On January 12, video-sharing app YouTube said it was barring new content from being posted on President Donald Trump's channel for at least a week over a violation of its policies.
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.
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.
Besides Tiger Shroff and Badshah, there will also be performances by singers Aastha Gill, Benny Dayal, and Akasa, music band Thaikkudam Bridge, and actress Alaya F. A live chat for the event has already started on YouTube.
Google services including Youtube and Gmail abruptly went down impacting hundreds of users.
With this new feature, the users are more likely to notice a dramatic difference between HDR and non-HDR video than between 4k and 1080p video. Earlier in 2016, YouTube rolled out 4k livestreaming in 2016
Rashid Siddiqui's monthly Youtube earings showed an instant hike from July. In the month of May and in September, he earned a whopping Rs 6,50,898 with his videos.
Users can press the single option and separate out their liked library on YouTube Music. There is a new dedicated option available to hide the liked YouTube videos on YouTube Music under the Settings Menu.
Released on August 12, the trailer of Sadak 2 has been trolled by many netizens as it is seen by people as a shining example of Bollywood nepotism
The trailer, featuring Sanjay Dutt, Alia Bhatt, Pooja Bhatt, Aditya Roy Kapur, and Makarand Deshpande, was almost immediately rejected by netizens stating 'nepotism'.