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How to Use LinkedIn Messaging to Connect with Active Prospects

LinkedIn recently revealed a spate of new products and features – from a brand-new desktop redesign to online training offerings to how its news feed will become more relevant and responsive to users. But the one nugget that caught my eye (and should catch yours as well, especially if you are a Business Coach, Consultant or anyone else who builds your business around talking with prospects) had to do with LinkedIn Messages. Messaging Goes Mainstream LinkedIn revealed that it’s…

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India’s top startup accelerators and incubators and the startups they helped

Indian accelerators and incubators are brewing the success of many startups. Here are some of the significant ones ndia’s startup scenario is at an all time high. There is no dearth of incubators and accelerators in the country and even big corporations and established companies are starting their own startup programs in India. Not only does this benefit the budding entrepreneurs of the country, it also benefits bigger companies to…

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Terrorism Doesn’t Have a Border: Adnan Sami

New Delhi Singer Adnan Sami, who recently drew flak on Twitter for congratulating Indian soldiers on their surgical strikes across the Line of Control in Jammu and kashmir, says terrorism has no border. “The tweet came out of my heart and I pardon those who criticised me,” Adnan, who is of Pakistani origin but is now an Indian citizen, said at the India Today Safaigiri Awards 2016.  Adnan hailed the…

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Facebook launches ‘lite’ version of Messenger overseas

This version is aimed at emerging markets, where many people use older phones. Facebook is launching a “lite” version of it Messenger chat app. It is aimed at emerging markets, where many people use older phones that don’t have enough room to store or ability to run the full-featured application due to slower internet speeds or other issues. “Messenger Lite” will be available on Android devices in Kenya, Tunisia, Malaysia,…

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TCL Launches 49-Inch Full HD Smart & Digital TV

The TCL FHD television reproduces details and viewing experience, via 1920 x 1080 pixels. TCL announced its new line-up of 4K Ultra HD and Full HD TV series which are available in the Indian market in exclusive partnership with e-commerce website Amazon.in. The TCL FHD television reproduces details and viewing experience, via 1920 x 1080 pixels. Users purchasing TCL FHD Smart and Digital TV models of 49-inches will be entitled at discounted…

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Toyota unveils robot baby in Japan

It is a doe-eyed palm-sized robot dubbed Kirobo Mini. Toyota Motor Corp on Monday unveiled a doe-eyed palm-sized robot, dubbed Kirobo Mini, designed as a synthetic baby companion in Japan, where plummeting birth rates have left many women childless. Toyota’s non-automotive venture aims to tap a demographic trend that has put Japan at the forefront of aging among the world’s industrial nations, resulting in a population contraction unprecedented for a…

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BCCI open to DRS provided it’s foolproof, says chief Anurag Thakur

* No other team barring India opposes DRS * Why change if umpires and DRS are giving same results? asks Thakur * Willing to adapt with digital tech The BCCI chief Anurag Thakur today indicated that the Board is open to implementing the controversial Decision Review System provided the technology reaches close to the level of perfection. Stressing that they are ‘not unwilling’ to implement DRS, Thakur today said he…

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Lenovo launches all-new lineup of laptops ahead of the festive season

Across multimedia, gaming and slim laptops, Lenovo refreshes their range Lenovo has unveiled a refreshed series of laptops within their Ideapad and Yoga lineup, along with a hybrid 2-in-1 detachable device. These devices are sport new-gen hardware from Intel and Nvidia, with features that are aimed at multimedia and power users. Ideapad 310 and 510 With special focus on the graphics and audio subsystems, these general-purpose laptops are aimed at…

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Here’s Why Round-The-Clock Tweets, Status Updates And Snapchats Aren’t Good For You

Social media is quite addictive, and has some serious impact on mental health. Here’s why. It is an addiction Studies have shown that more than 50% of teenagers log in to social media sites multiple times a day and few institutes have even created a scale to measure that addiction. These studies around the world say that if you use Facebook and Twitter to solve your personal issues then it’s…

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India’s ‘Biggest’ Spectrum Auction Starts

India’s biggest auction of telecom spectrum kicked off on Saturday morning with seven operators in fray for a total of 2,354.55 MHz across seven bands, towards which a reserve price of Rs 5.66 lakh crore ($85 billion) has been fixed by the government. The companies that are participating in the auction are Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India, Reliance Jio Infocomm, Reliance Communications, Idea Cellular, Aircel and Tata Tele — who have…

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This brother-sister duo wants to marry each other

Brother and sister were so madly in love that they decided to marry each other irrespective of what the society thought. When their family members tried to stop them they went to police seeking help. Family members tried to convince them in the police station but they remained stubborn on their decision. Eventually the police said that they both are adult and no law can stop them from getting married….

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War can wait, writes Priyanka Chaturvedi

The battle lines are drawn. The Retd. Generals on both sides of the border are war-ready. Defence ministers on both sides are competing in declaring the other country ‘hell’. People are screaming for action and as if almost on cue, some news channels have declared war. Yes, all the crash, boom, bang you hear right now, is coming from a TV newsroom. They use payback, revenge, war, bombs and nukes…

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