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Facebook eyes 4.5 billion users with Internet.org

Facebook eyes 4.5 billion users with Internet.org

29 Jul 2015

Houston: A year after Facebook introduced Internet.org, the company is making it easier for any mobile operator to sign up to offer free Internet access to basic online services and hopes to add more 4.5 billion users.

Facebook,   Internet.org,   Mobile operators,   Free Internet,   Basic online services,  
Facebook to expand Internet.org programme for free <strong>basic</strong> Internet services

Facebook to expand Internet.org programme for free basic Internet services

28 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Undeterred by the criticism from Net neutrality activists in India, social networking giant Facebook today said it will expand its Internet.org programme to offer free basic Internet services to the unconnected.

Net neutrality,   Social networking,   Facebook,   Internet.org,   Free Internet,   Save the Internet ,  
Nation mourns for Kalam; Assam CM Gogoi plays golf, dances

Nation mourns for Kalam; Assam CM Gogoi plays golf, dances

30 Jul 2015

Golaghat: At a time when the country is mourning the demise of former President APJ Abdul Kalam, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi was seen landing his helicopter in the middle of a golf course, playing a round of golf and snooker, and dancing to a folk song.

APJ Abdul Kalam,   Assam Chief Minister,   Tarun Gogoi,   Golf course,   Snooker,   Folk song,  
Lahiri stays steady on front nine on day 2 at St. Andrews

Lahiri stays steady on front nine on day 2 at St. Andrews

17 Jul 2015

St. Andrews: Indian golfer Anriban Lahiri opened the front-nine of the second round with a steady one-under 35 in the 144th Open Championships at the Old Course this morning.

Indian golfer,   Anriban Lahiri,   Open Championships at Old Course,   Latest News,  
Uttar Pradesh in dilemma over recruitment of 1.22 lakh teachers

Uttar Pradesh in dilemma over recruitment of 1.22 lakh teachers

10 Apr 2011

The Education Department of Uttar Pradesh is in a dilemma over the recruitment of 1.22 lakh teachers in the district board schools. Since the applicants with requisite degrees from outside states have also applied in large numbers, the SCERT has sought opinion from Law department about their candidature.

Uttar Pradesh,   education department,   Basic Teaching Course (BTC),   teachers recruitment,   State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT),  
Cook ready to change <strong>course</strong> in search of Ashes glory

Cook ready to change course in search of Ashes glory

08 Jul 2015

Cardiff: England captain Alastair Cook has said he is willing to alter his leadership style if it helps get the best out of a new-look side during the Ashes.

England cricket captain,   Alastair Cook,   Ashes series,   England vs Australia,   Latest News,  
Wawrinka beats Goffin to stay on <strong>course</strong> for rare double

Wawrinka beats Goffin to stay on course for rare double

07 Jul 2015

London: Stanislas Wawrinka continued his pursuit of a rare double with an air of calm authority, beating dangerous Belgian David Goffin 7-6(3) 7-6(6) 6-4 to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals on Monday.

Stanislas Wawrinka,   David Goffin,   Wimbledon,   Tennis Grand slam,   Latest News,  
Rain-softened <strong>course</strong> leads to shortening some holes at Open

Rain-softened course leads to shortening some holes at Open

09 Jul 2015

Lancaster: Tees at the U.S. Women's Open will be moved forward on several holes due to recent rains that have softened the hilly, 6,483-yard Lancaster Country Club course, officials said on Wednesday.

US Women Open,   Lancaster Country Club course,   Golf tournament,   Latest News,  
  Want to enjoy main <strong>course</strong>? Avoid good appetizer

Want to enjoy main course? Avoid good appetizer

27 Jun 2015

Washington: A good appetizer has the potential to significantly change how the main course is enjoyed, says a study by a Food Science Professor.

main course,   appetizer,   Food Science,   Food,   food facts,   Latest health news,  
Indian coaches hail FIFA's Elite <strong>course</strong>

Indian coaches hail FIFA's Elite course

24 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Indian football coaches, including top names such as Armando Colaco, Derrick Pereira and Sanjoy Sen, have hailed FIFA's Elite course, calling it a "platform" to evolve.

Indian football coaches,   Armando Colaco,   Derrick Pereira,   Sanjoy Sen,   FIFA Elite course,   Latest News,  

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