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Tiny Bytes: Kerala Blasters vs Jamshedpur, Facebook startup training hubs and more

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Welcome to Tiny Bytes, a look at some of the top news for little minds.

ISL Season 4: Kerala Blasters need early goal to tame wily Jamshedpur

Kerala Blasters face a tricky test against Jamshedpur FC in their second match of Indian Super League Season 4 at Kochi on today. Blasters were lucky to escape with a point from their drawn opening encounter against defending champions ATK. New entrants Jamshedpur, too, played out a goalless draw against NorthEast United in an away tie in their opening fixture. Click here to read the full story

'Past is past,' Tibet wants to stay with China: Dalai Lama

Kolkata: Tibet does not seek independence from China but wants greater development, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said here on Thursday. China and Tibet enjoyed a close relationship, though there were occasional 'fights,' he said at an interactive session organized by the Indian Chamber of Commerce.

"The past is past. We will have to look into the future," he said. He stressed that Tibetans wanted to stay with China. Click here to read more

Facebook startup training hubs to be rolled out in India first

Social networking giant Facebook on Wednesday said it expects to train about five lakh people in India on digital skills by 2020 and has unveiled two programs designed for individuals and startups. The two programmes - Facebook Digital Training and Facebook Startup Training Hubs - are being rolled out in India before any other country.

Facebook, which counts India as its largest user base after the US, has 217 million users here. About 4 million small businesses have their pages on the social networking platform. Click here to read more

Rajkummar-starrer 'Newton' wins two honors at APSA

India's Oscar entry Newton secured two wins at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards in Brisbane on Thursday, with Rajkummar Rao winning the best actor and Mayank Tewari and Amit V. Masurkar claiming the best screenplay honor. Manipuri movie Lady of the Lake won a special mention. Click here to read the full story

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