Rebranding of Internet.org & conflict of net neutrality

internetInternet.org, available to 18 countries already now, aims at internet connectivity reaching all the unprivileged parts of the world. To make it happen, the privileged parts should use internet.org. The Internet connectivity here does not indicate “complete” connectivity. Along with services of Facebook, it only refers to a bunch of sites offering information on services of health, education and job listings. Since these bunch of sites need Facebook approval, the criticism about Internet.org being against net neutrality arose.
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Booking so easy, you cannot refuse!

Life. Simplified. That’s our aim right? With ever growing list of chores and work, how can one find time to carry out task such as cleaning, getting house painted, repairing,pest control etc?
Furthermore, the unorganized labor market for such  job makes the problem worse.Fortunately, at Gapoon, we have a solution, we have organized the unorganized. That might just be the boon you’ve been waiting for. Couple that with our tech and all you have to do to get every home service is to tap your finger.

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Movies that turned thousand dollar investment to million dollars profits!

clapper-board-152088_640Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, released in 2011 is the most expensive movie till date with a budget of 378.5 million dollars. It made $1.046 billion. It’s not much of a deal if an expensive movie turns out to be a blockbuster. It’s expected to be so since so much has been spent on the production.
But on what factors does a movie’s success depend upon? The Cast? Direction? Story? Script writing? Well it isn’t that easy to point out.Following are some of the movies that will make you realize that money spent is surely not one of them.
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A chocolate contains on an average 4 insects, Yummy!

startThese little, squeaky, crawling pests are present in almost all homes. And they make life really miserable, from your food to that little hole you didn’t fix. Your recklessness will be their home. Here we list some common pests found in places you least expected them to be. It is important to educate oneself & take necessary precautions; as a healthy life starts with a healthy home. Have a look.

 
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8 Silliest Things Searched on Google

mac-459196_640Google is asked over 3.5 billion queries every day. Around 15 to 20 percent of these millions are claimed to be first time searches. Along with creativity this 15-20 percent also includes some of the funniest and bizarre things searched.
When we say “Google knows everything”. It is implied that “everything” includes facts and figures. But some fail to understand this. (:P) Below are the silliest Google searches that are sure to make you doubt your belief in human intelligence.

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When Nikesh Arora wooed us with his witty replies

Nikesh-AroraNikesh Arora is among the posterboy of Indian techno managers who have left a mark on a global scale. A graduate from Institute of technology, BHU (Now finally IIT-BHU), he did his M.S from Boston University and holds MBA from Northeastern University. He’s more famous for being in leadership role at Google. He quit Google on 2014 from position of SVP and Chief Business Officer and joined Softbank where also he became a rockstar and is touted to lead it in near future.

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