Sunday, February 14, 2016| Latest E-book
You are here:
facebook
#

facebook

Articles

North Korea to halt search for Japanese abductees - media | Reuters

Feb 13, 2016

North Korea to halt search for Japanese abductees - media | Reuters

TOKYO North Korea has declared void an agreement to reopen a probe into the fate of abducted Japanese citizens after Japan imposed sanctions following Pyongyang's rocket launch, Asahi newspaper reported on Saturday. #facebook #India #Business #markets #Copyright #Reuters #opinion
Kirthiga Reddy steps down as Facebook India managing director

Feb 12, 2016

Kirthiga Reddy steps down as Facebook India managing director

Reddy has the distinction of being the first employee of the social media giant in India. #facebook #Business #CompanyWatch #Menlo Park #Kirthiga Reddy
'They have blood on their hands': Ex-DU student slams University for mass failure in Sociology exam

Feb 12, 2016

'They have blood on their hands': Ex-DU student slams University for mass failure in Sociology exam

Apaar Sharma, a former student of the Shivaji College in Delhi University has written an open letter over the mass failure in Sociology exam in DU. #facebook #India #Delhi #CriticalPoint #Education #Delhi High Court #Sociology #DU #Former Delhi University student #Shivaji College #mass failure #Apaar Sharma
'Indian sites prone to cyber-attacks by Pakistan during key events':  CIA-backed company

Feb 12, 2016

'Indian sites prone to cyber-attacks by Pakistan during key events': CIA-backed company

India-Pakistan rivalry has spilled over into cyberspace through hacktivism and even "state-sponsored" attacks with popular Indian websites more prone to such strikes during high-profile events like cricket matches and Independence Day, a CIA-backed threat intelligence company has said. #facebook #Pakistan #CIA #NewsTracker #Hacktivism #Recorded Future
WHO advises women on Zika protection but no travel advisories | Reuters

Feb 11, 2016

WHO advises women on Zika protection but no travel advisories | Reuters

GENEVA/LONDON The World Health Organisation advised women on Wednesday on how to protect themselves from Zika, particularly if pregnant, but also reassured them that most women in areas affected by the mosquito-borne virus will give birth to "normal infants." The illness, until recently viewed as relatively mild, has sparked concern because of a possible link between infection in pregnancy and microcephaly, a rare birth defect in which infants are born with abnormally small heads that can be accompanied by developmental problems. Brazil, the worst hit country in an outbreak sweeping the Americas and now present in more than 30 countries, is investigating a potential link between Zika infections and more than 4,000 suspected cases of microcephaly. #facebook #India #Business #Technology #markets #Reuters #Personal finance
Republicans Christie, Fiorina to quit White House bids | Reuters

Feb 11, 2016

Republicans Christie, Fiorina to quit White House bids | Reuters

WASHINGTON New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former business executive Carly Fiorina are ending their campaigns for the 2016 Republican nomination, narrowing the field of rivals facing businessman Donald Trump for the right to compete in the Nov. 8 presidential election #facebook #India #Business #Technology #Videos #Reuters #Personal finance
More than 60 people killed in suicide bombs in Nigeria - officials | Reuters

Feb 11, 2016

More than 60 people killed in suicide bombs in Nigeria - officials | Reuters

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria More than 60 people were killed by a twin suicide bomb attack at a camp in northern Nigeria for people displaced by an insurgency of the jihadist Boko Haram group, a military and emergency official said on Wednesday. The attack took place some 85 km (50 miles) outside the capital of Borno state, centre of the seven-year insurgency, they said #facebook #India #Business #Reuters #Personal finance #Thomson Reuters #opinion
North Korea satellite in stable orbit - U.S. official | Reuters

Feb 10, 2016

North Korea satellite in stable orbit - U.S. official | Reuters

WASHINGTON A satellite launched by North Korea at the weekend has now stabilized in its orbit around the Earth in a step forward from a satellite launch in 2012, a U.S. official and a second source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. However, the satellite is not believed to be transmitting any data back to Earth, the second source said #facebook #Small business #Copyright #Reuters #Thomson Reuters