Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for making Yoga a mass movement, connecting people and strengthening the bonds of humanity.
In a post on Facebook, the Prime Minister said that the entire global community has come together in support of celebrating the first-ever International Day of Yoga, on June 21st.
“Now, that strong support has also turned into immense enthusiasm. I am seeing several people and organisations across the world are working towards making the first ever International Day of Yoga a memorable event,” the Prime Minister said.
In the run-up to 21st June, the Prime Minister would be sharing a post daily, covering various aspects of Yoga.
Friends, 21st June…I am sure you remember. The first ever International Day of Yoga will be observed on that day. The…
Facebook has said that it will not remove fake news from its platform because it does not violate its community standards. Instead, it says posts that it deems to be fake news will be “demoted” in the news feed.
The social network is currently running an advertising campaign in Britain that declares “fake news is not our friend”. But it said publishers often had “very different points of view” and removing fabricated posts would be “contrary to the basic principles of free speech”, the BBC reported on Friday.
Facebook has been scrutinized for its role in spreading fake news after evidence emerged that Russia tried to influence US voters using the social network.
The company on Wednesday held an event in New York where it sought to convince journalists it was tackling the problem.
“We created Facebook to be a place where different people can have a voice,” John Hegeman from Facebook said while responding to CNN.