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Facebook evidence and new laws set free child brides in India

Mumbai, Oct 18: Campaigners are using social media and lobbying for special laws to annul child marriages in India, which has one of the world's highest rates of women married as children.

Kriti Bharti, founder of Saarthi Trust, has helped nullify more than 30 child marriages in the western state of Rajasthan, and recently used Facebook posts as evidence...

Indians shunning overseas job lure; job hunt at home on rise

New Delhi, Oct 17: The charm of fetching a job overseas is waning in India as political uncertainty abroad has spurred highly skilled Indian talent to stay at home to look for employment, says a survey.

As per a recent data released today by global job site Indeed, there has been a 38 per cent decrease in Indians looking...

Hacked details of credit cards available for sale online at just Rs 500

Indore, Oct 17: The cyber squad of Madhya Pradesh Police has arrested two persons of an international gang that used to make large-scale online purchases and enjoy foreign trips by using hacked information of credit cards, a senior official claimed.

Superintendent of Police (SP) of State Cyber Cells Indore unit, Jitendra Singh told reporters today that two Indian members...

Facebook launches U.S. food order and delivery service

Oct 14: Facebook Inc on Friday launched a service through which its U.S. users can order food for take-away or delivery directly through its app or website.

Facebook said it has partnered with restaurants including Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc, Jack in the Box Inc , Five Guys and Papa John's International Inc.

The company said in a blog...

RSS chief pays tribute to Gauri Lankesh, Dharam Singh

Bhopal, Oct 13: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh leaders, including its chief Mohan Bhagwat, has also paid tributes to slain journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh, who had led a crusade against the Hindutva till her last breath and called RSS the biggest enemy of the country.

At its three day long Akhil Bhartiya Karyakari Mandal baithak or the “Diwali Baithak,” which began in...

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God can't survive science, says 'Da Vinci Code' author

Frankfurt am Main, Oct 13: God cannot survive science, "The Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown said today, putting his faith in technological advances to connect people in new ways that would eventually scrap the need for religion.

"Historically, no god has survived science. Gods evolved," the best-selling American novelist said at the Frankfurt Book Fair, where he unveiled...

Hydrogen is right choice as fuel for automobiles: Scientist

Hyderabad, Oct 9: As India plans to give a robust push to promote use of electric vehicles, a top scientist says hydrogen-based system would be the right choice in the long run given its potential to become fuelof the next generation.

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) had come out with a demonstration vehicle using hydrogen itself as fuel,...

25-foot python attacks Indonesian man before being eaten

Pekanbaru, Oct 5: A giant python attacked an Indonesian man, nearly severing his arm, before hungry villagers chopped up the reptile and ate it, a police chief said today.

Security guard Robert Nababan crossed paths with the giant creature while patrolling an oil palm plantation in the remote Batang Gansal subdistrict of Sumatra island on Saturday.

"The python...

'Data of over 6K Indian firms is up for sale on Internet'

Mumbai, Oct 4: Global IT security firm Quick Heal's Enterprise Security brand Seqrite has discovered an advertisement on DarkNet forum that claims to have access to data of over 6,000 Indian businesses that include Internet Service Providers (ISPs), some of the key government organisations, banks and enterprises.

Seqrite Cyber Intelligence Labs, along with its partner seQtree InfoServices, tracked the...

Paytm Payments Bank records Rs 30.7 crore loss in August 2016 – March ’17

New Delhi, Oct 4: Paytm Payments Bank recorded a loss of Rs 30.7 crore between August 2016 and March 31, 2017, according to the documents it submitted to the corporate affairs ministry, reported news agency on Wednesday. The company, which formally began operations in May this year, was one of the 11 that were granted in-principle approval by the Reserve...