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 AAP warring factions fail to make any headway in talks

AAP warring factions fail to make any headway in talks

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Reconciliation talks between the two warring factions in Aam Aadmi party (AAP), appeared to have been collapsed with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal insisting on Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan quitting the National Executive, ahead of the crucial National Council meeting on March 28.

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Walmart extends <strong>online</strong> wholesale platform to Jammu

Walmart extends online wholesale platform to Jammu

25 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Walmart India on Wednesday extended the reach of its online wholesale platform to members in Jammu, the tenth city where it has launched the e-commerce facility for its trading partners.

Walmart,   Online wholesale,   e commerce,   US based retail giant,   Trading,   Krish Iyer,  
Restrictions on <strong>online</strong> train ticket booking

Restrictions on online train ticket booking

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Now only one train ticket can be booked online with one log-in after which the booking session will expire during the peak hours, as per the curbs put by the railways to check the menace of touts.

IRCTC,   Indian railways,   online train ticket booking,   e tickets,   Railway Ministry,  
Delhi government all set for paperless registration of all vehicles

Delhi government all set for paperless registration of all vehicles

25 Mar 2015

New Delhi: In a first of its kind, Delhi government is set to introduce "paperless registration" of all types of vehicles in the national capital.

Delhi government,   paperless registration,   vehicles registration,   online registration for vehicles,  
Government open to proposal FM radios to broadcast <strong>news</strong>

Government open to proposal FM radios to broadcast news

20 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Government is ready to consider a proposal to allow private FM radio channels to broadcast current news under certain conditions, Lok Sabha was informed on Friday.

FM radio,   FM radio channels,   FM radio channels,   FM radio to broadcast news,  
Dating app Hinge forays into Asia with India launch

Dating app Hinge forays into Asia with India launch

24 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Move beyond traditional online dating, try Hinge! The app, which is popular across Britain and the US for keeping "dating real", is now available in Asia, where the launch has begun with Mumbai.

Dating app,   Hinge,   India launch,   traditional online dating,  
Virat Kohli unwinds by watching Anushka's <strong>latest</strong> flick

Virat Kohli unwinds by watching Anushka's latest flick

17 Mar 2015

Melbourne: Star batsman Virat Kohli decided to unwind before the cricket World Cup quarterfinal against Bangladesh by watching Bollywood's latest suspense thriller NH 10, which features his girlfriend Anushka Sharma in lead role.

Virat Kohli,   Cricket World Cup,   India vs Bangladesh,   NH 10,   Virat girlfriend,   Anushka Sharma,  
<strong>Online</strong> hiring activity grew over 8 percent in February: Monster Index

Online hiring activity grew over 8 percent in February: Monster Index

17 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Online hiring activity registered a significant uptrend in February both on monthly as well as yearly basis driven largely by sectors like telecom and IT, says a survey.  

Online hiring,   online recruitment,   Online hiring activity,   Monster Index,   online job demand ,  
Congress admits to flaws in cyber 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,  
Government says it differed with UPA ministry's stand on Section 66 A

Government says it differed with UPA ministry's stand on Section 66 A

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Government on Tuesday made it clear that it differs with previous UPA regime's stand on Section66A of IT Act, which has been scrapped by Supreme Court, and has conveyed it in writing to Apex Court that it respects freedom of speech and expression and is not in favour of curtailing communication of honest dissent or criticism on social media.

Section 66 A,   66 of IT Act,   UPA ministry stand,   online,   Section 66A of Information Technology Act,   Supreme Court,   freedom of speech,   Social networking sites,   social media,   World Wide Web,  

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