Maharashtra to probe ‘snooping’; NIA takes over Koregaon case
“The cyber cell of the Maharashtra police has been asked to look into complaints from different quarters on the phone tapping/snooping," home minister Anil Deshmukh told. However, the Centre chose NIA to pursue the Bhima-Koregaon case, where activists and lawyers have been charged with sedition and left-wing extremism.
Sebi to hire independent agencies to dispose of attached assets
The Securities and Exchange Board of India said bids can be submitted by Febr...
Centre transferred Koregaon-Bhima probe to NIA without state's consent: Deshmukh
Deshmukh tweeted on Friday evening that the Centre took this...
2020 Tokyo Olympics medal prediction: India expected to be among biggest gainers
That's the easy part in a forecast done by Gracenote Sports about which countries will win the most Olympic medals. Gracenote supplies analysis for leagues around the world and has had a solid track record forecasting recent Olympics. The United States and China are easy to handle. The tough part is figuring out how to deal with Russia.
Agencies may need court order to trace social media messages
Social media intermediaries — with more than 5 million registered users — have to trace the original sender of a message when asked by a government agency armed with an order from a judicial magistrate court or a higher court.
Sebi considering use of AI to curb market manipulation
Market regulator Sebi is considering the use of artificial intelligence and other advanced technology to curb market manipulation, its chair...
NIA probes disgraced DSP Davinder Singh, taken to undisclosed location
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has brought the disgraced Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Davinder Singh to Jammu for investig...
Case against Azharuddin, 2 others for 'cheating' travel agent
A case has been registered against former Indian cricketer Mohammed Azharuddin and two others here in Maharashtra after a travel agent lodged a police complaint alleging that they cheated him to the tune of Rs 20.96 lakh, an official said on Thursday.
69% of routine work currently done by managers will be completely automated by 2024: Gartner
"Currently, managers often need to spend time filling in forms, updating information and approving workflows. By using AI to automate these tasks, they can spend less time managing transactions and can invest more time on learning, performance management and goal setting," Helen Poitevin, research vice- president at Gartner, said.
What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Net-net, foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) were sellers of domestic stocks to the tune of Rs 176 crore on Wednesday, data available with NSE suggested. DIIs were net sellers to the tune of Rs 326 crore, data suggests.
Vyom Mitra, the humanoid for Gaganyaan has been unveiled
ISRO working on its new space programme is not new. The space programme is to send human beings to space and will be called Gaganyaan. Howev...
Hopeful all countries will come together on AI regulations: Sundar Pichai
"Internet is actually an export product. Even in India, if we talk about YouTube, a video created by an Indian gets audience from across the world. That's the beauty of digital economy" he said. Pichai, also CEO of Alphabet, said he has always been a technology optimist, having experienced firsthand the benefits new technology brought to his own life.
1 held for passing sensitive information to ISI: Official
Rashid Ahmad was picked up on Sunday and a smartphone, which he used to send photographs and video clips of vital Army installations and CRPF camps to the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agents across the border, was recovered from him, the official said.
Oil slides as IEA predicts surplus, Libya disruption concerns fade
Brent crude was down 30 cents, or 0.5 per cent, at $64.29 a barrel at 0731 GMT.
Rajiv Gandhi assassination: SC asks TN to inform if decision taken on convict's mercy plea
The apex court also pulled up the Centre for filing a similar status report on a probe done by a CBI-led Multi Disciplinary Monitoring Agency (MDMA) into unravelling a larger conspiracy behind the killing of the former prime minister.
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