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 Scottish nationalists say ending austerity key to <strong>post</strong> UK <strong>election</strong> deal

Scottish nationalists say ending austerity key to post UK election deal

21 Apr 2015

LONDON: Scottish nationalists will set out plans on Monday to bring an end to state spending cuts in Britain if they hold the balance of power after the May 7 general election.

Scottish nationalists,   UK election,   Breat Britain,   general elections,   Prime Minsiter David Cameron,   Labour party,   Latest world news ,  
  Abdullah makes first public appearance <strong>post</strong> organ transplant

Abdullah makes first public appearance post organ transplant

22 Apr 2015

Srinagar: Opposition National Conference president and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah, who has been out of the public eye for almost a year due to organ transplant, on Wednesday made a surprise visit to Lal Chowk city centre here.

Jammu and Kashmir,   Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah,   public appearance,   Lal Chowk,   post organ transplant,   Latest state news ,  
Now, see more content from your friends on Facebook <strong>News</strong> Feed

Now, see more content from your friends on Facebook News Feed

23 Apr 2015

New York: The composition of your News Feed on your Facebook page is about to change. From now, you will see more content from your close friends and less from Pages and publishers, the social networking giant has announced.

Facebook,   Facebook News Feed,   Facebook settings,   Facebook friends,   Facebook content,   Social networking,  
Facebook shifts <strong>News</strong> Feed, gives priority to friends

Facebook shifts News Feed, gives priority to friends

22 Apr 2015

Washington: Facebook has said it was reconfiguring its News Feed, in a move aimed at giving people more information about what is happening to "the friends you care about."

Facebook,   News Feed,   news content on facebook,   Facebook friends,   latest news from Facebook,   FB,   latest tech news,  
 Most women will <strong>post</strong> sixth selfie on Facebook: Survey

Most women will post sixth selfie on Facebook: Survey

20 Apr 2015

London:  If you are yet to figure out which selfie your girlfriend is finally going to like, read on. According to a survey, most young women will hit the delete button five times before selecting a selfie, which is good enough to post online.

Women selfies,   Women sixth selfie,   Facebook,   post online,   Latest lifestyle news,  
JMM will contest Bihar assembly <strong>election</strong>: Hemant Soren

JMM will contest Bihar assembly election: Hemant Soren

19 Apr 2015

Jamshedpur: The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) would contest the assembly election in Bihar which is slated to be held later this year, Hemant Soren, the newly elected working president of the party said on Sunday.

Bihar Assembly Election,   JMM,   Hemant Soren,   Land Bill,   Jharkhand Government,   Latest State News ,  
Independent candidate and supporters block GT road in West Bengal

Independent candidate and supporters block GT road in West Bengal

22 Apr 2015

Hooghly(WB): Prabir Pal, an Independent candidate contesting the Baidyabati Municipality election and his followers on Wednesday blocked the busy GT Road at Sheoraphuli in Hooghly district for around two hours, police said.

West Bengal,   GT Road,   Prabir Pal,   Baidyabati Municipality election,   Sheoraphuli,   Hoogly,   TMC,   Latest State News ,  
Opposition Centre party wins Finnish <strong>election</strong>, ousts PM Stubb

Opposition Centre party wins Finnish election, ousts PM Stubb

20 Apr 2015

Helsinki: Finland's opposition Centre Party has won general election, ousting Prime Minister Alexander Stubb's left-right coalition after a campaign dominated by the country's economic woes.

Finnish election,   Finland PM,   Alexander Stubb,   Finland opposition Centre Party,   Juha Sipila,   latest world news,  
Parliamentary panel faults government over 'meagre' funds to agriculture

Parliamentary panel faults government over 'meagre' funds to agriculture

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: A Parliamentary committee has pulled up the government for not giving the agriculture sector its due in fund allocations and suggested a quantum jump in that to boost farm sector.

Parliamentary Panel,   Funds to agriculture,   Farm Sector,   Agriculture Sector,   Farmers,   Crop damage,   Unseasonal Rains,   Latest Nation News ,  
US woman jailed for firing at McDonald's outlet over bacon-less burger

US woman jailed for firing at McDonald's outlet over bacon-less burger

24 Apr 2015

Mumbai: A Michigan woman was sentenced three to seven years in prison after firing her gun at a McDonald's drive-through when her hamburger was delivered twice without bacon, local media reported on Wednesday.

US woman,   McDonald,   McDonald drive through,   hamburger,   weird news,   bizzare news,   latest lifestyle news,  

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