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Twitterati’s Humorous Take on Maharashtra Developments

One user played on a popular political slogan and wrote: "Abki baar, Thackeray sarkar! (This time it's Thackeray's government)."

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Twitter is a social media app that encourages short tweets and brief conversations. Pixabay

As Maharashtra moved a step further towards the formation of a new coalition government, Twitter users on Wednesday posted humorous remarks, memes and pictures to air their views on the political developments in the state.
#MaharashtraKaMahaDrama trended on Twitter with 8,351 tweets.

A few even posted throwback pictures and video clippings of Vajpayee and Balasaheb Thackeray to buttress their remarks.

“Thank you guys. India got to watch a fantastic suspense thriller movie absolutely free. Got to know later that it wasn’t free and the BJP paid the price. #MahaTwist #MaharashtraKaMahaDrama”.

A user posted a clipping of men dancing merrily along with the comment: “Uddhav Thackeray right now!”

One post had a scene of a popular Hindi movie, wherein a character asks the procedure for changing hostel room.

Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Devendra Fadnavis
Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Devendra Fadnavis taking oath.

The comments on the post read: Maharastrians be like — What is the procedure to change the state ??”

There was also one picture of a serious-looking Uddhav Thackeray and his son Aditya, with a comment that played on a popular Amitabh Bachchan movie’s monologue: “Aaj khush to bahut hoge tum, aye (you must be very happy today)! But soon it will be future.”

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One Twitter user commented: “I want to change my vote after election… can I?? If not… how can leaders change their party after election??”

One user played on a popular political slogan and wrote: “Abki baar, Thackeray sarkar! (This time it’s Thackeray’s government).” (IANS)

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Instagram Experiences Highest Outrage While Twitter Reports Least in Q4

The Facebook family of social media sites outage on November 28, 2019 was one of many social outages in Q4 2019

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A combined 34,408 Facebook and Instagram users reported outages. Pixabay

Facebook-owned Instagram experienced the highest outage in the fourth quarter of 2019 with 21,682 reports at the peak on November 28, 2019, while Twitter reported the least amount of outage complaints with 15,952 reports at the peak on October 22, 2019, according to a new report on Tuesday.

The Twitter outage lasted only about a half an hour, leaving unable to tweet, retweet, like tweets or access their account at the peak of the outage, according to the findings by Downdetector, a company which tracks outages in technology platforms and social media sites. Facebook also experienced an outage on November 28 with 12,726 reports at the peak. The outage lasted about five hours and affected users across the globe.

“The Facebook family of social media sites outage on November 28, 2019 was one of many social outages in Q4 2019. The outage lasted about five hours and affected users in the US, Germany, Italy and Spain,” said the report titled “What Went Down? The Most Significant Online Service Outages in Q4 2019”.

“A combined 34,408 Facebook and Instagram users reported outages at the peak of the outage,” it added. Facebook’s Messenger app experienced a smaller outage on November 18, 2019 with 8,952 users reporting outages at the peak.

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Facebook-owned Instagram experienced the highest outage in the fourth quarter of 2019 with 21,682 reports at the peak on November 28, 2019, while Twitter reported the least amount of outage complaints with 15,952 reports at the peak on October 22, 2019. Pixabay

Snapchat, the popular multimedia messaging app was down for five and a half hours on October 14, 2019, leaving users unable to chat, send or receive photos from their friends. At the peak of the outage, 18,252 users from the US reported problems.

The outage was so significant as the hashtag #SnapchatDown was trending on Twitter at the time of the outage.In the mobile operators category, Vodafone was down for about four hours for thousands of users on October 23, 2019.

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At the peak of the outage, 21,065 users, primarily in Germany, reported having problems with their service, said the report. (IANS)