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BJP eyes 20 lakh migrant Rajasthani voters, plans to bring them to cast vote

BJP eyes 20 lakh migrant Rajasthani voters, plans to bring them to cast vote

15 Apr 2014

Jaipur: Buoyed with opinion poll projections that could boost its mission 272+ in the Lok Sabah elections, the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) has pulled up all stops to score a maximum ballot score. In an escalated effort to translate Modi wave across the country into vote count, the BJP is somersaulting to pull as many as 20 lakh migrant Rajasthani voters who can be able to come their constituency to cast their vote.

BJP,   Migrant,   Rajasthan,   Lok Sabha elections,   Lok Sabha constituencies,   Bhupendra Yadav,   Facebook,   Whatsapp ,  
<strong>Facebook</strong> profiles can predict job success: Study

Facebook profiles can predict job success: Study

14 Apr 2014

New York: Bosses, note! If you want to know how job candidates will perform after they are hired, checking out their Facebook page may be a good idea.

facebook,   social media,   job success,   job candidate,   Facebook profile,   legal concerns,  
<strong>Facebook</strong> leading women to eating disorders!

Facebook leading women to eating disorders!

11 Apr 2014

Washington: Are you hooked all the time to Facebook in anticipation of another 'like'? Stop this habit as increased time on Facebook could lead women to negative body images - and possibly eating disorders later.

Facebook,   social networking,  social networking sites,   impacts of social networking sites,   impact of Facebook,   popularity of Facebook,  
India tops world in content censorship requests: <strong>Facebook</strong> report

India tops world in content censorship requests: Facebook report

12 Apr 2014

New Delhi: In order to promote and encourage cyber transparency, social networking website Facebook has released its Government Requests Report. The report reveals the nature and extent of government requests that the company receives.

Facebook report,   Facebook transparency report,   facebook censorship,   censorship requests,   social media,   government requests,   government requests to facebook,   Government Requests Report,   Colin Stretch,  
Job hiring may shift to <strong>Facebook</strong> soon!

Job hiring may shift to Facebook soon!

11 Apr 2014

New York: Applying for a job? First get your Facebook profile in order as your credentials over the social networking site may be checked by the employers.

Tags: Job hiring,   Facebook,   Old Dominion University,   Virginia,  Social networking ,  
<strong>Facebook</strong> targets ‘spammy’ content with improved News Feed

Facebook targets ‘spammy’ content with improved News Feed

11 Apr 2014

New Delhi: In a quest to minimize “spammy” content on the website, Facebook has announced that it will make improvement to New Feed so that right content get delivered to the right people at right time.

facebook,   facebook spams,   social media,   spam,   spam messages,   like baiting,   like baiting on facebook,   new news feed,   improved news feed,   facebook news feed,   spammy links,  
 Active India <strong>Facebook</strong> users cross 100 mn, largest outside US

Active India Facebook users cross 100 mn, largest outside US

09 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Social media giant Facebook has crossed 100 million active users in India, its largest base outside US.

Facebook,   Facebook users in India,   Facebook users in US,   Facebook users,   Social networking users in India,  
WhatsApp deal cleared by Federal Trade Commission, says <strong>Facebook</strong>

WhatsApp deal cleared by Federal Trade Commission, says Facebook

11 Apr 2014

San Francisco: Facebook Inc said US regulators have cleared its USD 19 billion acquisition of mobile messaging service WhatsApp, even as the Federal Trade Commission warned the two Internet companies on Thursday that they must not backtrack on commitments to user privacy.

WhatsApp deal,   facebook,   social media,   facebook WhatsApp deal,   instant messaging,   Federal Trade Commission,   Federal Trade Commission clearance,   ftc clearance,   user privacy,   mobile messaging,  
New algorithm predicts which photos will go viral on <strong>Facebook</strong>

New algorithm predicts which photos will go viral on Facebook

07 Apr 2014

Washington: Scientists have developed a computer algorithm that predicts whether a photo will go viral on Facebook by watching how fast it is shared.

facebook tool,   facebook algorithm,   viral photos,   viral pictures,   facebook photos,   viral photos on facebook,   viral pictures on facebook,   facebook shares,   facebook photo shares,   cascades,   photo sharing,   social media,  
Twitter, <strong>Facebook</strong> driving couples to break relationships!

Twitter, Facebook driving couples to break relationships!

08 Apr 2014

Washington: Arguments over social media platforms among romantic partners are damaging relationships, ending in negative outcomes like emotional and physical cheating, breakup and divorce, a significant research reveals.

Twitter,   Facebook,   social networking sites lead to divorce,   Facebook leads to break-up,  

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