Sunday, September 25, 2016

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Will Including Certain Words in Your Posts Lead to Higher Reach on Facebook?

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Rihanna Mccoy – At the recent Facebook F8 developer conference, the platform’s Head of Product for News Feed Adam Mosseri gave an excellent, in-depth explanation of how the News Feed works and how the algorithm de…

Top 100 Soccer Blogs Every Football Fan Must Read – Feedspot Blog

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Matthew Leslie – Here at Feedspot, we have compiled the ultimate list of top soccer blogs on the internet that push the boundaries of covering the sport we love to read about. We have featured a wide variety of sit…

A Guide to the Facebook News Feed Algorithm | Sprout Social – Do you ever get the distinct feeling that not all of your brand’s Facebook followers are seeing your Page posts? Sometimes it can even feel like your business is only seeing engagement from the sam…

5 ways to take control of your Facebook News Feed

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Joe Kaczmarek – Whether it’s never-ending posts from annoying “friends” with verbal diarrhea, or repetitive links to stupid survey sites, the truth is that sometimes spending time on Facebook is more irritating th…

Sharing good news on social media: 10 tips for hospital leaders

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Kasia Obłoza – Does your hospital have good news to tell? Maybe you’ve reached a milestone, like performing 1,000 liver transplants, pioneering a new medical procedure or watching a patient who beat cancer run th…

Naresh Kumar Sagar

4 reasons why Rafale could ruin Modi and Parrikar’s party

4 reasons why Rafale could ruin Modi and Parrikar’s party

Asean newsline

This is one in a million! That man saved her babies, omg amazing

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Ferhide – She never even knew she was pregnant… but gives birth in a bathroom That’s not even the most shocking part of this story. When she was 19-years-old, Claire was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (…

Hommage aux Harkis

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Dominique LUNEL – Ce n’est pas un hasard, si le 5 décembre 2007, après mon premier déplacement en Algérie, en tant que Président de la République, je recevais au Palais de l’Elysée les présidents des grandes associa…

North Korea at UN: US faces ‘tremendous consequences’ – “North Korea’s unpredictable behavior and capability development also continues to threaten allies and potentially the homeland,” Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said We…

She makes firstly this with cardboard boxes, but why is genius

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Ferhide – This is an amazing homemade structure made from old cardboard boxes. Rodessa is the name of the clever mom who thought this project up. All you need is a few cardboard boxes in different sizes. The…

CRÓNICA | Una España diezmada por las bajas se queda a las puertas de semifinales (6-2)

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RFEF – Esta vez Rusia se ha impuesto en el duelo que enfrentaba a las vigentes campeona y subcampeona de Europa en unos cuartos mundialistas a los que España acudía sin tres pilares fundamentales en este …

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how old white ppl turn up for 4th of july

PM Narendra Modi’s Open Challenge To Pakistan At A Public Meeting in Kozhikode, Kerala

Heritage Beauty of India

Operational Update 25th September 2016

The greatest TED Talk ever sold – Morgan Spurlock


Ils n’auront pas notre silence complice – les islamistes

Zia ul Haq’s warning


4 reasons why Rafale could ruin Modi and Parrikar’s party

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Tania Rai – Ajai Shukla explains why there is considerable discomfort within the defence ministry about the Rafale deal. On a warm Delhi evening on April 3, 2015, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar had left his…

We are proud of our armed forces. They will continue to give befitting reply to those who spread terror: PM Modi

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Santosh Gangwar – Addressing a public meeting in Kozhikode, Kerala, Prime Minister Narendra Modi assured the nation that the sacrifices of those martyred in Uri will not go in vain. He took on the leadership of Paki…

Indian Community in Australia offers condolences and tribute to Uri martyrs

Exclusive: RSS chief Golwalkar threatened to kill Gandhi – 1947 CID report


Spare a thought for Kashmir


New DRS rule for lbws is great news for bowlers

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Indian – The upshot More batsmen are likely to be given lbw when the fielding captain asks for a not-out decision to be referred to the third umpire, under the new DRS protocol. Why? Because the amount of p…

Swans v Bulldogs in the grand final: A romance we had to have

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The Age – Rohan Connolly and Wayne Carey will be live on Facebook from 12.30pm on Monday. Head to to join the conversation. No team has won an AFL premiership from seventh spot on t…

Clay Smith’s tears for a fallen friend

Semana ‘horribilis’ | Opinión |

Ajay Singh elected BFI President, Jay Kowli back as secretary – Times of India

Morning Mrs Kenny! Team GB golden couple marry



This driver treated this old lady is unbelievable… But her answer back is perfect

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Ferhide – Do you think it is a tiny car? Then watch the video Swedish design engineer Mikael Kjellman wanted to make a weather-protected bicycle in order to ride in comfort so invented what he calls the PodR…

A Paris, le centre pour migrants au coeur de la poudrière de la Chapelle

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Dominique LUNEL – Quelques jours plus tard, au Celtic, bar-tabac situé rue de la Chapelle, à 300 m du boulevard Ney où doit s’ouvrir cet espace pour migrants, Thierry, le patron, ouvre de grands yeux : « Comment ça,…

It’s good to keep this mind and think twice before you order meat at a restaurant

She lost over 800 pounds! She looks amazing now!

