Friday, 4 May 2012

Wrong Questions in IITJEE/ Linkedin buys Indian startup Slideshare

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Friday, May 03, 2012

  • Jogging can improve your Life Performance

    Regular jogging can add up more than six years to male life expectancy and 5.6 years to women's longevity, reveals the latest data from the Copenhagen City Heart Study (CCHS). According to chief cardiologist of the CCHS, Peter Schnohr, the study's most recent analysis shows that between one to two-and-a-half hours of jogging per week [...]
  • Super 30 Founder claims wrong Questions in IITJEE
    Super 30 Founder and top maths wizard Anand Kumar has claimed that like last year, questions for the IIT-JEE examination were wrong this year also. Anand, whose efforts to help underprivileged students get through the tough competitive examination were recognised world-wide, said the problem had been detected soon after the examination, but it was confirmed [...]
  • Facebook to raise $10 billions by IPO this year
    Facebook plans to go public with a business valuation of $86.6 billion, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The social-networking company plans to sell shares for $28 to $35 each, using the ticker symbol FB. That will raise roughly $10.6 billion, making it the fifth-largest initial public offering U.S. IPO, says [...]
  • Linkedin acquires Slideshare for massive $119 Million
    Professional Network Linkedin  has decided to acquire Online Content Hosting and Sharing site Slideshare for $119 Million  in Cash and Shares. The acquisition is expected to close during the second quarter of 2012.  The deal has been confirmed by both sides. Founded in October 2006 by few Indians in California, SlideShare is world's most popular [...]
  • Alex Paul Menon Walks out Free
    Sukma Collector Alex Paul MEnon has been freed by Maoist militants on Thursday after for 12 days. A happy Menon said he was willing to serve in Sukma as collector again. Menon, an IAS officer from Tamil Nadu, walked out of the Maoists hideout after 6.30 p.m. looking tired and exhausted. He was abducted from [...]
  • Meet the Australian Lover of US President Barack Obama
    The Love Life of US President Barack Obama has been quite glamorous. This dates back to 1983 when he was 25 and was just out of Law School when he had a 2 year long affair with Genevieve Cook,daughter of an Australian diplomat as quoted in Sydney Morning Herald. This was all revealed in a book The [...]
  • How to backup your data on Social World
    Data Loss in Social World is very crucial these days. Imagine you have created a Facebook Page, amassed lots of followers and one day your Page gets deleted, or your account gets inaccessible. Or you have a great followership on Twitter and drive huge traffic to your website and one day the unthinkable happens. Your [...]
  • India promising a pension scheme for Citizens abroad
    The Indian government is promoting a new Pension and Life Insurance Fund (PILF) scheme in a bid to provide financial security to poor Indians working abroad. Indian embassies have been told to help those wanting to subscribe to PILF, Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi said at Kochi while launching the pilot scheme [...]
  • World's oldest blood found in 5,300-year-old body
    Scientists have discovered the world's oldest blood cells in the remains of a 5,300-year-old iceman found in Italy. The scientists found traces of blood around an arrow wound that killed the man in the mountains of what is now the Alto-Adige region of northern Italy. "Otzi the iceman" was discovered in 1991 at 3,200 metres [...]
  • MIT and Harvard to offer Free Online Courses
    Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology have joined hands to launch an ambitious USD 60 million initiative under which they will offer free online courses to students, a collaboration that will be headed by Indian-origin professor Anant Agarwal. The new online education platform 'EdX' would be overseen by a Cambridge-based not-for-profit organization and be [...]

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