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12 August, 2018 1:50 AM Egypt Monk Detained Over Murder Of Bishop

An Egyptian Coptic monk accused of murder has been detained and will remain in custody for four days pending investigations into the suspicious death of a bishop, his lawyer said Saturday. Bishop Epiphanius, 68, was the head of Saint Macarius monastery in Wadi el-Natrun, northwest of Cairo. His body was found in late July in a corridor of the monastery 72

11 August, 2018 11:10 AM Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan makes personal contribution of Rs 1 lakh for relief

With Kerala facing an unprecedented rain havoc, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, has made a personal contribution of Rs one lakh to the Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF). Urging everyone to contribute generously to relief efforts, Vijayan said in a Facebook post that rebuilding the affected areas is going to be an arduous task. The Chief 43

10 August, 2018 11:19 AM Ford Celebrates Production Of 10 Millionth Mustang

Ford announced that the 10 millionth Mustang has come out of its production facility and to celebrate this, more than 60 Ford Mustang owners of all model years assembled for a tribute. The Mustang is by far the most popular and the most iconic muscle car to ever come out of the Ford stable. It is also the most loved car in America, and the figures speak 40

10 August, 2018 6:28 AM Microsoft Threatens to Pull Gab Services Over Anti-Semitic Posts

Microsoft Corp. threatened to suspend web-hosting services it provides to after getting a complaint about anti-Semitic posts on the social-media site, a new twist in the technology industry's controversial crackdown on hate speech. Microsoft's Azure cloud-computing division said it would take action in two business days if Gab didn't remove two posts 43

9 August, 2018 4:25 AM Footage Of Massive 'Firenado'

Firefighters in UK captured a rare 'firenado' on film Firefighters in Derbyshire, UK, captured a strange and rare phenomenon on film. In a video shared to Facebook on Tuesday, the Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service showed their followers a rare fire tornado - appropriately dubbed a 'firenado'. The footage shows a column of swirling flames rising 91

7 August, 2018 12:21 PM Momo Challenge Makes 12-Year-Old From Argentina Commit Suicide

Momo is a social media account on WhatsApp, Facebook, and YouTube, which uses the image of an artwork invoking horror. The artwork is called Mother Bird by Link Factory. In the latest instance of social media wrongly influencing children and teens, the suicide of a 12-year-old girl in Argentina is reportedly being linked to something called as the Momo challenge 50

7 August, 2018 4:10 AM Facebook in Talks With Banks to Expand Customer Service

Facebook said on Monday it is in talks to deepen links with banks and financial institutions, saying it can help the firms improve their customer service. The social media company said users of financial firms such as PayPal, Citibank, and American Express could link their financial accounts with Facebook's Messenger and chat with a customer service 43

6 August, 2018 5:54 AM Honor Play launching in India today: Where to watch Live Stream

New Delhi: Honor Play is all set to launch in India on Monday at an event in New Delhi. The launch event will kick off at 11:45am. “Viewers watching the livestream of the Honor Play launch can participate in an exciting contest wherein they have to take a screenshot every time they see the #CrazyFastCrazySmart flash on their screens and share it in the comments 46

2 August, 2018 5:59 PM Man Arrested In Delhi For Harassing 200 Women On Facebook

A man from Haryana was arrested for harassing over 200 women on social networking website Facebook. The man would create fake accounts - posing as a girl - and befriend other girls. He would then download their pictures and morph them with nude pictures. Using the morphed pictures, he would allegedly force the women to reply on his vulgar messages. The police 43

2 August, 2018 7:53 AM Facebook Security Chief Alex Stamos Departs, Joins Stanford University

Facebook's Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos, who was a key figure in the fight against the spread of fake news and misinformation, on Thursday officially announced his decision to quit and join Stanford University as a full-time teacher and researcher. The announcement came as Facebook investigation, under Stamos, revealed on July 31 that it discovered 102