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INLD writes to Election Commission, seeks removal of re-employed officials

INLD writes to Election Commission, seeks removal of re-employed officials

17 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: The main opposition Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) in Haryana sought removal of ‘re-employed officers’ from their posts in the state government to ensure that ‘no biases and prejudices’ are witnessed in the upcoming Assembly elections.

INLD,   Indian National Lok Dal,   Election Commission,   Haryana,   Haryana Assembly polls,  
Now, SMS food booking service for train travelers

Now, SMS food booking service for train travelers

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Travelling by train, hungry and net connection out of reach? Now, rail commuters can order food by just sending a message. Travelkhana.com, a service that allows railway commuters to enhance their travel experience by placing food orders with popular food joints on the go, has teamed up with txtWeb, an app store for text based applications.

SMS,   Food booking,   Train travelers,   Indian railway,   Travelkhana.com,   txtWeb,  
Television has become big: AR Rahman

Television has become big: AR Rahman

17 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Music maestro AR Rahman, who acted in TV show ‘Wonder Balloon’ in 1980, is back on television, but this time as a composer for Ashutosh Gowariker's show ‘EVEREST’. He says in the last 34 years, the medium has become very big.

AR Rehman,   Music maestro,   Indian television,   Ashutosh Gowariker’s TV show,   EVEREST,  
Facebook users at more risk of <strong>social</strong> media scams: Study

Facebook users at more risk of social media scams: Study

16 Sep 2014

New York: Habitual use of Facebook makes individuals susceptible to social media phishing attacks by criminals, an Indian-origin researcher has found.

Facebook,   Social media,   Online scams,   Internet,   Internet scams,   Online crime,   Cyber crime,   Facebook addiction ,  
Charges of discrimination 'malicious and insidious': Army

Charges of discrimination 'malicious and insidious': Army

15 Sep 2014

Udhampur: Refuting charges as ‘malicious and insidious’ that preference was being given to tourists and out of state residents in their rescue efforts, Army on Monday said it is committed to the task at hand and does not discriminate on the basis of caste, religion, creed or region.

Army in J&K,   Northern Command,   rescue efforts,   Indian Armed Forces,   social media,  
<strong>Indian</strong> boxers cleared to fight under tricolour at Asiad

Indian boxers cleared to fight under tricolour at Asiad

16 Sep 2014

Mumbai: After giving provisional recognition to Boxing India, the sport's world body has now permitted Indian pugilists to take part in the Asian Games under the national tricolour.

Boxing India,   Asian Games,   International Boxing association,  
New algorithms predict your <strong>behaviour</strong> from your tweets

New algorithms predict your behaviour from your tweets

11 Sep 2014

New York: Researchers have used 500 million tweets to develop algorithms which they claim can predict an individual's behaviour hours in advance.

behaviour,   tweets,   algorithm,   social media post,   e-mail,   GPS data,  
Follow the Japan model for growth of football in India: Zico

Follow the Japan model for growth of football in India: Zico

16 Sep 2014

Panaji: Brazilian legend Zico, the most high-profile coach in the upcoming Indian Soccer League, wants the 'Japan model' to be followed by India in order to improve the standard of the game in a country of 1.4 billion people.

Zico,   Indian Soccer League,   ISL,  
‘Coffee’ app turns job search into <strong>social</strong> experience

‘Coffee’ app turns job search into social experience

15 Sep 2014

Washington: Two Boston University graduates have developed a new smartphone app to turn job hunting into a thrilling social experience.

Washington,   Boston University,   Smartphone app,   Job hunting,   Social experience,   Coffee app,   iPad app,   iPhone app,   Android app,  
China should open up to <strong>Indian</strong> generic drugs: Experts

China should open up to Indian generic drugs: Experts

16 Sep 2014

Beijing: China should open up to and remove all barriers to internationally accepted Indian generic drugs, Indian pharmaceutical experts said ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's maiden visit to India on Wednesday.

China,   Indian generic drugs,   Indian pharmaceutical,   Xi Jinping,   Indian Pharma firms,   US Food and Drug Administration,  

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