchat was recently surfaced online after a hacker leaked and posted it on the Microsoft-owned code repository GitHub. A GitHub account under the name Khaled Alshehri with the handle i5xx, who claimed to be from Pakistan, created a GitHub repository called Source-Snapchat with a description "Source Code for SnapChat," publishing the code of [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Microsoft, Social Media, Tech, Hacking News, Snapchat, Data Breach, Pakistan, Source Code, Swati Khandelwal, How To Hack Snapchat, How To Hack Someones Snapchat, Pakistan Hackers, Snapchat Hack, Snapchat Password Hack, Khaled Alshehri

The Blood Donations on Facebook Center Is Rolling Out in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan

Facebook is marking World Blood Donor Day Thursday with the rollout of its Blood Donations on Facebook center in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Blood Donations on Facebook enables users in those countries to find nearby opportunities to donate blood, as well as to receive notifications when there is a need for blood nearby. Facebook introduced...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Pakistan, India Bangladesh, India Bangladesh Pakistan, Social Pro Daily, Facebook Center

The Big Mac at 50: A Global Snapshot of McDonald’s Big Mac Lovin’

The iconic Big Mac hamburger was introduced by McDonald’s in its Pittsburgh market in the U.S. in 1967 and across America in 1968, considered its official launch—which means it’s turning 50 this year. The signature sandwich’s half-century isn’t only being celebrated in its homeland but everywhere McDonald’s operates worldwide. As part of its 50th Big Mac celebration McDonald’s Australia is introducing a limited edition ‘Grand Big Mac’ of Australians’ favorite burger with bigger buns and bigg...
Tags: Sweden, Australia, Uncategorized, Advertising, America, Canada, Pakistan, Portugal, Sydney, Belgium, Mcdonald's, Big Mac, Campaign, Pittsburgh, McDonald, Food And Beverage

APCO Adds Former State Dept. Hand

APCO Worldwide has named Prashanth Rajan, a State Dept. veteran who served in India and Pakistan, as director in its public affairs practice. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: [email protected] (Kevin McCauley)]
Tags: India, Pr, Pakistan, State Dept, APCO, Kevin McCauley, APCO Adds Former State Dept Hand, Prashanth Rajan

What Marketers Need To Know from F8 2018

This year’s F8 developers conference took a different tone. And no, we aren’t talking about the introduction of Facebook Dating. Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, privacy was top of mind a Facebook introduced new features like Clear History, which enables users to better understand how their information is being shared with connected websites and apps and allows users to more easily remove their personal data. Facebook also reiterated their goal of community connection with new efforts ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Instagram, Marketing, Social Media, Snapchat, Pakistan, Vr, Oculus, Ar, Kia, Sephora, India Bangladesh, Lens Studio, Facebook 's Cambridge Analytica, Facebook Dating Following the Cambridge Analytica

8 Requirements For New Market Success

Why is it that some great ideas take forever to take root, whereas others flourish fast? What lessons do these patterns of struggle and success hold for new markets today? Several great innovations took exceedingly long to become popular. The Indus Valley cities of Harappa and Mohenjo-daro, located in present-day Pakistan, contained the world’s first known flushing toilets some 4500 years ago. A king of China’s Western Han dynasty (which ended in 24 ad) placed one in his palace as well. Brita...
Tags: France, China, Los Angeles, Britain, United States, Pakistan, Tokyo, Branding, Elizabeth, Procter Gamble, San Diego California, Harappa, Indus Valley, Robert Copeland, Brand Innovation, Brand Research Brand Strategy Brand Licensing

Telenor Group and Ant Financial in strategic partnership to deliver inclusive financial services in Pakistan

(Fornebu, Norway and Hangzhou, China, March 13, 2018) Telenor Group has reached a strategic partnership agreement with Ant Financial Services Group (“Ant Financial”) in Pakistan, where Ant Financial will invest USD 184.5m for a 45% stake in Telenor Microfinance Bank (“TMB”), a subsidiary of Telenor Group, to further develop TMB’s mobile payment and digital financial services. The […]
Tags: Seo, Pakistan, Ant Financial, HANGZHOU China, TMB, Telenor Group, News Trends, Fornebu Norway, Ant Financial Services Group Ant Financial, Telenor Microfinance Bank TMB

