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Real-estate transactions made by Robert Vadra, an in-law of India’s ruling Congress party, are being probed by state officials. With elections now underway, WSJ takes a look into how Mr. Vadra amassed his real-estate empire: http://on.wsj.com/1legzkJ
Robert Vadra, an in-law of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi of India's ruling Congress party, built a real-estate portfolio nearly from scratch in a few years.
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+Joe Piervincenti don't be sorry, they are not true blood of Mahatma. They did use his last name and spoiled the great soul though. 
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Here's your chance to get Google Glass. For one day only, Google is making it available to the American public: http://on.wsj.com/1noeap6

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Ukraine's acting president says he's not opposed to referendum on greater regional autonomy. http://on.wsj.com/1iNnvDS

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Iko poa
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A heckler threw a shoe at Hillary Clinton during a speech in Las Vegas. She narrowly dodged it. http://on.wsj.com/1iDn0fB

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Who. Just a download one
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A security flaw, nicknamed "Heartbleed," was found in versions of the OpenSSL encryption tool that was being used by about two-thirds of Internet servers. Five things you need to know:
Website operators are racing to fix a bug, nicknamed "Heartbleed," found in certain versions of a widely used encryption tool called OpenCSS.
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KRH how long u kno of this..? Brainiac :) 
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You could soon be paying for your coffee with your palm. New scanners read the structure of the blood veins inside the palm, and link it to a payments system. http://on.wsj.com/1l2A6ZF

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Look. Technology has been delivered to the individual for daily use. There are going to be major changes to daily life as we know it.
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Soon you could be splitting the check using your Facebook account. The company is reportedly close to gaining approval for an e-wallet service for mobile payments.

Would you use Facebook's payment service?
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I already use (and really like) Google Wallet, but for some reason a Facebook payment service would be a non-starter with me.  Probably because every time I used it it would show up on my Facebook feed.
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The Vatican is digitizing millions of pages of manuscripts, including this 15th century illustration of Dante's Divine Comedy by Botticelli: http://on.wsj.com/OQBzTM

These historical texts will now be available to the public - for free - for the first time.

Credit: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana
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Halo frinds
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CBS announced that Stephen Colbert will succeed David Letterman as host of "The Late Show." http://on.wsj.com/1k9isAy

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+Jim FitzGerald Boo!!! Get right off!
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Are HR departments necessary?
Companies pursuing flat management structures and more accountability for employees are deciding to do without a traditional human-resources department, finding other ways to manage hiring, firing and benefits.
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It better be... My girlfriend is getting her degree in HRD. 
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