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Seven must visit <strong>food</strong> joints in Delhi during Ramadan

Seven must visit food joints in Delhi during Ramadan

04 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Ramadan, the holy month of Muslims, is being celebrated in full swing with people keeping fast in large numbers all the day long and then breaking it after sunset. For the Muslim community, Iftar – the fast-breaking meal during Ramadan – holds a great importance as it is the only time when they are open to delicious savories. Delhi, a paradise for foodies, always has something stored for all religions and occasions.

Delhi food joints,   Ramadan food joints,   Ramadan,   Iftar,   hotels for iftar,   Iftar in Delhi,   Ramadan in Delhi,   Ramzan,   Muslim community,   Kababs,   New Delhi,  
Cricket South Africa apologizes for using drone camera during training session in Bangladesh

Cricket South Africa apologizes for using drone camera during training session in Bangladesh

03 Jul 2015

Dhaka: Cricket South Africa apologized today for using a drone camera during its practice session the previous day. Last December, the Bangladesh civil aviation authority banned all unmanned aerial vehicles, which did not have prior permission, from its airspace for national security and general safety reasons.

Cricket South Africa,   Drone camera,   Bangladesh civil aviation,   Unmanned aerial vehicles,   National security,  
UK <strong>Food</strong> Standards Agency finds made in India Maggi safe to eat

UK Food Standards Agency finds made in India Maggi safe to eat

02 Jul 2015

London: UK's food regulator Food Standards Agency (FSA) today gave a clean chit to Nestle for Maggi manufactured in India saying levels of lead in the product are well within the EU permissible levels.

UK Food Standards Agency,   India Maggi,   Maggi,   FSA,   Clean chit to Nestle,   Nestle,   Latest Business News,  
Land <strong>Bill</strong>: Centre ready to accept suggestions in farmers' interest, says Rural Development Minister

Land Bill: Centre ready to accept suggestions in farmers' interest, says Rural Development Minister

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: In the backdrop of NDA allies and RSS affiliates joining the Opposition in red-flagging some provisions of the contentious land bill, Government today said it is ready to consider suggestions on "any clause" but insisted that changes were brought in the previous legislation at the demand of a number of Congress-ruled states.

NDA,   RSS,   Opposition,   Land bill,   Modi Government,   Congress,  
Amarnath yatra begins amid tight <strong>security</strong>

Amarnath yatra begins amid tight security

01 Jul 2015

Jammu: Amid tight security arrangements, the annual Amarnath yatra today commenced from Jammu as the first batch of 1,280 pilgrims left for the cave shrine in South Kashmir Himalayas.

Amarnath yatra begins,   Tight security in Amarnath yatra,   Pilgrims,   Amarnath Shrine,   Kashmir Himalayas,   Latest Nation News,  
Centre may consider any decision on Land <strong>Bill</strong> after Bihar polls

Centre may consider any decision on Land Bill after Bihar polls

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Centre may consider any decision on the contentious Land Bill issue only after Bihar polls, expected to be in held in September, even as a parliamentary panel looking into the issue has sought an extension of one week to give its recommendations.

Centre,   Land Bill,   Bihar polls,   BJP,   Narendra Modi,   Congress,  
Smartphones and internet may give you 'digital amnesia': Kaspersky survey

Smartphones and internet may give you 'digital amnesia': Kaspersky survey

01 Jul 2015

London: People are using smartphones and the internet as an extension of their memory which may lead to 'digital amnesia', a new survey suggests. In a survey of 6,000 people aged 16 or older in six European countries including the UK, researchers found that people increasingly rely on their devices and are unable to recall important information about their loved ones.

Smartphones,   Internet,   Digital amnesia,   Technology,   Kaspersky Lab,   Cyber security ,  
Rajnath Singh to review <strong>security</strong> of Amarnath Yatra tomorrow

Rajnath Singh to review security of Amarnath Yatra tomorrow

30 Jun 2015

Srinagar: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will arrive here tomorrow on a two-day visit to review the security arrangements for Amarnath Yatra and offer prayers at the Himalayan cave shrine on July 2.

Rajnath Singh,   Amarnath Yatra,   Home Minister,   Amarnath Yatra security arrangements,   Himalayan cave shrine,   Amarnath Shrine,   latest India news,  
World faces 'bloodless' cyber war threat, India should come up with solution: PM Modi

World faces 'bloodless' cyber war threat, India should come up with solution: PM Modi

01 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Articulating global worries over cyber security, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India should come up with solutions to meet the challenge posed by this threat of "bloodless war" as he launched a digital campaign to which top companies pledged Rs 4.5 lakh crore.

Cyber security,   Narendra Modi,   India,   Bloodless war,   Digital campaign,   Digital India,  
Scientists develop low-cost 3D fingerprint scanner for smartphones

Scientists develop low-cost 3D fingerprint scanner for smartphones

30 Jun 2015

Washington: Scientists have developed a new ultrasonic 3D fingerprint scanner that could be used in smartphones and other devices to improve security. The sensor measures 3D image of your finger's surface and the tissue beneath it - enhancing biometrics and information security for smartphones and other devices.

3D fingerprint scanner,   Smartphones,   Smartphone security,   Sensor,   3D image,   Biometrics,  

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