Here's what we discussed the most on Facebook in 2015
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2015 was landmark year of ultimate happiness as well as heart-rending devastation across the world. As we are gearing up step into a new year, Facebook has decided to take us on a tour of the events that occurred this year.

It has picked some of the most-talked about topics, places, new sticker packs, athletes, entertainers, movies, politicians, new games, and TV shows that existed this year across the globe and in India. Let's take a look at what kept us busy this year:

What we discussed the most worldwide and in India

While the top 10 topics across the globe include: US Presidential Election, Marriage Equality, Charleston Shooting & Flag Debate, Baltimore Protests, November 13 Attacks in Paris, Fight Against ISIS, Nepal Earthquakes, Greek Debt Crises, Syrian War and Refugee crisis, and Charlie Hebdo Attack. In India, we were busy having a discussion on the following topics:

· Narendra Modi
· E-commerce boom
· APJ Abdul Kalam
· Baahubali: The Beginning
· Nepal Earthquakes
· Salman Khan
· Cricket World Cup and Indian Premier League
· Bihar Elections
· Deepika Padukone
· Indian Army

Our favorite places across the globe and in the country

Some of the most popular global places that attracted the Facebook users from all corners of the world are: Disney Properties, Universal Studios Properties, Times Square in New York City, Eiffel Tower, Niagara Falls, Siam Paragon, Grand Canyon National Park, Yosemite National Park, The Louvre, and Central Park.

But in India, the favorite destinations amongst FB users remained:

· India Gate
· Taj Mahal
· Marine Drive, Mumbai
· Nandi Hills
· Gateway of India
· Har ki Pauri, Haridwar
· Qutub Minar
· Mussoorie - The Queen of Hills
· Ramoji Film City
· Golden Temple Amritsar

The stickers that we loved and shared the most

Biscuit in Love, Minions, Bigli Migli, Dance Party, Hello Brown, MiM on the Move, Rilakkuma, The Gamercat, The Peanuts Movie, and Inside Out gained popularity across the global population. But here in India, people liked Love, Bigli Migli, Boo and Buddy, Taz, and Angry Birds in place of of Hello Brown, Rilakkuma, The Gamercat, The Peanuts Movie, and Inside Out.
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