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Actress and model Lisa Ray serious about Beauty Business, soon to be seen in a Documentary

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Hong Kong, April 12, 2017: Actress and model Lisa Ray is serious about the beauty business and will soon be seen in a documentary based on the beauty world.

Lisa revealed this on her Twitter account on Wednesday with an image of herself taken during a shoot.

“So empowering to get real about the beauty business. Fab shoot for upcoming doc the ‘Beauty Machine’, Hong Kong,” she captioned the photograph.

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The actress also shared the news that she is heading to Mumbai, her “second home”.

“Going to miss my boys like crazy, but excited to jet off to my second home Mumbai for more adventures,” she tweeted.

On the acting front, the 45-year-old was last seen in Ram Gopal Varma’s biographical action film “Veerappan”. (IANS)

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Micro-blogging Site Twitter to Expand its Political Ads Policy in India

Twitter policy on political ad transparency to begin in India from March 11

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The logo for Twitter is displayed above a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. vOA

Twitter on Monday announced to expand its political ads policy and transparency approach to include India, all European Union member states and Australia that will be operational from March 11.

Facing the heat in India over the presence of political bias on its platform, Twitter said that from March 11, only certified advertisers will be allowed to run political campaign ads on its service in India.

“Political advertisers must apply now for certification and go through every step of the process,” the micro-blogging platform said in a blog post.

“This is part of our overall commitment to protect the health of the public conversation on our service and to provide meaningful context around all political entities who use our advertising products,” Twitter added.

The company said it would continue to build the operational and tooling support to expand its political advertising policies to other key markets throughout 2019.

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Twitter on a smartphone device. Pixabay

Finding itself in the midst of a controversy for not sending its CEO to appear before a parliamentary panel earlier this month, the microblogging site has said that it is “working hard” to expand its team and resources to help tackle the spread of misinformation on its platform.

Twitter was earlier accused by the government of being “slow” in removing “objectionable content” from its platform.

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The Parliamentary Committee on Information Technology (IT) wants to question the Twitter CEO over measures taken to ensure the safety and security of the users and allegations that the social media site is discriminating against “nationalist” posts on its platform.

The committee has summoned Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to appear before it on February 25 but a confirmation is yet to come from the company. (IANS)