• Sheryl Sandberg explains the most valuable aspect of her relationship with Mark Zuckerberg

    Sheryl Sandberg knew when she joined Facebook as its COO in 2007, her success at the company depended on her relationship with founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, she told the graduating class of Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management on Saturday. Sandberg explained how much she admires Zuckerberg's willingness to accept criticism from the people who work for him, saying she knows firsthand that it can be difficult to develop transparency between bosses and employees.

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  • Urvashi Rautela in Salman Khan's next SULTAN?

    By Rachana Sheth, Glamsham Editorial Bollywood's one of the most anticipated forthcoming films SULTAN starring Salman Khan is being talked about for reasons more than one. Later media was agog with the news that Bollywood's latest 'Queen' Kangana Ranaut has been approached to pair opposite Salman in SULTAN.

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  • Ranbir Kapoor Comes To Abhishek Bachchan’s Rescue And Prevents A Fist Fight!

    It’s not a secret that Bollywood actors Ranbir Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan, both are self-confessed football lovers. On Sunday, something similar to that happened when Abhishek Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor were having a football practice match. Soon after the game began, things got out of hand when Abhishek Bachchan lost his cool and snapped at one of the team members.

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  • High alert across England after ten Hindus were seen doing Yoga in a London park

    London: High alert was sounded across England and security tightened up after ten Hindus were seen doing Yoga which has got everything to do with Hinduism. According to reports, people were shocked to see around ten men, obviously Right-wing Hindus, doing Yoga around 8 AM in the park today morning. “We advise people to take care of their offensive levels and not get offended by seeing such religious activities being forced to our retinas by communal Hindus in a secular Europe.

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  • Why China's dog eating festival makes us lose our appetite

    Outrage and protests swept Dublin to Delhi against the Yulin dogmeat festival in China’s Guangxi, where around 10,000 animals are slaughtered for food and allegedly tortured before being killed. “Animals dont have a voice.

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  • 10 Life Hacks for a perfect morning

    Looking for some great morning tips ? We have the magic touch that will transform your breakfast. Here it is for you, summed up in 10 life hacks……1. HOW TO PEEL YOUR ORANGE IN RECORD TIMEAdopt our technique and you’ll never peel it the old way again.2

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  • Chinese submarine in Karachi: A worst case scenario for India, and here's what it needs to do

    A conventional Chinese submarine docking in Karachi port last month and spending one week there is a disturbing development for India.While warships are known to dock at foreign ports and sail away after a brief stay and refuelling, submarines are a different ballgame. After aircraft carriers, submarines are the most potent weapon in sea warfare. The fully loaded and equipped Chinese submarine reportedly spent afull week in Karachi port in the last week of May with entire crew of at least 65 on board.Ironically, the Chinese submarine a Yuan class 335 boat equipped with Air-Independent Propulsion (AIP) which gives greater stealth and longer duration under-sea capability had docked in Karachi port on 22 May. This means that when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was wrapping up his maiden official visit to China (14-16 May) the Chinese were planning this provocative act.The political symbolism emanating from the Karachi event is simple. China will stop at nothing in increasing its military might.

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  • White Rice, Brown Rice Or Red Rice: Which One is the Healthiest? - NDTV Food

    Putting it across, in straight and much simpler words - rice is not an enemy of the weight related goals that you are trying to achieve - inadequate knowledge about this food item is. White rice is the highly refined version of raw rice, which is hulled and milled. Bran and germ are rich in dietary fibre as well as nutrients that are beneficial for human health. According to a Delhi based weight management expert, Dr. Gargi Sharma, "If white rice undergoes further process of polishing then its aleurone layer gets removed leading to loss of nutrients.

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  • Karan Johar Responds to Same Sex Marriage Joke on Twitter. #LoveWins, Trolls Lose - NDTV Movies

    The trolls have directed vitriol at celebrities like Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar, whose sexuality has been a continuing topic of interest and speculation

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  • The 10 Best Stocks to Hold Forever

    Few people realize these stocks exist. But many of the richest, most successful investors have been cashing in on them for decades. Now you can too...

