According to sources it was stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is the World’s Second Most Followed Politician, emerged as one of the 50 most followed persons on popular social media platform Twitter. As per report in the Twitter Top 50 most followed report, PM Modi stood on 23rd place with his 43 million followers.
Meanwhile as per report other Indians who featured in the Top 50 list include Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, and Salman Khan at 35, 38 and 45th places respectively. Accordingly the ever-increasing number of followers of Narendra Modi rose by more than 4 million in the past 5 months, from 39 million follower count in January to 43.2 million followers at present.
Furthermore also, the Prime Minister is a regular feature in the list of
Top 10 most followed Indians on Twitter. Presently as per report from media
Modi is only behind United States President Donald Trump in the list of the
most followed politicians on Twitter.
Mickey Mouse character turned 90 on Sunday Accordingly Iconic cartoon character Mickey Mouse turned 90 on Sunday, and his birthday is being celebrated around the world, including in India. Meanwhile Mickey Mouse made his first appearance in Steamboat Willie on November 18, 1928, and has ruled hearts since then. Furthermore he was born out of necessity when Walt Disney discovered he had lost the rights to his previous character
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