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Psychological experiment was 'terribly communicated', says Facebook's chief operating officer

New Delhi, July 3 (ANI): Facebook's Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg, apologised for psychological experiment and said it was terribly communicated. Addressing a conference of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) Ladies Organisation in New Delhi, Sandberg stressed that Facebook takes privacy and security issues seriously as people share on the social networking site. In 2012, Facebook manipulated the timeline of over six lakh users for nearly a week, showing only positive status for one set of users while showing negative updates for the other set. The experiment was conducted without bringing to knowledge of the users, whose timelines were manipulated, thereby raising privacy concerns. Jul 3, 2014
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Amit Shah gets Z security, Politicos give mixed reactions

New Delhi, July 03 (ANI): BJP leader Amit Shah being given Z+ security has invited mixed political reactions on Thursday. Congress leader Rashid Alvi said that the government should tell why Amit Shah has been given this security and what threat was posed to his life. JD (U) leader Ali Anwar said that Amit Shah is the right hand of PM Narendra Modi so he can get whatever he wants. BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that security is given to a person following a national procedure under which security to Amit Shah is justifiable. NCP leader Majid Memon said that Amit Shah has become a recognized leader of his party so he is given the security. Jul 3, 2014
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Anti-dowry law misused, no automatic arrest: SC

New Delhi, July 03 (ANI): The Supreme Court has said that women were increasingly using the anti-dowry law to harass in-laws and restrained police from automatically arresting the husband and his relatives on mere lodging of a complaint under Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code. The apex court said the attitude to arrest first and then proceed with the rest is "despicable" which must be curbed and directed all state governments to ensure that police do not resort to arresting in all offences punishable up to seven- year jail term including dowry harassment cases. Jul 3, 2014
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Trial run for high speed Delhi-Agra train begins

New Delhi, July 03 (ANI): With an aim to ensure high-speed connectivity between the two cities of Agra and New Delhi, the trial run of the semi-high speed train, which runs at a speed of 160 kmph was conducted on Thursday. The train will cover 200km between the two cities in 90 minutes. It would comprise 10 coaches and one locomotive. At present, Bhopal Shatabdi Express is the fastest train en route, which covers the distance in 2 hours. The semi- high speed service would tentatively be launched by November. The trial train left the New Delhi Railway Station today morning and is scheduled to reach Agra in 90 minutes. Jul 3, 2014
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Sunanda Pushkar's postmortem report was based on principles and norms of medical ethics Dr Sudhir Gu

New Delhi, July 03 (ANI): Dr Sudhir Gupta, who had alleged that Sunanda Pushkar's autopsy report was doctored, said on Thursday that Sunanda Pushkar's postmortem report was based on principles and norms of medical ethics. Dr Sudhir Gupta had earlier alleged that he was pressurized to give a doctored report in Pushka's death case. Gupta headed the team of experts who conducted the postmortem on Pushkar's body and had alleged that he was pressured by top officials to show that Pushkar's death was 'natural'. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) however, denied that there was any pressure on Dr. Sudhir Gupta to present a doctored post mortem report. Jul 3, 2014
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Farmers await rains after slow start to monsoon

Pune, July 03 (ANI): Maharashtra farmers fret over delayed annual monsoon rains and incur huge losses as the parched farmlands have added to their woes. The scanty rainfall has threatened the plantation of crops in the Maval area of the state. Director of India Meteorological Department in western Pune city, D. S. Pai, highlighted the strengthening of monsoon current over central India. Jul 3, 2014
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Pistorius prosecution cross-examines athlete_s manager

In a pummelling cross-examination, prosecutor Gerry Nel questioned Oscar Pistorius_s manager about the star sprinter_s angry outbursts and turbulent love life, zeroing in on apparent inconsistencies in key parts of his account. Duration: 01:05 Jul 3, 2014
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_Neymarmania_ (literally) goes to Brazilians_ heads

World Cup fever and Neymarmania have literally gone to some Brazilians_ heads, with barbers swamped by demands to get the latest popular hairstyle in Rio_s slums: the face of football star Neymar sculpted in the back of the head. Duration: 01:44 Jul 3, 2014
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Ukraine forces regain control of Dolzhanskiy checkpoint

The Dolzhanskiy border checkpoint between Russia and Ukraine was the scene of violent fighting Tuesday between pro-Russian separatists and the Ukrainian forces, who regained control of the area. Duration: 00:35 Jul 3, 2014
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Syrian rebels in Aleppo reject Islamic State_s caliphate

The proclamation of the caliphate by the jihadists of the Islamic State was rejected by the residents of Aleppo, including some members of the Free Syrian Army, who saw this act as a threat to the popular revolution. Duration: 00:48 Jul 3, 2014