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Aishwarya’s Instagram Debut with Aaradhya’s Pic

Mumbai, May 12 : Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has stepped into the social media world with an Instagram debut featuring an image of her with daughter Aaradhya.

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Mumbai, May 12 : Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has stepped into the social media world with an Instagram debut featuring an image of her with daughter Aaradhya.

Aishwarya, who goes by the Instagram handle "aishwaryaraibachchan_arb", made her debut on the image-sharing platform on Friday.
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Aishwarya, who goes by the Instagram handle “aishwaryaraibachchan_arb”, made her debut on the image-sharing platform on Friday.

Her account description reads “Miles to go before I sleep” — a line from Robert Frost’s popular poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”.

A grid of nine photographs makes up an image of what seems like a throwback moment featuring the silhoutte of Aishwarya and Aaradhya.
“And I was born…again,” she titled it.

Her account description reads "Miles to go before I sleep" -- a line from Robert Frost's popular poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening".
Aaradhya, BollywoodCountry

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Aishwarya, 44, will walk the red carpet at the 71st Cannes Film Festival. A regular at the gala, she will represent the brand L’Oreal Paris, clocking her 17th year at the red carpet. (BollywoodCountry)

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Facebook Apps Encountering Glitch: Report

Also on Wednesday, Google and its services including Gmail, Maps and Drive went down globally

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Facebook ruled out a cyber attack speculation which started making the rounds when products of its family of apps — WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger — began encountering service outage for nearly eight hours in what appeared to be one of the longest downtimes.

On Wednesday, users across the globe experienced problems sending messages on Messenger and Whatsapp. The social networking giant’s photo-messaging app Instagram also suffered service disruptions.

After users reported about the inconvenience faced by them on the websites and mobile apps, Facebook took to Twitter to respond: “We’re aware that some people are currently having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps. We’re working to resolve the issue as soon as possible.”

The tech major confirmed that the problem was not related to a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) cyber attack.

“We’re focused on working to resolve the issue as soon as possible, but can confirm that the issue is not related to a DDoS attack,” Facebook informed the users, who believed the service disruption could be a “cyber attack”.

Although the users could open Facebook and Instagram mobile apps, they experienced troubles uploading posts, say reports.

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“We’re aware of an issue impacting people’s access to Instagram right now. We know this is frustrating, and our team is hard at work to resolve this ASAP,” Instagram tweeted.

Earlier in the day, WhatsApp appeared to be fine for many people, but users in India, Bangladesh, Argentina, and more noticed issues with sending messages as the afternoon went on. Users in Brazil were experiencing the most severe outages, The Verge reported.

Users also noted that attempting to use Facebook to sign into apps like Tinder or Spotify was not working either.

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Internet users made their way to Twitter to complain about the hours-long service disruption with hashtags such as “#FacebookDown”, “#InstagramDown” and “#Whatsapp”.

Also on Wednesday, Google and its services including Gmail, Maps and Drive went down globally. (IANS)