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Meta removes Facebook News, to stop paying news publishers

Meta removes Facebook News, to stop paying news publishers

Meta has announced not to enter into new commercial deals for traditional news content in Australia, France and Germany, and will not offer new Facebook products specifically for news publishers in the future. In early April, the company will kill Facebook News, a dedicated tab for news content, in the US and Australia.

Sensex jumps more than 1,000 points on impressive GDP numbers

Sensex jumps more than 1,000 points on impressive GDP numbers

BSE Sensex jumped more than 1,000 points on Friday reacting to India’s impressive GDP numbers. Sensex was trading up by 1045.99 points up by 1.44 per cent at 73,549.64 points.

'AAP' leader shot dead

'AAP' leader shot dead

Aam Aadmi Party leader Gurpreet Singh Gopi, resident of Chohla Sahib, belonging to Khadur Sahib constituency of Tarn Taran district was shot dead. His car stopped near the railway gate near Goindwal Sahib, during which the assailants in the car started firing indiscriminately, due to which Gurpreet Singh Gopi died on the spot. 

UT Cricket Association Chandigarh has changed the registration rules of players

UT Cricket Association Chandigarh has changed the registration rules of players

UT Cricket Association Chandigarh has taken a new decision to give more opportunities to local players. Now it will not be easy for cricketers from outside states to get admission in UTCA. The UT Cricket Association is preparing to implement rules for registration for the 2024-25 season. This decision has been taken in an important meeting of the top officials of the UT Cricket Association.

Proceedings of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha started, the Congress made a loud noise

Proceedings of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha started, the Congress made a loud noise

The budget session of Punjab Vidhan Sabha has started. This session will continue till March 15. As soon as the Governor started reading his speech, the Congress MLAs raised loud slogans strongly opposing it. Congress MLAs raised slogans about the issue of farmers.

Russia ready to return crash victims' bodies to Ukraine

Russia ready to return crash victims' bodies to Ukraine

Russia has expressed its readiness to transfer the bodies of those who perished in the crash of a military Il-76 aircraft in the Belgorod region to Ukraine, local media reported on Friday. "Yes, we are prepared. Everything necessary from a procedural standpoint is in place," Russian Human Rights Commissioner Tatyana Moskalkova was quoted as saying.

Sensex jumps more than 700 points after impressive GDP numbers

Sensex jumps more than 700 points after impressive GDP numbers

The main factor influencing the market is likely to be the better-than-expected Q3 GDP growth number which has come at an impressive 8.4 per cent, says V.K. Vijayakumar, Chief Investment Strategist, Geojit Financial Services. However, it is important to note that the GVA has come on expected lines at 6.5 per cent. The difference between GDP growth and GVA is due to the excellent 32 per cent growth in net indirect taxes, he said.

Himachal political crisis: Cabinet minister Vikramaditya meets rebels

Himachal political crisis: Cabinet minister Vikramaditya meets rebels

The "political crisis" in the Congress government in Himachal Pradesh seems yet to be over as Cabinet minister Vikramaditya Singh, who too raised a "banner of revolt" against Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu, on Friday reached Delhi after meeting rebel MLAs in Chandigarh.

BJP worker hacked to death in Karnataka, family suspects 'supari' killing

BJP worker hacked to death in Karnataka, family suspects 'supari' killing

A BJP worker was hacked to death in Karnataka's Kalaburagi district, said police on Friday. The family has suspected it to be a case of 'supari' (contract) killing. The deceased, identified as Girish Chakra, was the right-hand man of BJP MP Dr. Umesh Jadhav from Kalaburagi. The incident occurred in the Saganura village near Afzalpur taluk.

Gulshan Devaiah shares his prep for role in action series with Anurag Kashyap

Gulshan Devaiah shares his prep for role in action series with Anurag Kashyap

Actor Gulshan Devaiah, who will be seen playing a police officer in an yet-untitled action series, has talked about what went into the character preparation to bring authenticity to his role. Gulshan said: "We are in the middle of filming this 8 episode series, and it's been both enormously fun and painful."

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