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By Nidhi Singh

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1. Netflix, Amazon beware! YouTube is all set to start its paid subscription service for scripted series and original video content in India and other countries.

2. Good news coming in from the FMCG sector. After being declared fourth most valued company in Indian stock market, ITC has now become the highest valued FMCG company in India.

3. India is going all out to curb fake news. A team of experts from Delhi's Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology are working on an application which will help in differentiating real news from hoaxes.

4. Life is all about persistence! A homeless web developer became an overnight sensation when he distributed his resume on the streets of Silicon Valley and ended up receiving job offers from Google & Netflix.

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Nidhi Singh

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