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97 year old veteran actor A K Hangal expired today at Asha Parekh hospital in Vile Parle following a brief illness which was aggravated by a fracture of his thigh bone.
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World-renowned Indian-American journalist and author Fareed Zakaria has been suspended by CNN and Time magazine after he admitted to have plagiarized portions of an article that Jill Lepore wrote in the April 23rd issue of The New Yorker on gun control, for his August 20 issue of Time .
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The Webby Awards, the leading international award honoring excellence on the Internet, released its list of the Top 10 Most Influential Internet Moments of the Decade. Read on to find out more.
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Virtual gaming companies are making real profits from the social media network. Here's how.
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Chanfges are happening in the social media space which may change the industry
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It takes a lot of effort to be happy in your job, especially in the current trying conditions all of us are going through. Still, it is possible to be happy at your current job by taking these small measures to ensure your well-being
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Social Networking is here to stay. With the web becoming mobile, people are going to embrace social media even while on the move. But, technology is only as good as the people using it. If used properly, social media can help bridge distances between people. It could also lead to isolation. Is social networking connecting or distancing humanity?
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We Indians never fall short of hyping our meagre achievements on the world stage, whether it is winning multiple Oscars at the Academy Awards 2009 or the first ever individual gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. Is the hype an attempt to hide our insecurities? Is it to convince ourselves that we deserve to be in the big league? Or, is it fuelled by the way the world sees us? Is the story of “Slumdog Millionaire” the story of a rising India?
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