How to Upgrade Your Local SEO Marketing

The whole purpose of going digital today is to give an extra boost to your small business. Something you should keep in mind is the important of local SEO (search engine optimization). The first perception people have of your business depends on where it is in local search results. To know how to upgrade your SEO marketing, read the local SEO tips below. 1. Make the Best Use of Google Lens Google Lens gives you the option of visual search optimization. People project that when it comes to lo...
Tags: Google, Business, Seo, Pakistan, Google Voice, Voice, Seo Strategies, Local Seo, MNC, SEO / Google / Organic Traffic, Seo For Small Business, Better SEO, Google Lens, Google Lens Google Lens, NAP Consistency SEO

Bitcoin to pay for travels

Editor’s note: Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general is, at the moment, something of a gold rush. Like all gold rushes, some people in it will make their fortunes, while others will lose their shirts. Matador Contributor Will Hatton is in the former group. Here, he explains how he did it. We urge caution to any traveler who is looking towards cryptocurrency to fund their travels — there are some signs that crypto is a bubble, and even at its best, it is a very volatile investment. So we don’t su...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Facebook, England, India, Israel, Seo, Investing, Iran, Bitcoin, Nepal, Pakistan, Goa, Will, Cryptocurrency, All

UNESCO Calls for Fairer Media Coverage of Sportswomen

As millions around the world tune into the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Games, World Radio Day (WRD), celebrated on 13 February 2018, is dedicated to the theme of “Radio and Sports”. On this occasion, the Director-General of UNESCO, Audrey Azoulay, calls on media to provide more equal coverage of women athletes.“The fight for equality between women and men is central to our work,” said UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay. “Only 4% of sports media content is dedicated to women’s spo...
Tags: Featured, Advertising, Unesco, South Africa, Pakistan, Psa, David Martin, BETC, Pyeongchang, Francois Pienaar, Sports Ads, World Radio Day, Audrey Azoulay, BETC Paris, Romain Ducos, Gloria J

Gunster Makes DC Rounds With Bhutto

Gunster Strategies Worldwide handled Pakistan politician Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari's trip to Washington this week to meet with the city's movers & shakers. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: [email protected] (Kevin McCauley)]
Tags: Washington, Pr, Pakistan, Bhutto, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Kevin McCauley, Gunster Strategies Worldwide

'Every app is a dating app': technology blamed for rise in HIV rates in Pakistan

Experts claim use of apps and social media to find sexual partners, combined with ignorance about HIV born of social stigma, have increased infectionWhile technology may have strengthened the fight against HIV and Aids in many countries, in Pakistan it has led to an increase in HIV infection among young people, health experts and activists have warned. Mobile apps and social media have opened new avenues for social encounters in the conservative south Asian country. For gay men and male sex work...
Tags: Health, Apps, Technology, Social Media, Society, World news, South and Central Asia, Pakistan, Global development, Aids and HIV, Global Health

'Every app is a dating app': technology blamed for spike in HIV rates in Pakistan

Experts claim use of apps and social media to find sexual partners, combined with ignorance about HIV born of social stigma, have increased infectionWhile technology may have strengthened the fight against HIV and Aids in many countries, in Pakistan it has led to an increase in HIV infection among young people, health experts and activists have warned. Mobile apps and social media have opened new avenues for social encounters in the conservative south Asian country. For gay men and male sex work...
Tags: Health, Apps, Technology, Social Media, Society, World news, South and Central Asia, Pakistan, Global development, Aids and HIV, Global Health

Huawei Partners with PTCL to Deliver Quality Broadband through Fixed Network Modernization

[Islamabad, Pakistan, October 30, 2017] Huawei announced that it has partnered with Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) for successful rollout of fiber-to-the-curb (FTTC)/fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) solutions to modernize PTCL’s fixed networks that will provide ultra-broadband services economically and efficiently. PTCL is Pakistan’s largest integrated operator, and it owns 95% of local fixed broadband access networks and...
Tags: Cloud, Internet Of Things, Video, Seo, Smartphone, Pakistan, Iot, Huawei, SDN, 5g, Islamabad Pakistan, GCI, Connect, PTCL, News Trends, 4.5G

Corruption Investigation in Pakistan Looks at Ad Agencies

Half a dozen ad agency executives in Pakistan, including the head of McCann Worldgroup's local affiliate, are being detained, along with several former government officials, in a corruption investigation, according to local press reports.The government officials awarded almost $55 million for public awareness ad campaigns to seven ad agencies between 2013 and 2015 without following rules for public procurement, says a report by Pakistan's government-owned news agency Associated Press of Pakistan...
Tags: Advertising, Pakistan, Associated Press, KARACHI, Pakistan Pakistan, McCann Worldgroup, Laurel Wentz, Angela Doland, Corruption Investigation, National Accountability Bureau

