Vivek Oberoi was recently fined by Mumbai Police for flouting norms by riding his newly acquired motorcycle without wearing a helmet and face mask. The Bollywood actor was reportedly fined Rs 500, and has acknowledged his mistake in a very unique way. Oberoi took to his Instagram account and shared a new take on the 'pawri ho rahi hai' trend. Teasing Mumbai Police he wrote in the caption, "This is for you @mumbaipolice." and also added hashtags like, "#pawtikatgayihai #PawriNahiHoRahiHai". In the video clip, Vivek shows off his bikes and the challan. He can be heard saying, "Ye hum hain, ye humari bikes hain, aur ye humari pawti kat gayi hai." View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vivek Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) Vivek was fined after the actor posted a Valentine's Day video of the bike-ride with his wife Priyanka Alva Oberoi. Netizens were quick to notice that both in the clip were … [Read more...] about Vivek Oberoi Says ‘Pawri Nahi Hori Hai’ After Paying Challan Of Rs 500 For Not Wearing Mask & Helmet
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Sander van der Linden was working in his office at the University of Cambridge a few years ago when he received a strange phone call. A professor of social psychology and director of the Cambridge Social Decision-Making Laboratory, van der Linden is one of the world’s leading researchers on how to combat the scourge of disinformation and misinformation . He receives requests all the time about his work from government agencies, media organizations, and civil-society groups. But the person who called that day was not a bureaucrat or a diplomat. It was a representative from L’Oréal, the multi-billion-dollar global beauty product company. L’Oréal had what it called a “scientific disinformation” problem related to some of its products. Could van der Linden help? At the heart of van der Linden’s research is a theory: Our information crisis can and should be treated like a virus. Responding to fake stories or conspiracy theories after the fact is woefully insufficient, just as … [Read more...] about The Disinformation Vaccine: Is There a Cure for Conspiracy Theories?
Deja Foxx was unpacking in her dorm room to start her sophomore year at Columbia University when Meena Harris DM’d her about working on her Aunt Kamala’s presidential campaign. “I just started repacking,” Foxx says, laughing. “I wasn’t going to sit in a classroom and talk about Plato and Aristotle when I had skills that could make a difference.” The youngest staffer on Kamala Harris’ campaign, Foxx, at 19, was already a seasoned activist, driven by her own experience with homelessness and her struggle to access birth control growing up in Tucson, Arizona. By the time she graduated high school, she had helped launch a teen-led program that provides reproductive-health resources to young people, helmed a successful movement for comprehensive sex-ed classes at her school, and gone viral for confronting then-Sen. Jeff Flake at an Arizona town hall. “I’m wondering, as a Planned Parenthood patient and someone who relies on Title X, who you are clearly not, ” she told Flake, “why … [Read more...] about The Power of Deja Foxx