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12 April 2017
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Google pays tribute to legendary Indian artist and it is outstanding

Search giant Google rolled out an artsy surprise for Indian users by paying a tribute to “pioneering artist” Jamini Roy on his 130th birth anniversary. It created a beautiful horse doodle inspired by the master’s Black Horse painting.  It further allowed users to take a tour of Roy’s artworks and collections on Google Arts & […]


11 April 2017
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The Zuckerberg manifesto in action— Facebook launches first 'Communities Summit'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced to the world in a mere 6,000 words earlier this year  that he was going to take understanding his country, and the factions within it, seriously.  Now, we have the first real step in that direction.  On Tuesday, Facebook revealed it will hold its first-ever Facebook Communities Summit later this […]


11 April 2017
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Author-turned politician has plenty to say about Britain's colonial past

Shashi Tharoor is at it again.  The popular author-turned-politician has been blowing the lid off Britain’s colonial past, which he claims, has been brushed under the carpet.  “Not a line of colonial history” is being taught in the best schools of London, he says. His recent speeches, essays and book, An Era Of Darkness, is […]


10 April 2017
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Get creeped out by this tense trailer for the new WikiLeaks documentary

“This is not the film I thought I was making.” Those are the first words filmmaker Laura Poitras speaks during the trailer for Risk, her upcoming documentary about WikiLeaks. And it looks like the film will indeed be full of twists and turns. SEE ALSO: Julian Assange tweeted for the first time, as if the […]


10 April 2017
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Facebook is turning into a confusing social nightmare

Facebook! It’s a confusing mess these days. The network, in its efforts to become a bit more social again, has drowned users in new features, tests and other distracting knickknacks — and for perhaps the first time in the service’s 13-year history, it’s not altogether clear what you’re supposed to do when you log in […]

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