Bengal Considering Blockchain To Defend Records Amassed Online

The Government of West Bengal is aiming to roll out the blockchain tech to safeguard its documents from cyber assaults. The projected Cyber Security Centre of Excellence of the state government might be assigned to conduct the new mechanism of blockchain at different departments, a senior executive of the Department for Information Technology claimed to the media in an interview. Blockchain is an online ledger of digitally recorded payments that

Kawasaki Vulcan S Launched, Offered at Rs.5.44 Lakh

Kawasaki Vulcan S cruiser motorcycle was launched today by India Kawasaki. The motorcycle has been priced at Rs. 5.44 lakh. Vulcan S is the first cruiser motorcycle from Kawasaki in India and would be unveiled at the upcoming 2018 Auto Expo. Bookings for the new Kawasaki Vulcan S have begun in India and interested buyers can contact the nearest dealers for booking. Vulcan S will be available only in flat

Against The Acquittal Of Rajesh And Nupur Talvar, Hemraj’s Wife Moves To Supreme Court

Giving the couple benefit of doubt, the Allahabad High Court has given a green chit to Rajesh and Nupur Talvar acquitting them from the murder of their daughter Arushi and house helper Hemraj. However, their helper’s wife has moved to Supreme court against High court’s decision. The widow of Hemraj, Kumkala Banjade said, “I am not surprised but I am sad that the court had let the Talvar couple walk

Communicable Diseases Drive To Be Launched By The Kerala Government In January 2018

An extensive drive against the communicable diseases is to be driven and launched by the Kerala government in the 1st month of the New Year. TP Ramakrishnan, the Excise and Labor Minister, will introduce the 2018 Arogya Jagratha project. The State Health Department issued the directive; on that basis, the decision to launch the drive against the communicable disease was taken to control and prevent the number of death cases

BJP Members Doesn’t Respond To PM Modi’s “Namaste” On The NaMo App

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday in the parliamentary meeting of BJP stated that his morning greetings weren’t responded while taking the legislators of the party to the task. The PM is reported to be annoyed by his party members for not replying to his other messages and the greeting “Namaste” on the app NaMo. Narendra Modi reports to the party members in the meeting that every morning he greets

Art Therapies Helps Reduce The Stress As Per Pune Experts

The founder of Earthlings, Dr Khushboo Shah, mentions that expressive art therapy or the art therapy induces the various mediums through the hidden art including dance, paint, coloring, playing with materials or craft helps to reduce your stress levels. For few people, the solo sessions with the doctors can get messy or scary but expressive art therapies help the doctor and patient to bond well and open up with their

BMC Wakes Up After the Tragedy

Friday was a black day for Mumbai after the massive fire outburst in a restaurant in Kamala Mills in Lower Parel. After this, unfortunate incident wherein 14 people were engulfed in a fire, Mumbai’s civic body Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, this morning started demolishing illegal constructions. The BMC is bent on taking strict action against at least six restaurants. As per a BMC official, “illegal roofs” of two restaurants named ‘Skyview

This Is How The Ocean Looks From Space

Researchers recently have revealed the equivalent of smoke rings in the Tasman Sea, which they feel may pull up small marine beings and carry them at a high speed and for long distances across the ocean. The scientists spotted the rings by analyzing the sea level measurements, which was taken from satellites together with the sea surface temperature images from the same time and place. Chris Hughes, professor at the

Indian Fishermen Released From Pakistan Through The Wagah Border

Pakistani authorities released 145 Indian fishermen from the Pakistani jail on Friday through the Wagah Border into India. The fishermen were provided with Rs 5,000 to each of the fishermen along with clothes by the Edhi Foundation while departure them in the morning via train from Karachi. Muhammad Younas, the spokesman for the Edhi Lahore, mentioned that the fishermen were given lunch prior to crossing the border into their nation,

Class Action TCS In US

One of India’s leading software giants, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is facing legal proceedings in the US. The company is alleged to be biased against American workers. As per Bloomberg report, a federal judge in California rejected the request of TCS to dismiss a 2015 legal trial that condemned it of breaching anti-discrimination laws by being biased to South Asian workers. The worries of the software giant were further aggravated