BJP MCDs fail to construct a single toilet under ‘Swachh Bharat’

Strolling Through Venice In Photos – The World Is A Book


Dubai ranks world’s top in visitor spending at $31.3b – Khaleej Times

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Khaleej Times – With a projected international visitor traffic of 15.27 million in 2016, Dubai jumped to the world’s top rank based on visitor spending of $31.3 billion, according to the annual Mastercard Global D…

‘Make in India’ and women entrepreneurs make for a winning combination – SukanyaSh / Ashni and Anisha, Kalpana Saroj, karishma grover, make in india, Rupali Pradhan, startup india / 0 Comments The start-up revolution is here in India, and seems like it’s here to stay! A…

Bangladesh thanks PH gov’t, Inquirer for return of stolen money

The PCT now has 151 Contracting States

Meet the 800-year-old golden rhinoceros that challenged apartheid South Africa

How Burberry is Operationalising ‘See Now, Buy Now’


This is horrifying… You can’t believe a hidden camera captured this footage

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Ferhide – She places two eggs inside a plastic bag. What she done next will change your breakfast forever What an easy recipe the family will love! Mom checks on crying baby and finds his twin unexpected! Wh…

The 6 Secrets of Effective Communication – Wisdom by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Awards, high-profile stars, box-office hits: black cinema enters a new era

Asia scoops top honours at San Sebastian film festival

‘It represents my liberty’: America and the gun, then and now

‘Pink’ taught me to be unapologetic about being a woman: Kirti Kulhari


What happens in Kairana stays in Kairana – how truth became a lie

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a hindu – Earlier in the summer of this year, a renowned writer of military themed fiction tweeted thus: So true. Someone has to stop people from making exaggerated claims like Malda  once being a part of In…

Sending Young Offenders to Adult Court Is Bad Parenting

Congress adrift as Sonia, Rahul fail to call CWC, AICC meetings

Desiderio insists ejected Dennison hit him in UP loss to FEU

Don’t Shy Away From Discussing Difficult Topics Of Race And Equity At Work

Klang MCA dismayed over redelineation proposal – Nation | The Star Online


Uri angered nation, culprits won’t be spared: Modi – Khaleej Times

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Khaleej Times – Indian PM Narendra Modi on Sunday acknowledged the nation-wide anger after the Uri terror attack that killed 18 soldiers and vowed that the perpetrators of the “cowardly” act would not be spared. M…


War not an option for India and Pakistan – Khaleej Times

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Khaleej Times – India-Pakistan relations are on the boil once again in the aftermath of the attack on the Uri army base in Jammu and Kashmir in which 18 Indian soldiers were killed. Both nations appear to be massi…

Sushma Swaraj to address UNGA; strong response to Pakistan expected

PM Narendra Modi should also introspect when he advises Pakistan: Mayawati


The New York Times : Rural Indian Girls Chase Big-City Dreams

Rural Indian Girls Chase Big-City Dreams

From: Cohen, Jordan on Sun, 25 Sep 2016 10:20:37 Add to address bookTo: You & 1 other | See Details
Hi there,
In a new feature by Ellen Barry in The New York Times, Barry reports on the secret lives of India’s factory girls: of love-letters, money, fever & freedom. Barry takes a deep look at women & work in India:
“The factory floor is going full throttle when the new girls walk in. Everywhere is the thrumming of sewing machines, the hum of fans, the faint burning smell of steam irons. On narrow tables that run between the machines, half-assembled Marks & Spencer miniskirts are thrust forward by fistfuls. The tailors, absorbed in the task of finishing 100 pieces per hour, for once turn their heads to look.
The new girls smell of the village. They have sprinklings of pimples. They woke well before dawn to prepare themselves for their first day of work, leaning over one another’s faces in silence to shape the edges of each eyebrow with a razor blade. Their braids bounce to their hips, tight and glossy, as if woven by a surgeon. On their ankles are silver chains hung with bells, so when they walk in a group, they jingle.
But it is impossible to hear this sound over the racket on the factory floor. The tailors glance up for only a moment, long enough to take in an experiment. The new workers — teenagers, most of them — have been recruited from remote villages to help factories like this one meet the global demand for cheap garments. But there is also social engineering going on.
A government program has drawn the trainees from the vast population of rural Indian women who spend their lives doing chores. In 2012, the last time the government surveyed its citizens about their occupation, an astonishing 205 million women between the ages of 15 and 60 responded ‘attending to domestic duties.’
Economists, with increasing urgency, say India will not fulfill its potential if it cannot put them to work in the economy. They say that if female employment were brought on par with male employment in India, the nation’s gross domestic product would expand by as much as 27 percent.”
This is the latest article in Barry’s series India’s Missing Women that explore why women in India are struggling to enter the work force, despite a prolonged economic expansion, rising education and declining fertility.
All best,
Jordan Cohen
Senior Manager, Communications
The New York Times
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