Author: Miles

India To Go Ahead With Social Media Regulations; Policy To Be Ready By 2020

November 12, 2019

Amid the clashing of voices and multiple court cases around regulation of social media platforms and messaging apps, the central government on Monday (October 21) told the Supreme Court that it will be submitting the revised rules for social media regulations in the next three months. The government is looking to revise the existing rules […]

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0 to 54: The Untold Story of How Panna Got Her Tigers Back in Just 10 Years

November 10, 2019

Set up in 1981, Panna National Park, Madhya Pradesh became a tiger reserve in early 1994. Fifteen years later, in 2008, Panna’s official tiger count stood at a shocking zero. The revelation created a public furore, with forest department officials facing a nationwide backlash. They stood dejected; the damning statistics shattered their morale. The state […]

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These are the ‘woke’ lyrics to John Legend’s ‘Baby, it’s Cold Outside’ remake

November 8, 2019

Baby it’s woke outside. Singers John Legend and Kelly Clarkson will release a remake of the classic Christmas tune “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” with new “consent-friendly” lyrics Friday — and the remake is already receiving a chilly reception. The new #MeToo-fueled version of the holiday ditty scrubs the song of lines in which a male suitor insists that a woman […]

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How Métier Founder Melissa Morris Is Revolutionising Travel

November 4, 2019

Melissa Morris studied sculpture and business at Emory University in Atlanta before turning to high-end fashion. In 2017, Morris launched Métier in London with a collection of handbags and luggage for both men and women. Engineering everything from scratch, the pieces are wear-tested, tweaked and adjusted until deemed perfect. “I love the story about Christian Dior, who […]

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Need 3 months to notify guidelines for social media platforms, govt tells SC

October 22, 2019

New Delhi: The government on Monday told the Supreme Court that it would require three months to notify the final revised intermediary guidelines for social media platforms. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) stated the timeframe in an affidavit it filed in the Facebook petition, where the social media company has sought the transfer of all cases pending against it to […]

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10 Steps To Build A Strong Social Media Brand

October 18, 2019

When you really think about it, marketing has come a long way in just a few decades. Marketing tactics are more sophisticated (and more effective) than ever before, and social media marketing has ensured that every business on the planet has a voice. There’s just one problem. In a world where every business on the planet […]

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ROMA TWITTER: THE INSIDE STORY OF A SOCIAL MEDIA TEAM CHANGING FOOTBALL’S FACE

September 30, 2019

“You’re the best in the world.” “You’re my hero.” “I love you.” “Marry me please.” “I wanna have your babies.” These are all quite common lines to be fired from football fans in the direction of their sporting heroes, but each of these phrases has also been directed at someone else at AS Roma. Francesco […]

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Why security demands a software bill of materials

September 24, 2019

If you’ve ever perused the ingredient labels on the groceries you’re buying, you surely can relate to Allan Friedman, who is trying to do for corporate security software what those labels do for food. As the director of cybersecurity at the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Friedman coordinates multiple stakeholders to develop policies […]

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Gold likely to glitter more in October amid festivals like Diwali and Dussehra

September 23, 2019

After surging to a six-year high, spot gold in the international market corrected slightly. However, prices managed to stay above the psychological level of $1,500 an ounce and domestic prices will follow suit. Gold prices spiked due to trade war worries, geopolitical tensions and expectations of policy easing by central banks’ amid the weak global economic outlook. Prices […]

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Gold demand muted in India ahead of festivals

September 22, 2019

BENGALURU/MUMBAI: Physical gold demand was lacklustre in most Asian hubs this week as price dips were not enough to lure in buyers and the Indian retail market saw little activity before a festival season. Global benchmark prices slipped about 1% on Wednesday, moving between $1,484.16 and $1,511.91 an ounce this week. “Demand has slowed down a bit […]

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