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SciDev.net
Indian court stalls world’s biggest ID database plan[NEW DELHI] India’s ambitious plans to force its 1.3 billion citizens to use bi
SciDev.net / Posted yesterday
[NEW DELHI] India’s ambitious plans to force its 1.3 billion citizens to use biometric identity cards to access government benefits have fallen foul of the country’s highest court which says the project could undermine rights to privacy. After... Read more
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CBS News
Social media "ripping apart" society, ex-Facebook exec saysads and the 2016 presidential election, which led officials from Facebook, Twit
CBS News / Posted 2 days ago
ads and the 2016 presidential election, which led officials from Facebook, Twitter and Google to answer questions in Congress. The former Facebook executive cited an incident in India where innocent people were lynched after hoax messages... Read more
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Aljazeera
What is net neutrality and why it matterstold Al Jazeera. Stanley has been working with Republican legislators of late,
Aljazeera / Posted 2 days ago
told Al Jazeera. Stanley has been working with Republican legislators of late, pointing them towards the fact that their congressional districts and states "disproportionately" have one or zero ISP choices. This is partly because rural areas,... Read more
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Aljazeera
Will election change fate of the Agariyas of Gujarat?Rann of Kutch, India - The Agariyas tribe in Gujarat's Rann of Kutch desert nea
Aljazeera / Posted 5 days ago
Rann of Kutch, India - The Agariyas tribe in Gujarat's Rann of Kutch desert near the Arabian Sea is excited yet doubtful as to whether elections in one of India's most industrialised states will change their fortunes. Marked by mass illiteracy, lack... Read more
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dna
EC disposes Congress leader's 'Bluetooth EVM' hacking complaint after investigationThe chief electoral officer in Gujarat BB Swain came on record to give the stat
dna / Posted 5 days ago
The chief electoral officer in Gujarat BB Swain came on record to give the status on the complaint filed by Congress in Porbandar about the Bluetooth-operated EVMs. In a press conference, Swain said that it was the misunderstanding as a polling agent... Read more
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Business Standard India
In rural Gujarat, infrastructure can't compensate for lack of jobs50 truckloads of people migrate from his village after every monsoon as there a
Business Standard India / Posted 6 days ago
50 truckloads of people migrate from his village after every monsoon as there are few alternatives to farming, he told IndiaSpend. As much as 75% of Dang’s population lives under the poverty line of Rs 356 per person a month in villages and Rs... Read more
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BBC News
The 24-year-old taking the fight to Narendra Modia dusty crossroads in small town Gujarat, people are waiting patiently in the w
BBC News / Posted 6 days ago
a dusty crossroads in small town Gujarat, people are waiting patiently in the winter sun for a man many believe is giving India's powerful Prime Minister Narendra Modi sleepless nights. Hardik Patel has a mild scowl and a slight stoop. A commerce... Read more
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Business Standard India
Cyclone Ockhi claims 10 lives; heavy rains in Kerala, TN: 10 highlightsCyclone Ockhi, meteorologists say, is heading for Lakshadweep and is unlikely t
Business Standard India / Posted 14 days ago
Cyclone Ockhi, meteorologists say, is heading for Lakshadweep and is unlikely to make landfall in India. The worst-affected districts were Thiruvananthapuram and Kollam where several trees were uprooted. 1. MeT on the cyclone The metrological... Read more
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Business Standard India
Red tape, glitches: 991 farmers kill themselves as Maha bungles loan waiverwith the Aadhaar database. And if this could not be done for some reason, a one
Business Standard India / Posted 21 days ago
with the Aadhaar database. And if this could not be done for some reason, a one-time password could be sent to the farmer’s mobile number to proceed with the registration. “But this alternative authentication too required that the mobile number be... Read more
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FOX Business
Intuit (INTU) Q1 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcriptin Canada, the UK, and Australia. We're still working to get that last mile of
FOX Business / Posted 22 days ago
in Canada, the UK, and Australia. We're still working to get that last mile of compliance and product market fit in France, India, and in Brazil. We do have tests going on in other countries we referenced in prior calls but those tests have not yet... Read more
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FOX Business
Intuit (INTU) Q1 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcriptin Canada, the UK, and Australia. We're still working to get that last mile of
FOX Business / Posted 22 days ago
in Canada, the UK, and Australia. We're still working to get that last mile of compliance and product market fit in France, India, and in Brazil. We do have tests going on in other countries we referenced in prior calls but those tests have not yet... Read more
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dna
Gujarat Elections 2017: List of Cong star campaigners indicate massive OBC outreach, Alpesh Thakore and Sam Pitroda includedCongress which is reaching out to OBCs through social coalitions in Gujarat in
dna / Posted 24 days ago
Congress which is reaching out to OBCs through social coalitions in Gujarat in this assembly poll, has included young OBC leader from the state Alpesh Thakore in its list of start campaigners, which also has Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and former... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Edo Govt, PDP Trade Words Over Investment Summitmore foreign trips than his predecessor who spent eight years. He has travelled
AllAfrica.com / Posted 29 days ago
more foreign trips than his predecessor who spent eight years. He has travelled to China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, India, America, United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil amongst others without any economic value to the state. "I advise that he... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
India: In the land of Gandhi, journalists are still a prime target for murderFOR more than one reason, India remains a hazardous place for journalists irres
Asian Correspondent / Posted 1 months ago
FOR more than one reason, India remains a hazardous place for journalists irrespective of who is in power in the national or provincial capitals. Around five media workers are killed annually and that has not been improved for decades. The vibrant... Read more

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