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Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system is here, as the longtime leader in PC software hopes that giving the upgrade away for free will help it carve out a new role in a world where people increasingly rely on smartphones, tablets and information stored online.The company is counting on tens or even hundreds of millions of people to download its latest release in the coming months. Many people will also get Windows 10 as part of new PCs. The ...
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IT biggies in India brace for higher attrition as automation kicks in.
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Over Attrition in IT industries not good for the entire IT industries .
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Bharat has lost its Ratna: Read PM Narendra Modi's tribute to Dr APJ Abdul Kalam
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Highly noble soul he was..!!
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The average age for Bengaluru entrepreneurs is 28.5 yrs.
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Kohind.oor has been divided into two pieces later on by the people of Englan. It was taken away prior to our Independent and at present it is treated as property of England.Can we allow to import them without paying the Import Duty?It is main question and what should we with Kohinoor diamond?It has not been cleared by UK MP Keith Vaz.
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"He was wearing a dark colored “Kalam suit”, and I started off complimenting, “Nice color!” Little did I know this was going to be the last color I will see on him."
Srijan Pal Singh, adviser to former President APJ Abdul Kalam, was on the stage with him in Shillong when he collapsed and was taken to hospital. In a touching post on Facebook, Singh recounts how...
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We have lost our great person  from dis world ..........
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The Centre had last week told the Supreme Court that no mercy could be shown to the killers of Rajiv Gandhi.
On February 18, 2014, the court had commuted the death sentence of Santhan, Murugan and Perarivalan to life imprisonment on the ground of delay by the Centre in deciding their mercy plea.
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When we heard of Rajiv Gandhi's demise. We were shocked but when we know about the killers and their reason It made us furious . Death sentence should be put for these Tamilian killers.
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The Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation (RMAF) on Wednesday announced this year five individuals from India, Laos, Myanmar, and the Philippines to receive Asia's premier prize, the Ramon Magsaysay Award.
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Sad week for India.
For close to three decades Dr Solomon used science to save and make lives, and lost hers to cancer.
On July 22, 1987, 33-year-old S Noori sat in a dimly-lit corridor as a lanky woman in a lab coat strode towards her with a medical report. Noori was told she had tested positive for HIV, a then little known virus that was viciously attacking people around her.
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Deeper connection in the Gurdaspur attack.
The GPS data shows that the masterminds had set three targets for the terrorists.
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The whole incident was organised by government, again innocents killed to get political benefits only . One other question who installed bombs on railway track and how the media and police know about it which was very difficult to track , did they had dream that there is an bomb on track and the bomb was found during fight , so this incident was totally planned by government as the government did in 1984 against sikhs , so shame on indian government for doing this kind of bad act against its own citizens
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Sorry dear friend,He will live on for second chance in heaven with a group of angel according to them.He is a dedicated person for nation and his religion and will be promoted to heaven to guide others after hanging where there is nobody to hang him.Why will he stay here without his family?Let the life after death philosophy be welcome from every religion if hanging will be continue and engagement will not be amount to progress of nation.There is personality by hanging and constructing stair after stair in cities but never construct. any dam,food storage,food processing,food transportation project in rural area.Let it be done according to judiciary department  if they love hanging as last punishment.
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A man who appreciated the small things in life.
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Kalam has showcased well that Muslims are peaceful and love and serve their country unconditionally.
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