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178 million phones at <strong>security</strong> risk in Middle East, Africa: report

178 million phones at security risk in Middle East, Africa: report

20 Aug 2014

Dubai: Over 94 percent of popular Android applications used in the Middle East and Africa are potentially vulnerable, according to a report.

Phone security,   Android users,   Android Internal Storage,   Android Debug Bridge,   Palo Alto Networks,   USB debugging,   Android hackers,  
Cong to put 'full pressure' on govt for passage of Women's Reservation <strong>Bill</strong> in Parliament: Sonia

Cong to put 'full pressure' on govt for passage of Women's Reservation Bill in Parliament: Sonia

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday said that her party is committed to the Women's Reservation Bill which seeks to provide 33 percent reservation to women in the Parliament and state legislatures.

Congress,   Sonia Gandhi,   Congress president,   Women Reservation Bill,   BJP,   women empowerment,   Sankalp Diwas,  
Assam: Five NDFB-S militants killed in encounter with <strong>security</strong> forces

Assam: Five NDFB-S militants killed in encounter with security forces

20 Aug 2014

Guwahati: Five National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB-Songbijit) militants were killed in an encounter with a joint police and army team in lower Assam's Chirang district early on Wednesday morning, said a top police official.

National Democratic Front of Bodoland-Songbojit,   NDFB-S,   encounter in Lower Assam,   Chirang district,   militancy in Assam,   insurgency in Assam,  
Ice for life: Celebrities up the ante for wellbeing of ALS patients

Ice for life: Celebrities up the ante for wellbeing of ALS patients

20 Aug 2014

The ice bucket challenge has gone viral on internet with the videos of celebrities and other famous personalities of the world coming up for the ante of ‘Ice Bucket challenge’ and daring others to do the same in order to contribute their part of the ALS patients.

Ice bucket challenge,   ALS patients,   famous personalities of world,   Bill gates,   Mark Zuckerberg,   Oprah Winfrey,  
BJP reluctant to table Women's Reservation <strong>Bill</strong>: AIWC

BJP reluctant to table Women's Reservation Bill: AIWC

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi: All India Women's Congress president Shobha Oza on Monday said the BJP government was reluctant to table the Women's Reservation Bill in Parliament and this was in stark contrast to its election manifesto that stressed on women's emancipation.

All India Women's Congress,   Shobha Oza,   BJP government,   Women's Reservation Bill,   Parliament,   Election manifesto,   Modi government,  
Govt to bring Motor Vehicles Amendment <strong>Bill</strong> to scrap RTOs

Govt to bring Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill to scrap RTOs

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The government will introduce Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill in the next session of Parliament and once enacted it will end malpractices in regional transport offices (RTOs) across the nation, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Tuesday.

Nitin Gadkari,   regional transport offices (RTOs),   Motor Vehicles Bill,   Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill,   NDA,   BJP ,  
Konkan railway introduces receipt for <strong>food</strong> items purchased

Konkan railway introduces receipt for food items purchased

18 Aug 2014

Mangalore: The Konkan Railway has started providing electronically generated vouchers to passengers on purchase of food and snack items in trains. The newly introduced system would ensure that the food items were charged by the caterer as per the approved rates of Konkan Railway, thereby bringing in more transparency, a Railway release said.

Konkan railways,   food items,   purchase,   electronically generated vouchers,   passengers,   snack items,   trains,  
Cash-starved FCI asks government to clear Rs 50,000 crore dues

Cash-starved FCI asks government to clear Rs 50,000 crore dues

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Faced with liquidity crunch, state-run Food Corporation of India (FCI) has asked government to clear dues of Rs 50,000 crore in a phased manner.

Food Corporation of India,   FCI,   FCI dues,   Modi government,   Foodgrains,  
Jayalalithaa presses for more changes in GST <strong>Bill</strong>

Jayalalithaa presses for more changes in GST Bill

18 Aug 2014

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Monday sought more changes in the revised Goods and Services Tax Bill while maintaining her opposition to the powers being given to the GST Council, saying they override supremacy of state and Central legislatures.

Tamil Nadu,   J Jayalalithaa,   Goods and Services Tax Bill,   GST Council,   Narendra Modi,  
Israel warns on <strong>security</strong> as Gaza truce talks resume

Israel warns on security as Gaza truce talks resume

18 Aug 2014

Jerusalem: Israel warned that it would refuse any long-term truce deal that failed to satisfy its security needs as Gaza ceasefire talks resumed in Cairo.

Israel,   Gaza,   Palestine,   Middle-east crisis,   Israel-Gaza conflict,   Israel-Gaza truce talks ,  

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