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Indian Origin Activist Arrested In The US

Protests by Indo-Americans against the arrest of Ravi Ragbir. Ravi Ragbir was detained by US officials on Friday at the Jacob Javits Federal Building. He was arrested during the routine check in with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), decision of immediate deportation was followed by protests by the locals of New York, his followers and fans who are both from Indian and American background. Ravi Ragbir is an activist of

US East Coast To hit by "Bomb Cyclone"

There has been challenging cold in the eastern zone of the United States for the past ten days. But, the most severe winter weather situations are yet to come to this area late this week. It is forecasted that first, a large and commanding storm will hammer the coastal locations from Georgia to Maine with ice and snow and by Thursday, the busting storm will take the form of a

Just 1/4th Of Public Transportations In City Have Functional GPS

Almost 75% of all public service cars in Delhi comprising taxis, autorickshaws, school vehicles, and buses do not have efficient GPS gadgets. This leaves them unsafe and untraceable, the recent synopsis report by the transport department of Delhi Government exposes. “This is a huge issue for us as it includes the safety of travelers sitting in these cars,” an official of transport department claimed to the media. GPS is a

Here's Why Alibaba Has Been Obliged To Apologies

Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, has come below fire over its managing of consumer information in an incident that underlines increasing worries for privacy in the hyper-digitized nation. Ant Financial, the Alibaba associate, was obliged to apologies last week after consumers claimed that they felt deceived into permitting its service of Alipay to share information on their habits of spending with other third-party offerings and its credit-scoring arm. Managed by

Laser And Rainbow Themed Fireworks Welcoming New Year In Dubai

Sydney Australia’s largest city is preparing to welcome the New Year 2018 with mesmerizing firework themed in Rainbow and Laser shows. With nearly millions of guests are prepared to witness the lightning show in the dark sky while celebrating the New Year’s Eve. The Sydney’s lord mayor Clover Moore says that the Sydney is celebrating the marriage equality with a Yes while mentioning that this is the best way to

Two Rajasthan Professors Called To Review “Padmavati” By Central Board Of Film Certification

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) recently invited the two professors based from Rajasthan to review “Padmavati” the Sanjay Leela Bhansali film while being a part of the review panel. The two Rajasthan professors are B L Gupta, a retired professor from the Rajasthan University and the other is R S Khangarot, the principal in the Agarwal College, Jaipur. Prasoon Joshi, the chief of censor board had given a

Freedom From Triple Talak

The landmark bill has now been passed in the Lok Sabha that makes instant “triple talaq” a criminal offence. A three-year jail term has been conditioned for a Muslim man who utters the word “talaq” thrice to divorce his wife. The bill would be introduced in the Rajya Sabha, on Monday or Tuesday, where it may face opposition from several parties.   Here are the top 10 advancements in this

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

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

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,