  • Maharana Pratap : What Happened After the Battle of Haldighati?

    Know what happened post the Battle of Haldighati. How Maharana Pratap bounced against against the Mughal Emperor Akbar

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  • There are 3 ways people get rich, but only one way they hold on to their wealth

    In "The Thin Green Line: The Money Secrets of the Super-Wealthy," author Paul Sullivan makes a distinction between being rich and being wealthy. "The best line I've heard was, 'Don't live like a king for a little bit, live like a prince forever,'" he told Sullivan.

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  • Eight cool smartphones coming to India soon - The Economic Times

    Smartphone makers from China are making a beeline to India, heading to the market in droves. In the last year itself, we have seen over half a dozen brands enter the Indian market, while many more have consolidated their operations and made a wider user base in the country. And of course, all these brands offer feature-rich smartphones at a fraction of the price of flagship models by Apple, Samsung, Sony etc. Here's our pick of 8 smartphones by Chinese companies that are likely to make their way to India very soon...

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  • Love reigns: rape victim marries friend

    A day after the brutal assault by a gang, which included an Army man, the girl from Kolluru got married to her friend Munnangi Rajesh, 25. Rajesh married the girl he loved at a church here on Sunday evening. The wedding

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  • NASA cuts live feed as UFOs fly past earth: Report

    Washington, June 29 (IANS) Mysterious footage reportedly depicting three UFOs racing by our Earth has been a big hit on YouTube. The 4-minute video titled "UFO Mysteries: UFOs, Angels Or Biological Creatures Seen Leaving The Earth?" was uploaded a week ago and has over 214,000 views. The video, reportedly shot from the International Space Station (ISS), shows three unidentified flying objects (UFOs) shooting upward out of Earth's atmosphere, www.wnd.com reported.

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  • Aerial Gymnast Manik Paul Wins India’s Got Talent Season 6 Title

    India’s Got Talent of Colors TV has always been credited with amazing talent bundles, the show which aims at bringing out the best talent of the country declared its winner of Season 6 on saturday. The aerial gymnast Manik Paul has been crowned as the winner of India’s Got Talent season 6. Manik Paul since the start has depicted uniqueness and an undying urge to learn, the winner Manik not only was credited with a trophy but was also honored with a Maruti Suzuki Celerio car.

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  • Why time will stop for a second on June 30 - The Times of India

    Our perception of time is based on the earth’s revolution around the sun and its rotation around its own axis.

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  • 10 things Indian parents say to blackmail you into marriage

    Health, education and employment of children are imminent worries for Indian parents but marriage is the perennial concern. Here are some of the funny and illogical things that Indian parents say to get their kids to marry.

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  • Apple Maps is getting a really useful feature that Google Maps doesn't have - The Economic Times

    If you've ever taken the subway in a major city or have gotten lost in a large travel terminal like Grand Central, you probably understand how frustrating it can be to find the exit that brings you closest to your destination. Apple plans to make that a whole lot easier in iOS 9. In addition to adding public transit directions to Apple Maps, the company is also adding a feature that can tell you exactly which exit you should take when departing the subway or train station. So, for example, if you're sitting at the front of the train, Apple may suggest that you take the exit in the middle or at the opposite end of the track because it might be closer to where you're going.

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  • Priyanka Chopra gorges on black jamuns while shooting for 'Gangaajal 2' in Bhopal

    Priyanka Chopra, who is shooting in Bhopal for 'Gangaajal 2', is soaking up the sights and smells of the city

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  • Young Woman Steers Chennai's First Metro Train

    Chennai:  A young woman was behind the wheel today when the Chennai Metro rolled out for the first time on a signal from Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa. At around 12.15 pm, the Chief Minister, who was connected through video conference from her office, pressed a button and on cue, 28-year-old Preethi drove the train out of the Alandur station. Preethi, who has a diploma in engineering, quit her first job and applied to the Chennai Metro.

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