17 Aug 2021 1:21:05 PM Newshound India Desk
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After more than 24 hours of negotiations to use the airstrip, an Indian Air Force C-17 heavy-lift aircraft brought back 120 diplomats, security personnel, journalists and other officials this morning. [...]

09 Aug 2021 6:48:17 PM Newshound India Desk
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The event, organised by a group called 'Bharat Jodo Andolan', demanded the end of "colonial-era laws" by implementing a Uniform Civil Code. [...]

31 Jul 2021 11:54:29 AM Newshound India Desk
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The Pegasus spyware can enter a victim's phone through a corrupted link received via email or text. It can then send every last piece of data on the phone to an untraceable server. The spyware can also use the hacked phone's camera and mic to record conversations. [...]

23 Jul 2021 11:40:00 PM Newshound India Desk
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"The whole exchange lasted 5-10 minutes," The Wire editor S Varadarajan said to The News Minute. "The policeman was asking very odd questions. He even asked that we give it in writing that Vinod Dua, Arfa Khanum and Swara Bhasker don't work for The Wire. My colleague refused. What does all this have to do with routine verification?" [...]

19 Jul 2021 10:58:52 PM Newshound India Desk
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This is the second time that Pegasus has been associated with telephone surveillance. Its parent company NSO has denied any knowledge of its software being used to hack the devices of journalists and activists. [...]

16 Jul 2021 7:06:54 PM Newshound India Desk
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Working for Reuters since 2010, Siddiqui covered the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Rohingya refugees crisis, the Hong Kong protests and Nepal earthquakes. [...]

06 Jul 2021 3:09:14 PM Newshound India Desk
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The open-source website, hosted on software development platform Github, reportedly selected images of women along with their name and Twitter handle - without their consent - and gave the user the option of sharing the image with the title: "Your sulli deal of the day is". [...]

20 Jun 2021 11:17:06 AM Newshound India Desk
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The last anyone knew of the story was that on December 23, 1948, caskets carrying the bodies of Tojo and the six others executed by the US for war crimes were loaded on a 2.5-ton truck and taken out of the prison after fingerprinting for verification. The seven were refused traditional Japanese funeral rites and their bodies were never seen again. [...]

11 Jun 2021 6:57:39 PM Newshound India Desk
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Parking lots of metro, railway and bus stations, shopping malls, hospitals, office complexes, apartments and even cafes or rental outlets could be ideal spots for setting up these chargers. As long as a place has access to a 220-volt, 15-ampere power line, a charger point can be set up. [...]

08 Jun 2021 10:21:34 AM Newshound India Desk
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The digital applications created by agri-tech startups are helping farmers by connecting them with other farmers from different regions. These platforms are enabling farmers to share their issues, problems, suggestions and pictures, and helping them discover the necessary solutions and suggestions from domain experts. [...]