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Instagram Warns Users not to Use Embedded Photos on Third-Party Websites

Instagram has made it clear that people will need permission to use embedded photos of other Instagram users on third-party websites or platforms as...

Photographs Capture Social, Biological Facets of Menstruation

Hard-hitting photographs by lensman Niraj Gera on menstrual hygiene and the associated social stigma are on view at the Lalit Kala Akademi here. Gera, who had previously done a photographic...

Ongoing Exhibition in Delhi is an overwhelming Pictorial Tale of Chanderi silk

New Delhi, April 29, 2017: The overwhelming story of Chanderi silk is symbolically represented in an ongoing exhibition here under the Neel Dongre Grants for...

For the First Time, Indian Embassy in Cairo organises Yoga Championship in Egypt

The First Yoga Championship in Cairo was held on the eve of the holy month of Ramadan on June 5 The youngest Yoga...

SC says no to politicians’ photos on government ads; here’s what common man has to say

By NewsGram Staff Writer The Supreme Court has come up with a new guideline today, which prohibits the government and its agencies from using pictures...

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By Puja Gupta Foul breath can be a very embarrassing, putting one in an uncomfortable position. With a little bit of care, this common condition...

WhatsApp Launches ‘Search the Web’ Option to Cross-Check Forwarded Messages

WhatsApp has launched a new 'Search the Web' option that will enable users to check information shared to them via a forwarded message. The 'Search...

Early Blood Test Can Detect Baby Brain Damage Just Hours After Birth

Researchers, including one of Indian origin, have found that an early blood test could detect which babies deprived of oxygen at birth are at...

Lockdown ‘Significantly Raised’ Mental Health Challenges: Researchers

Coronavirus and the imposition of lockdown this year 'significantly raised' mental health challenges, particularly so for the most vulnerable groups, say researchers. The study, published...