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microblog

(ˈmaɪkrəʊˌblɒɡ)
n
a blog in which there is a limit on the length of individual postings
ˈmicroˌblogger n
ˈmicroˌblogging n
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Summary: New Delhi [India], Sept 3 (ANI): Soon after a two-wheeler owner came into news for being fined with Rs 23,000 in Gurugram, netizens on Twitter came up with hilarious reactions and memes to express their views on various clauses and fines with hashtag 'New Traffic Rules' trending top on the micro-blogging site.
Following written complaint by the government, the micro-blogging site had suspended some Twitter handles.
He also demanded the authorities of the micro-blogging website to stand for truth, the tweet read: 'Sad and disappointing.
His tweet, which was directed at his nearly 10 million followers on the micro-blogging website, stated, 'I slept and I dreamed that life is all joy.
KARACHI -- Newly appointed chairman of Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) clarified on Saturday that he does not have any account on micro-blogging social media app, Twitter.
Summary: Photos of Matondkar with Abhinandan's image went viral on micro-blogging site on Monday
Twitter is trying to make more people join public conversation through the U.S.-based micro-blogging platform, as the firm believes the power of conversations will lead society to new heights, the CEO of the firm said Friday.
In a post on Twitter, a micro-blogging platform on Tuesday, Atiku said no Nigerian alive has devoted much time to Nigeria than his former principal, Obasanjo.
The micro-blogging platform said a small number of iOS users will soon see a button on the home screen that allows them to switch between a display of tweets.
Malala took to popular micro-blogging website Twitter and said, 'The extremists have shown what frightens them most - a girl with a book.
'Yesterday, Nawaz Sharif made clear his idea of democracy and of a prime minister heading a democratic government was where the PM is above the law of the land after being elected,' Imran wrote on the micro-blogging site Twitter while continuing his tirade against the ousted premier.
The micro-blogging website allows users to type out 140 character long tweets to express their opinions, however, many users have been requesting the site to lift that restriction so that it is easier to convey longer stories.