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After Paris attacks, calls to tighten US visa <strong>rules</strong>

After Paris attacks, calls to tighten US visa rules

01 Feb 2015

Washington: US politicians are calling for changes to a law that allows Europeans and other foreigners to enter the country without visas, citing fears that jihadists could exploit the rules to stage attacks on American soil.

Paris Attacks,   Magazine Charlie Hebdo,   US Visa rules,   Terror Attacks,  
<strong>New</strong> form of ultra-fast wireless data transfer being developed

New form of ultra-fast wireless data transfer being developed

01 Feb 2015

London: A new project funded by the European Commission is being set out to develop a novel form of ultra- fast wireless data transfer as the demand for the technology is likely to shoot up in the years ahead.

European Commission,   wireless data transfer,   Internet technology,   broadband wireless communications,  
Over 1,400 one-person companies come up in just nine months

Over 1,400 one-person companies come up in just nine months

01 Feb 2015

New Delhi: More than 1,400 one-person companies, a majority of them engaged in business services, have been set up in just nine months starting April 2014 when regulations allowing such entities came into force.

One person companies,   business services,   new Companies Act,   Corporate Affairs Ministry ,  
China's <strong>new</strong> tech <strong>rules</strong> play to local firms' strengths

China's new tech rules play to local firms' strengths

30 Jan 2015

BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO: Draft Chinese government regulation would force technology vendors to meet stringent security tests before they can sell to China's banks, an acceleration of efforts to curb the country's reliance on foreign technology that has drawn a sharp response from U.S. business groups.

Chinese government,   China tech rules,   Technology vendors,   Cyber security,   Software,   Hardware,  
Telangana to throw <strong>new</strong> light on its archaeological splendor

Telangana to throw new light on its archaeological splendor

01 Feb 2015

Hyderabad: The new state of Telangana wants to rediscover the archaeological splendor of the region as it embarks on creating a comprehensive data bank on the explored and unexplored sites, inscriptions and monuments.

Telangana,   Archaeological splendor in Telangana,   Telangana Department of Archaeology and Museums,  
Playing video games linked to <strong>school</strong> failure

Playing video games linked to school failure

31 Jan 2015

London: Children who spend too much on the internet, mobiles and video games are likely to perform poorly in schools, new research has found.

video games,   school failure,   internet,   UAB,  
Delhi village without hospital, <strong>school</strong> to boycott polls

Delhi village without hospital, school to boycott polls

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A village with a population of over 10,000 has decided to boycott the February 7 assembly election in Delhi. The residents cited lack of basic amenities in their area as the reason behind the move.

Delhi assembly polls,   Delhi assembly election,   Delhi village boycott polls,  
Morena police bust inter-state betting racket, recover 532 mobile sets

Morena police bust inter-state betting racket, recover 532 mobile sets

31 Jan 2015

Morena (Madhya Pradesh):  When Team India was struggling against England for making it to tri-series final at Perth, thousands kilometers away in Morena (Madhya Pradesh), police busted an inter-state gang involved in betting and arrested a person named Manish Tiwari. Police also  recovered 532 mobile sets from a house owned by a bus operator Rambabu Tiwari.

Cricket betting,   Madhya Pradesh betting,   Betting racket,   India vs Australia ODI,   India vs England,   Tri series,   Betting rules,   betting kingpin ,  
 <strong>New</strong> insights into mammalian evolution

New insights into mammalian evolution

31 Jan 2015

London: Despite having a common ancestor, different mammalian species have acquired their unique characteristics by repurposing functional elements through gene regulation, says a study.

mammalian evolution,  species,   European Bioinformatics Institute,   University of Cambridge ,  
Launches of the week: Xiaomi's Mi4, Lava Iris Fuel 60

Launches of the week: Xiaomi's Mi4, Lava Iris Fuel 60

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: This week has witnessed less arrival of smartphones in the Indian market. The biggest smartphone that went on sale in the last week of the January was the much-awaited 'Xiaomi's Mi4'. The other phone which intensified the tech war in smartphone arena was the Lava Iris Fuel 60, which made its debut in the domestic market.

new smartphones,   new launched smartphones,   new android phones,   new launches,   Xiaomi Mi4,   Lava Iris Fuel 60,   smartphones launched in January,  

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