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Indonesian singer Nazril "Ariel" Irham of the group Peterpan pauses while talking to journalists after his trial at a district court in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. The Indonesian pop star who rocked this predominantly Muslim nation after several homemade sex tapes found their way to the Internet was sentenced to three and a half years in jail.

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Net Gain: For Sushi Krishnamoorthy and husband, ten hours a day online is not enough

R.A. Chandroo

Fruitful Pursuit: Chiranjit Parmar runs fruitipedia.com which he designed from scratch

Anil Dayal

Webbed In: For Pradeep Kala, social networking is a pastime; wife Usha is into gaming

Jitender Gupta

The Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology, Sachin Pilot addressing at the Curtain Raiser Ceremony of ‘INDIA TELECOM 2010 : ‘Broadband for All’, in New Delhi.

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Kashmir protest video on YouTube

Mazin Khan, Ilmpedia’s operations manager

Nirala Tripathi

Banned Pakistan places a ban on social networking site Facebook after a usergenerated contest page set up a ‘Draw Mohammed Day’. Site has 45 mn users there.

Pakistani students hold a rally against Facebook page "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" in Islamabad, Pakistan. A Pakistani court ordered the government to block the popular social networking website Facebook temporarily because of a controversial page that encourages uses to submit images o Islam's Prophet Muhammad, a senior legal official said.

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Pakistani women affiliated with a religious party rally against the Facebook page "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" in Karachi, Pakistan. A Pakistani court ordered the government to block the popular social networking website Facebook temporarily because of the controversial page that encourages uses to submit images of Prophet Muhammad.

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Pakistani women rally holding a placard with the name of Prophet Muhammad in Multan, Pakistan. Pakistan's government ordered Internet service providers to block Youtube today after the social networking site Facebook was blocked on Wednesday amid anger over a page that encourages users to post images of Islam's Prophet Muhammad.

AP Photo/Khalid Tanveer

News with a Twist Rahul Roushan’s site Faking News gets 10,000 page views a day

Narendra Bisht

Funny Sonny Anand Ramachandran’s site Son of Bosey pokes the self-righteous

Dinesh Parab

Tickle Pickle Krish Ashok cracks up on his blog Doing Jalsa and Showing Jilpa

Sandipan Chatterjee

Yes, it is here! Steve Job launches Apple's much-awaited Tablet: I-Pad

The Apple iPad is shown after it was unveiled at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Starting at USD 499. It is designed for watching video, streaming music, reading e-books, browsing photographs and playing games.

AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez

Finally, it’s official. Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs revealed the much anticipated Apple Tablet: "We want to kick off 2010 by introducing a magical and revolutionary product today,” he said, as he held up the Apple iPad, “so much more intimate than a laptop and so much more capable of a smartphone with this gorgeous, large display.” Some models of the product, starting at USD 499, will be available in 60 days, he added.

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A man uses a computer at the guests waiting area inside Google China's headquarters building in Beijing. The Chinese government denied involvement in Internet attacks and defended its online censorship after the United States urged Beijing to investigate complaints of cyber intrusions in a dispute that has added tension to bilateral relations.

AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan

A view of Indian skipper Mahendra Dhoni's fake Twitter account which is currently posted on the social networking and micro-blogging service site.

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