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#DearTwitter, Stop Letting Vested Interests Misuse You

Today, Twitter is being used to play a dirty game, a game that is morally wrong. Fake accounts are produced, fake tweets are sent out in bulk, fake trends are fabricated. Twitter is used to create fake majorities, a use I'm sure you're well aware of, a use that makes the general public reconsider their own opinion; their own choices. This use or, well, misuse, takes place because you're allowing it.
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Fake Degrees And Italian Scams: How AAP And BJP Are Making A Mockery Of Their Mandate

Indians are watching in great confusion and mild disbelief as two political dramas unfold. A core issue -- that of 'accountability' -- is being deliberately and methodically slow-cooked into tender pieces of public morality for the media and citizenry to relish. First, the Chief Minister of Delhi's insistence on a full public disclosure of the Prime Minister's academic qualifications. Second, the ruling party is perseveringly filibustering Parliament sessions to yell over a major corruption scandal by the Congress. Are these issues really 'political' in nature?

Donald Trump And Arvind Kejriwal Are More Alike Than You Think

The expression "balls of steel" is common enough, but it rarely pops up during presidential campaigns. That is, until Donald Trump entered the race. Whether all the Republicans like it or not, it's pretty certain that Trump is the GOP nominee. His ascent holds some serious lessons for each and every one of us in the corporate world, but first I'd like to draw a parallel between him and our very own Arvind Kejriwal.