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Facebook may help reduce exam anxiety: Study

Researchers at the University of Illinois in the US have found that undergraduate students, who have high levels of anxiety before an examination, may control it by reading supportive comments, ‘likes’ and private messages from Facebook friends. “We found that only the students who received supportive messages from their Facebook[Read More…]

Mumbai: In order to get refund for online purchase, Woman losses Rs 75,000

Bangladesh trains teenage girls to fight cyber crime

In order to tackle cyber-crime, Bangladesh on Tuesday began training thousands of teenage girls to fight the hysteric rise of social media-related abuses mostly targeting adolescents. As per the police, the online harassment levels have alarmingly rose in Bangladesh lately and it mostly targets young women. More than 10,000 school-age[Read More…]

BJP violated political morality, friendship, accuses TDP

Social media posts against TDP, Naidu govt may land people in trouble in Andhra

Critical or negative remarks on social media against the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) or the Chandrababu Naidu government in Andhra Pradesh may result in serious action including imprisonment. TDP general secretary and state Information Technology Minister Nara Lokesh, Naidu’s son, has asked his fellow leaders to initiate criminal action against[Read More…]

Now YouTube will let you stream live

YouTube, just like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, is making it simpler to go live on its platform by offering the feature to the followers directly on their mobile phones. Mobile live streaming automatically added to YouTube mobile application and will be extremely handy to use. Streaming videos will also have[Read More…]

Social media users live longer, a study finds

A paper published in the official US Scientific Journal, PNAS, on Monday found out that time spent on social media could be associated with a longer life. The research finds that people with more friends online are less likely to die than their disconnected counterparts. This paper contradicts the assertion[Read More…]

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