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Bryan Singer's name to be removed by film school

Bryan Singer's name will be dropped by the USC School of Cinematic Arts from its Division of Cinema & Media Studies program in the light of sexual assault allegations against him. The filmmaker has denied the allegations.Singer has requested that the USC ... Prokerala, 3 days ago
Bryan Singer's name removed from USC film school Business Standard, 3 days ago

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What's social media got to do with weight loss?

According to a study, the more time you spend on social media, the more motivated you are to lose weight. Sharing your weight loss journey on social media can improve the odds of successfully shedding the extra kilos, a study has found. Researchers examined the role of virtual communities and public commitment in setting and reaching weight loss goals. "Our research finds that individuals are more likely to realise success with personal goals when they make a public commitment to attaining ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Social media can help people lose weight: study  Business Standard1 week ago Can social media help you lose weight?  Business Standard2 weeks ago Social media not to blame for partisanship, polarisation greatest among those who don't use internet: Study  DNA2 months ago
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Media, entertainment industry to create 4 million jobs by 2022, reveals study

Currently, direct economic impact by the media and industry is Rs 135,000 crore and employs over 1 million people.
 DNA1 week ago
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Hadiya will continue studies under former Hindu name: Principal

Kerala woman Hadiya, who is at the centre of an alleged 'love jihad' case, will pursue her homeopathy studies under her previous Hindu name, the Salem medical college principal said today, a day after the Supreme Court freed her from the custody of her parents.Hadiya, 25, flew to Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu from Delhi and headed to Salem by road this evening to resume her studies as directed by the apex court.A Hindu by birth and named as Akhila Ashokan, she had converted to Islam several months ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Privacy and individual rights in the case of Hadiya  Sify1 week ago Hadiya 'still' struggling for her 'freedom'  catchnews.com1 week ago Didn’t get the freedom I wished for: Hadiya  Mathrubhumi1 week ago
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What is the right age to join social media sites?

Facebook and Twitter now restrict users below the age of 13 from signing up on their platforms. LinkedIn doesn’t provide its services to children below the age of 16. The B N Srikrishna committee, set up to study data protection issues and suggest a draft privacy law, is looking closely at the age at which children should be allowed to join social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.   The age criteria for opening a social networking account depends on the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Dean allows Hadiya to speak with husband

Hadiyas wish to speak with her husband was fulfilled on Wednesday. A day after she arrived here to continue studies at the Sivaraj Homeopathy Medical College, as directed by the Supreme Court, Hadiya spoke to her husband over the college deans mobile phone.
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Hadiya's father to move SC after dean allows husband to speak to her  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Hadiya reiterates desire to meet husband

A day after she arrived in the city to continue studies at a homeopathy medical college as directed by the Supreme Court, Hadiya, a Kerala woman at the centre of an alleged love-jihad case, today reiterated her desire to talk to her husband. "For the past six ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago In college, Hadiya says she wants her freedom and her husband  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Hadiya in Salem college; says want to meet husband

Salem (Tamil Nadu): Freed by the Supreme Court from the custody of parents and directed to pursue her studies, Hadiya on Tuesdaysaid she desired to meet her husband Shafin Jahan. She arrived here in a police vehicle from Coimbatore, about 170 km from here, ...
 Mathrubhumi1 week ago Want to meet my husband, says Hadiya  Deccan Herald1 week ago Hadiya reaches Salem  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago I want freedom, says Hadiya during hearing in SC  Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago

HOTNESS: Ananya Panday makes her stunning debut at Le Bal in Paris

Chunky Panday's eldest daughter Ananya Panday and nephew Ahaan Panday are known to have a huge social media following. The celebrity kids, who are still completing their studies, seem to be upcoming stars. While the two of have not made anything official ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 weeks ago
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Social media may not affect your mental health

The increasing use of social media has always been associated with the deteriorating mental health of the young generation. But take heart, as social media use may not affect mental health, says a new research.The study found no evidence supporting the view ...
 Prokerala1 month ago More social media use may not harm mental health: study  Business Standard1 month ago Time Spent on Social Media may Not Affect Your Mental Health  Med India1 month ago Beware! 'Sextortion' rackets thriving big time on social media  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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