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Before moving out, Britain’s surveillance agency GCHQ reveals London base

LONDON April 6: A nondescript red brick building tucked away beside a pub near a park in central London was revealed on Friday to have been the base of one of the world’s most sophisticated spy services — Britain’s GCHQ eavesdropping agency. Continue reading “Before moving out, Britain’s surveillance agency GCHQ reveals London base”

Woman Surfing Facebook Comes Across Profile Of Son Missing For 8 Years

HYDERABAD April 4: Social media helped parents of a boy, who went missing from Hyderabad in 2011, in tracing him to Punjab and reunite, city police said Wednesday. Continue reading “Woman Surfing Facebook Comes Across Profile Of Son Missing For 8 Years”

Police families to boycott Lucifer; complaint to CM, DGP against the film

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM April 3: Kerala police have come out with complaint against Mohanlal starrer Lucifer. The complaint is mainly against the ad of the film in which the hero is seen pining a police officer to the wall of a portico using his feet in a sensational scene. Continue reading “Police families to boycott Lucifer; complaint to CM, DGP against the film”

CPI(M) party paper courts controversy by calling Rahul Gandhi “Pappu”

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM April 3: A day after Congress announced that Rahul Gandhi would contest from Wayanad in Kerala, the ruling CPI(M) courted controversy by referring to the Congress chief as “Pappu” in the CPI(M) party newspaper. Continue reading “CPI(M) party paper courts controversy by calling Rahul Gandhi “Pappu””

Facebook’s News Page To Help Publishers Make Money: Mark Zuckerberg

CALIFORNIA April 2: Facebook Inc plans to create a separate news page on its platform where publishers will be able to make money, Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday. Continue reading “Facebook’s News Page To Help Publishers Make Money: Mark Zuckerberg”

Kerala govt establishements will now be easy to locate with GIS

KOCHI March 29: The state government is set to conduct Geographical Information System (GIS) mapping of all government establishments, including schools and hospitals, across the state.

As part of this, it has directed government offices across the state to upload their details, including their locations, on the map online. Continue reading “Kerala govt establishements will now be easy to locate with GIS”

Alia Bhatt impressing the queen of dance Madhuri Dixit VIDEO

MUMBAI March 20: Kalank’s first song Ghar More Pardesiya has Alia Bhatt impressing the queen of dance, Madhuri Dixit, with her dance performance.

The filmmakers of Kalank have released the first song from the film and it is as beautiful as it is melodious. While Varun Dhawan is seen in the video, it is Alia Bhatt’s & Madhuri Dixit’s jugalbandi that is the main attraction of the song. Continue reading “Alia Bhatt impressing the queen of dance Madhuri Dixit VIDEO”

Imran Khan Announces Award For Pak Man Who Confronted New Zealand Shooter

KARACHI March 18: Imran Khan Announces Award For Pak Man Who Confronted New Zealand ShooterA Pakistani victim of the Christchurch attack who apparently tried to tackle the gunman before being shot dead will be awarded posthumously in his home country for his courage, Prime Minister Imran Khan said Sunday. Continue reading “Imran Khan Announces Award For Pak Man Who Confronted New Zealand Shooter”

Facebook Struggles Into Day Two of Global Outage

LONDON March 15: Facebook struggled to restore its services fully on Thursday after a 17-hour partial outage made the world’s largest social network inaccessible to users across the globe, driving a wave of online complaints. Continue reading “Facebook Struggles Into Day Two of Global Outage”

Pictures of ‘Ayyappa’ and ‘Sabarimala’ cannot be used for election campaign

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM March 14: The Chief Electoral Officer in Kerala on Wednesday told political parties that under no circumstances should votes be solicited in the name of the Sabarimala temple. Continue reading “Pictures of ‘Ayyappa’ and ‘Sabarimala’ cannot be used for election campaign”