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who all is in harborne academy?
who else is here from school?
My teacher sent me ...
POV: your here because it’s a assignment
who else is watching dojo whilst this is playing in the background
आज हम चर्चा कर
आज हम चर्चा कर रहे है Share बाजार पर, कहा जाता है देश का शेयर बाजार उसकी इकॉनमी को दर्शाता है. हाल ही में Sensex ने नया रिकॉर्ड पार किया था जो था 50,000 का स्तर वहीँ Nifty ने आज 15000 का all-time-high छुआ, इसी तेज़ी की वजह पर आज दिग्गजों से करेंगे चर्चा और साथ में यह भी जानेंगे की आपके लिए कहाँ निवेश करना ज़रूरी है और कैसे मिलेगा उस निवेश से फायदा
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Sir wat about mahendra epc call from you and all other expert in last 3 to 8 months in July 10 tgt given 225...250 but in last 8 months tgt is in minus all call failed then can we hold or average please reply sir
Indian bank 130.5 ..300 sharw...please guide
What a joke market see 16 to 18 months forward then why market did not fall 6 months before corona
Our share of foreign trade has been going down since 2013 source UNCTAD.
Nifty 15000 ke uper close nahi hua he
Reverse Ho sakta he 15030 se
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Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/07/01/Tweeting_The_Revolution
Jeffrey Goldberg and Andrew Sullivan discuss the reliability of Twitter postings as a source for news of events in Iran. Sullivan takes them as true, first-person accounts on the ground while Goldberg defends the necessity of a reporter to investigate and gather more background information.
Atlantic writers Andrew Sullivan, James Fallows, and Jeffrey Goldberg discuss the ways new social networking technology, like Twitter, enabled massive and fast organization of protests in Iran following the results of the recent election. Mark Whitaker moderates the discussion. - Aspen Ideas Festival
Jeffrey Goldberg is an author and a staff writer for The Atlantic Monthly, having previously worked for The New Yorker. Goldberg has written extensively on foreign affairs, with a focus on the Middle East and Africa. Previously, he was a writer for the New York Times Magazine, covering the Middle East and Africa. He began his career as a police reporter for the Washington Post.
Andrew Michael Sullivan (born August 10, 1963) is a British blogger, author, and political commentator. Born and raised in England, he has lived in the United States since 1984 and currently resides in Washington, D.C. and Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Sullivan is known for his distinctive personal-political identity. He is gay, a Roman Catholic, and a non-U.S. citizen who focuses on American political life.
Sullivan is sometimes considered a pioneer in political weblog journalism, since he was one of the first prominent political journalists in the United States to start his own personal blog. Sullivan wrote his blog for a year at Time Magazine, shifting on 1 February 2007 to The Atlantic, where it received approximately 40 million page views in the first year. He is the former editor of The New Republic and the author of five books.
Twitter is about as reliable as any of the major news stations so I don't see what the big deal is. Professional journalism is rare indeed.
Problem is how much power the internet has to fake news. I don't think I need to explain, since anyone who's heard of rumors of death and "number of child molestations" has probably heard of how the news picks up fake stories.
I completely agree, my point however is that most news stations are either too timid to tell the news how it is, especially concerning politics, or they are flat out dishonest and spin the facts in favor of what ever political views they might have. News stations should in my opinion stick to the original neutral journalism without expressing any political or even religious affiliations, not like it is today in many cases.