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RBI for <strong>two</strong>-stage verification for online transactions

RBI for two-stage verification for online transactions

23 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Worried over rising number of frauds in online banking, the RBI has suggested that banks introduce two-stage authentication to ensure security of transactions.

RBI,   Reserve Bank of India,   online transactions,   online transaction verification,   Enabling Public Key Infrastructure,   PKI,   Payment System Applications,  
'Phantom' release date <strong>pushed</strong> to next year

'Phantom' release date pushed to next year

21 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer 'Phantom', which was slated to release in November, has now been pushed to February 2015.

Phantom,   Saif Ali Khan,   Katrina Kaif,   Kabir Khan,   Phantom release date,   Sajid Nadiadwala,   counter-terrorism drama,   Katrina sporting a rugged look,  
Former PCB chief Ashraf lashes <strong>out</strong> at current head Sethi

Former PCB chief Ashraf lashes out at current head Sethi

22 Apr 2014

Karachi: Former Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Zaka Ashraf has lashed out at his successor Najam Sethi, blaming him for the sport's rapid deterioration in the last two months.

Zaka Ashraf,   Najam Sethi,   Pakistan Cricket Board,   Pakistan Cricket team,   Pak cricket,  
Congress launches all <strong>out</strong> attack on Modi, releases video clips of alleged hate speeches

Congress launches all out attack on Modi, releases video clips of alleged hate speeches

22 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Congress sharpened its attack against Narendra Modi as it released video clips of alleged "hate speeches" of several BJP, Sangh Parivar and Shiv Sena leaders on Tuesday.

Congress,   Randeep Surjewala,   BJP,   Narendra Modi,   Giriraj Singh,   Amit Shah,   hate speech,  
<strong>Two</strong> Maoists held in Chhattisgarh

Two Maoists held in Chhattisgarh

21 Apr 2014

Raipur: Two Maoists were arrested during an anti-naxal operation in insurgency-hit Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh on Monday, police said.

Naxals,   naxalism,   Chhattisgarh,   Bijapur,   anti-naxal operation,   ,  
'Revolver Rani' to battle it <strong>out</strong> with 'Kaanchi', 'Samrat..' for top slot

'Revolver Rani' to battle it out with 'Kaanchi', 'Samrat..' for top slot

22 Apr 2014

New Delhi: After “Queen”, Kangana Ranaut is back at the box office as “Revolver Rani” and she would battle it out with musical “Kaanchi” and thriller “Samrat & Co” for the top honours when the threesome hit the screens on Friday.

Revolver Rani,   Kaanchi,   Samrat & Co,   Kangana Ranaut,   Rajeev Khandelwal,   Tigmanshu Dhulia,   Subhash Ghai,   Sai Kabir,   ,  
MH370: Robotic submarine searches <strong>two</strong>-thirds of underwater area

MH370: Robotic submarine searches two-thirds of underwater area

21 Apr 2014

Perth: A robotic mini-submarine deployed to unprecedented depths of the Indian Ocean to hunt for the crashed Malaysian jet has searched nearly two-thirds of the focused area with no sign of any wreckage, as a tropical cyclone on Monday threatened to hamper operations.

MH370,  Robotic submarine,  Malaysian jet,   Missing Malaysian plane,   Malaysian aircraft,  
TTFI engages Korean coaches to <strong>train</strong> youngsters

TTFI engages Korean coaches to train youngsters

19 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) has hired two foreign coaches - An Jong Son and Kim Song Han from North Korea - to help its state units conduct training sessions for junior paddlers during summer vacation.

Table Tennis Federation of India,   TTFI,   An Jong Son,   Kim Song Han,   North Korea,   Table Tennis,  
Togadia spews venom, says throw <strong>out</strong> Muslims from Hindu areas

Togadia spews venom, says throw out Muslims from Hindu areas

21 Apr 2014

Rajkot: The trend of delivering inflammatory speeches in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections does not seem to cease any time soon. After Azam Khan, Amit Shah and Giriraj Singh made rabble-rousing comments, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) president Praveen Togadia joined the camaraderie, saying Muslims should be thrown out of Hindu areas.

Praveen Togadia,   Muslim,   VHP,   hate speech,   Hindu areas,   Bhavnagar,  
NCP chief Pawar rules <strong>out</strong> possibility of joining NDA

NCP chief Pawar rules out possibility of joining NDA

21 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar has ruled out the possibility of joining NDA, saying it is very difficult to ‘accept’ BJP’s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister.

Sharad Pawar,   NCP,   Congress,   Lok Sabha polls,   general election,   NDA,   BJP,  

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