The hackers posted tweets in Turkish and a photograph of Pakistan's former President Mamnoon Hussain (with a portrait of Muhammad Ali Jinnah on his table).
The Twitter account of Syed Akbaruddin was hacked early today, with the unperturbed Indian envoy to the United Nations asserting that it would take more than a hack to keep him down. We got your DM correspondence!
The hackers pinned a tweet saying, "You are hacked by the Turkish cyber army Ayyıldız Tim!"
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The hackers changed the envoy's Twitter handle from @AkbaruddinIndia to @AkbaruddinSyed, which automatically caused Akbaruddin's account to lose its "blue tick".
The account was later restored with cooperation from Twitter India.
Akbaruddin thanked twitter and said that it would take more than a hack to keep him down.
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The Turkish nationalist hackers have earlier launched attacks on several websites and social media accounts.
The 1955 film Awaara by Raj Kapoor can probably be termed as India's most successful export to Turkey.
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