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Peaceful Republic Day in Valley amid tightened security
Observing a strike, locals in Kashmir preferred to stay indoors. The armed forces too sealed all roads leading to the venue of RDay function in Srinagar. Concertina wires and barricades were spread on all major inter-sections to stop any movement of pedestrians or vehicles.
PM Modi’s nationalism masks a bad economy, protesters say
About 30% of Indian youth aged 15-29 are not in employment, education or training.
Zensar trims retail portfolio, to focus better on core
The IT company decides to focus on three core areas-- high-tech manufacturing, infrast...
CDSL Q3 profit drops 24%, income rises 10%
CDSL said it has taken a one-time charge for a non-recurring previous years' anticipated statutory liability of Rs 10.56 crore.
NSCN-IM terror funding case: NIA has been acting with impunity and intensified its activities, alleged NSCN-IM
NSCN-IM alleges that NIA has been acting with impunity and intensified its activities particularly after the ultimatum served by the Government of India (goi) interlocutor in July, 2019 and the deliberate rejection of the Framework agreement (FA) principle wherein the sovereign rights of the Naga people to use its national flag and constitution has been officially acknowledged.
Surveillance tech firms cash in as govt agencies have a look in
Central and state governments across the country have started using surveillance recognition technology to identify criminals, missing persons and dead bodies. Some states are even using software tools to mine data on social media to check for potential threats to law and order.
Supreme Court to hear plea against imposition of NSA amid anti-CAA protests
Anil Baijal on Jan 10 extended detaining powers to Delhi Police under the NSA for a three-month period starting January 19. This allows police to detain a person for 12 months without trial. Sharma has made the Ministry of Home Affairs and the governments of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Manipur parties to the plea.
SC refuses to entertain plea against imposition of NSA amid anti-CAA protests
A Supreme Court bench comprising Arun Mishra and Indira Banerjee, refused to entertain a plea challenging the imposition of the National Security Act (NSA) amid the ongoing anti-CAA protests. The bench asked the petitioner to file a fresh petition or an interim application in pending pleas on CAA giving specific details of violations of NSA.
National database of workers in informal sector in the works
The Bill seeks to empower the central government to formulate and notify, from time to time, suitable welfare schemes for unorganised workers on matters related to life and disability cover; health and maternity benefits; old-age protection; education; housing or any other benefit.
NCP says Pawar's security at Delhi home 'withdrawn', flays BJP
Maharashtra minister and NCP's chief spokesperson Nawab Malik said party leaders cannot be scared off with such a move.
Government allocates Rs 232 crore for infrastructure development of CAPFs
The CAPFs, which are the backbone of internal security, are pressed into service in anti-naxal, anti-terror and anti-insurgency operations across the country in addition to law and order duties in states and work in difficult circumstances away from their families.
Some voters don't realise importance of right to exercise franchise: President Kovind
Addressing an event on National Voters' Day marking the establishment of the Election Commission in 1950, the President said from the very first general election to the 17th Lok Sabha polls held last year, voters have increased the credibility of Indian democracy all over the world.
Experts write to government on cyber fixes
Last year, the government said it planned to release a new Cybersecurity Strategy to keep up with the changing nature of technologies, platforms and threats. Technology policy think tanks and digital freedom advocates have written to the National Security Council Secretariat urging stronger encryption requirements.
Budget: Life insurance industry expects govt to make annuities tax free, widen section 80C
The tax burden on the individual is too high when considering an essential product like life insurance and reduces their ability to have the right coverage.
Worse Off Half: Spouses of H-1B workers tensely await their fate to work in US
Trump wants to strike down a rule brought in by Obama that allowed H4 visa holders to work.
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