"Dham dham dharam Dharaiya re...": Shikhar Dhawan dedicates Instagram post for Team India (Video)
The decision comes days after Twitter banned Trump (his personal account: @realDonaldTrunp) from its platform completely, a stunning move that drew the ire of conservatives in the US, as well as criticism from around the world, reported The Hill.
Missing from the get together was the 'Raja Hindustani' star Karisma, who also chimed into the comments section and left red heart emoticons.
"I seem to have created unnecessary trouble with my irresponsible choice of words on a post. Rhea is a dear old friend, and I'm happy to meet her again and I wish her well," he wrote in the post.
As per Mashable, Google has not formally commented on the details of the feature but a company spokesperson has confirmed that this feature is being currently piloted on mobile devices.
The spokesperson said that the review showed that only the Facebook page was affected by the automated systems while the Instagram account remained unaffected.
On the country's digital prospect, Mukesh Ambani said he really foresees India accelerating as a premier digital society.
Kangana Ranaut, in a series of tweets, has extended her support to Kamalrukh tagging the PM of India and condemned the conversion of religion in inter-caste marriages.
Instagram is also launching a new workflow where advertisers will have freedom to create Branded Content ads, to post organically on Instagram first.
TV actress Ankita Lokhande, who is quite active on social media, shared a few pictures on her Instagram handle and she looked absolutely beautiful.Clad in a red saree, Ankita left everyone mesmerized with her gorgeous avatar.