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Twitter CEO Dick Costolo steps down and Jack Dorsey may take charge June 12, 2015 10:24

The Chief Executive Officer of the microblogging site Twitter, Dick Costolo, is stepping down, but he may remain as the member of the board, and co-founder of the company, Jack Dorsey will take charge as…

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Dhoni is Richest Indian Athlete, Says Forbes June 11, 2015 16:15

Indian One Day team Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the only Indian athlete finding place in the Forbes Magazine’s list of top 100 richest Athletes. According to the renowned survey list, he owns $31 million.…

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Padmasree Warrior not among the Cisco's new executive leadership team June 09, 2015 17:15

One of the 100 most powerful women in the World (According to Forbes last month issue) and popular female executive at the IT major Cisco, Padmasree Warrior, has stepped down from her post of Chief…

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8 acquitted and only 2 convicted for Malala Attack? June 06, 2015 11:07

Malala Yousafzai, who received the Nobel peace prize for her bold advocacy for girls education and empowerment in Pakistan, might have shocked to hear the latest news on attackers who attempted to kill her in…

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US District Judge Raymond J. Dearie on FIFA pronunciation June 04, 2015 10:22

The acronym FIFA is most popular in the sports world, but the same word has created a buzz in the media as a judge in the US admitted that he had no knowledge of the…

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25 Indian-origin Students among 49 semi-finalists in the US May 28, 2015 12:22

The American students of Indian origin proved to be highly intelligent and most efficient performers in various competitions in the US. The high school students from all the states in the country aims at the…

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Zeeshan Khan, who was rejected for a job May 21, 2015 17:59

After a private company denied his job application just on the grounds of his religion, Zeeshan Khan, approached police and media to showcase the discrimination. He moved to the National Commission for Minorities for justice,…

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Students from IISc and DU named for Radcliffe fellowship May 19, 2015 11:45

Two students from Indian have been named for the prestigious Radcliffe fellowship of Harvard University for their research works. Shivani Agarwal from Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and Maharaja Pandit from University of Delhi (DU)…

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Rahul Yadav Makes his mark by allotting his shares to staff May 14, 2015 11:18

Rahul Yadav has surprised the world with his new step, where he announced the distribution of his personal stake in the real estate e-commerce portal ‘Housing.com’ to his staff. The CEO of the portal owns…

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Sun sets with blue hues on Red Planet May 11, 2015 16:37

The NASA’s Mars Rover Curiosity has sent a stunning image of the sun set on the Red Planet, the images were definitely alien to us, as the sun was saying bye-bye in between blue colours.…

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Sikh group announces $1 million reward for Sajjan's conviction May 03, 2013 17:22

Being disappointed and shocked over the discharge of Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in the anti-Sikh Riots case owing to lack of corroborative evidence, a Sikh group in US has announced a bounty of $1 million…

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Plan B: FDA lowers the age for using contraceptive pills May 01, 2013 19:38

Finally a good news for the younger women who fears becoming a mother after accidental pregnancy caused by casual physical relationship. US Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday that it would make the most widely…

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