Facebook adds `Satire` tag to fun articles

For those who like parody news outlet The Onion and post those fun articles on Facebook, the social media website is going to add a "satire" tag with their news feed.

Man-robot duo owns 2.3m articles on Wikipedia

Swedish physicist Sverker Johansson reportedly adds more than 10,000 articles to Wikipedia every day, and has contributed 2.7 million articles which constitutes for 8.5 percent of Wikipedia.

Facebook updates News Feed to show more `high quality content`

Facebook has reportedly updated its News Feed to show more high quality content to its users, including news articles and current events.

New Algorithm assessing quality of Wikipedia articles

An algorithm is assessing the quality of Wikipedia articles, which will reassure visitors about the content of site.

HC notice to Centre on freedom movement articles

The Lucknow bench gave two weeks time to the Centre`s counsel to seek instruction on the litigation filed by a local lawyer Moti Lal Yadav.

CBI seeks possession of articles in Prajapati encounter case

The CBI probing the
2006 Tulsi Prajapati fake encounter case on Wednesday filed an
application in a fast track court seeking access to seized
articles related to the case.

Delhi: Fungus found in samples of food articles

Fungus, acid insoluble ash and
toxic particles were found in samples of food articles
prepared from contaminated buck wheat, consuming which one
person had died and around 200 people fell ill in the city
earlier this month.

Al Qaeda magazine to encourage ‘individual jihad’

Al Qaeda has posted a series of online articles, giving terrorists tips on how to kill westerners.

Higher prices of food articles pushing inflation up: Pranab

Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee
attributed the 4.78 per cent spurt in inflation in November to
rising prices of food articles.

Govt planning to declare Mahatma`s articles as antiquities

The government is planning to declare articles owned by Mahatma Gandhi as
antiquities that will entail compulsory registration of such
items by whosoever possesses them.

Obama approves sale of defence articles to Maldives

US President Barack Obama has approved sale of defence articles and services to the tiny Island nation of Maldives.

Wikipedia`s English version crosses 3 million articles mark

More than three years after it was launched, online encyclopedia Wikipedia has crossed the three million articles mark in English.