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New Delhi, May 16 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Thursday said that no person should be arrested for posting objectionable comments on social networking sites without the permission of senior police officials.
London, May 10 (ANI): A father from Sussex came to know of his 13-year-old son's death in a road accident after the news was posted by the boarding school on their website.
New Delhi, May 7 (ANI): With a view to enhance the efficiency of court management and resultant improvement in case disposal, the Central Government has allocated Rs. 300 crore to the states for creation of posts of professionally qualified court managers, on the recommendation of 13th Finance Commission.
BJP says won't let Parliament function till Bansal, Ashwani quit May 7, 12:31 pm
New Delhi, May 7 (ANI): The BJP Parliamentary Board on Tuesday decided not to allow any bill to be passed in the Parliament till Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal and Law Minister Ashwani Kumar are sacked from their posts.
Pakistan defends posts construction along Afghan border May 6, 3:47 pm
Islamabad, May 6 (Xinhua-ANI): Pakistan on Monday defended construction of security posts along its border with Afghanistan after Afghan officials reported fresh clashes between the border troops of the two countries.
BlackBerry posts surprise Q4 profit after cutting costs Mar 29, 10:20 am
London, Mar 29 (ANI): BlackBerry has reported a surprise profit in the fourth quarter due to a radical cost-cutting plan the smartphone maker is undertaking.
Facebook to start 'tiered replies' to make conversations simpler Mar 26, 4:35 pm
Washington, Mar 26 (ANI): Facebook is now planning to offer its users the ability to reply directly to others in comment sections, or in simple words, users can start conversation threads.
Department of Posts launches e-IPO for Indian citizens abroad Mar 22, 7:02 pm
New Delhi, Mar. 22 (ANI): Department of Posts, Ministry of Communications and IT, in association with Department of Personnel and Training today launched Electronic Indian Postal Order (eIPO) to enable Indian citizens abroad to pay RTI fee online.
London, Mar 19 (ANI): A series of messages slamming Apple, posting by celebrities on the Chinese social network Weibo, are apparently part of an organised campaign, a report has said.
'Television' most popular subject matter on Twitter: Study Mar 19, 11:05 am
London, Mar 19 (ANI): Nearly 40 percent of posts on micro blogging platform Twitter are about what is on the TV, a report has said.
New Pope posts first tweet Mar 14, 10:49 am
Washington, Mar 14 (ANI): The Vatican authorities have send out the first tweet from the official account for Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who would be formally known as Pope Francis.
Rahim becomes first Bangladeshi to score double ton as team posts highest Test total Mar 11, 4:35 pm
Wellington, Mar 11 (ANI): Captain Mushfiqur Rahim became the first Bangladeshi batsman to score a double ton in the first test against Sri Lanka in Galle, as the tourists scored a mammoth 638 in their first innings in reply to hosts' 570-4 declared, taking a 68 runs lead.
How Facebook suppresses posts unless users pay hefty fees Mar 4, 1:22 pm
Sydney, Mar 4 (ANI): Social networking giant Facebook is apparently suppressing posts unless users pay hefty fees to the firm, it has emerged.
Abbey Crouch posts wedding snaps on Twitter Mar 3, 3:55 pm
London, Mar 3 (ANI): Abbey Crouch shared a series of her wedding snaps with hubby Peter on Twitter, which captured the couple's intimate moments on their special day.
London, Feb 25 (ANI): Social networking giant Facebook is planning to build a 'cold storage' facility in Oregon that will be used to archive users' old photographs, messages and other postings.
Now, pay to promote your friends' Facebook posts Feb 16, 11:26 am
Washington, Feb 16 (ANI): If you really like a friend's Facebook post, you would be asked to shell out some cash to ensure it gets seen by others on the social networking site.
Google 'could be forced to police comments' on Blogger website Feb 15, 12:49 pm
London, Feb 15 (ANI): Google is likely to be forced to remove offending posts on its Blogger website after a UK judge 'opened the door' for the search giant being required to monitor what users write.
I hate exercising self-control, says Kate Upton Feb 2, 12:53 pm
New York, Feb. 2 (ANI): Kate Upton, who is often the topic of blog posts about body weight and the modelling industry, has revealed that she hates exercising self control.
Amazon posts record $21bln sales in Q4 Jan 30, 10:48 am
London, Jan 30 (ANI): One of the world's largest online retailers Amazon has reported record sales in the final quarter of 2012, a report has said.
Pentagon to lift combat ban on women serving on front line Jan 24, 1:52 pm
London, Jan. 24 (ANI): U.S. Defence Secretary Leon Panetta has decided to lift the ban on women military personnel serving on the front line, opening more than 230,000 front line positions and elite commando posts for them.
Twitter could help health officials track disease outbreaks Jan 23, 3:58 pm
Washington, January 23(ANI): A number of friends on social media may be talking about flu symptoms this cold season and a new research from Brigham Young University has suggested that such posts on Twitter could actually be helpful to health officials looking for a head start on outbreaks.
Pope Benedict XVI posts first Twitter message in Latin Jan 21, 12:17 pm
London, Jan. 21 (ANI): Pope Benedict XVI has posted his first Twitter message in Latin.
London, January 19 (ANI): Khloe Kardashian dug out some old photos of herself and her sisters showing them wearing next to nothing before they were famous and posted them online for her fans.
Brit woman accidentally posts nude pic of herself on eBay Jan 16, 4:05 pm
London, Jan. 16 (ANI): A woman from Oxfordshire, who put up her dress on eBay, became an instant celebrity after accidentally including a naked view of herself on the website.
Facebook posts better remembered than faces and books by people Jan 16, 1:27 pm
Washington, Jan. 16 (ANI): People's memory for Facebook posts is strikingly stronger than their memory for human faces or sentences from books, according to a new study.
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