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Tata Communications, Indosat tie up for telecom services in <strong>Indonesia</strong>

Tata Communications, Indosat tie up for telecom services in Indonesia

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Internet firm Tata Communications and Indonesia's telecom major Indosat have entered into a partnership for providing communication solutions to business houses in the island nation.

Tata Communications,   Indosat,   Indonesia telecom service,   communication solution,   Indosat joint venture,   Tata Communications joint venture,  
Suu Kyi ducks Myanmar <strong>army</strong> parade on health grounds

Suu Kyi ducks Myanmar army parade on health grounds

27 Mar 2015

Naypyidaw (Myanmar):  Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Friday snubbed a grand annual parade showcasing military strength for the first time in three years, as the country's army chief warned against "any disturbances to stability" in upcoming elections.

Suu Kyi,   Myanmar opposition leader,   Myanmar army,   parade on health grounds ,  
<strong>Indonesia</strong> detains alleged IS recruiters

Indonesia detains alleged IS recruiters

23 Mar 2015

Jakarta: Indonesian anti-terror police have arrested five men who allegedly arranged for a group of mostly women and children to try and enter Syria to join the Islamic State (IS) group, an official said.

Indonesia,   IS recruiters,   Syria,   Turkish border town,  
Former Mizoram Chief Minister Brig Sailo passes away

Former Mizoram Chief Minister Brig Sailo passes away

27 Mar 2015

Aizawl: Former Mizoram Chief Minister Brig Thenphunga Sailo died here on Friday, family sources said. Sailo (93) was rushed to the hospital at around 10 am and died there at 11.50 am after heart failure, its authorities informed.  

Former Mizoram Chief Minister,   Brig Thenphunha Sailo,   Mizo National Front,   Army,   Union territory elections,  
1,474 buildings and 56 bunkers vacated from <strong>Army</strong>: J&K Govt

1,474 buildings and 56 bunkers vacated from Army: J&K Govt

26 Mar 2015

Jammu:  Jammu and Kashmir government on Thursday said that 1,474 buildings, including 179 schools and 34 hotels besides 56 bunkers, have been vacated from security forces in the state for improving the security situation.

J and K Government,   Indian Army,   Bashir Ahmed Veeri,   PDP,  
Congress admits to flaws in <strong>cyber</strong> law, tries to deflect criticism

Congress admits to flaws in cyber law, tries to deflect criticism

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Congress on Tuesday admitted that Section 66A of cyber law, introduced by the UPA regime in 2008, was poorly drafted and vulnerable to misuse after the provision was struck down by the Supreme Court.

Congress,   flaws in cyber law,   Section 66 A,   66 of IT Act,   online,   Section 66A of Information Technology Act,   Supreme Court,   freedom of speech,   Social networking sites,   social media,   World Wide Web,  
SEBI to beef up IT team for probes, fighting <strong>cyber</strong> attacks

SEBI to beef up IT team for probes, fighting cyber attacks

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi: To strengthen its technical capabilities including for probes, SEBI is planning to beef up its team of officers by hiring IT experts to develop data mining and intelligence tools, as also to check cyber attacks.

SEBI,   cyber attacks,   SEBI to beef up IT team,   IT security,  
Indian <strong>Army</strong> chief to attend inaugural UN meet on peacekeeping

Indian Army chief to attend inaugural UN meet on peacekeeping

25 Mar 2015

United Nations: Indian Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag will attend an inaugural UN conference on peacekeeping operations here later this week that will bring together the defence chiefs of UN member states.

Indian Army chief,   General Dalbir Singh Suhag,   UN meet,   UN conference on peacekeeping,  UN Secretary General,   Ban Ki-moon,   Chiefs of Defence Conference,  
<strong>Cyber</strong> attackers leaving warning 'messages': NSA chief

Cyber attackers leaving warning 'messages': NSA chief

20 Mar 2015

Washington: Attackers hacking into American computer networks appear to be leaving "cyber fingerprints" to send a message that critical systems are vulnerable, the top US cyber-warrior said  on Friday.

Cyber attackers,   cyber attacks,   computer hacking,   American computer networks,   cyber fingerprints ,  
New bugs uncovered in encryption software

New bugs uncovered in encryption software

20 Mar 2015

BOSTON/FRANKFURT: New bugs in the widely used encryption software known as OpenSSL were disclosed on Thursday, though experts say do not pose a serious threat like the "Heartbleed" vulnerability in the same technology that surfaced a year ago.

Bugs,   Encryption software,   OpenSSL,   Heartbleed,   Technology,   Cyber security,  

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