Company Our work with journalists and news publishers around COVID-19

At Twitter, we’re working with the media to ensure the latest and most critical information about COVID-19 reaches your timeline, in your language of choice, and in an easy-to-consume format.

Company An update on our efforts to support the COVID-19 conversation in India

Amidst this crisis, people have come together to support and connect each other to life-saving facilities, medicines and food on Twitter. Here's what Twitter's doing to help.

Company Twitter expands engineering team in India

Apurva Dalal joins the team as Director of Engineering, based in India. We’re also hiring several roles across engineering, product, research and design.

Events An update on our work around Assembly Elections 2021

With the #AssemblyElections2021 in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, and Puducherry a few days away, we are implementing significant product, policy, and enforcement updates.

Events Twitter’s multilingual initiatives ahead of Assembly Elections 2021

Twitter is committed to empowering public conversation, facilitating meaningful political debate, driving civic participation during elections; all in real-time.

Company Updates on our response to blocking orders from the Indian Government

Following the reports of violence in New Delhi in recent weeks, we wanted to share a granular update on our proactive efforts to enforce our rules and defend our principles in India.

Company #BestOfTweets 2020: Brands that led the way on Twitter in India

The constraints of 2020 encouraged brands on Twitter to be more creative, thoughtful and personal than ever before. Let’s look back at the best campaigns on Twitter in India this year.

Company Our plans to relaunch verification and what’s next

This new policy will lay the foundation for defining what verification means, who is eligible for verification and more.

Events #ThisHappened2020: How India Stayed Connected, Informed and Entertained

2020 was a unique year for everyone, which means conversation on Twitter was unique too. Amidst the global pandemic, Indians took to Twitter to stay informed, connected and entertained, this happened-

Events IPL 2020: Chennai Super Kings become the most Tweeted about team

While cricket fans couldn’t be in the stadium or even the same room as their friends to watch the matches this year, the roar of cricket enthusiasts was just as resounding on Twitter.

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