Thursday, October 29, 2015

Twitter has increased user follow limit from 2,000 to 5,000 accounts

Twitter has increased user follow limit from 2,000 to 5,000 accounts


    "SC prods Centre on uniform Civil code" headlines the Economic Times, expressing concern over discrimination faced by Muslim women due to arbitrary divorces & second marriages while the first marriages subsisted. The Hindustan Times says, "SC wants to examine Muslim personal law".
    India jumps 12 spots on world Bank's ease of doing biz list is the Business Standard headline: Singapore retained the top spot followed by New Zealand, Denmark & South Korea.
    The Pioneer reports that in the 3rd India-Africa Forum Summit, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has urged 54 African countries to combat global menace of terrorism.
    Another report in Pioneer says that as much as 27 percent of the publishers of fake scientific journals are from India.
    In National interest, Scrap quota in higher educational institutions says, the Supreme Court - that makes the front page story in the Indian Express.
    A new pilot project E-Sahyog has been launched by the government to provide an online mechanism to resolve a mismatch in their income tax return is an Asian Age front page story.
    The Hindu reports that a cash-strapped Ministry of Science and Technology has mandated organizations involved in scientific research to start self financing project  and develop a revenue model in a business like manner with a clear cost benefit analysis.
    And Finally, The Asian Age carries 2 colorful pictures on its front page one of Mark Zuckerberg, founder & CEO of Facebook with the Taj Mahal in the background and another one of Geeta the deaf-mute lady who is now back in India meeting President Pranab Mukherjee.

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