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Bravo! Fardeen Khan slams body shamers on <strong>social</strong> media

Bravo! Fardeen Khan slams body shamers on social media

27 May 2016

Mumbai: Actor Fardeen Khan has blasted people for trolling him on social media for his weight gain and said he is not ashamed of his body size.

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 IAS officer who praised Nehru on <strong>social</strong> media transferred

IAS officer who praised Nehru on social media transferred

27 May 2016

Bhopal: An IAS officer who had praised Jawaharlal Nehru in a Facebook post, has allegedly been transferred by the Madhya Pradesh government.

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Women are more compassionate than men on Facebook: Study

Women are more compassionate than men on Facebook: Study

27 May 2016

Melbourne: Women are more compassionate and polite on Facebook, while men use a hostile and impersonal language on the social networking site, a new study has found.

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Twitter to soon roll out automatic 'Night Mode' UI

Twitter to soon roll out automatic 'Night Mode' UI

25 May 2016

New Delhi: Micro-blogging site Twitter will soon roll out an automatic 'Night Mode' user interface (UI) to its Android app that will swap out the white background and replace it with a darker appearance.

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Facebook makes changes to avoid political bias

Facebook makes changes to avoid political bias

24 May 2016

San Francisco: Facebook said it was making changes aimed at keeping political bias out of its "trending" stories list even though an internal investigation revealed no evidence it was happening.

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Are you extremely <strong>social</strong>? Beware of cheating on Facebook

Are you extremely social? Beware of cheating on Facebook

20 May 2016

New York: People with intellectual disabilities or those extremely social and trusting are more susceptible to exploitation and abuse on social media platforms like Facebook, researchers have revealed.

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Man arrested for posting Prime Minister Modi's morphed photo on <strong>social</strong> media

Man arrested for posting Prime Minister Modi's morphed photo on social media

18 May 2016

Bengaluru: A man has been arrested by Gangavati town police in Koppal district of north Karnataka for allegedly posting a morphed photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a social media site.

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Australian PM faces fallout over minister's 'xenophobic' refugee claim

Australian PM faces fallout over minister's 'xenophobic' refugee claim

19 May 2016

Sydney: Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, in the midst of a tight election campaign, came under fire today for backing his immigration minister over claims resettling "illiterate and innumerate" refugees would strain the social safety network.

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<strong>Social</strong> media influencers helping brands reach more people: Twitter

Social media influencers helping brands reach more people: Twitter

13 May 2016

New York: Social media influencers are now solidifying their presence on various platforms like micro-blogging site Twitter as your friend or family member, leading to better positioning and boost in sales for various brands, a new study has revealed.

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Twitter to stop counting photos, links in 140-character limit

Twitter to stop counting photos, links in 140-character limit

17 May 2016

New Delhi: The micro-blogging site Twitter is reportedly planning to stop counting photos and links against the 140-character limit.This comes as a welcome news for Twitter fans as the change will allow them to compose longer tweets."Twitter is planning to incorporate changes in the coming two weeks," according to a media report.

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