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With 2.9 million likes, Indian Army tops popularity charts on Facebook!


Indian army is surely ruling the popularity charts on Facebook! For the second time in as many months, the Indian Army’s Facebook page has topped the People Talking About That (PTAT) ranking for Facebook pages.

And with this, it has managed to leave behind a host of foreign government organisations including the CIA, FBI, NASA and even the Pakistani military.

“It is big for the army’s social media. Only two months ago, we had topped for the first time. It also proves that we have genuine likes registered for our page,” Army sources said.

PTAT ranking is based on the analysis of the number of people talking about or on a particular page.

The official website of the Indian Army gets as many as 25 lakh hits every week. The army first entered Facebook on June 1, 2013 and has since then garnered 2.9 million likes.

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