Aditya Kalra

Aditya Kalra

@adityakalra

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@Reuters journalist in India. Companies & regulations. Sector agnostic. Focus on corporate stories, lobbying landscape & investigative journalism. Opinions mine

New Delhi, India
Joined on October 03, 2009
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Between 2008 and 2011, there was a 5,000% increase in the number of employees at Twitter.

Only in India - ONLY 
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Only in India - ONLY https://t.co/UfPNSx4CPT

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Tuna or no tuna at America’s biggest sandwich chain?? - Finally, after more than a month of waiting, the lab results arrived. “No amplifiable tuna DNA was present in the sample … Therefore, we cannot identify the species.” https://t.co/9HaWewWBn3

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WATCH: At #Euro2020, while some players set aside bottles, others embrace the sponsors https://t.co/FKvZwXkiyp https://t.co/pYXXZd2dpk

WATCH: At #Euro2020, while some players set aside bottles, others embrace the sponsors https://t.co/FKvZwXkiyp https://t.co/pYXXZd2dpk

Quoted @ChinmayTumbe

We now have decent estimates of excess mortality for first five months of 2021 for 4 large states (MP, AP, TN, KN) comprising around 300 million people and 21% of Indian population. Excess mortality in these 4 large states exceeds 500K compared to 46K reported Covid deaths (1/n) https://t.co/WN4fW7C63J

We now have decent estimates of excess mortality for first five months of 2021 for 4 large states (MP, AP, TN, KN) comprising around 300 million people and 21% of Indian population.
Excess mortality in these 4 large states exceeds 500K compared to 46K reported Covid deaths (1/n) https://t.co/WN4fW7C63J

If 21% of the population has a clear multiplier factor of 9, extrapolate for 100% and you still only have a guesstimate for the real and humongous #COVID19 toll? @ProsaicView @soutikBBC @anniegowen @PoojaB1972 @rajcheerfull @govindethiraj The duty of the States to do the counting https://t.co/Og7SyapoV0

Shares of companies controlled by Indian billionaire Adani recorded their biggest weekly losses ever. Six stocks cumulatively lost $26 billion of value. Here’s a @Reuters explainer on the mystery behind the slump in shares https://t.co/otj64JSxD4 @abhiruproy30 @sudvaradhan https://t.co/jCrWiKfoJi

Shares of companies controlled by Indian billionaire Adani recorded their biggest weekly losses ever. Six stocks cumulatively lost $26 billion of value. Here’s a @Reuters explainer on the mystery behind the slump in shares https://t.co/otj64JSxD4 @abhiruproy30 @sudvaradhan https://t.co/jCrWiKfoJi

"The moment Twitter was non-complaint, the safe harbour protection was automatically not available," said Shlok Chandra, a lawyer for the government in various cases. Some free speech activists disagree, saying only courts can decide that. READ:  https://t.co/gmXaXJNldz https://t.co/en9XpU0fns

"The moment Twitter was non-complaint, the safe harbour protection was automatically not available," said Shlok Chandra, a lawyer for the government in various cases. Some free speech activists disagree, saying only courts can decide that. READ: https://t.co/gmXaXJNldz https://t.co/en9XpU0fns

The IT rules (point 7) state that in case of non-compliance, the protection that companies enjoy (section 79) related to any liability against user generated content "shall not be applicable" and companies "shall be liable for punishment under any law."

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Twitter's troubles are rising in India. India's government has locked horns with Twitter over non-compliance with new IT rules, which have raised doubts whether the platform would continue to enjoy protection against legal liability for user-generated content.

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Police in India have summoned a top Twitter official in a case related to spread of a video allegedly promoting hate. India has locked horns with Twitter over non-compliance with IT rules, raising concerns it may not enjoy protection against user content https://t.co/gmXaXJNldz

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Amazon documents say Cloudtail and Appario are its special merchants. Its filing today states: “The Learned Single Judge failed to appreciate that Cloudtail and Appario are two independent sellers on the Marketplace and are not preferred sellers on the Amazon Marketplace.”

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Amazon filing - judge “failed to appreciate that in Amazon Marketplace, concept of preferred sellers was non-existent”. A @Reuters investigation cited Amazon documents that showed preferential treatment of select sellers. Some called “special merchants” https://t.co/uA3m3TWWdw

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Walmart's Flipkart, Amazon mount legal challenges against an Indian court’s decision that allowed resumption of an antitrust probe into their business practices. The CCI has plans to demand information and documents from the firms "as quickly as possible" https://t.co/suB62JS4XE

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Update: Amazon too has filed a legal challenge against the court's decision, sources say. Flipkart in its filing has said the CCI investigation would cause "irreparable injury."

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Reuters Flash: Walmart’s Flipkart files legal challenge against Indian court’s decision that allowed antitrust probe to continue, sources say. Flipkart urges court to quash antitrust watchdog order of investigation against the company

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Lesson for Elon Musk ⁦@elonmusk⁩ - it’s not just a tweet that can move stocks. Cristiano Ronaldo snub wipes $4 bln off Coca-Cola’s market value. The 36-year-old shifted the bottles of Coca-Cola away from him during a press conference in Budapest https://t.co/W6xb3zgx6Y

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India’s antitrust body is speeding up cases involving big tech firms by deploying more officers and working with stringent deadlines. Sources say CCI expediting a probe into Amazon, Walmart’s Flipkart and is likely to launch one in the Google smart TV case https://t.co/CrqGW8f2nu https://t.co/5ARC6cUsKt
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India’s antitrust body is speeding up cases involving big tech firms by deploying more officers and working with stringent deadlines. Sources say CCI expediting a probe into Amazon, Walmart’s Flipkart and is likely to launch one in the Google smart TV case https://t.co/CrqGW8f2nu https://t.co/5ARC6cUsKt

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