[VIDEO] GOP Rep Gohmert in Shock as Reporter Reveals Imran Awan Accessed House Server FROM PAKISTAN

As previously reported, Debbie Wasserman Schultz employed Pakistani IT staffers and brothers who were paid over $4 million dollars over the course of their employment even though they were accused of a cyber-security breach. Imran Awan was arrested as he attempted to flee the U.S. after wiring approximately $300,000 to Pakistan. Fox News is the only cable network covering this huge scandal.  When Imran Awan was arrested he was carrying $12,000 in cash on him. His wife was carrying $12,000 of cas...
Tags: Security, Government, Sem, Gop, Hacking, Pakistan, Fox News, Radio Show, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Imran, Jamal, Gohmert, Abid, Imran Awan

Oxfam Trashes Trump's Shameful Recovery Effort in Puerto Rico

Oxfam has traditionally been active in places such as Ethiopia, Chad, Bolivia, Cambodia, Tajikistan, Burundi and Pakistan. It now can add the US to its list. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: [email protected] (Kevin McCauley)]
Tags: US, Pr, Pakistan, Oxfam, Puerto Rico, Kevin McCauley, Oxfam Trashes Trump, Shameful Recovery Effort, Ethiopia Chad Bolivia Cambodia Tajikistan Burundi

Pakistani MP who says Imran Khan harassed her faces wave of abuse

Ayesha Gulalai Wazir is denounced by her party, while some on social media say she should be whipped or attacked with acidWhen the Pakistani politician Ayesha Gulalai Wazir accused the cricket-star-turned-opposition-leader Imran Khan of sexual harassment, the vitriol unleashed against her was swift and vicious. First, leaders of Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI) party – which Gulalai also belongs to – publicly denounced her and demanded 30 million rupees (£218,000) in compensation for damage...
Tags: Gender, Media, Social Media, World news, South and Central Asia, Digital Media, Pakistan, Imran Khan, Khan, Tehreek, Ayesha Gulalai Wazir, Insaf PTI, Gulalai

Qandeel Baloch: the life, death and impact of Pakistan’s working class icon

The life, death and impact of Pakistan’s working-class icon Qandeel Baloch, killed in 2016 after becoming a social media celebrity. This film tells Qandeel’s story through her own videos and media appearances. A young, fearless woman who collided with Pakistan’s mainstream media, Qandeel exposed the religious right and challenged middle-class morality. From her life before stardom in a rural village to her early days in entertainment as a model and actor, Qandeel gained attention by making provo...
Tags: Documentary, Women, Social Media, World news, South and Central Asia, Feminism, Pakistan, Islam, Qandeel Baloch, Qandeel

‘She feared no one': the life and death of Qandeel Baloch

She was known as Pakistan’s Kim Kardashian, a social media star who courted controversy. One year on, why has no one stood trial for her killing?In April 2016, Qandeel Baloch was invited to appear on the comedy news show Ajeeb Saa. The format was a live debate with Abdul Qavi, a 50-year-old mullah frequently on television. Qavi joined via video link from Multan, the city in southern Punjab where he runs a religious school. Baloch, a 26-year-old social media celebrity dubbed “Pakistan’s Kim Karda...
Tags: Facebook, Kim Kardashian, Media, Instagram, Religion, Social Media, World news, South and Central Asia, Digital Media, Pakistan, Islam, Punjab, KARACHI, Multan, Baloch, Qandeel Baloch

Social media liberty roundup

“Congress is on the cusp of gutting Section 230. This is the threat we’ve always knew was coming” [Eric Goldman, R Street Institute/TechFreedom letter, Emma Llansó/CDT on SESTA, Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act] Psychiatrist sues to unmask author of 1-star review that caused him “extreme and constant distress” [Post and Courier] Judge: Loudoun County, Va. public official violated constituent’s rights by blocking him from “Chair Randall” Facebook page [Sydney Kashiwagi, Loudoun Times, Eugen...
Tags: Facebook, Law, Congress, Washington, Uncategorized, Social Media, Canada, Pakistan, Washington State, Eugene Volokh, free speech in Canada, Loudoun County VA, Taimoor Raza, Daphne Keller, Eric Goldman R Street Institute TechFreedom, Emma Llansó

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