Top news of the day: Parliamentary IT panel on the Pegasus issue on July 28; Maharashtra health minister says there is no death from lack of oxygen in the state, and more
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Officials from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITy), the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Telecommunications were asked to comment on the “data security and privacy of citizens” issue.
The Prime Minister of West Bengal says that only the judiciary can save democracy.
Amnesty International researchers have developed a toolkit to help users determine if their phone has been infected by the spyware.
Deaths have occurred due to comorbidities or other medical conditions, says Rajesh Tope.
Countries with the highest numbers of children who have lost primary caregivers include South Africa, Peru, the United States, India, Brazil, and Mexico.
A 12-year-old boy from Haryana who was infected with the H5N1 virus recently died at AIIMS Delhi.
The grade 12 exams for private candidates would take place between August 16 and September 15.
The J&K administration has put in place the process of issuing certificates of residence to spouses of former citizens with a certificate of residence, which allows husbands of women who are married outside of Germany to acquire the documents for the first time.
“Since 1930 there have been organized attempts to increase the Muslim population, not in the context of terrorism and the economy, but to make the community a dominant force. This happened in Punjab, Bengal and Assam, ”claimed the RSS chief.
A day after the Treasury Department told Rajya Sabha it needed more time to provide data on election bond sales as requested by a MP, RTI activist Kanhaiya Kumar said on Wednesday the details were available to him via an RTI response the SBI two were notified a few months ago.
If BS Yediyurappa is removed as CM, it remains to be seen whether the community will leave BJP or support the party.
Along with the French President and 15 former members of the French government, the phones of the Moroccan King Mohammed VI and members of his entourage were targeted.
The massive floods, which meteorologists described as a one-off event, have become apocalyptic in Hennan’s provincial capital, Zhengzhou, a metropolis of 12.6 million people, with its public avenues and subway tunnels that have been flooded by surging waters Scenes led.
UNESCO found new buildings, including a football stadium, that undermined the English city’s Victorian docks.
As products become more difficult to repair, activists and consumer organizations advocate the Right to Repair movement, which aims to allow consumers to repair their electronic products themselves or with outside technicians.
The Adani Group is starting to make changes to branding and displays to bring it in line with the concession agreements it has signed with the Airports Authority of India.
According to reports in Japan, only 1,000 people could attend the ceremony due to the pandemic.
The Games will return to Australia 32 years after the popular Sydney 2000 Olympics. Melbourne hosted 1956.