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Events Twitter celebrates the 12th birthday of the Hashtag

Twitter saw that #Viswasam, #LokSabhaElections2019 and #CWC19 have been the most Tweeted hashtags in India in 2019

Product Enjoy the best of cricket this #CWC19 with Twitter’s new product feature

Fans can stay on top of every game with Twitter’s unique live scorecard experience in-app, and support their favourite teams in this global cricket event by using a first-of-its-kind jersey emoji.

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Events Twitter provides a front row to the world's largest democratic election

Prime Minister @NarendraModi emerged as the most mentioned political personality throughout the course of the elections, while @BJP4India was the most mentioned political party.

Events IPL 2019 sets a new record on Twitter with 27 million Tweets

Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) won the title for the fourth time, but Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) owned Twitter by being the most Tweeted about team during #IPL2019

Events Honouring journalists on #WorldPressFreedomDay

Journalists from across India come to Twitter to celebrate #WorldPressFreedomDay

Events Lok sabha elections are here and this is what Twitter is talking about

In the month before the end of the first phase of the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, national security was the most talked about elections-related topic on Twitter.

Events How to follow #LokSabhaElections2019

As the world’s largest democracy goes into elections, conversations and debates on Twitter in India are on the rise.

Events Over 4.8 million Tweets as the Cricket season begins

The summer of cricket is here and the conversation continues to heat up on Twitter. Since the start of March, there’s been over 4.8 million Tweets on cricket from teams, players and fans alike.

Events Latest #PowerOf18 research on first time eligible voters

Twitter India unveils new #PowerOf18 research findings specific to first time eligible voters in India, aged 18 - 22 years old, on social media and the elections.

Events Twitter India celebrates International Women’s Day 2019

From #EqualPay to #MeToo, a single Tweet has the potential to turn into a worldwide movement, with women across geographies uniting in solidarity and attempting to bring about positive changes.

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