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From Section 377 to Delhi gang-rape verdict: News that made big headlines in India in 2013

From Section 377 to Delhi gang-rape verdict: News that made big headlines in India in 2013From Section 377 to Delhi gang-rape verdict: News that made big headlines in...
Source : DNA |
Category : Headlines | City : Mumbai

Fox News website claims zombies are coming after internal error

internal error caused Fox News' website to display fake headlines Tuesday morning.The news outlet's homepage accidentally displayed numerous fake but funny headlines Tuesday morning after accidentally turning live a homepage prototype. Initially, many believed Fox News' website had been hacked.For about half an hour, FoxNews.com featured the headline "World Zombie Day to Bring Out the Living Dead"...
Source : Los Angeles Times |
Category : Science N Technology

Here's all the week-long entrepreneurial news

is a round up of all the entrepreneurial headlines in the week gone by on the YT News Feed....
Source : Moneycontrol |
Category : Business

Here are all entrepreneurial headlines of the week

Here is a round up of all the entrepreneurial headlines of the week gone by on the Young Turks news feed.ere is a round up of all the entrepreneurial headlines of the week gone by on the YT News Feed.Copyright...
Source : Moneycontrol |
Category : Business

Fox News website claims zombies are coming after internal error

news outlet's homepage accidentally displayed numerous fake but funny headlines on Tuesday morning in the US after accidentally turning live a homepage prototype. Initially, many believed Fox News' website had been hacked.For about half an hour, FoxNews.com featured the headline "World Zombie Day to Bring Out the Living Dead" as well another saying Apple unveiled a "Maverick Sea Lion" at its developers...
Source : Sydney Morning Herald |
Category : International

Media Enlists Pokemon And The Royal Family In April Fools' Day Pranks

you read the news today. This is the day to play pranks, and media sites can write “too unbelievable to be true” stories that would normally be reserved for publications such as The Onion. Sites that normally report serious news pepper their pages with a few fictitious headlines to keep you on your toes. Many corporations also jump to get in on the action, which can occasionally create headlines before...
Source : Red Orbit |
Category : Science N Technology

Fox website warns of 'zombie day' after internal error

The website of Fox News reportedly went into a funny-scary mode when it started posting stories with headlines claiming 'World Zombie Day' to bring out the living dead and Apple unveiling a 'Maverick Sea Lion', after what was revealed as an internal error.The news outlet's homepage accidentally displayed numerous fake but funny headlines in the US after accidentally turning live a homepage prototy...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : International

Fox website warns of 'zombie day' after internal error

The website of Fox News reportedly went into a funny-scary mode when it started posting stories with headlines claiming 'World Zombie Day' to bring out the living dead and Apple unveiling a 'Maverick Sea Lion', after what was revealed as an internal error.The news outlet's homepage accidentally displayed numerous fake but funny headlines in the US after accidentally turning live a homepage prototy...
Source : News Track India |
Category : Science N Technology | City : Agra

First Edition: August 30, 2013

Today's headlines include the latest news on congressional efforts to avert a financial crisis as well as coverage of the news from the Internal Revenue Service, Treasury Department and Department of Health and Human Services about how same-sex marriage will be recognized.: A Reader Asks: I Get Coverage Through My Estranged Husband. Can I Choose To Go To The Marketplace?Kaiser Health News consumer...
Source : news-medical |
Category : Health

Jason Calacanis: Mobile news app Inside rewards 'real journalism'

back with a new mobile news app that summarizes articles in 300 characters –- or about 40 words –- or less.His bet: With more people hoovering up news while on the go, they need a news app built for theirInside searches out the original article rather than rewarding someone who rehashed someone else’s scoop andthen slapped a clever, link-baiting headline on it (not to mention feel-good fluff and the...
Source : Los Angeles Times |
Category : Science N Technology