The article was written by Raghu Jain, editor of the tech news site TechCrunch.
It has been read by over 20,000 people.
The article, titled “The worst and the best news in Indian tech”, has been published on TechCrunch’s website, as well as the tech blog TechCrunch India.
According to TechCrunch, the article was submitted on November 6, 2017, and has been viewed more than 20,100 times.
The tweet is attributed to a user on Twitter, and the user claims it is a hoax.
“I am a tech journalist, so I wanted to share some of my most interesting stories, but also share my personal experience,” the user wrote.
“Some of my friends were getting suspicious, so they sent me a link to an article I was writing about a couple of months ago.”
“The article was about a woman who is reportedly getting suspicious of her son and is trying to contact her family.”
“When I clicked on the link, I got a message from the mother that her son was going to die.
She then asked me to call her, but she was not there, and I couldn’t get through to her, so we decided to call the police.””
We called the police to come and help, and after a while, we got her and her son, but they didn’t come.
The police said that she would not talk to them, so after a lot of trying, we decided that we should try to get her to speak to them.”
The story goes on to state that the woman told the police that she had been in touch with her son.
However, the user also states that the article is “fake”, saying it was written in April 2017.
The police told TechCrunch that they are investigating the matter.