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Navi Mumbai teen flees home, family suspects Facebook friend l...

A 17-year-old Virar boy, who went missing nearly two months ago, may have been lured to Chennai by a Facebook friend, suspect his family members. Their suspicion stems from the fact that he had sent a friend request to a girl in Chennai shortly before he went ... DNA, 4 weeks ago

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Patil backtracks from claim

File photo of the Azad Maidan riots —PTI After announcing on Monday that Facebook controversy case has been cracked, home minister R.R. Patil on Tuesday said that the state would hire foreign experts to nab the culprits. Mr Patil told reporters that the ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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Maha Govt to set up Cyber Crime Investigation Cells

In the wake of recent violent incidents in Pune and elsewhere over some objectionable posts on Facebook, Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil today announced that Cyber Crime Investigation Cells would be set up at five places in the state soon. "Not ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Four new cyber crime cells to be set up in Maharashtra  Times of India2 months ago Maha govt to set up cyber crime probe cells  Rediff.com2 months ago
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'Like' wrong post, get jailed

Mumbai, June 9: Maharashtra home minister R.R. Patil today warned that Facebook users who "like" and forward objectionable posts could also land up in jail even as Pune police arrested two more Hindu Rashtra Sena activists in connection with last week's ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago Deliberate Attempt to Create Trouble: Maharashtra Home Minister on Controversial Facebook Posts  NDTV2 months ago

Not home for festival? Follow Lord Jagannath on Facebook

Lord Jagannath, who embarks on the Rath Yatra along with his siblings on Sunday, would also be opting %for a tech-savvy route for the convenience of millions of his devotees not only in India, but also abroad.
 Times of India2 months ago
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Burglar caught after leaving Facebook account open in victim's house

A Minnesota man came home to find his house unlocked, cash and other items missing, and the accused burglar's Facebook profile open on his computer, authorities said. Nicholas Wig, 26, who has been charged with second degree burglary, also left his wet jeans, ...
 Sify2 months ago Minnesota alleged burglar traced with Facebook account  Reuters2 months ago This criminal was so addicted to Facebook he checked it on a computer while burglarizing a home and then left himself logged in.  Happy Place2 months ago

Facebook posts: Mumbai police say leads did not pan out, trail gone cold

A day after home minister R R Patil announced that the police have identified the persons responsible for posting morphed pictures of Bal Thackeray and Maratha warrior Shivaji on social media, the trail has gone cold.
 Times of India2 months ago
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WhatsApp co-founder sees difficulties in home market

WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton described the relationship between Facebook and WhatsApp as "separate but equal," saying co-mingling the services would create "risk and peril."
 Times of India2 months ago

Man-woman balance must be struck first at home: Facebook COO

Wednesday, 02 July 2014|http://www.nerve.in/news:2535002385327|channel:India "A woman has two jobs, man has one! So if you want to be nice to your wife, don't buy flowers, do laundry, she suggested." New Delhi, July 2 - To see more women in the leadership ...
 Nerve2 months ago Woman Allegedly Beats Man Who Farted In Her Face  Huffington Post1 week ago
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Man held over Facebook post returns home

RAJBIRAJ: Businessman Mohammad Abdul Rahman of Portaha-1 in Sapatari, who was detained for criticising police by posting negative comments on social networking site Facebook, has arrived his hometown today after 20 days in police custody. Seeking action ...
 Himalayan times2 months ago
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