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CES Starts With No Code Of Conduct Or Lead Female Speakers

The premier yearly gathering of the tech sector starts this week with no female leading the sessions of keynote and no code of conduct that may avoid events of sexual pestering, in spite of efforts by managers to transmit the show as a more comprehensive event. CES, the showcase for the newest user electronics from self-driving cars to televisions, is familiar for mostly women models dubbed as “booth babes” and

Trump Effect—Hafiz Saeed Blacklisted By Pak

The US President, Donald Trump’s scathing remarks on Pakistan’s double standards on terrorism seems to have had the right effect. Pakistan has henceforth added Hafiz Saeed’s ‘Jamaat-ud-Dawah’ (JuD) to its list of banned outfits. The warning was put in the form of an advertisement in all the major Urdu newspapers of the country. The advertisement included 72 groups in the list of banned outfits and the name of JuD, Lashkar-e-Tabia,

Air Asia India Smells Recruitment Fraud, Warns Job Seekers

Air Asia authority has declared a warning signal for the job aspirants that they might get muddled in a group of frauds with an expectation to get a job in the airline’s company. This group might ask to conduct an online interview in exchange for fees, which is a new way of conning people. The airlines company is not conducting any such interviews and is not sending emails to the

Beer To Gain The Traction Of Guzzlers In Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

There has been a considerable shift in the demand for the frizzy beer in comparison with other hard liquor in Bhopal and other cities across Madhya Pradesh. The excise department shows the figures with 10% of hike in beer consumption in Bhopal whereas the ratio dropped by 2% for hard liquor consumption. The scenario is similar for Vidisha, Betul, Sehore, Hoshangabad, Rajgarh, Harda and Raisen towns. Apart from the excise

Smaller Cities Are Getting An Edge Over Metros In Terms Of Smartphone Sales

Sales of handsets in smaller towns and cities increased at a quicker speed than in tier I cities and the metros, over taking the in general market rate last year and reversing a trend of past years, research organizations claimed. The tendency is expected to carry on this year since brands such as Lenovo, Xiaomi, Vivo, and Oppo penetrate more into smaller towns and cities to augment sales, analysts claimed.

Atal Pension Yojna To Be Linked With Aadhaar By A Form Filing From The New Year

The service provider of APY (Atal Pension Yojna) has been requested by the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) to link the subscribers with their Aadhaar accounts by revising the consent form from Monday, i.e., January 1, 2018. The government’s social security initiative, Atal Pension Yojna is a promising scheme. The PFRDA (Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority) mention in the circular that the meetings were conducted in the

Cops Cancel Jignesh Mevani, Umar Khalid’s Mumbai Event Day After Bandh

The Mumbai Police has cancelled an event, which would have been attended by Jignesh Mevani, the recently chosen Gujarat MLA and Dalit activist and Umar Khalid the student leader of Jawaharlal University of Delhi. The two have been charged for creating unrest and giving enmity speeches. An FIR has been registered against both Umar Khalid and Jignesh Mevani under various sections, i.e., section 153, under section 505 and section 117

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

Pakistan Claims That India Rejected The Visas Of Pakistani To Visit Their Pilgrims

Pakistan accuses India on December 30, 2017, for denying permits for the visa application of one hundred and ninety-two (Pakistani Zaireen) who had planned to partake in the pilgrim of Urs of Hazrat Khawaja Nizamuddin Aulia in Delhi that is scheduled from January 1 to January 8. Under the 1974 provision of Pakistan–India protocol, the visits were supposed to happen, the provision states the visits of religious shrines is an

5 Brave Hearts Sacrificed...Terror Attack In Pulwama

A terrorist group launched an attack on a CRPF training center in Pulwama on the occasion of the New Year. As per the reports, five security personnel laid their lives in Jammu and Kashmir and two terrorists have been killed. A combined operation is set for a third one. Jaish-e-Mohammed, the Pakistan-born terror group has taken charge of the responsibility for the attack. Noor Mohammad Tantray or “Chhota Noora”, one