Impact on Mobile Industry after India Scrutinizes Chinese Phone Makers Over Security Concerns

New Delhi:After cases of contact lists and text messages being leaked have surfaced internationally and locally;a recent government order reads, “Wary of hacking and stealing of information from smart phones, the government has sent notices to many device makers including leading Chinese brands Vivo, Oppo, Xiaomi and Gionee, have been asked to give "detailed, structured written response" on how they secure data and ensure its safety and security.”

Based on this, the ministry of electronics and IT has directed 21 Smartphone makers, most of which most are Chinese, to inform it about the procedures and processes they follow to ensure the security of mobile phones sold in India 

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Journey Through A Nightmare Aboard Train No. 04424

It was like any other ordinary day. I had just returned from office and weekend was lined up with few more holidays and it was then I thought of visiting my hometown in Bihar. My mother was married at the age of 19 and soon after she shifted to Delhi from Panchgachiya village in Saharsa. Since then meeting her parents became difficult for her given the lack of connectivity between Delhi and Saharsa.

It was after ages that she travelled to her parents’ home in 2007 when my brothers thread ceremony (Upnayan Sanskar) had to be solemnized. It was then that I got an opportunity to meet my maternal grandparents. It has been 10 years since then and my mother has not been keeping well these days so I decided to try my luck and take my mother to meet her parents. I surprised my mother as well as my grandparents by getting the tickets booked to Saharsa.


Vemula Case Probe Report Weakens Left’s Vilification Campaign

New Delhi: Rohith Vemula didn’t kill self over university action; but will this end Left’s propaganda fuelled agitations against Narendra Modi Government, especially on the various campuses? 
According to the report of an inquiry commission headed by a retired High Court judge, made public Wednesday, the varsity's act of expelling Rohith and four other students from the hostel did not become a trigger for him to end his life. He had committed suicide of his own volition, said the report of the one-man judicial commission under former Allahabad high court judge Justice A K Roopanwal, set up by the HRD ministry.


Banning Blue Whale Not To End Suicide Menace

The Blue Whale challenge has been in news for all the wrong reasons recently. From its early stages in 2013 in Russia to its 2017 avatar in India where a Mumbai boy jumped to his death, this game has proven to be elusive, un-targetable and virtually impossible to stop.

The game basically began in Russia in 2013 as a psychology student’s experiment. Philipp Budeikin, who was later expelled from his university claims that he invented that game and that his aim was to “clean” up society by eliminating those who have no value and who cannot contribute to society. 


Modi Makes Shorter Address, But More Directed

New Delhi: As India celebrated its 71st Independence Day on Tuesday, Narendra Modi addressed the nation from the Red Fort for the fourth consecutive year after coming to power.

Having made a record of delivering the longest Independence Day speech last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered his shortest speech of 57 minutes from the ramparts of the historic Red Fort this year.