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China's new tech rules play to local firms' strengths

China's new tech rules play to local firms' strengths

30 Jan 2015

BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO: Draft Chinese government regulation would force technology vendors to meet stringent security tests before they can sell to China's banks, an acceleration of efforts to curb the country's reliance on foreign technology that has drawn a sharp response from U.S. business groups.

Chinese government,   China tech rules,   Technology vendors,   Cyber security,   Software,   Hardware,  
Gujarat Technological University launches centre to fight cybercrime

Gujarat Technological University launches centre to fight cybercrime

28 Jan 2015

Ahmedabad: With an aim to curb rising menace of cybercrimes, Gujarat Technological University (GTU) here has launched e-Raksha Research Centre that will encourage research and enhance capability to provide solution for issues related to cyber security.

Gujarat Technological University,   centre to fight cybercrime,   e-Raksha Research Centre,   cyber security,   cybercrime rise,  
Militants waiting to infiltrate into Kashmir: BSF

Militants waiting to infiltrate into Kashmir: BSF

30 Jan 2015

Srinagar: Border Security Force on Friday said there were attempts by militants from across the border to  infiltrate into Kashmir, but asserted that the force is alert and would not give any opportunity to the guerrillas to cross.

BSF,   Militants,   Border Security Force,   BSF,   infiltrate in Kashmir ,  
Stem <strong>cell</strong> breakthrough may lead to baldness cure

Stem cell breakthrough may lead to baldness cure

28 Jan 2015

Washington: Scientists have successfully used human stem cells to generate new hair, paving the way for a potential new cure for baldness.

human stem cells,   baldness cure,   hair loss,   human hair growth,  
Kiran Bedi proposes engagement of youth for development

Kiran Bedi proposes engagement of youth for development

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: In the absence of a unified party manifesto, BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi is sharing her own blueprints in the run up to the Assembly elections.

Kiran Bedi,   BJP chief ministerial candidate,   Delhi assembly polls,  women security,   KiransBlueprint,   blueprints for Delhi elections,  
<strong>Cyber</strong> criminals targeting LinkedIn users, says Symantec

Cyber criminals targeting LinkedIn users, says Symantec

19 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Cyber criminals are now targeting LinkedIn users by scamming them into sharing their credentials by sending out mails claiming to be from the support team of the world's largest professional networking firm, security software firm Symantec warned on Monday.

Cyber criminals,   LinkedIn,   Mails,   Professional networking,   Security software,   Symantec,  
Resolution of Kashmir issue pivotal for regional peace: Pakistan

Resolution of Kashmir issue pivotal for regional peace: Pakistan

29 Jan 2015

Islamabad: Upping its ante on Kashmir, Pakistan on Thursday said resolving the long-standing issue was "pivotal" to the regional peace and security as it called on the international community for a "sustainable and lasting solution" to the dispute.

Kashmir resolution,   Kashmir issue,   Pakistan,   Regional peace,   Regional security,   Kashmir dispute,  
Obama says CENTCOM hack calls for stronger <strong>cyber</strong> <strong>security</strong> laws

Obama says CENTCOM hack calls for stronger cyber security laws

14 Jan 2015

Washington: President Barack Obama has unveiled details of his cybersecurity legislative proposal saying protection of digital infrastructure was a "national security priority and a national economic priority", days after the US CENTCOM's social media account was hacked.

Barack Obama,   CENTCOM hack,   cyber security laws,   cyber crime,   US president,   ISIS,   Twitter feed hack,  
Delhi to have special hostels for North East students

Delhi to have special hostels for North East students

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The Central government on Wednesday proposed to set up special hostels for students from the Northeast region studying in Delhi.

NE special hostels,   North East students,   Jitendra Singh,   Northeastern students security,   DoNER ministry,  
Extending telomeres reverses ageing in human skin cells : Study

Extending telomeres reverses ageing in human skin cells : Study

25 Jan 2015

Washington: A new technique can increase the length of human telomeres quickly and efficiently, promising to reverse the ageing process and paving the way for treatment of highly debilitating genetic diseases, scientists say.

Extending telomeres,   Ageing,   Human Skin Cell,   Genetic Diseases,   RNA,   DNA,  

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