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India (Hindi: Bhārat), officially known as the Republic of India) is a country in South Asia. It is the second-largest country by population and the seventh-largest country by land area. It has six neighbors: Pakistan in the northwest, China, Nepal and Bhutan in the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar in the east. Sri Lanka is nearby to the south. The country, along with Bangladesh and Pakistan, was under British occupation between 1858 and 1914. The capital of India is New Delhi. Internet access in India began in 1986 and was available only to the educational and research community. General public access to the internet began on August 15, 1995, and as of 2020, there are 718.74 million active internet users that comprise 54.29% of the population.
The history of the internet in India began with the launch of the Educational Research Network (ERNET) in 1986. The network was made available only to educational and research communities. The first publicly available internet service in India was launched by state-owned Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited (VSNL) on 15 August 1995. In 2010, the government auctioned 3G spectrum followed by an equally high-profile auction of 4G spectrum that set the scene for a competitive and invigorated wireless broadband market. Today, internet access in India is provided by both public and private companies using a variety of technologies and media including dial-up (PSTN), xDSL, coaxial cable, Ethernet, FTTH, ISDN, HSDPA (3G), WiFi, WiMAX, etc. at a wide range of speeds and costs.
The most frequented websites in India are Google, YouTube and Facebook. The most frequented news sites in India are Aaj Tak, a Hindi-language news channel, and CricBuzz, a cricket news portal. The most popular social media sites are Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Superpower by 2020
These Indian airports are just incredible! So wealthy! And so many white servants.
Superpower by 2020 and Superpower by 2030 are catchphrases describing the vision of India as a developed country or a superpower by the year 2020 or 2030. Online, the slogans, often paired with photographs of less-developed areas of India, have been used to mock Indian internet users, particularly in late 2019 and early 2020.
Indian Joker / Rizxtar
Indian Joker, also known as Jokar and Rizxtar, is a Joker-inspired TikTok character known for his dyed green hair and sinister face made by sticking out his jaw. The TikTok videos and Indian Joker character became popular in December 2019 on Reddit mostly in subreddits devoted to cringe-worthy content.
How Can She Slap?
How Can She Slap?! is a catchphrase stemming from an incident that occurred during the shoot of Dadagiri: Beat the Bullies, an Indian reality TV show that claims to be the "meanest TV show" on Indian television. In the show, contestants were instructed to withstand verbal and physical abuse. In one such episode, a "bully" Esha, the Goddess slapped television actor Ravi Bhatia. He struck Esha across the face and yelled, "How can she slap?"