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Facebook, Twitter data do not reveal true human <strong>behaviour</strong>

Facebook, Twitter data do not reveal true human behaviour

28 Nov 2014

Toronto: As researchers are mining Facebook and Twitter data to learn about online and offline human behaviour, a new study warns them to be wary of serious pitfalls that arise when working with huge social media data sets.

Researchers,   Facebook,   Twitter,   Online,   Offline,   Human behaviour,   Social media,  
Players miss Walsh, but says not let it affect CT performance

Players miss Walsh, but says not let it affect CT performance

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Terry Walsh's sudden exit as Indian hockey team's chief coach seems to have left a long lasting effect on the players, who said they were missing the Australian's services ahead of the FIH Champions Trophy.

Terry Walsh,   Indian hockey team,   FIH Champions Trophy ,  
Using Twitter for behavioural studies fraught with biases

Using Twitter for behavioural studies fraught with biases

28 Nov 2014

Washington: Using social media such as Twitter and Facebook to gather data on human behaviour may be fraught with biases, scientists say.

Twitter,   behavioural studies,   Facebook human behaviour,   Big Data,   social media,   Twitter account,  
Lahiri in top spot in Kings Cup, eyes 3rd title of 2014

Lahiri in top spot in Kings Cup, eyes 3rd title of 2014

28 Nov 2014

Khon Kaen: India's Anirban Lahiri, who shared the lead with fellow Indian golfer SSP Chowrasia at the end of the first day, moved into sole lead with a two-shot edge at the end of the second round of the King's Cup on Friday.

Anirban Lahiri,   Indian golfer,   SSP Chowrasia,   King's Cup,  
Railways offers security-related helpline number to commuters

Railways offers security-related helpline number to commuters

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Railways has launched a round-the- clock helpline service to provide security-related assistance to passengers across the country, Rajya Sabha was informed on Friday.

Indian Railways,   Railways helpline service,   Railways security,   Railways assistance,   Rail passengers,   Rajya Sabha,  
PV Sindhu enters semis of Macau Open

PV Sindhu enters semis of Macau Open

28 Nov 2014

Macau: Defending champion PV Sindhu continued her good run and entered the semifinals of the women's singles competition after beating China's Han Li in three games at the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold here on Friday.

PV Sindhu,   Han Li,   Macau Open Grand Prix Gold,   Indian badminton player,  
India hold closed training session wearing black arm-band

India hold closed training session wearing black arm-band

28 Nov 2014

Adelaide: The Indian cricket team on Friday held a closed training session at the net facilities of Adelaide Oval, a day after their two-day warm-up game here was scrapped following the tragic death of Phillip Hughes.

Indian cricket team,   Adelaide Oval,   Phillip Hughes,   India tour of Australia,  
First India-Australia Test in doubt as players mourn

First India-Australia Test in doubt as players mourn

28 Nov 2014

Sydney: With players mourning the tragic death of Phillip Hughes, there is still uncertainty over whether the first Test between India and Australia will go on as per schedule next week.

Phillip Hughes,   Test between India and Australia,   Indian cricket team,   India in Australia,  
Companies Act amendments:Inter-ministerial consultations in progress

Companies Act amendments:Inter-ministerial consultations in progress

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The government on Friday said that inter-ministerial consultations were in progress to address various issues that might require amendments to the new Companies Act.

Companies Act,   Corporate Affairs Minister Arun Jaitley,   amendment,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyan,   Clean Ganga Fund,   corporate social responsibility (CSR),   ,  
40 <strong>Indian</strong> prisoners released from Karachi jail

40 Indian prisoners released from Karachi jail

28 Nov 2014

Karachi: Pakistan on Friday released 40 Indian prisoners, including fishermen, from a jail here, officials said.

India,   Pakistan,  Karachi Jail,   SAARC,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Pakistan Prime Minister,   Nawaz Sharif,  Edhi Foundation charity,   Wagah Border,   Lahore ,  

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