Mohali district emerges leader in Twitter ‘Conversation Replay’

Mohali, September 15

Mohali emerged as a leader in Twitter ‘Conversation Replay’. It was among the top three cities across themes of ‘adventure & travel’, ‘humour’ and ‘doing good deeds’. A study commissioned by Twitter India shows that Indians found joy in everyday conversations last year. The team analysed 850,000 tweets across 22 cities in India from September to November 2019.

The study reveals Mohali was one of the top five cities for conversations around romance on Twitter. Mohali ranked second for its volume of Twitter conversations about adventure and travel in 2019. The town ranked second for its humorous conversations in 2019.

Manish Maheshwari, MD of Twitter India, said: “Twitter is a modern public square where diverse voices discuss and share their views on topics and conversations that interest them.”

Maheshwari said: “Last year, people were celebrating and revelling in many joys of life. Sharing these conversations is our way of giving Indians a moment of happiness and reminding them that joy can still be found in little pleasures”.

The study further found that the 10 most talked-about themes included animals, celebration, celebrity content, doing good deeds, family, food, humour, nostalgia, romance and sports.

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