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<strong>Army</strong> conducts flag march in Assam's troubled district

Army conducts flag march in Assam's troubled district

21 Aug 2014

Guwahati: Army on Thursday conducted flag march in Assam's troubled Golaghat district near the border with Nagaland, even as a youth was injured when security forces fired rubber bullets at protestors who defied a curfew.

Army,   flag march,   Assam,   Nagaland,   Assam violence,   security,   Tarun Gogoi,   Kiren Rijiju,  
Indian <strong>Army</strong> doing enough to stop Chinese incursions: Arun Jaitley

Indian Army doing enough to stop Chinese incursions: Arun Jaitley

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said Chinese patrol guards did come within the Indian boundary, but the Indian Army's ‘approach’ has been sufficient to stop them from encroaching Indian land.

Arun Jaitley,   General Dalbir Singh Suhag,   Indian Army,   Chinese patrol guards,   Chinese incursions,   ,  
Singer Rahul Vaidya's imposter on the prowl

Singer Rahul Vaidya's imposter on the prowl

21 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood singer Rahul Vaidya seems to be the latest victim of cyber crime. If the latest buzz is to be believed, a guy claiming to be Rahul Vaidya on Facebook has gone on to dupe a Baroda-based women.

Rahul Vaidya,   cyber crime,   Rahul Vaidya FB account,   Facebook,   music video,  
Cabinet approves mobile phone towers in 10 extremist-hit states

Cabinet approves mobile phone towers in 10 extremist-hit states

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved provision of mobile phone services at 2,199 locations in 10 states affected by Left-wing extremism.

Union Cabinet,   Mobile phone,   Phone services,   Left-wing extremism,   Naxals,   Army,  
Software that prevents <strong>cyber</strong> attacks

Software that prevents cyber attacks

19 Aug 2014

London: To prevent cyber attack software from capturing vulnerable servers, scientists have developed free defense software that can inhibit the identification of systems by such programmes.

Software,   cyber attacks,   cyber attack software,   GNU OS,   Linux operating system,  
Online bullying a growing worry for children

Online bullying a growing worry for children

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Exposure to the cyber world may have helped children expand their mental horizons but it has many downsides, the latest being cyber bullying.

Online bullying,   cyber crime,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   ASSOCHAM,   teenagers ,  
Imran Khan begins march to Parliament, <strong>army</strong> in position

Imran Khan begins march to Parliament, army in position

19 Aug 2014

Islamabad: Intensifying his agitation for the ouster of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, opposition leader Imran Khan on Tuesday night marched with thousands of his supporters towards the heavily fortified 'Red Zone', a key diplomatic and political enclave, raising fears of clashes with the army and other security forces.

Nawaz Sharif,   Pakistan,   Imran Khan,   Tahirul Qadri,   PML-N,   Parliament House,  
Violent video games may put kids at higher risk for depression

Violent video games may put kids at higher risk for depression

19 Aug 2014

New York: Scientists have found significantly increased signs of depression among preteens with high daily exposure to violent video games.

Violent video game,   kids risk for depression,   preteens,   video games,   depressive symptoms,   Cyber psychology,  
<strong>Army</strong> Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag denies Chinese incursion into India

Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag denies Chinese incursion into India

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag on Tuesday denied any incursion by the Chinese troops into Indian Territory. When asked about Chinese troops entering to the Indian boundary, the army chief replied there is ‘nothing like that’.

Army Chief General,   Dalbir Singh Suhag,   incursion,   India,   Chinese troops,  
Counter-infiltration grid along LoC in Kashmir 'robust': <strong>Army</strong>

Counter-infiltration grid along LoC in Kashmir 'robust': Army

19 Aug 2014

Kupwara (JK): Expressing satisfaction over the counter-infiltration grid along the Line of Control in Kashmir, a top Army commander said his troops are capable enough to retaliate ‘appropriately’ if there is any escalation of ceasefire violation in the Valley.

Jammu and Kashmir,   LOC,   Indo-Pak LOC,   Infiltration,   ceasefire violations,  

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