CCI keeping close watch on Ecomm’s deep discounts
Ecommerce platforms, such as Amazon and Flipkart, are getting ready to launch big sales in the upcoming festival period.
Mass EVM tampering difficult to do: US expert
Ahead of the counting of votes in India, allegations were levelled by some parties that EVMs we...
Northeast high-value cash deals under I-T lens
The task force will submit its preliminary findings within a month and strict action will be i...
Election Commission doubles central forces in phase-2 polls in Bengal
EC has deployed around 15,000 troopers for 5,390 booths in the second phase; in the first, there were around 6,000 troopers for 3,844 booths.
Modi factor writ large across country during 1st phase of polls: Arun Jaitley
Arun Jaitley said the Opposition's false campaign on Rafale did not carry much weight.
Call on increasing VVPAT-EVM count after report
VVPAT or paper trail machine is a device which dispenses a slip with the symbol of the party for which a person has voted for.
Syed Shuja charges Congress conspiracy: Prasad, Sibal seeks investigation
“There should be an inquiry into charges he (Shuja) has made. It is important to ascertain whether the charges are right or not.
EC, its technical expert committee member & ECIL tear into Syed Shuja’s claims
While the EC moved an FIR against Syed Shuja, Electronics Corporation of India Ltd (ECIL) said he never worked for the EVM manufacturer as he had claimed.
EC preparing to lodge FIR and press criminal charges against Syed Shuja
Section 505 1(b) pertains to statements related to public mischief “with intent to cause, or which is likely to cause, fear or alarm to the public”.
FM Arun Jaitley rubbishes EVM rigging allegations
Jaitley said after Rafale and the "non-existent" loan waiver to 15 industrialists, "the next big lie – EVM hacking".
Two of three govts thrown out in India, world's highest rate of anti-incumbency: Ruchir Sharma
While one fact reflects the strength of India's democracy, the other points to its drawbacks, said the New York based columnist and economist.
Sebi initiated probe in 117 new cases in FY'18
The cases were related to alleged violation of securities law including market manipulation and price rigging.
Google Picasa: How Manipur shows the way to battle electoral fraud
By using everything from face-recognition software to satellite mapping, Manipur shows the way in using technology to battle electoral fraud.
Publishing voters' list may undergo change after data privacy law
EC website publishes a list of registered voters and their personal details including gender and voter ID, both of which are considered sensitive personal information.
View: The rising discontent with development
The current global economic structure has inherent tendencies towards concentration of wealth in the hands of the few. And when this skew occurs in conjunction with a slowdown, its presence is felt more acutely. So, it is not a coincidence that the rise in protests across the globe is taking place at a time when the IMF warns of a slowdown in 90% of the world.
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