Wednesday / Amendment / Youtube

A federal court on Wednesday rejected a conservative nonprofit's First Amendment suit against YouTube, ruling that the company's "braggadocio" about free speech doesn't create a legal requirement to host others' content without restrictions

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If anyone loses their life while serving any #COVID19  patient, be it sanitation workers, doctors or nurses or any other staff, temporary or permanent, from private or government sector, their family will be given Rs 1 crore as our mark of respect for their service.

India has one of the lowest testing rates in the world & every expert on the subject has urged the govt to increase scope & quantity, but the BJP govt does not listen. What good does it to do to ignore expert advice at a time like this? Govt must #ActNowSaveIndia 

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Interacted with Delhi govt doctors and paramedic staff on COVID-19 duty over video conference. I salute their courage and dedication. Have assured them full govt support. They had some excellent suggestions which we will implement immediately

Confirmed #coronavirus  cases in India cross 1600-mark, death toll rises to 38 State-wise tally here -

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14 of the funniest jokes about Boris Johnson's screenshot of the first ever 'digital cabinet meeting'

‘We desperately need every single doctor on the frontline, but some have had their careers threatened, and at least two doctors have been sent home. This is unacceptable. Doctors have a moral duty to make their concerns regarding Covid-19 public.’

McConnell's defense of Trump inadvertently acknowledges he bungled coronavirus crisis: op-ed

#OnThisDay , the last major battle o #WWII  took place, as more than 180,000 Marines and soldiers descended on the island of Okinawa, Japan. Both sides suffered a heavy toll but Allied forces took the victory, securing a critical position to end the war #DoDRemembers75 

There is cure for disease but no cure for religious fanaticism. A secular state should deal with them with iron hand.

While COVID19 continues to create challenges across all segments of society, the U.S. military in Europe continues to stand the watch: @USArmyEurope  @USNavyEurope  @HQUSAFEPA  @MarForEurope  @US_SOCEUR 

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