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 Facebook users prone to taking financial risks: Study

Facebook users prone to taking financial risks: Study

27 May 2015

Melbourne: Ever wondered how Facebook influences our financial decisions. Well, an Australian research claims that Facebook users who invest or gamble just after going through their news feed are more irresponsible with their money.

Facebook users,   Facebook,   social media,   financial risks,   Latest technology news ,  
Eight crore families brought under <strong>social</strong> security schemes: FM

Eight crore families brought under social security schemes: FM

27 May 2015

Ahmedabad: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said 7.5 to 8 crore families, out of the total 25 crore households in the country, have been brought under the Centre's social security schemes launched so far.

Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Social security schemes,   accidental insurance,   life insurance,  
Twitter in talks to buy article-sharing app Flipboard

Twitter in talks to buy article-sharing app Flipboard

26 May 2015

New York: Social networking giant Twitter is in talks to buy article-sharing app Flipboard, the media reported. Twitter could pay more than USD1 billion in stocks to make the acquisition. California-based Flipboard was launched in 2010 and the company has raised more than USD160 million with backing from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Index Ventures, Insight Venture Partners and Rizvi Traverse Management.

Twitter,   article sharing app,   Flipboard,   social networking,   Latest technology news,  
Irish voters back gay marriage in "<strong>social</strong> revolution"

Irish voters back gay marriage in "social revolution"

24 May 2015

Dublin: The people of Ireland backed same-sex marriage by a landslide in a referendum that marked a dramatic social shift in a traditionally Catholic country that only decriminalised homosexuality two decades ago.

gay marriage,   Gay marriage in Ireland,   Irish voters,   Ireland,   homosexual,   same sex marriage,   Latest world news ,  
Twitter records over 350 million live impressions of IPL 8

Twitter records over 350 million live impressions of IPL 8

25 May 2015

New Delhi: Social networking site Twitter has recorded over 350 million live impressions during the recently-concluded eighth edition of the Indian Premier League.

Social networking site,   Twitter,   Indian Premier League 8,   IPL 8,   Chennai Super Kings,   Kolkata Knight Riders,   Mumbai Indians,   Latest News ,  
Private non-life insurers shying away from PM Suraksha Bima Yojana

Private non-life insurers shying away from PM Suraksha Bima Yojana

25 May 2015

Mumbai: Many private non-life insurers appear to be shying away from the Modi government's newly launched ambitious social security scheme offering Rs 2-lakh accident cover at an annual premium of just Rs 12, citing low pricing and the growing incidents of accidental deaths.

Private insurers,   Non life insurers,   General insurers,   Modi government,   Social security scheme,   Accidental deaths,  
Facebook most preferred among teenagers; Google Plus pips Twitter for second spot

Facebook most preferred among teenagers; Google Plus pips Twitter for second spot

21 May 2015

Mumbai: Facebook is the most preferred social networking site of teenagers, while Twitter comes a surprising third, after Google Plus, a 14-city Survey has said. The survey was conducted in 14 cities amongst 12,365 students studying in classes 8 to 12.

Facebook,   Teenagers,   Twitter,   Google Plus,   Social networking site,   Social media,  
Khap panchayats check <strong>social</strong> <strong>evils</strong>, says Haryana CM

Khap panchayats check social evils, says Haryana CM

06 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has come out in defence of khap panchayats, saying they keep a check on social evils and there was nothing wrong with their orders.

Haryana Chief Minister,   Manohar Lal Khattar,   Khap panchayats,   Social evils,  
PM Modi used <strong>social</strong> media to become tech savvy leader: Study

PM Modi used social media to become tech savvy leader: Study

19 May 2015

Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the most popular politician on Twitter after US President Barack Obama, has successfully used social media to shape his public image as a tech savvy leader, according to new study. Prime Minister Modi uses social media as a personal signal than for issues, US-based scholar Joyojeet Pal has said after doing an extensive research of the Prime Minister's postings on social media websites.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Tech savvy leader,   Modi on Twitter,   Study on twitter of Modi,   Modi on social Media,   Latest World News ,  
Now, get real-time content from Twitter in Google search results

Now, get real-time content from Twitter in Google search results

21 May 2015

New Delhi: The users can now find real-time content from Twitter right in the Google search results as the US technology major allowed tweets for smartphones and tablets in its search engine.

Twitter,   Google,   Search results,   Tweets,   Smartphones,   Tablets,   Social media,  

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