And finally… class action
Millions of people were hit with an internet blackout on the weekend after authorities took action to prevent teacher candidates from accessing a leaked exam paper online.
Internet services were disabled for 24 to 36 hours in 11 cities in the Indian state of Rajasthan, including capital Jaipur with a population of 4.2 million people, The Free Press Journal reports.
The move came after dozens of arrests in Jodhpur in relation to alleged cheating in the teacher recruitment exams which began on Saturday.
So far, however, police have failed to come up with any evidence of the real exam paper being leaked online.
Jaipur was brought to a “virtual standstill” by the internet shutdown, according to The Times of India.