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New Facebook <strong>News</strong> Feed settings allow you to control posts

New Facebook News Feed settings allow you to control posts

10 Nov 2014

New York: If you have unwillingly accepted friend requests from annoying acquaintances, who occupy unnecessary space in your Facebook news feed, you could now unfollow them without unfriending them.

Friend requests,   Facebook news feed,   Facebook settings,   Facebook tools,  
People fed up with private channels; chance for DD <strong>News</strong> to draw viewers: Prasar Bharti Chief

People fed up with private channels; chance for DD News to draw viewers: Prasar Bharti Chief

10 Nov 2014

New Delhi: People are exasperated with the "content and slanging matches" at prime time on private news channels and that gives a chance to DD News to pull viewers towards it if it can present itself as a top-class channel, feels Prasar Bharati Chairperson, A Surya Prakash.

content and slanging matches,   prime time,   private news channels,   DD News,   pull viewers,   top-class channel,   Prasar Bharati Chairperson,   A Surya Prakash,  
Germany's top publisher bows to Google in <strong>news</strong> licensing row

Germany's top publisher bows to Google in news licensing row

06 Nov 2014

Frankfurt: Germany's biggest news publisher Axel Springer has scrapped a move to block Google from running snippets of articles from its newspapers, saying that the experiment had caused traffic to its sites to plunge.

News publisher,   Axel Springer,   Google Inc,   Snippets,   Articles,   Newspapers,   Website Traffic,  
Ban the cowbell as it could cause deafness, claims Swiss university's study

Ban the cowbell as it could cause deafness, claims Swiss university's study

19 Nov 2014

Zurich: Holy cow! A Swiss university has sparked ire by suggesting that cowbells as emblematic of the Alpine country as chocolates, watches and Heidi should be banned.

cowbell,   deafness,   Swiss university,   heavy bells,   GPS,   weird news,   ,  
EC proposes making paid <strong>news</strong> an electoral offence

EC proposes making paid news an electoral offence

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Election Commission has proposed making paid news an electoral offence to provide a strong deterrent in a bid to stamp out the menace.

EC,   paid news,   electoral offence,   Election Commission,   ,  
<strong>News</strong> reports do not reflect spirit of my CAG meet speech: Arun Jaitley

News reports do not reflect spirit of my CAG meet speech: Arun Jaitley

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Under attack over his remarks that official auditor should not "sensationalise" its audit findings, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said media did not accurately reflect the spirit of his speech at the CAG conference.

CAG,   CAG audit,   CAG findings,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Jaitley speech,   CAG conference,  
RSS chief's speech covered just like a <strong>news</strong> event: Doordarshan

RSS chief's speech covered just like a news event: Doordarshan

03 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Amidst a controversy over the national broadcaster telecasting live a speech of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, Doordarshan on Friday said it was covered like any other news event and no special arrangements had been made.

RSS,   Mohan Bhagwat,   CPI,   Congress,   BJP,   Doordarshan,   DD,  
Prateik is very special to me, says British actress Amy

Prateik is very special to me, says British actress Amy

05 Feb 2012

British model-turned-actress Amy Jackson, who has been romantically linked to Bollywood actor Prateik Babbar, has described the latter as someone who is "very close" and "special" to her.

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<strong>Dainik</strong> Jagran bags three prizes in INMA awards function

Dainik Jagran bags three prizes in INMA awards function

15 May 2014

New Delhi: World’s largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran has won three awards during the prestigious International News Media Association (INMA) awards function. The INMA has awarded 30 newspapers across the world and Dainik Jagran is the only Indian newspaper to receive the prestigious award and the group won total of three prizes including two first prizes.

Dainik Jagran,   INMA,   International News Media Association,   INMA awards function,   International News Media Association awards,  
US plans to build world's fastest supercomputers

US plans to build world's fastest supercomputers

15 Nov 2014

Washington: US Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz on Friday announced two awards worth USD 425 million to build two supercomputers three times faster than China's Tianhe-2, the most powerful system in the world, as well as research extreme scale supercomputing technologies.

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